|Stephen P. Burke (#46559280)|
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|I always been interested in cemeteries, and family history. My work on my family history started in 1978. I worked most of my life in manufacturing, starting in Production and eventually ending in Quality Assurance. I retired in 2010, after working for 40 years and doing a tour in the United States Air Force, during the Vietnam War. Enjoy checking out cemeteries and working on my family history. On father's side is: Banister, Bracken, Burke, Mappin, Rogers, Williams. On my mother's side there are Peterson, Johnson, Johannesson, Petersdotter, Sill, Swanson, Edwards, Holmes, Schumacher, and Sundlop, just to mention a few. These families are a mixture of Irish and Swedish, which makes for some interesting times. I am a member of the McDonough County Genealogy Society, and was inducted into the "Sons of the Amercian Revolution" in May 2012.|
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|maplehill||think these are duplicates|
Stephen, I'm sorry I didn't get the write numbers but I was trying to ask you to take a look at memorials 60005461 and 61572477. I think they are both Jessie Hattie Yeager Banister and I think these are duplicate records. Maybe one record could be created that had information from both.
|maplehill||is this a duplicate entry|
I'm writing to ask if this is a duplicate entry of the record you have of Jessie
They are both listed, can they be combined into one?
|Jacki Klawonn||Sending Edits|
I am sending some edits to you for plot location of some memorials in Andover Township cemetery.
I am in hopes that with these plot locations listed, it might cause a little less confusion for relatives looking for ancestors in the Andover cemeteries.
Thanks for bearing with me on this and thanks for everything else you have helped me with.
|Jacki Klawonn||RE: Clara Peterson Lofgren|
It was no problem. I'm just glad that she's been found.
|Mary Simonelli||RE: Caroline White Council|
Stephen, First, thank you for letting me take stewardship of Caroline Council's memorial. It is very kind of you. I wish you had kept the credit for your original memorial and done a transfer - you were the first memorial, and your name should have remained.
I was planning to consolidate the information from the two memorials, then delete mine, so your name remained on the memorial. I did find Caroline's parents' memorials, who I had not put in her memorial yet, and linked them to her. Did you have other information on Caroline (for example, any bio information)?
Thank you again, for your generosity! Mary
|Mary Simonelli||RE: Joseph Culver Council|
Joe is not a blood relative of mine, but I knew him personally when I was a child. He was my aunt's father, and my aunt, Norabel Council Russel, and her husband / my blood uncle, William Gallaher Russel, lived next door to Joe and Caroline Council, Norabel's parents. My father and brother are buried near WGR and Norabel and her parents in Oak Ridge. My family and I clean off their graves there when we visit. Joe died when I was 11.
I just noticed, last night, that there was no Find A Grave memorial for Joe, so I made one and put in a picture I had of his headstone. I forgot to check Find A Grave for Caroline; I assumed she had no memorial either, so I made one. I just found out, this morning, that you already had put a memorial up for her.
I suspect we are probably not related, except through marriage, unless you are connected to the Russel, Nicol, Gallaher, Neat, or Leib families. My family does have roots in central Illinois going back almost 200 years.
Let me know what you want to do about Caroline's memorial. Your memorial does say Carolina, but I think her proper name was Caroline, as it is on her headstone.
Bye for now. Mary
|Mary Simonelli||Caroline Council|
Hi! I added a memorial for Caroline last night, after seeing there was no memorial for her husband, Joe. I did not see that there was your memorial there - forgot to check. Caroline is my aunt's Norabel Russel's mother, and I would love to keep her memorial in my family group. Would you consider a transfer? I could consolidate the information and pictures. I would remove my new memorial and add my information to the transferred memorial, keeping your name as the creator of the memorial.
If that is unacceptable to you, I will edit my information into your current memorial. Let me know. Thanks. Mary
|Rives||RE: FAG 91719903|
I do have Rhoads/Rhodes relatives. I will transfer to you if you would like so you can add info. I don't know why I don't get written edits through my email.
Added by Rives on Mar 29, 2015 2:24 AM
|HJ||RE: FAG #6827684|
Thank you for your note. I am aware of the discrepancy. The drop down does not allow for me to enter DOB as having occurred in Shepherdstown, Frederick County, Virginia. Find A Grave is set up so that entries can only be made for currently existing locations, so that people can find the graves. I realize that interferes with historical accuracy, but I can do nothing about it, except make a notation in the bio section. I will be happy to do that for you. Thanks, again!
Added by HJ on Mar 26, 2015 4:16 PM
|BjJ||RE: John Orendorff|
Thank you! :)
Added by BjJ on Mar 21, 2015 5:04 PM
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