Ernest D L Wiedemann Emily, would you mind transferring Ernest Wiedemann to me. I found his bio that I would like to add to memorial. Also if you have any more Wiedemann's I would like to manage their memorials. I know they don't fall within the perimeters of transfers, so I won't mind if you say no.
James D. Davis Thank you for posting the information on my Great Grand Uncle and the only member of my "family tree", killed in action. Many of my family have served, my self having served in VietNam and I appreciate being able to find the information on Jimmy.
RE: George Phares Emily, sorry for not replying so quickly as we had company for almost a week. George Phares is my wife's great-grand uncle. • The posted OK obituary on F.A.G. incorrectly lists either his age -or- his birthyear of 1843. When checking a date calculator, one of these obit figures had to be a misprint by 6 years. His Census enumerations in life, including the Twelfth of 1900, support the 1849 date. My date calculator tool reports Dec 5 whereby several Internet trees, including the LDS, display Dec 6 rather. • Also, George's middle name is "Negley", which was his great-grandmother Sarah's maiden name also. • George Negley PHARES married Mary Isabel MAPLE Aug 31, 1875 in , Sedgwick county, Kansas. (We have located her time & place of death, but still no burial location or a confirmed memorial yet).