|Allan Joyce (#46514124)|
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I have been tracing the various branches of my family tree and my spouse's for around 35 years now, and have always had a keen interest in small family cemeteries.|
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Beckey Russell ..., Brian, Carole Conrad, Chris Strautnie..., Dave Cowell, deegraver, Erin Proctor, Grave Hunters, Helen Cobb Rehm, isabel, Jan Bellard, Jean , John Field Pank..., Kim R, LCT, Lin, LJBC, LuvMyTurtles, Rich Kreiss, Richard Parker, [View all Find A Grave Friends...]
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|PBadtram||RE: Goldie Seymore|
You are very welcome! I appreciate your acknowledgment.
Added by PBadtram on May 23, 2016 7:43 PM
|Judy Grubb||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 155070827|
Sorry, I am not related He is the father-in-law of my 9th cousin.
|Neil D Scheidt||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 28617684|
My pleasure, thanks for writing
|labs2006||Lucy Kimble Killam|
Thank you for the transfer. I haven't worked on this line too much. If I find any info. I'd be glad to share. Looks like you have done lots of work on them. Thanks for all you do for us findagravers!
Added by labs2006 on Apr 17, 2016 12:31 PM
|Rocky Moore||John Moore, Dorothy Barber Moore|
Im trying to find out if this is the same Dorothy Moore, can you help?
|Wendy McIntosh||John Walker|
I agree with you reasoning for further research! Let me know what you find.
Actually Linwood is on a bluff overlooking the river so hopefully the water would never get that high. Most of Dubuque would be under water if it got that high.
Added by Jesse on Mar 09, 2016 8:07 AM
thks for the correction
I corrected it for carol felts.
my folks and I loved tj. I wanted to be sure he is remembered.
|D||Bertha Pauline Norman Patton|
#47069758 and #136518103 Are these two people one and the same? One record has Bertha Pauline and the other record has Pauline Bertha. After looking at the info I believe they are the same person. Can you verify this?
Added by D on Jan 04, 2016 11:38 AM
|Darrell Landrum||RE: Florence Currier|
You're welcome Allan. If you ever have the chance to visit the Old City Cemetery, especially from May thru October, it is a must see. A number of people and organizations from our fair city have turned it into what is now called a "Gravegarden". Incredible varieties of plants, trees and the number of different species of roses is unbelievable.
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