|Scott Braddy (#46980257)|
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Finding info on relatives or friends here can be very rewarding from a genealogical point of view for one. It can give you more leads! Posting memorials here has helped me find many living relatives as well. Many of which I never knew about! If you think your related, or have other info you can leave a message for me so I can contact you. |
If I need to fix an error or add info, click on the edit button in upper right corner of the memorial in question.
Just to clarify; Many of my memorials in Colorado cemeteries have Obits with "RMN" as the source. RMN stands for The Rocky Mountain News.
Currently researching these family names:
Braddy, Brady, Renspie, Roenspie, Roenspies, Schenke, Krueger, Kruger, Peacock, Oehlke, Mason, Suddith, Suddeth, Jones, Worrell, Worrel, Harrison, Hutton, Swanson, Swansen, Thiele, Clawes, Ferrier, Danielsen, Rodgers, Rogers, Thiele, Hutton, Hampton, Holder, Hamacher, VonCannon, Benya, Brehm, Balzer. .
Other very useful free research sites I use are; Familysearch.org
My Heritage Family Tree Builder
Marine Corps Vet
Thanks Fellow Vets
and your families
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|Dean Knudsen||David H Mitchell|
Hello Mr Braddy, Just wanted you to know that the government marker has "6 IA CAV". The ^ looks very much like an 8, but the records indicate he was a member of the 6th Iowa Cavalry. Thanks for you hard work in posting all those markers - Dean Knudsen
I have sent you several edit requests. If you prefer, I am related to every Buchanan in the Woodland Memorial Cemetery, in Woodland, Georgia. If you would like for me to manage those memorials for you, I'd be happy to do so.
|Lavinia Ricketts||Joseph Bailey|
Regarding memorial 41893154, are you actually related? I believe I am distantly related and am interested in information about his ancestors, who are also my ancestor. Any information would be appreciated.
|Derek Wood||George Richardson memorial page|
Hi Scott, I was wondering if you might consider transferring management of George Richardson's memorial page to me.
It's memorial #44429296:
George was the grandfather of my grandmother, Hildur (Richardson) Durand. I remember her speaking of him a few times, and she left me a lot of pictures of George and the family at their house in Denver. It would be meaningful to me if I could manage his memorial page.
Thanks for considering my request, and thanks for all your contributions to FindAGrave!
I wondered if you would like to have Frances Ann Clawes Winholt and her daughter Marjorie's memorials transferred to you. I'm trying to reduce the number of memorials I manage, and saw that you have Frances's husband and other family members. LMK.
Added by Debbie B on Aug 17, 2015 4:02 PM
|CPoole||RE: Johann & wife Wamboldt|
Thank you for transfering the Wamboldt's memorial to me. I can relate to emails getting buried too.
Added by CPoole on Aug 16, 2015 6:03 PM
|Vickie Smejkal||John Gallup|
Curious -- where did you find John Galllup Sr's birth location?
Also, death location too? As I find him listed in the Colorado Death Index for Denver, Denver Co., Colo. Hmmmm wonders never cease. :-)
|Vickie Smejkal||Charles & Frances Farnsworth|
Hmmm, here is an odd one -- which of the two served in the Civil War, or did both? Here is what I have found so far. :-)
Charles Payson Farnsworth 33513439
Headstone states: Chas P Farnworth, Co B, 1 Colo Cav. From my notes: Near Charles is a Frances C Farnsworth.
1st Pension Card: Charles P Farnsworth, Col B, 1st Colo Cav, widow: Frances C Farnsworth d. 19 Aug 1930.
2nd Pension Card: Charles P Farnsworth, Sgt, Co B, 1st Colo Vol Cav, widow: Charles P Farnsworth.
3rd Pension Card: Charles P Farnsworth, Sgt, Co B, 1st Colo Cav d. 2 May 1911.
United States Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards, 1907-1933, www.familysearch.org
Pension File: Charles P Farnsworth, Co B 1st Colo Cav & Co B, 1st Colo Inf, filed from Colo on Sep 1892, the widow Frances C Farnsworth filed from Colo on 11 May 1911.
United States General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934, www.familysearch.org
Civil War Solder Index: Charles Farnsworth, known as C P Farnsworth, Pvt, Union, Colo Territory, Co B, 1st Regt Colo Cav.
United States Civil War Soldiers Index, 1861-1865, www.familysearch.org
Frances Cornelia Miller Farnsworth 33513360
For Frances, I find nothing really indicating that she was in the service, but the widow of a serviceman.
I think the confusion stems from the way one or two of these Pension cards were written up -- at first glance one would believe it was Frances that was the soldier, however, upon closer look, it is Charles. It's a little confusing when they list the widow on the card first, and then a line or two down you see the title 'soldier' and then his name. I went along searching under both their names; more and more I could see that for certain it was Charles, and perhaps not Frances that served. What do you conclude?
|Vickie Smejkal||Veterans Virtual Cemetery|
Thank you very much.
|Vickie Smejkal||Riverside Veterans|
I thought I saw that at one time you had a Virtual Cemetery for the Riverside Veterans. Was I seeing things? :-)
I ask because I am done compiling my list of the Veterans I have found, and would like to compare it to your list....to be sure I have not missed anyone.
I hope to soon provide the list to the folks at Riverside, as they had asked me to do.
I also have a website where I have posted the list, which I hope to update soon. www.block12riverside.com
Thanks much for all you have done. You have posted a lot of wonderful information on these Riverside Veterans. I am sure many kin folk appreciate all the effort you have put in to tell a little something about these folks and the services they have provided.
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