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SusanR (#46905592)
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Bio Photo My Family Names are: Beach,Rutledge, Compton, Elliott, Dicks, McCargar, Forsman, Snabb, Backman

The memorials I have are family I have added or distant family that has been transferred to me. There are also friends and friends family that I maintain.

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Patty McKinley
Jeremiah Lockwood - obit

Sullivan Daily Times
Tuesday, September 10, 1912

FALL PROVES FATAL TO
AGED SULLIVAN INVENTOR
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JERRY LOCKWOOD SUCCOMBS AT THE
NATIONAL SOLDIER’S HOME IN DANVILLE

Following a fracture of his right thigh, sustained little more than a week ago, when he fell at his home, as he started down the steps, enroute to a physician’s office for medicine, Jeremiah Lockwood, 78 years of age, an inventor of note, and a veteran of the Civil War, died at eleven o’clock, Tuesday morning, at the National Soldiers’ Home in Danville, Ill.

He had been confined to his bed, since the injury, and was moved to the Soldiers’ Home on a cot. He was in failing health when he received the injury, which hastened his death.

Lockwood was a lieutenant of Company K, Ninth Iowa Cavalry, and had made his home in Sullivan for years. His wife died several years ago, and he was living alone at the time of his death.

Two daughters in Los Angeles, Calif., and two sons, whose residence is unknown, survive.

The body will be brought to Sullivan for burial.

____________________________________

NOTE : Clearly, he was either never buried in Sullivan, or, they moved the body later.

If you want to send me your email, I can send you a copy of this clipping, this weekend.

Patty
Added by Patty McKinley on Nov 23, 2016 7:35 PM
w Kreider
Henry Albert Watts - Mountain View Cem., Vancouver
Hey... You added a tombstone photo to my memorial!
THANK YOU!
It was a wonderful surprise when I looked at that memorial today.
Again, THANK YOU!
Added by w Kreider on Nov 09, 2016 2:44 PM
Keith Chadwick
RE: Johnson Family Updates
Hi Susan.

I don't think I am related to any of these people. As Ottringham is my home village, I made the decision a few months ago to put all the gravestones in the churchyard onto this website. As you've already done quite a lot before me, you've saved me a lot of time, which is a bit of relief, as you can imagine. Also, apologies if I've made duplicates of the ones you've already done; I make a point of deleting mine once I know this is the case.

Kind regards,

Keith

Added by Keith Chadwick on Oct 26, 2016 9:22 AM
Kurt Johnson
Charles Bodine
Thanks for letting me know that his burial is unmarked. I put that in the memorial.
Added by Kurt Johnson on Oct 06, 2016 12:41 PM
MARILYN MCCARTY
ALLANSON
Thank you for the photo of his grave!
Added by MARILYN MCCARTY on Sep 27, 2016 11:24 PM
Aurorae Little♥UE
# 35302286 Joseph Martin Sapper
Gracias for the pic and info Susan, wonderful job as you always do. He was plopped into my lap when doing a Martin study and hadn't had opportunity to explore. Appreciate your time too!
Added by Aurorae Little♥UE on Sep 22, 2016 5:31 PM
Aurorae Little♥UE
# 35302286 Joseph Martin Sapper
Gracias for the pic and info Susan, wonderful job as you always do. He was plopped into my lap when doing a Martin study and hadn't had opportunity to explore. Appreciate your time too!
Added by Aurorae Little♥UE on Sep 22, 2016 5:16 PM
charlene donovan
RE: Marie P Dicks
Hi,

I know Vernon and Marie were in Nebraska in 1917-1918. From there I think they went to Colorado Springs- I can find them there n 1922. Do you happen to know where they were in 1920?

They also adopted Edith Fletcher in the 1930's. Do you have any background on why or how this adoption occurred?

Thanks!

Charlene
Added by charlene donovan on Sep 19, 2016 7:19 PM
charlene donovan
Marie P Dicks
Hello, Petra Marie Johansen Dicks is my Great Aunt, as the sister of my Grandmother Edith Johansen Krieg.

I am wondering if you have any Dicks contacts who could help fill in genealogical info.

rmdonovan@mac.com

Charlene
Added by charlene donovan on Sep 14, 2016 3:37 PM
Ally
Desmond Bradley
Thank you very much for finding and taking the photo!
Added by Ally on Sep 09, 2016 3:09 PM
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