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Sandi K (#47747668)
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Rivers Schiefer Phillips
RE: 112789382 Ricky Winters
According to Cemetery records the grave is located in a plot with no headstone. I took the picture with a headstone for reference as to where the unmarked grave is located. I will be happy to remove it.

Added by Rivers Schiefer Phillips on Dec 07, 2016 2:53 PM

Ellen Bishop
I have sent
my copy of the memorial for Elsie Broking Leg back to the person who created it and told her to delete it, although hers was first the other one is from a ground reading with a pictures of the stone and everything, I did what I could.

Added by Ellen Bishop on Nov 29, 2016 4:32 PM

Ellen Bishop
Do you know what
cemetery Elsie Broken Leg is now buried, I mean the name of the cemetery in Todd County, are you saying it is Rosebud Cemetery? I told the other person hers was a duplicate, she will have to do what ever she wants about that, I can't merge them myself.

Added by Ellen Bishop on Nov 29, 2016 12:20 PM

Robert D.Reynolds
FAG#96022833 Joe Ellis
Hi Sandi, Would you please transfer this memorial to me, He was my wife's first cousin.I want to add other photos and make some photo alignments.

Added by Robert D.Reynolds on Nov 12, 2016 9:18 PM

Donald Mikitta
RE: Shindel
Thanks Sandy, I will wait on the certificate.

Added by Donald Mikitta on Nov 08, 2016 10:36 AM

Donald Mikitta
RE: Shindel
Sandy, thanks for the quick turn around. Lucinda G Crookham Shindel has been the target.
We have George (1873- 1928) and Lucinda (1879- 1920) in Etna, Iowa, 1910 census .
Son Paul born in 1910, passed in Mar 1911, buried in Oak Hill. (death certificate 338.) Mother listed as it looks like Louse.)
George and Lucinda separated, and George and daughter Beulah were in the 1915 Iowa and 1920 Trafford PA.
Lucinda listed as living and working in Gary city directory.
Lucinda listed with death certificate 10 Mar 1920 Dupage, Ill . (Looking for this, my sister in law located it once, we have not obtained the certificate yet. 0
My wife is Beulah granddaughter, Beulah passed away in 1995.
Story was that at Lucinda death , her mother came to Gary to bury Lucinda, and retrieved two other children. George had legal restriction that prevented access to Lucinda.
George died in 1928, apparent suicide.

Does this help?

Added by Donald Mikitta on Nov 06, 2016 11:36 AM

TexasBluebonnet1953
RE: 1953
Bless you for those kind words. I will be more than happy to help with your project. Just let me know what you need. I am on FB so be sure to add me to your friends list. My pic on FB is me with a red shirt on standing in front of a wooden fence.
I look forward to hearing from you.

Added by TexasBluebonnet1953 on Oct 29, 2016 5:07 AM

David H. Sweeney
Green
Are you related to the green's?

Added by David H. Sweeney on Sep 30, 2016 3:35 PM

PHF
RE: 99045034 Sierra Nevada Stillman
I just wanted to add her Dad; Allen C. Root
Created by: Sandi K
Record added: Nov 05, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 100257577

Added by PHF on Sep 25, 2016 7:56 AM

Nancy Baxter
RE: 139584246 Jennie Southard
I do not know if I ever responded to this! I checked on Find a Grave & she is linked to Robert Southard (both of them on tombstone), but I'm confused re a Richard Southard. It has been awhile since I worked on that line so please let me know what I need to correct. Also, if she is your family, please let me transfer the memorial to you. Thank you.

Added by Nancy Baxter on Sep 21, 2016 7:50 PM

Trace
Edward LaMere
I haven't worked on this for some time. I was looking up Antione LaMieux & his wife at the Holy Cross cemetery for a family in Minneasota. Seems to me I came across this at Parks Cemetery & emailed them about it & if it was in their tree. It was, so the gal asked me to do a memorial for him. I put Patty Jo on it as a child as I believe that was next to or on the tombstone. I would have to email them, if I still have the address & ask them of this situation & see what they want to do. I know some of the memorials I had transferred over to them. They were here earlier this Summer to visit the cemeteries & research at the history center. Their was some LeMieuxs' or LaMeres' that they had written to some years back to see if they were family connections but never heard from them. So don't know if this is one of the people they were trying to connect with. I will get back with you. Trace

Added by Trace on Sep 16, 2016 11:08 AM

Keith English
Edit
Wow, that was fast! Thanks for the edit to the Land memorial.

Keith

Added by Keith English on Sep 05, 2016 9:26 PM

PHF
RE: Melissa Stillman-Hillcrest Decatur
Keep the marriage; 13 Oct 1898.

Added by PHF on Aug 26, 2016 10:57 AM

Beverly Zimmer
RE: Louise Stayaert Franke 78353907
You are welcome. It's very relaxing and interesting to read stories about these individuals.

