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Kenneth D. Tyler (#46830126)
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Bio Photo I have been working on family history since about 1997. I grew up in Bagley (Guthrie County) Iowa and moved to Chicago with my parents when I was 8 years old. I now live in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin. My family connections include Tyler, Safley, Kinyon, Wagner, Brown, Black, Sprague, and French to name a few.
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J Wm Marshall
RE: Wagner Children
You're welcome. Stones are old. Did the best I could.
Added by J Wm Marshall on Jul 29, 2015 2:43 PM
DMD
RE: Isaac Birdsell
Looks like you are correct - I have detatched Emma from Iaasic & also asked that Mary be attached. Thanks for the update
Added by DMD on Jul 01, 2015 3:31 PM
Richard Moore
RE: Richard Newberry Becker
Yes, I know, but first, we have been trying to find connections with the Shanks for some time. I met Florence when I was ten on our first trip back to Nebraska. Cleaning out a storage shed-where my mother kept almost every Christmas card she ever received-there were several cards from Florence.

OK, Uncle Dick also lived in Colorado and ran as gas station before the war. He was buried in Iowa because his wife was buried there. The (not sure of spelling)Damens family plot was in Sanborn and that is where Aunt Stella was buried and Uncle Dick next to her.
Added by Richard Moore on Jun 24, 2015 9:31 AM
Tony May
RE: Carleton Morton
You are very welcome, Kenneth. The activity is fun and the hills give me some good exercise. So thanks for giving me the opportunity to help.

Just wanted to make sure you were aware... Since Marguerite was buried right next to him, I went ahead and took that photo as well.

Thanks again,
Tony
Added by Tony May on Jun 21, 2015 9:23 PM
Michel Nelis
RE: Daniel Henry Blake, Jr.
You`re welcome
Added by Michel Nelis on May 21, 2015 3:40 PM
Ron & Marilyn Rittel
Marilyn L. (Miller) Swanson
You are very welcome.
Added by Ron & Marilyn Rittel on May 17, 2015 5:50 PM
Love My Ancestors
RE: Albert Van Rauselier Tyler
You are welcome. Good luck in your searches.
Added by Love My Ancestors on Apr 17, 2015 2:10 PM
Love My Ancestors
RE: Albert Van Rauselier Tyler
I would be glad too - but you must do it through the edit tab since you didn't give me the memorial # and you didn't add your memorial #. Just making sure I get the correct memorial to the correct person.
Added by Love My Ancestors on Apr 16, 2015 6:25 PM
Sandy Smith Sweeney
RE: Anna Jane (Cain) Coover
Ken - thank you for your reply. I do not know where my grandmother's dad is buried. I will send a note to my dad (Jerome Coover Smith) but I doubt very much that he will know. I will also ask my Aunt Shirley. The person most likely to know the answer, my Aunt Betty just passed away in March.

Forgive me for not understanding this - when you opened up your family tree to me, is it because you and I are related? If so, can you point me to that part of the tree?

Thanks again. I will reply once I've heard from Jerry and Shirley.

Sandy
Added by Sandy Smith Sweeney on Apr 08, 2015 7:17 PM
Jason
RE: Edelbert & earl Auchampach
your welcome
Added by Jason on Apr 08, 2015 11:25 AM
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