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PLEASE READ BEFORE CONTACTING ME:
I am not perfect and can make mistakes.
If you can document a mistake, please send me the info and I will correct it. Remember to be courteous.
I follow the guidelines set by Find A Grave. If you do not meet the guidelines, please do not request a transfer. If you want to have information added to the memorial, please send me a request through the "edit" button. Also, please be patient as I don't get online daily and sometimes it takes a couple of days to get through all the emails. Thanks for understanding.
Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
I will only transfer if you can prove to me you are directly related.
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|SheWolf||RE: Hughes Markers|
It was our pleasure to help.
Added by SheWolf on Oct 07, 2014 8:25 PM
|Jim Mayer||RE: Hughes Grave Photos|
Your quite welcome. I also have a picture of a headstone that only said D. D. Hughes on it. There was no other writing on it and there were no other stones around it. If you want me to email it to you or post it to someone, let me know.
|Shirley Wilcoxon||Photos of Walnut Grove Cemetery|
I am related to almost everyone in Walnut Grove Cemetery in Farlinville, Linn County, Kansas. May I have permission to use your photographs and information to document my research and share with family members? Thank you.
PS will need your email send to email@example.com.
Added by MJohnson on Aug 23, 2014 9:22 AM
|MJohnson||RE: Leo Hoedl|
I believe I corrected the photo. Also, I did find an obit for Leo J Hoedl. I can scan and send you a copy. It was short, basically said that he died in Kansas City, MO on Aug 16. I asked someone local to the area to see if she can get any more details. She did not think that the father was living in Dent, so he may have been visiting when he died. Is it possible that Leo J was returning his father to MO for internment? In the times that I walked the com here I did not see a grave site for Leo L (could have missed it).
Added by MJohnson on Aug 23, 2014 9:19 AM
|MJohnson||RE: Leo Hoedl|
I will check on the obits at the History Museum in Perham, they have micro film of the newspapers.
I hope I matched the photo correctly. If not can make changes.
Added by MJohnson on Aug 06, 2014 10:37 AM
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