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Lynn Marie Vint (#47138895)
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Gene Funk
re: Marie Borger
Hello Lynn,

Thank you for adding her headstone to her memorial. I would appreciate it if you would update it when her death date is added.

Marie is my wife's aunt. Her mother's eldest sister.

Regards,

Gene Funk
Find A Grave# 47995499

Added by Gene Funk on Dec 18, 2014 8:28 PM

kim
Reuben Harrell
Lynn - while looking at New York newspapers, I ran across the Harrell Christmas Eve shooting. I have to know, is the Laura Jones in the article the Laura Johns that Reuben married?

Added by kim on Dec 18, 2014 3:17 PM

dhouserdavis59
RE: Transfer Request
Thanks Lynn for transferring. There were some errors in the bio so I am editing it. I have taken it down but will get it back up in the next few days. I am in contact with another descendant in Missouri who will help me with it.

I appreciate the work you do - many thanks.

Added by dhouserdavis59 on Dec 14, 2014 7:48 AM

dhouserdavis59
Transfer Request
Hi Lynn, I am requesting management transfer for Thomas Butler Houser memorial # 65544636. I am the daughter of Claude Allen Houser, son of Claude Lee Houser, son of Franklin Gerome (Jerome) Houser, son of Thomas Butler Houser.

Also can you tell me the source of the bio on this memorial?

Thanks,
Donna Houser Davis

Added by dhouserdavis59 on Dec 13, 2014 7:40 PM

sdjones
McGinnis graves
Hi, and thank you so much for posting this family's gravesites. I am related through Julia H. Cheaney who married Strother Sisson in Henderson Co., KY. They are both buried there in Smith Mills Cemetery. I also have a tentative death date for Strother McGinnis, but not a cemetery. If you are related, I'd love to know how. If you want any of the info I have, please let me know.

Susan Jones

Added by sdjones on Dec 10, 2014 4:59 PM

Margaret Gurgol
RE: Darwin Lesseg
Hi Lynn:

Thanks for your note. I didn't know the protocol for listing names. I don't think my aunt or cousins would mind their names listed.

It is great you are doing so much of my family's geneology. My uncle George still lives in Brussels. He and my aunt Allegra (deceased) were the only two of my mom's siblings that stayed in Calhoun County.

Nice to find a cousin I didn't know about.

Wishing you all the best. Happy Holidays to you and your family.

Love, Margaret

Added by Margaret Gurgol on Dec 10, 2014 10:22 AM

jgore6194
Thank You For Transfer
Thank you for transferring Otto D Fink Jr. Memorial record to me.
God Bless,
Jeremy Gore

Added by jgore6194 on Dec 06, 2014 10:21 AM

Justin Luster
RE: Huecker Family
Then can you transfer their memorials to me me Grandfather was a Huecker

Added by Justin Luster on Nov 28, 2014 8:50 PM

Justin Luster
Huecker Family
I was wandering if you were related to the Hueckers?

Added by Justin Luster on Nov 28, 2014 12:12 PM

Kelly
George T. Scott
Hi Lynn, On the memorial page for George T. Scott, Find A Grave Memorial# 134952207, there is a transcript of an obit that is identified as coming from the Alton Evening Telegraph, pg 5. I wanted to get a copy, so I checked out Newspapers.com and the Feb. 11, 1886 copy they have only goes to page 4. By chance do you have a copy of the obit from the newspaper and if so, would it be possible to obtain a copy from you? Thanks.
Kelly

Added by Kelly on Nov 25, 2014 2:32 AM

Carolyn S
Memorial #95387621
Hi again Lynn,
Would be interested in knowing which Kaibels are in your family tree. Philip is my uncle; my dad is his brother. (I guess you could tell that from the fact that I am Alvina's daughter.) You did a good job posting info; it just seemed a little weird that you knew so much about us.
Carolyn

Added by Carolyn S on Nov 23, 2014 8:55 PM

Carolyn S
Memorial #95387621
Hi Lynn, I'm writing about this memorial which is my mother's. You have so much information posted and I was wondering where you got the info. Are you somehow related?