As I mentioned to Kara Graper and Kelli - I'm not trying to overstep bounds....and I realize death certificates and obits are not always 100% accurate but at least it's another clue to help someone researching the family.

Take care,
Bev

Added by Beverly Zimmer on Aug 25, 2016 8:32 AM

rhonda carver buffington
RE: Mary Kirk Info
No I just like to send the documentation, This way you know that the information is fact, and helps with the updates, with out you having to research it again.

Thank you
Rhonda

Added by rhonda carver buffington on Aug 07, 2016 9:53 PM

Jennifer Waggoner
RE: Rosa Prophet Edit/113013227
No, I am still researching all information. So leave the information has is right now. I have been seeing both 1876 and 1878. Not sure which one is correct.

Added by Jennifer Waggoner on Jul 27, 2016 10:16 AM

Diane Yocom
RE: James Edward Nader, Jr 128557416
Thank you!

Added by Diane Yocom on Jul 23, 2016 2:43 PM

SHARON NEIMAN KLEINSTUBER
RE: 151329214 Victoria Schuman
Hi Sandi,
There is no tombstone for Victoria in the cemetery. There were tombstone surveys done in 1932, 1950, 2003 & 2013. And she is not on any of those lists.
Gail went back thru the original hand-written Sexton's list of burials, but no record of Victoria. The burial plot info does not match anything in our cemetery.
We can not say that she is definitely not in our cemetery, but we have no evidence of her burial here, & believe it is very unlikely.
Sharon

Added by SHARON NEIMAN KLEINSTUBER on Jul 21, 2016 10:44 AM

SHARON NEIMAN KLEINSTUBER
RE: 151329214 Victoria Schuman
Hi Sandi,

I have photocopies of the cemetery records, which are not totally complete. The originals remain at the church. I had another member of our committee go to the original records to check. She could find no one with the last name Schuman (or Shuman) listed in either of our 2 cemeteries.

We are searching to see if we can find a notation that anyone was re-interred from that cemetery in Chicago. (thinking the notation on Victoria in the Chicago cemetery records might be for a different person & put next to Victoria's name in error).

I will get back to you again soon, after we do a more thorough search.

Thanks,
Sharon

Added by SHARON NEIMAN KLEINSTUBER on Jul 19, 2016 10:05 AM

Loren Bender
RE: German Farming Communities
Hello Sandi Thank you so much for taking the time to contact me with this new source of information.My first impression was that I would find little about my ancestors due to the fact that back then they (my Family) were all Catholic and stayed with their own as did the Lutherans.My wife is a Lutheran and comes from Hastings and this might be more helpful with her family. I will spend some time researching the site you pointed out.
My Bender family came from Germany in the 1850s and first settled in Marshall Illinois and then in the late 1860s came to Cornlea Nebraska and Humphrey Nebraska area to Homestead.

My mothers family (Ausdemore)also Catholic settled in Crofton Nebraska after first living in Ohio for several years.
Research on our ancestors is a never ending but very rewarding task. Thanks again for your input and I am curious how to ended up at my Find a grave profile. It could be you saw where I have researched thousands of Nebraskan's who died in World War II. Have a Wonderful day!. Loren Bender

Added by Loren Bender on Jul 09, 2016 12:31 PM

DORRIS SICKELS SMITH
#1035413597
Hi Sandi,
Do you have info for daughters Ethel Snow,
Maisie Lenig, & Merna Hull. I have lost conact with Ed Snow ?
Thanks Much.
Dorris

Added by DORRIS SICKELS SMITH on Jul 09, 2016 11:18 AM

Bob Stover
RE: Frances P. Stover 153273188
Sandi,

That will work. Although for 116887335I am just going to ignore it. I don't think my Permelia Frances "Fannie" Hoy Stover who died in 1939 would have first been buried in Old Whiting Cemetery.

Thank You Again,
Bob

Added by Bob Stover on Jun 26, 2016 3:29 PM

Bob Stover
RE: Beulah Stover
Hi Sandi,

I would be happy to take over this memorial. Beulah is my grandfather's younger sister.

There were two other memorials that are also related which I would like to have:

Baby Stover 153273240 (stillborn of Wm & Josephine Poland Stover)
Fred Stover 153230879

Thank You,

Bob

Added by Bob Stover on Jun 26, 2016 1:10 PM

Jan J. Shultz
Craigs of Greenwood
Sandi,
Thank you for the transfer of Raymond Craig.
Would you mind also transferring his wife, Janie #134996846?

I so appreciate your making their memorials.
Blessings to you,
Jan
Find A Grave#47101238

Added by Jan J. Shultz on Jun 23, 2016 8:03 AM

marilyn blevins wanamaker
hillcrest
Thank you for the transfers! Linda will be so excited,and we'll get right to work on them... Thanks again!

Added by marilyn blevins wanamaker on Jun 15, 2016 10:32 PM

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