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memories (#47162267)
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Mary C Gettel spouse
Mary's husband William Hauk was born 1899 & died 1951. Could you please correct her memorial (#42119356)

Added by searcher on Nov 29, 2016 10:11 AM

searcher
RE: edits for Grenfell, Wapella, St. John's cemetery
According to my records your information is correct re: the Gettel family. My source was another person who was researching the Baber Family tree. I do not know how accurate her sources were. I have some information on the Kindlein family (again from the same source) which I would be willing to share with you.

Added by searcher on Oct 29, 2016 4:38 PM

sheri gale
RE: Hubbard edits
sorry, I don't recall the details. My maternal great grandmother was a Hubbard.

Added by sheri gale on Oct 29, 2016 3:46 PM

searcher
RE: edits for Grenfell, Wapella, St. John's cemetery
Hi memories
As I mentioned in my bio, I am researching several family trees. All the information entered are relatives of either my husband or me. I have 2 Elizabeth Gettels in my husband's family tree. One is her maiden name and the other is an Elizabeth (nee Lowenberg) Gettel. I'm assuming you are asking about the later. Checking my sources didn't help as I had 2 different locations - Broadview and Grenfell. So I will go with your original information.

Added by searcher on Oct 29, 2016 1:06 PM

Thomas Brown
Switzer headstone photo
Thanks for taking the time to photograph Agnes Switzer's gravestone. Well done.

Added by Thomas Brown on Oct 15, 2016 9:36 AM

Beth (Pflug) Heiney
RE: Wapella cemetery, Wapella, SK. Canada
OK, thanks for letting me know that! It's been really hard to track down this family, so hoping it works to talk to others. Keep me posted, and thanks tons for your help!

Added by Beth (Pflug) Heiney on Oct 02, 2016 10:58 AM

Janet MacDonald
RE: Wapella cemetery Ekert
Thank you very much for pointing out the different years for Emelia and Godfild Ekert. The years that you stated in your message were correct as far as I know. Those were the years that I had for Emelia and Godfild in my database. I originally got the information from the headstones for my database. Emelia is my husband's great grandmother. The last name was spelled differently in the records that I have been able to find. Ikert or Ikiert are the most common ones. The only place i have seen Ekert is the cemetery. Sorry for posting the incorrect information. I am happy that you spotted it and told me about it. Thank you.

Added by Janet MacDonald on Oct 01, 2016 3:29 PM

Kent Simms
Hooper Photo.
Thanks so Much for the Photo of William Simms Hooper And Adeline Carnahan Hooper's Stone Keep up the Good Works. Kent Simms

Added by Kent Simms on Oct 01, 2016 12:14 PM

Ron Reine
Curries in Wapella
Thanks for the photos of the Curries in Wapella. I just wasn't able to get out there this year and really do appreciate your help.

Best regards,
Ron Reine

Added by Ron Reine on Sep 30, 2016 9:20 PM

Val Campbell
RE: Grenfell cemetery
Hello!

All of their information is from the BC Archives online site and BC Archives on FamilySearch.org.

:)

Added by Val Campbell on Sep 30, 2016 6:36 PM

Steven D. Fairweather
Kinley information
Good afternoon,
Thank you for all the corrected information. These were all transferred to me and I have had time to study the information and compare to my Ancestry tree. Are you also related to the Kinley?
Thank you again,
Steven

Added by Steven D. Fairweather on Sep 30, 2016 2:27 PM

High Plains
William Hooper
I am declining the edit for birth date. Someone else just sent an edit not long ago with a different year of birth so I am just going to leave what is on the marker on his memorial.

Added by High Plains on Sep 30, 2016 1:53 PM

Rodger Smith
RE: George Argue
Thank you for responding to my request. I appreciate the time and effort to do so. It's always sad to learn that no marker has been left for someone.
Rodger

Added by Rodger Smith on Oct 06, 2014 2:46 PM

Janet MacDonald
Steinke
Good evening, memories:

I noticed on a message about the Wapella cemetery that you are related to the Steinke family. My husband has an uncle who married a Steinke. My husband's family, the Klingers, were from the Wapella area. We seem to have some similarities in our research.

Janet

Added by Janet MacDonald on Oct 02, 2014 8:16 PM

High Plains
RE: Wapella Cemetery
You are welcome, memories!

Good luck in your quest!

Best wishes,
High Plains :)

Added by High Plains on Sep 30, 2014 4:58 PM

High Plains
RE: Wapella Cemetery
hi memories,

have transferred to you as you requested.

I'm not certain where I got the names. I use a lot of different sources. sorry!

Best wishes,
high plains :)

Added by High Plains on Sep 30, 2014 4:23 PM

Janet MacDonald
RE: Warwick's in grenfell
Thank you very much for transferring the memorials to me. Thank you also for taking the time to set them up.

Janet

Added by Janet MacDonald on Sep 30, 2014 12:37 PM

High Plains
RE: Wapella cemetery
memories,

Happy that I made some memorials that were "found" by family! That, after all, is the goal of Find a Grave as far as I'm concerned.

I would be open to transfer of your husband's relatives to you.

I agree that family should be able to manage the memorials of family as they do a better job than strangers of linking, etc.

Best wishes,
High Plains :)

Added by High Plains on Sep 30, 2014 9:35 AM

Ron C. Johnston
Grenfell Cemetery
For some reason, transfer button is not being shown and cannot transfer anyone at present time.

Added by Ron C. Johnston on Jun 07, 2014 11:15 AM

Stephen Parsons
William Wannop Bryson
Hi there.
I was searching the internet and came across your post on here.
In my family there is a William Wannop Bryson who is 11 in 1911 and so fits your time frame.
Is it possible he was from Co. Antrim in. Northern ireland?
If so, I have information on some of the rest of his family including the wannop family going back to the 17th century.
Wannop was his grandmother's maiden name.
Because it was such an unusual middle name it was incorrectly transcribed on the census.
Contact me if this sounds right.
Steve

Added by Stephen Parsons on Mar 28, 2014 11:49 PM

bluemermaid68
RE: Grenfell cemetery
You will have to delete it as I have transferred management to you and am unable to delete it myself now.

Added by bluemermaid68 on Mar 15, 2014 9:27 AM

bluemermaid68
RE: Grenfell cemetery
The two entries I made for Grenfell have been transferred to you now.

Added by bluemermaid68 on Mar 14, 2014 5:55 PM

bluemermaid68
RE: Mitchell Grenfell Cemetery
It would be very coincidental that both would have the same date of death. You could try sending an edit for the DOB. If they don't correct after 30 days, F.A.G will do the edit for you. You are also able to add photos to any memorial without the creator's ok.
Makes sense what you are saying about the twins. Hopefully one day someone will come up with the boys' names and they'll be able to have their own individual memorials.
Thanks :)

Added by bluemermaid68 on Feb 23, 2014 11:42 AM

Alison
Christopher Atkinson
Thank you for your kind words. People like yourself are one of the important reasons why I keep doing this!
I am sure she will appreciate your efforts

Alison

Added by Alison on Feb 06, 2014 6:59 PM

Mrs.K
RE: ST Josephs cemetery
Hello,

Yes, ST Joseph's is in the Grenfell area as well.
The SK cemeteries project lists its location:
NW 34-18-8-W2
I know we used GPS to assist us, which could only give us so much help because there was still some blocked roads due to earlier spring floods! We had to drive further than what you would in a drier year and backtrack.

Mrs.K

Added by Mrs.K on Dec 17, 2013 9:56 PM

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