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Donna (Endorf) Londeen (#46515409)
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Bio Photo I am a genealogical researcher Rutland Co., VT area. Always glad to hear from other researchers.
Headstones don't last forever. We need to get good digital photos of all the old ones.

If I have accidently added a duplicate, please let me know and I will promptly remove it.
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James Blodgett
Rennselaer and Betsey Wright photo request
Thank you for taking the time to photograph the gravestone for Rennselaer and Betsey Adams Wright. A number of people related to the Wrights have posed questions over the past couple of weeks as to where some of the Wright family is buried in and around Rutland, Vermont, and Whitehall, New York. You answered one question as to Rennselaer and Betsey.
Added by James Blodgett on Aug 22, 2015 2:04 PM
klassikat
RE: Fred Heyen
Hi, So confusing huh. No, I don't need obits as I'm not related. I wonder if you should add him back at Buck Horn and just link him to his wife and put notes. That way if someone is looking for him...they'll find him and her. Just my thoughts. Who knows what happened between his death and her death since there was such a gap. Take care.
Added by klassikat on Aug 20, 2015 1:05 PM
klassikat
RE: Fred Heyen
Hi, Interesting about the obit info. I wonder...could one of them be a cenotaph? Just a thought. Guess the only way to really know for sure is to contact both cemeteries. But guess you've done the best you can. Thanks for letting me know what happened.

Take care.
Added by klassikat on Aug 19, 2015 3:28 PM
Heather (~.~)
Thomas McKinney
Hi Donna,

Are you related to Thomas McKinney memorial #20663509? His brother Samuel was my great-great-grandfather. I'd love to know anything you may know about this family.
Added by Heather (~.~) on Aug 18, 2015 12:25 PM
Illona Jensen
124172924 Veva Allen Jarnagin
Your Find A Grave Memorial# 124172924 Veva Brown Jarnagin is the same person as Find A Grave Memorial# 131959409 Veva Allen, only they didn't account for her 2nd mg to Jarnagin.
Veva A Brown 1st md George Clarence Allen (not Clarence BROWN, as you have written) 19 Nov 1902. G C Allen is Find A Grave Memorial# 131959407 and died in 1918. Veva & Clarence Allen's 6 mo old daughter, Carolyn (probably after George's mother, Caroline), is Find A Grave Memorial# 96138979.Their son George Eugene Allen is Find A Grave Memorial# 43849149. All are in the same cemetery.
Maybe you know how to link them together. That would be awesome!

Name: G C Allen
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 19 Nov 1902
Event Place: , Jasper, Iowa, United States
Age: 25
Father's Name: Geo W Allen
Mother's Name: Caroline Stoll
Spouse's Name: Veva Brown
Spouse's Age: 23
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1879
Spouse's Father's Name: Melvin Brown
Spouse's Mother's Name: Clara Huddleston
GS Film Number: 001034511
Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934

Citing this Record
"Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KLWG-ZPL : accessed 21 July 2015), G C Allen and Veva Brown, 19 Nov 1902; citing , Jasper, Iowa, United States, county courthouses, Iowa.
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I have lots of other sources for Veva A Brown and her 1st husband George Clarence Allen, if you or anyone, are interested. They are listed on familysearch.org (ID # L6QM-87M) or ancestry.com under William Howard Lee family tree.
Thanks for all your diligence and hard work, so those of us researching can find people!
Added by Illona Jensen on Jul 21, 2015 3:57 PM
Karen Wingard
Realtives
Hi Donna, I was checking Find A Grave's Site. My Grandfather was Harvey Franklin Crosson. On his page I found a Red Rose and your name. I had requested a photo of his Headstone but haven't heard anything. Are you going to take a photo of his stone? I just wondered why your name and a Red Rose was on his site? My Grandmother is Hattie Rebecca Lenker (Crosson). I requested a photo of her stone also. Could you get back an E-Mail me and let me know on this info? My E- Mail is: quester11@comcast.net My name is Karen. I'm the Grandaughter of Harvey and Hattie. I would appreciate any info. you can find. Thank-You so very much,
Added by Karen Wingard on Jul 21, 2015 10:07 AM
dee cam
RE: McKinney
WOW sounds meant to be
I wonder if the family finally got around to putting the stones in?
Thanks again
deecam
Added by dee cam on Jul 16, 2015 5:45 PM
dee cam
RE: Findagrave request
You found Margaret McKinney and her son Hugh
They should have been somewhere near the Cole stones.
Hugh Broughton Cole and Margaret Broughton McKinney were brother & sister.
Hugh Cole was my mother's step-father, but the only father she knew. He was in our lives until I was about 15.
Thanks again,
deecam
Added by dee cam on Jul 14, 2015 2:53 PM
dee cam
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Hi again, Donna,
If you are from Rutland area, what were you doing in Salem, NY area. Just curious.
I have a cousin just north of you, whom I met thru ancestry just 3 years ago.
My great grandfather had a summer home in North Hero, VT
Most of that family were from Albany area and earlier, farther west in NY
deecam
Added by dee cam on Jul 13, 2015 1:26 PM
dee cam
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Tank you, Donna!
After all these years when another photo volunteer told me the gravesite didn't exist, you found them.
I am ever so grateful.
deecam
Added by dee cam on Jul 13, 2015 1:21 PM
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