|Clint Black (#47536687)|
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My primary interest is offering biography for attachment to memorials of folks buried in Cheyenne and Laramie, WY, or, to those who left a footprint there and are buried elsewhere. |
Often my interest extends to families who left footprints in Wyoming.
Wyoming is an extraordinary community and the kinship is very special for all who have ever called it home.
Please DO NOT TRANSFER MEMORIALS TO ME.
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Sorry for this omission, because i try to always cite my sources.
You can see now this have been done for Lt Fee.
Have a nice day
take a look at my fold3 profile if you want (you will see that i've made some annotations, don't hesitate if you have some suggestions for usaaf pictures)
Added by patootie on Mar 05, 2014 12:01 AM
|Christine Palmer||# 55341584, Joseph A. Palmer|
I've just left you a note of thanks re: seeing my grandfather George B. Palmer's memorial here. And, then I discovered his father's, Joseph A. Palmer. I had no idea that my great-grandfather and his older brother served in the MA 54th. Thanks for tracking this information down. You've filled in a few major holes in the family history.
|Christine Palmer||# 3422986|
Nice to see my grandfather here. Thanks.
|Jerry||RE: 29170961, Lucy Thomas|
There are three burials in lot 522:
Nellie Gray, died 27 Jul 1887, lot 522 space B-0
Child Thomas, died 10 Jan 1889, lot 522 space B-1
Lucy Thomas, died 29 May 1899, lot 522 space A-0
Lucy had a direct connection to Nellie Gray, see memorial 29175333.
Since the Child Thomas is buried in the same plot, noted by the B sub 1, as Nellie Gray there is a distinct possibility that Lucy was connected to this burial also.
There is only one tombstone in lot 522 and the inscription is illegible. This marker appears to originally have been upright, but is now lying flat and had been partially or totally buried at one time. It has been excavated by the cemetery folks. My educated guess is that this tombstone is Lucy's and I have posted the photo to her memorial. If I am out at Lakeview when the caretakers are available, I'll see if they can identify the marker as being in Space A and make changes if appropriate.
Added by Jerry on Mar 28, 2013 6:10 PM
|Jerry||Re: Henry Schilling|
Henry's grave is unmarked. I am working up a photo of the lot, what do you have as his death date from the newspaper article?
Added by Jerry on Mar 28, 2013 5:31 PM
|Bob Rohwedder||RE: 65214990|
I just added the photo to Find A Grave on behalf
of Centennial State Chapter NSDAR Cemetery Project.
actually entered the data and is the only person who can make changes.
|Jack Anthony||Hazel B Mos - 82858312858312|
|A Friend||RE: 52759710|
You're welcome. Dr. Brown had a really unique marker for the time.
Added by A Friend on Feb 26, 2013 8:08 PM
|Marsha Hanson Dillon||RE: 31616259|
I know nothing about the Sharpless Genealogy. Sorry
|Tombstone Tourist||Julia Abney|
Great detective work Mr. Black! I have linked Julia to her parents in WY. How sad that Julia is all alone in MO.
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