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Big $TICK
Add maiden name to Libbie Oatney


Fellow FINDAGRAVER:

Oliver Marion Oatney married Libbie J. (Stickel) on 12 Oct 1884 in Arapahoe, Furnas Co., Nebraska. Libbie was born 3 July 1862 in (unknown town and county)Wisconsin. Of all this information forward to you tonight, could you add her surname to your obituary for me; tanx's in advance.
Thanks for what you do for FINDAGRAVE, its appreciated by many. With regards,

Big $TICK
FIND A GRAVE member #46833858
Madison, AL 35758
Added by Big $TICK on Mar 29, 2014 12:49 AM
ram
RE: Aldred
www.iagenweb.org/obrien/
Needs some navigation, but there are about 1000 obits and they are searchable by surname. Good Luck.
Added by ram on Sep 25, 2013 7:16 PM
Janet Erdman
RE: Briggs
You are very welcome!!!
Added by Janet Erdman on Jul 02, 2013 9:24 PM
Suzanne Franklin
Ames in Marcus Cemetery
Hello:
I am so sorry to be contacting you this way but am hoping that you would be willing to help me with a question I have. Might you be willing to tell me the source you used to show all the Ames family in the Marcus-Amherst Cemetery? I want to attach the record name/source to the research I'm working on. Moses and Ellen had two young children before they even left IL and they are buried in unmarked graves. I am just cross referencing in my personal research work.
Thank you for taking the time to read this and consider my question.
Sincerely,
Sue Franklin
Added by Suzanne Franklin on Jul 01, 2013 10:46 AM
DianaR
RE: Anna Droll
Hi ~
There is a great resource on the web for this cemetery:
http://madison.illinoisgenweb.org/cemeteries/troycemetery.html#Top

She was right there with her husband - same monument - but on the back side. It is dark and fairly hard to read, but since I knew were to look, it wasn't too hard :-)

Diana Ritchie
Added by DianaR on May 27, 2013 3:22 PM
Janet Erdman
RE: Edna Abel
You are welcome!!! Are you the one who requested all the Abel's that were listed? We didn't find Ethel and John's since our time was limited but sometime will look again.
Added by Janet Erdman on May 25, 2013 7:14 AM
Bismarck
RE: Felix Droll
You are very welcome. Now I need to go back and try to find Anna. Sadly, I don't believe her marker is there, or is not legible. But I will give it another try.
Added by Bismarck on Feb 16, 2013 8:29 PM
Troll's Bridge
RE: Aldred
I do not know the Aldreds, and I do not remember how I found them. I must have come across the family and left them a token while I was looking for my family in Iowa. I have been looking for
Maassen, and Andresen in Oakland, Atlanic, Avoca, and Lewis Iowa. I often see people I do not know and leave a token. Have a nice week end.
Cindy
Added by Troll's Bridge on Aug 24, 2012 8:39 PM
Dean Key
RE: Aldred
You are welcome!
Added by Dean Key on May 29, 2012 7:28 PM
Jeannine (Booton) Hall
Booton's
Thanks PhotoQueen! No wonder the cemetery did not have any record of William. Who would've thunk it would be in one across the road. Good eye! Thanks for the photos!!!!! Love ya!
Added by Jeannine (Booton) Hall on May 23, 2012 3:16 PM
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