|Robert Stuart||Clarence Mengal Gist|
Your memorial had a connection to a child. I have not found a child of this marriage. I have posted Mr. Gist's obituary from the Greenville Democrat, and no surviving children are mentioned. If you have other information, on this matter, I would appreciate a heads up. My email is
Thanks, Robert Stuart
Added by Robert Stuart on Nov 22, 2015 6:39 AM
Thank you for the info. Seemed very odd to me that they just wouldn't have stones. My father-in-law was a monument maker and he had his and his wife's made long before it was time to use it. So I'm hoping that the Stewarts do have a stone and that it's found and replaced. Thank you again, Gwyneth
Added by Gwyneth on Nov 15, 2015 8:00 PM
|Gwyneth||Christine and Charles Stewart|
Hi Sandi, Thank you so much for the transfers. It's people like you who make Find a Grave the wonderful thing it is. Keep up the good work. Several pats on the back. All my very best, Gwyneth
Added by Gwyneth on Nov 15, 2015 5:31 PM
|Gwyneth||Christine and Charles H Stewart|
Hi again Sandi, I would love it if you'd transfer them to me. I know very little about Charles but could do some research. He was from Scotland, I do know that.. Thank you for all your work. I really appreciate all the bits I've managed to find from the work of people like you. My hat is off to you!!!! My best, Gwyneth.
Added by Gwyneth on Nov 15, 2015 5:01 PM
|Gwyneth||Christine Stewart and Charles H. Stewart|
I believe I know who Christine and Charles H. Stewart are. I think that Christine was the first wife of my great grandmother's brother, Frederick. My Christine was born in Michigan in 1861, married Frederick in 1876, divorced him and married Charles H. Stewart in Milwaukee, WI, in 1898. They then moved to Indiana. They were enumerated in the 1900 census in Hammond and at least one of Christine's children, Florence, was living with them. I don't have a copy of the census handy so can't be sure. Christine died on 26 Jul 1914 in Hammond. I have memorials for two of Christine's children and would like to see them linked. Please let me know what you think. Thank you, Gwyneth
Added by Gwyneth on Nov 15, 2015 10:22 AM
|DORRIS SICKELS SMITH||DECATUR, NE.|
FOR YOUR INFORMATION; DECATUR HAS A NEW TROLLEY AND THE DECATUR MUSEUM BOARD OF DIRECTORS ARE TAKING DIGITAL PICTURES OF EACH SECTION OF HILLCREST CEMETERY. THE PHOTOGRAPHS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC.
SMITH- TEETERS FAMILY HISTORIAN
DORRIS SICKELS SMITH
Added by DORRIS SICKELS SMITH on Oct 31, 2015 6:02 PM
|EndMyLineMuir||RE: Dorothea Gren/Salem Lutheran|
TY right back for your help with that dupe! Yes, P/SL is close to me but new to me and I love it there! So quiet and peaceful with such beautiful trees. See ya around the cemetery!
Added by EndMyLineMuir on Oct 28, 2015 2:06 PM
|Peggy||Jacob and Barbara Schneider|
Thank you for transferring the Schneider memorials to me. It was very thoughtful of you. If I can ever be of any assistance let me know. Thank you for all of your work in making this such a wonderful site.
Added by Peggy on Oct 28, 2015 1:15 PM
|Peggy||RE: Mary E. Snyder Sandig|
I would be happy to maintain this memorial. She is actually the sister of my great, great grandmother so I don't know if you want to count her as a direct line or not. Are you by any chance related to Jacob Schneider/Snyder, Mary's father?
Added by Peggy on Oct 28, 2015 10:56 AM
|Old_Pilot||RE: James Smith Kent|
Thanks for your response. I am new at supporting Find a grave although I have used it for several years. The information provided by volunteers is impressive.
Added by Old_Pilot on Oct 12, 2015 3:13 PM
|Becky Feaster||Elma McGregor|
Thank you so much for this wonderful photo.