Added by Carolyn S on Nov 23, 2014 7:05 PM

Anonymous
Bonnie Marie Wade
Hi Lynn -

I'm Bonnie Marie Wade in St. Louis, MO. My grandfather was John Myers Tucker. His youngest daughter was my mom also named Bonnie Marie Wade. She was born July 14, 1938 and died October 31, 1999. She is buried at Immaculate Conception Cemetery in Dardenne Prairie in MO.

Added by Anonymous on Nov 22, 2014 11:35 AM

helenpatricia
RE: Deer Plain Cemetery,Calhoun, Illinois
Lynn,
Thank you for your reply. I just checked in and found it today. We were fairly clueless when we went to the Deer Plain area. We stopped at a bar and got general directions to the cemetery, but when I got back home in CA I realized I had no way to give anyone else directions.
My family ties are to the Marshall's, Jean Baptiste, my 2x great grandfather and his brother Francis and sister Julia Marshall Auer--I noticed that there was an Aver landing road in the area and I'm assuming it refers to Jacob Auer and his wife Julia.
Originally I had planned on a week trip to trace the Marechal/Marshall journey from Ft de Chartre to Cahokia to Kaskaskia in Ill, to St. Louis and St. Ferdinand, St Charles in Missouri and finally Deer Plain in Calhoun Co, Illinois. Events intervened and we had to do the entire trip in two days. It was wonderful, but I need to go back!
Julia and her husband and Francis and some of his family are all buried in the Deer Plain Cemetery. I do not know where Jean Baptiste Marshall and his wife Christina Voisard are buried. They both died in 1853 and the family thinks it was of Black Measles, but I'm guessing it might have been one of the Black Cholera epidemics that were so common in that time. (Christina changed her maiden name to Wisner--I think because she had a brother who had been declared "insane" in Missouri). Anyway it was a lovely trip and it took me far away from today's always connected society.
Anyway enough of me blabbing on---Thanks again.
Pat

Added by helenpatricia on Nov 13, 2014 12:21 AM

tiann
leo leonard hill
will you please transfer leo's memorial to me , i'm his sister ava and i would love to maintain his and daisy swan my sister as well thank you hope to hear from you soon ...

Added by tiann on Nov 06, 2014 1:43 PM

tiann
daisy irene hill (webster) swan
i would like to ask you if you could transfer dasiy's memorial to me please as i'm her sister as you did for my mom and dad and brother thank you so much. ava

Added by tiann on Nov 06, 2014 1:35 PM

Masonjohnson
Cletus W German
Hi!

So, I recently bought a small lot of utensils at an auction. I came across a bottle opener / ice cream scoop with his name on it. Do you have any contact info for his living relatives. I wounder if the family would like this? Thanks.

Added by Masonjohnson on Nov 02, 2014 8:59 PM

Paul Mills
Stike family book!
Beatrice Stotler the youngest of her brood. Baby sister of Jerome Stike. She did the family tree and has a bound book that she gave my son Paul Mills IV. He is 15 and very happy about this. Bea was moved from her home in Fenton to an assisted living home in Lemay, MO by her son Gary Stotler who lives in Washington State. He retired early from Boeing and wanted to get his mother in a facility where she could be looked after since she is having some trouble from Altimeters.

Feel free to contact us about the book, so we can share the information.

uss_nebula@hotmail.com
314-522-3113 home
314-803-6926 me

Added by Paul Mills on Oct 29, 2014 11:18 PM

Kathie
Link Directions
THANK YOU!!!!

You have no idea how much I appreciate the wonderful simple directions to make the hyperlinks work.

THANK YOU AGAIN!

Kathie

Added by Kathie on Oct 29, 2014 5:57 AM

BWiley
McIntire (#126711828 & 126711829
Lynn
Thank you so much for the wonderful work you have done documenting the Scenic Hill Cemetery. The pictures are such a big help and done very well to capture the information. I am the daughter of Floyd & Dollie McIntire. I would appreciate it if you would turn their memorial over to me. Even though I've been a member for a over a year, I could not decide if I wanted to put my parents in the registry. Your posting shows that it is a great tribute. Thanks.

