|Dave Wallace (#47306911)|
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|I have had photography as a hobby for a very long time, and enjoy being able to help people obtain images they may not be able to acquire in another way.|
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I did find an Ed Blong with same dates, but shares a headstone with Evelyn...is this the Edwin Blong you are seeking?
Added by c d on Feb 24, 2014 4:53 PM
|"Families Are Forever!" Hendryx Research Team||98931478|
Do you know if Robert Parker's wife is buried in Lafayette Cemetery?
Amy Parker b. 1848 Ohio still alive in 1906 Center Point, Iowa, Business directory, a dress maker. Widow of Robert S Parker.
I'd like to find her grave as her father is buried in Lafayette too.
Ambrose Rucker: 89091338.
|Undertaker's Gr/Granddaughter||Harry Boice|
Thanks for the retake of his headstone. :o)
|NJ MCQUISTON||Alexander Patterson/Shermans|
Dave, thanks so much for all of your hard work at Find A Grave on behalf of our ancestors! The Shermans are indebted to you. NJ McQuiston
|Pamela||Elspeth Grant Beardsley|
Letters, newspaper articles, LDS and family memoirs have documented Elspeth Grant Beardsley as a cousin (1st or 2nd depending what you read) of Ulysses S. Grant however Grant himself boasted about his deep American roots going back to the 1600's and Alexander and Ann were immigrants, as far as I can tell, from Scotland. Where did the info come from regarding the parents of this Elspeth Grant? Any help is appreciated. Elspeth is my 5th g-grandmother.
Added by Pamela on Nov 20, 2013 6:03 PM
|Della Meize||Grace Trimble|
I hope I placed her in the correct cemetery! Thanks for letting me know I had the incorrect one listed for her -- are you related to Grace?
|Debbie J||RE: Joseph Beem memorial|
He won't delete his. Says it has all the links and photo.
Added by Debbie J on Nov 09, 2013 9:58 AM
|Debbie J||RE: Melissa Beem in Iowa county, Ia|
Wow, thanks for finding my family. I did not think they brought her back to Iowa. I have moved here to the correct cemetery. Thanks again.
Added by Debbie J on Nov 08, 2013 11:56 AM
|Cindy Kimes||RE: Ignac & Helena Horsky|
Yes, Dave, it's strange why the tombstones are engraved as they are. The burial locations are just as confusing. If you read the note on Louis's Find-A-Grave memorial, it makes one wonder why the HORSKYs were moved to a different cemetery. The only reason I can think of is that Louis's wife, Helen's parents were buried in Czech National. Maybe family wanted everyone together.
|Bill Grother||Clyde Elliot|
Thanks for pointing out my error. The duplicate
has been deleted.
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