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Please let me know if you notice errors or have additional information - use Edit/Suggest a Correction link on the memorial page. I am very glad to transfer memorials as long as I am not related; please use Edit/Suggest a Correction.|
Many of my photo requests are for projects by ShaneO #47009366 and Russ Pickett #46575736. Thanks to all who support projects honoring our veterans.
Some useful links:
Free census images online! You can use the free census indexes at FamilySearch, and then get the census images free from
or the Allen County Public Library in Ft. Wayne, IN:
Newspapers by State, many online newspapers:
1930s Graves Registration Survey
Most Iowa Counties are transcribed:
Iowa Gravestone Photo Project
Johnson Co., Iowa Cemeteries:
Muscatine Co., Iowa Cemeteries:
Iowa City Burial Permits, 1856-1919:
Oakland Cemetery, Iowa City, online records & maps!!!
An Iowa Genealogy search page:
USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project
North Carolina newspapers:
Some NC Cemeteries
Smith Cemetery, Granville Co NC
Satellite Views of Cemeteries, etc.
FindAGrave Cemetery mapping:
Tombstone Birthdate Calculator:
Reporting duplicate cemeteries:
How to link:
< a href="http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=XXXXXXX">Name< /a>
where XXXXXXX is the GRid number of the memorial you want to link. Remove the spaces after the <
Notes to self:
CambridgeAmerican through Gardner
Go through my "No Cemetery" list, have gotten to Farnham.
Sent to FindAGrave, Jan 7, 2013:
Please merge [url=http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2445943]Saint Joseph Cemetery (New)[/url] with [url=http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GScid=96123&CRid=96123]Saint Joseph Cemetery[/url]. The "New" cemetery is a section of Saint Joseph Cemetery, it is not a separate cemetery; it is contiguous with the old section and owned and managed by the same organization.
Please add this text to [url=http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GScid=96123&CRid=96123]Saint Joseph Cemetery[/url].
Postal Code: 52245
Saint Joseph Cemetery consists of an old section (entrance at 900 North Summit Street) and a new section (entrance at 1122 North Dodge Street). The sections are contiguous and are managed by the same organization. To learn the location of a grave, please call the cemetery office. Phone: 319-351-7126
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|Tyler Muller||RE: Roberts|
We haven't been able to find My Grandma Edna or William Roberts mother she is Emma Jane Florang-Roberts died ? early 1900's after Feb 1902 when William was born think she buried in Washington county some where though.
|Tyler Muller||RE: Roberts|
I'm still missing their brother Eugene Andrew Roberts thought Born Oct. 20, 1907 found one in Wisconsin but born Aug. 14, 1912 died April 2, 1996 I emailed them to see if he was born in Iowa and they haven't got back to me yet.
|Meadowlark||RE: Minnie Schukar|
Sue, Thanks for being so gracious about giving up your memorial -- not everyone is so kind!!
|paths2present||RE: Haven Cemetery|
Hey, that's great! Thanks for getting back to me about it, and for posting the map. Appreciate it!
|Coxie||Hoxie, Ichabod and Electa|
Thank you so much for the transfers and so quick too!
I will start right away to enter some information regarding them.
Thank you for posting their burial sites.
Added by Coxie on Jul 20, 2014 10:39 AM
|Everett Baranowski||Robert Thompson Grave (Oxford Memorial)|
Hello Sue! I just posted photos of Robert Thompson from Oxford Memorial. Your request was the last one with a section listing on it, so I gave it my best effort to try and find it today. St. Peter's Section 5 is in an "L" shape (and the map is antiquated as St. Peter's relinquished the cemetery many years ago). I got a chance to see the maps for St. Peters & Oxford Memorial a few visits ago. The northern leg of Section 5 appears to overlay with current-day Oxford Memorial Section 12. The two adjacent cemeteries are both run by Oxford Public Works department. If you visit Oxford Memorial (Collective) Cemetery, you can find the grave by driving up to the green shed on St. Peter's. There's a big tree behind it to the north. Walk directly north of the tree about 30 feet, and you'll find the grave on the top of the hill surrounded in a plot marked by large cement blocks (the type used for house foundations). If you want full resolution shots e-mailed to you, please feel free to look my profile up and e-mail me using that address. Glad your request is finally coming to a close today! Enjoy! :-)
|MGrandt||RE: Margery Mayhew|
Thank you so much!!
Added by MGrandt on Jul 14, 2014 10:19 AM
|Sharon Christensen||RE: Adams|
You are very welcome for the pictures.
|A Weers||RE: Clara Yenter|
My pleasure Sue and hope you have continued luck with your ancestry search. Have a great weekend!
Sincerely, Annemarie Weers
Added by A Weers on Jul 10, 2014 10:23 AM
|Jill lionjillRust||Dorothy & Bob|
thank you so much for the photos for my aunt & uncle's pages!
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