|Brent Nimmo||RE: Balser Schultz|
No problem. Would love to show you around Madison Truro Cemetery if you are in the area ever. Glad I was able to find where they were buried.
Added by Brent Nimmo on Mar 25, 2015 3:16 PM
|Kathy Robinson||RE: Balzer Schultz Headstone|
Sure - help yourself!! Kathy
Added by Kathy Robinson on Mar 21, 2015 11:21 AM
|William Newsom||James Johnson|
Rick the CAS you inquired about denotes the Confederate States Of America.
I have since learned JJ was probably in the UNION ARMY and I have removed the CAS notation, Thanks for bringing to my attention.
Added by William Newsom on Mar 10, 2014 5:40 PM
|Peter Morgan||Telitha Borer Lermond|
Thank you for taking a photo of the marker for Telitha Borer, the wife of my 1st cousin 3x removed. May I use a copy of the photo in my ancestry.com family tree? I will give you proper credit in the caption.
Added by Peter Morgan on Jan 28, 2014 12:37 PM
|mwodonnell||RE: Otto Wiedenbeck|
Yes I live near Baker. You can search on The USGenWeb Project. It will let you search Montana and then Fallon County for info under many headers. Otto's obit was taken from the Baker Sentinel paper on 26 Jan 1917. Mike
Added by mwodonnell on Dec 19, 2013 10:27 PM
Rick, I had looked last year for Otto's grave in Bonnievale Cemetery in Baker Mt. I could not find a marker but there is a empty plot (B90-1) so am sure Otto is buried there. Was looking at old obituaries today and found Otto's. He died on the train near Aberdeen SD coming back from Lancaster Wisconsin with wife Mary and small child, headed home to Baker MT. He died on the 21 Jan 1917 and was born 15 June 1880. Church service was held in Baker MT. Hope this helps. Mike
Added by mwodonnell on Dec 19, 2013 11:49 AM
|WLW||Stuart Albert Mayo|
Thank you so much for the photo of Stu's headstone. You time and effort are greatly appreciated.
Added by WLW on Jul 14, 2013 8:36 PM
|Graves||RE: Lucia Kramer Wiedenbeck|
The source for their records is here:
Added by Graves on Jan 07, 2013 7:01 PM
|David G. Stuart||RE: Lucia Kramer Wiedenbeck|
Thanks for the contact about Lucia Wiedenbeck. If you will look at who created the memorial you will see that it was created by "Graves." I only posted the cemetery entrance photo, this entrance photo will show up on all of the memorials in this cemetery. Sorry, I do not have more information for your research.
David in Wichita
Added by David G. Stuart on Jan 06, 2013 3:25 PM
|Peter Morgan||Nelson Henry Lermond|
May I have your permission to use the photo you took of Nelson's marker in my ancestry.com family tree? He is a 1st cousin of mine, although 3x removed. His findagrave memorial number is 63984152. Thanks.
Added by Peter Morgan on Dec 18, 2012 5:38 AM
|Nancy D||RE: Florence Pomeroy|
I have information on her now. She was born 29 Nov 1902 in St. Albans, Franklin, Vermont, she died July 24, 1988 in Bennington, Bennington, Vermont. She was the daughter of Edwin and Mary (Donaldson) Ryder. I don't know if they had any children or not. I know they were married in 1924. In 1930 I didn't see any children listed in the census.
Added by Nancy D on Aug 22, 2011 3:14 PM
|Nancy D||RE: Florence Pomeroy|
I also tried to look and couldn't tell. I have already deleted the actual picture once I put it online. Most likely there was no readable/or dates on the headstone. I'm currently working in another cemetery trying to get full information on people. When I get to Park Lawn to go through each memorial I did, I will see what I can find out.
Nancy Hitchcock Dancy
Added by Nancy D on Aug 03, 2011 9:19 PM
|Kathy Knickmeyer||LERMOND in Little River Cemetery|
Hi Rick: Thank you for taking photos of Telitha and Nelson's headstones. Regards, Kathy
Added by Kathy Knickmeyer on Jul 17, 2011 4:50 PM
|DaylilyFan||RE: McIntire Family|
Hi, Rick! (I also sent this message to your aol address.)
I'm from Hugh, James G., Harvey (or Harvy). Harvey's daughter, Daisy Lee McIntire, was my grandmother. She and my grandfather, Burr R. Callis, were both born in Milton, Kentucky, but lived mostly in Indianapolis, Ind. I remember a couple of visits to Milton as a youngster but the only people I remember were not McIntires or Callises but "cousins" Alton and Catherine Yager and their daughters. For some reason, my great-grandfather's generation had smaller families, and there isn't much in the way of letters or photographs. My parents lived in northwest Indiana, so I didn't get to see my paternal grandparents more than once or twice a year. At any rate, the few photographs came to me, and I'm slowly sorting them out and posting them on Ancestry.com, but some of the identifications are a little vague. Certain names were very popular and sometimes nicknames are no help at all. (I have no idea who Aunt Tote could be! Sounds like a handbag!)
Do have any idea how or why the McIntires got to Texas?
Added by DaylilyFan on Feb 03, 2011 7:35 PM
Thank you for taking the trouble to photograph the gravestone. I know it must be difficult to find and document these very old and worn markers.
Added by DaylilyFan on Jan 30, 2011 10:45 PM