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I am happy to make transfers to relatives if I am not related. If you are related and have information to add or links, please request a transfer. I am trying to get my entries in NW Greene county placed with their families. If I have a connection I will let you know, otherwise, I will transfer.
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You maintain memorials for John and Mary (Miller) Pritchard in Fivemile Cemetery, Saunemin.
I have recently come across a memorial for Martha Pritchard Albin (#57741306) which says her parents were from Illinois, having those same names.
It would appear that if these are actually her parents, Mary may have died from complications of childbirth, as her death comes less than a month following Martha's birth.
If you know this to be true, I thought you would be interested in finding Martha's resting place and also in linking her to her parents.
|alesia wells||fullington,eslick family n more|
i am happy to find my other family .it means alot to me ,thank u
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I have been doing some family history for a friend. I found some information that may be added to a memorial. I believe Leona E. Schrader, from Find A Grave Memorial # 67697910, is Leona E. Trembley Schrader (1917-1979). She was married to Rex P Schrader (1915 – 2001), from Find A Grave Memorial# 67697924. If you are not the right source for this information, I am sorry to have disturbed you.
My friend is actually a Babbitt relative. Her maternal great grandfather was William Cyrus Babbitt. I was doing Ancestry research for her on the Durhams of Maine and discovered Lois Durham Babbitt was buried in Kansas City, KS, just a few miles from me.
So yesterday we made a day of eating lunch then prowling the grave yard. I am certain Lois and John have a stone but all the stones in that area of the row are so weathered that they are illegible. I failed to take a photo but will go back and do that. It is a lovely old cemetery that the county now takes care of and it is in a bad part of town but I think it was quite the cemetery in its day.
What a happy surprise to see the transfers of those I sent in SACs for. I very much appreciate your thoughtfulness.
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I can not remember if I told you thank you for transferring Nina Austin to me. If not I am sorry, if I already did I thank you again.
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