Added by Becky Feaster on Oct 05, 2015 8:35 AM
I have made the requested transfer of Sarah. If you find that I have others in your branches just let me know and I will transfer. ;)
Added by MissT on Oct 04, 2015 11:25 AM
|Kara Gullickson Graper||Oak Hill|
My life is so busy right now with 3 little kids, and I began this Oak Hill journey when life was simpler. As I check my email and receive little edits here and there from you my heart is SOOOOO full knowing that there are others out there that are of similar mind and spirit. I am truly humbled by your help and commitment to a cemetery you've never even been to. I have no doubt that you are gaining hundreds of new Guardian Angels with this work! Thank you again so very much, Sandi!!!!
Added by Kara Gullickson Graper on Sep 28, 2015 1:32 PM
|Becky Feaster||McGregor family|
Thank you so much for these wonderful pictures.
Added by Becky Feaster on Sep 21, 2015 10:18 PM
|Cathy Morgan||Louie James Boutwell|
Sorry his name is Louie James Boutwell and they are buried at Cotton Plant Memorial.
Added by Cathy Morgan on Sep 21, 2015 7:04 PM
|Cathy Morgan||RE: Mary Frances McFarland Boutwell|
My family source told me she was buried next to her son, James Louie Boutwell and his wife Wilma. Now if it is in error I will change the cemetery listing to unknown instead or at least place an unmarked gave notice on the site. What do you think? I do not want to hurt the feelings of my fellow researcher. Thanks for looking for her by the way!
Added by Cathy Morgan on Sep 21, 2015 6:59 PM
|skellysiam||RE: Robert Reed Skellenger|
Thank you so much for the work you and the folks of Hammond are doing to restore OH records. There are many of my Skellengers (many spelling variations) family members buried in Hammond, including my ggg father Jacob Schellinger (1816-1894). After the CW, Jacob and all his sons left Cape May Co, NJ, and headed west to Chicago and environs to find fame and fortune; many of them ended up in Hammond.
Have one question you might be able to answer: does Robert Reed have a headstone or any type of marker? I was going to request a photo, but thought I'd ask you if his grave is marked or not before I do.
Again, pls keep up your good work on Find A Grave; your efforts are greatly appreciated by family researchers like me. In fact, without Find A Grave and the people who make it work, family research would be at a virtual standstill; too many dead ends.
br, Mike Skelenger
Added by skellysiam on Sep 15, 2015 8:55 AM
|Nancy Baxter||RE: 139584246 Jennie Southard|
I am so sorry.....I must have done something wrong as I did NOT intend to remove the link to her husband, Robert Southard. I was trying to link her to her first husband! Thanks for catching my mistake.
Added by Nancy Baxter on Sep 04, 2015 8:47 PM
|Carl Robert Coe||Albert Coe|
Thank you so much for posting the Hillcrest Cemetery, Decatur, NE, memorial photo of my uncle Albert Coe.
Added by Carl Robert Coe on Sep 01, 2015 5:26 PM
|Sue Gant Hund||RE: John Schlintz|
Thank you again! I would love to have you transfer his memorial to me. Happy Happy that I found him...now for the rest of the family...
Added by Sue Gant Hund on Aug 24, 2015 8:01 PM
|Sue Gant Hund||John Schlintz|
Thank you for finding him! He is my Gr Gr Grandfathger, and we have faced many road blocks over the years. Thank you!
Sue Hund Gant
Added by Sue Gant Hund on Aug 23, 2015 8:35 PM
|Andy Gappa||RE: Oak Hill|
No problem on the edits--keep 'em coming.
Added by Andy Gappa on Aug 15, 2015 7:16 AM
|Kara Gullickson Graper||whooo hooo!|
Sandi you are a machine! Just had to thank you once again!!!! You are really rolling on the S files.... I thought I'd NEVER see the light at the end of this project. My fellow gravers are such a wonderful group of people. PLEASE promise to ask me if I can ever help you research a family member or other sometime to return the favor!
Added by Kara Gullickson Graper on Aug 12, 2015 8:45 PM
I want to thank you for all of the Gravestone photos that you have taken & shared of my many family members. I may never have been able to see them otherwise. Thank you.
Added by lorzgld12 on Aug 12, 2015 5:52 AM
|Scott McManimen||Barbara Szabados|
Sorry, I only add the death date....not burial date.
Added by Scott McManimen on Aug 11, 2015 10:30 AM