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DPlus9 (#46635247)
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Bio Photo Rules that I operate by:
1. I only post memorials that I've seen (and usually photographed) after walking a cemetery. I will not post a memorial off of a cemetery list or obituary.
2. I try to photograph every memorial I post. I don't always post photos, because it's too time consuming to do so for all the memorials I've posted. If you request a photo of one of the memorials I've posted, I most likely already have one.
3. I will never claim a photo request in advance. I am often frustrated when I have a photo ready to post, but find someone has already laid claim to the request, but has not posted anything (especially during the winter).
4. I will happily transfer any memorial I've posted to anyone with a greater claim on the memorial than I have. So far, I have not turned anyone down that has requested a transfer.
5. I will get to your requested corrections as soon as I can - I do this in batches about every 2-3 weeks. Be patient.
6. I generally won't copy obits into memorials; you can always ask, however.
7. I try not to be competitive. I'm not trying to post more memorials or volunteer pictures than anyone else. Another reason why I won't claim a photo in advance.
8. Don't ask me to remove a duplicate memorial if I posted my memorial first. I hate it when people post memorials off of lists without checking first for dupes (which usually results in multiple dupes).
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Richard McLean
Euphemia Maria Dulle
Euphemia is actually buried in the St Bernards Cemetery in Albers, IL
Added by Richard McLean on Oct 14, 2014 3:33 PM
Gail Helton
Sophie Kissel #27395442
Would you consider transferring this memorial to me?
I'm a distant relative, but I have a whole bunch of information to add to this memorial. First, the maiden name you have for Sophia is not what you have listed. I also have her parents names, place of birth and place of death. In addition, I have when she was married. If you do not want to transfer this to me, I would be happy to supply you with all this information....just let me know.
Take care,
Gail Karch Helton
Added by Gail Helton on Aug 06, 2014 4:43 PM
Gail Helton
Sophie Kissel #27395442
Would you consider transferring this memorial to me?
I'm a distant relative, but I have a whole bunch of information to add to this memorial. First, the maiden name you have for Sophia is not what you have listed. I also have her parents names, place of birth and place of death. In addition, I have when she was married. If you do not want to transfer this to me, I would be happy to supply you with all this information....just let me know.
Take care,
Gail Karch Helton
Added by Gail Helton on Aug 06, 2014 4:43 PM
Bob Rowe
RE: Irma Berndt
It was my pleasure to help you.
Added by Bob Rowe on Jun 15, 2014 6:01 AM
John Sutherland
RE: Alice Holmes
DPlus9,

Glad to help. It seems all of the Holmes graves in Mountain View have now been photographed, so you should be good to go.

Best regards,

John
Added by John Sutherland on May 28, 2014 6:54 PM
Harvey Bell
RE: Herman Burhkuhl
Thanks!

Any suggestions for listings of Washington Co., IL Burials?

Harvey
Added by Harvey Bell on May 03, 2014 9:56 AM
Anonymous
Ethelora Walker
Thank you so much for the photo! I'm so glad there was a break in the awful weather and you were able to do it. The family Bible and all the research my grandmother did back in the 40s and 50s said her name was Etheldra. It's kind of hard to read the name in the photo, but it's good to know what her real name was. There is a list, too, of her siblings, most of whom have equally odd names, with only a Samuel or George or so here and there. Thank you again!
Added by Anonymous on Mar 06, 2014 7:11 PM
David Coward
RE: Edward Little, Louise Borup, Ethel Lynch
I am reasonably certain this John Lynch (1891-1964) is the one who married Ethel May (Little) Manning (1891-1923) on 7 February 1920 in Hennepin County, MN. Unfortunately, the Jan. 1920 census doesn't list them together (it was 1-2 weeks before their marriage), and she died before the 1930 census--which lists him as widowed, as does the 1940 census. His death certificate lists his presumed second wife as Corinne Lynch, whom I can find no confirming information for. Ethel had been first married to Patrick J. Manning (1869-1959) in 1908 when she was but 16 and he was 39. And in terms of Harry Albert Little, Edward "Archie" Little's first child with Louise Borup (1882-1965), he was listed as born 11 Nov. 1900, though their marriage record indicates 6 Aug. 1901 in Minneapolis, MN. He died 21 December 1967 in Kitsap County, Washington. HIs widow, Beatrice Bock Little (1901-1989) died 22 years later. They had two daughters whom I presume are both alive, though quite elderly.
Added by David Coward on Mar 02, 2014 9:40 AM
David Coward
RE: Edward Little, Louise Borup, Ethel Lynch
Fairly distant, by marriage.
Added by David Coward on Feb 24, 2014 5:42 PM
Vickye Blatherwick
priscilla Higgins Memorial
Thank you for the transfer, I have linked her to her husband, who was buried in Missouri.
Added by Vickye Blatherwick on Feb 18, 2014 11:03 AM
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