I have been working on my family history for about 50 years, and love wandering through cemeteries. After all, they are history books just waiting to open. My surnames of interest include Spurrier, Scharmann, Yost, Weinberger, Cammack, Frazier, Way, Coffin, Swanson, Rodine, Davis, Lee, and of course, Lind.
Larmine City, Carbon, Wyoming Hi Doug, Just wondered if you had heard of the above place? It is mentioned on a 'stone here in Bedlington, Northumberland, England, but I can find no reference to such a place. Two brothers die there in the 1870's who were probably coal miners. SE Northumberland was a coal mining area at the time. Thanks. Kind regards, THB
John H Lee Am trying to determine which memorial belongs to John H Lee, son of Isaac F and Elizabeth Connell Lee. Both are in National Cemeteries on added by you and one added by Carol McCaig #18687857. Any recommendations?
Linnie Dell Lee 1st marriage I wasn't aware that Linnie had been married before Nira Gill. I'm actually shocked. I cannot find any record regarding this, but would like to have a source that's not a "word of mouth." My records have only listed her with Nira Gill. According to the Find A Grave pages, she and Charles Millard Hobbs wasn't married very long. Other than a trip to Iowa, is there anyone out there that could do a lookup on the Court House records for a divorce record, also a marriage record for her and Nira. My records state her and Nira were married 03 Jul 1906, but now I'm finding it's just from someone else's records. Thanks to all the volunteers who do such a wonderful service to the rest of us.
Odin Orr Hello Doug. Was wondering if this gentleman had roots of Alexandria Nebraska. I am working on an alumni book and found this name. I do have a J and Jane Orr buried in the Alexandria Cemetery but no other information. Any information would be appreciated. THANKS
Malinda Frazier Mr. Lind I see you have posted a memorial for Malinda Frazier. Her obituary is online and I was wondering if I sent it to you, would you copy and paste it to her biography? I understand that I could do it but I am 81 and don't know how! Its quite an interesting obituary and gives great history. She had a huge, huge family. David
Jesse was my 2x great grandpa (his daughter Mary Ellen Way is my great grandmother). I am wondering how and where you found the information on his death. Also is there no headstone, or do you just not know where he is buried?