Barbara Wiley (#48176619)

Added by BWiley on Oct 26, 2014 9:35 AM

Melvin F. Weiss
Whitener, Winona - Memorial# 95902341

Lynn, I submitted a name correction in "Edit"
But it also needs same correction in BIO,
see tombstone photo and obituary http://mackleygenealogy.com/~mackley/Obit_Display.php?pid=WH_000292.jpg

Thanks,
Mel Weiss (#47057136)

Added by Melvin F. Weiss on Oct 20, 2014 3:44 PM

helenpatricia
Deer Plain Cemetery,Calhoun, Illinois
Hi Lynn,
I visited the Deer Plain Cemetery last month, but now I don't know how to direct anyone else to the place--we got a bit turned around finding it. Do you remember what road/connecting roads lead to the cemetery?
I'm descended from Jacob Marshall, the youngest son of John Baptiste Marechal and Christina Voisard (Wisner) whose grave sites are unknown to me; however, Christina's sister Julia Marshall Auer and her family are well-represented in the cemetery.
Best Wishes,
Pat Stempski aka helenpatricia

Added by helenpatricia on Oct 16, 2014 6:40 PM

Jean Griesan
RE: August Greamba
Hi Lynn, I just got this obituary yesterday. This is for Norah Jane "Peggy" Greamba (Young) Crowther, the daughter of Augustus Greamba and Phebe Jane (Clark) Greamba. I hope that this helps!

Pueblo Chieftain, Pueblo, Colorado, Wednesday, May 6, 1964
Mrs. Peggy Crowther Dies; Widow of Congressman
Mrs. Peggy Crowther, widow of Dr. Frank Crowther and one time president of the Congressional Republican Women’s Club at Washington, D.C., died Tuesday at Parkview Episcopal Hospital after a short illness.
Mrs. Crowther entered the hospital April 18 and had two light strokes after being hospitalized.
Mrs. Crowther was a native of Meppin, Ill.
She was married to Dr. James M. Young, a Pueblo dentist. After Dr. Young’s death in 1920, she moved to Washington where she became affiliated with a girls’ school.
In the mid 1920s, she married Dr. Crowther, a congressman from New York. Dr. Crowther had served in Congress for more than a quarter of a century when he retired in 1945. The couple moved to Pueblo after his retirement.
Mrs. Crowther was active in a number of organizations here and was a past president of the City Federation of Women’s Clubs.
She was a member of the First Methodist Church.
Surviving her are four nieces and seven nephews, Charles Greamba, Grand Island (Nebraska); Jacob Greamba, Hopkins, Minn.; Paul and Verbal E. Burns, Raymond, Kan.; Ralph Burns, Eva, Okla.; Arthur G. Kline, Miami, Fla., and William Burtis, Los Angeles, Calif.
The time of funeral services will be announced by George F. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Pueblo Chieftain, Pueblo, Colorado, Thursday, May 7, 1964
Funerals – Mrs. Peggy Crowther. Services Friday, 2:30 p.m., at the Funeral Home Chapel will be conducted by the Rev. Elstun J. Campbell. Interment Roselawn.

- Jean

Added by Jean Griesan on Oct 15, 2014 2:33 PM

Paul Mills
RE: Clara and Viola Stike
My Son acquired the Heisser family book from Bea or Beatrice Stotler who is the youngest and only one left of the Stike brood. Bea's son Gary who lives in Washington State moved her from her home in Fenton, MO to An assisted living center in LeMay, MO.

My 15 year old son Paul Mills 4th is just thrilled. He got his Genology Merit Badge and is hooked

My phones are
314-522-3113 home
314-803-6926

Added by Paul Mills on Oct 13, 2014 10:19 PM

Rwenuts
Sagez
Lynn, are you a relative of the Sagez family of Calhoun County?

Added by Rwenuts on Oct 11, 2014 8:31 PM

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