|Diane Zabel (#46890112)|
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|I will gladly add any information that anyone wants added to a memorial that I have made. I will transfer to DIRECT relatives (parents and grandparents). I do need information before transfer is made though, your membership number, your name, etc., and how you are related. |
For any memorial I have added I will make family connections. I can only connect to parents, not children. It is quite impressive to see how far the family line can go. I thoroughly enjoy my work with find a grave.
It is my hope the work we are doing, will benefit the next generations in their family tree search.
Thank You each and every one of you that have/will email me corrections.
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|IZ||Robert Kleinman @ Mt. Carmel|
You have requested a photo of the above-referenced grave. The stone has fallen. I do not post photos of fallen stone. If you contact me directly, I will email a photo of the stone.
Added by IZ on May 23, 2016 3:27 PM
|MRB||Civil War Vets|
Diane, please attach this news clip to the memorials of the following CWV, thanks, Mike
Philip Callahan #34032193
Thomas Callahan #34032215
Patrick O'Connell #34089384
Patrick Burke #34030416
The Sumner Gazette, Thursday, June 1, 1922, transcribed by Michael Bowen, MRB, #47351043.
On Monday afternoon Colonel E. H. Burke of the Civil War Veterans and Adjutant Rundle of the American Legion, drove to Pin hook Cemetery and decorated the graves of the following Civil War Veterans: Patrick Burke, Tom Callahan, Philip Callahan, Michael O’Connell and Patrick O’Connell, five of the oldest soldiers in Bremer County. Philip Burke is the father of Colonel Burke.
Added by MRB on May 19, 2016 9:14 AM
|Albert Buelow||Picture of Lucian Weiss and wife|
My name is Albert Buelow and my Find a Grave member number is 47920719. I am quite sure that the picture that is up on the Find a Grave website of a Lucian Weiss, born 26 Nov 1824, died in 1879, and buried in Bremer County, is really a picture of a different Lucian Weiss and his wife. A similar picture, cropped differently, but of the same couple, is posted on the Find a Grave Website for a Friedrich Lucian "Lucian" Weiss, born 16 June 1831, died 25 May 1892, and buried in Webster County. The picture on the Find a Grave website that was created for the Lucian Weiss in Bremer County indicates that the Mr. Lucian Weiss was a delegate from St. Paul's church in Fort Dodge. The convention at which the man in the picture was a delegate was held in Fort Dodge in August of 1879. He was a treasurer for mission funds for area churches. I am the District Archivist for the Iowa District West of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod, and can document the information I have given about the man in the picture. I have received questions about why that picture was put on the Find a Grave website for a Lucian Weiss from Bremer County who died in the year that the convention was held in 1879 in Fort Dodge. It seems clear that the picture was put on that website in error somehow. I would be willing to discuss this matter further if you want further information. Cordially, Albert Buelow
Diane, please add Mary (Maloney) O'Day #131395370 as the mother for John O'Day #34090333; Ellen #34036217; Katherine #34090351; Margaret #34090368; William #34090390 and Thomas #34090303. Thanks, Mike (MRB)
Added by MRB on May 07, 2016 10:34 AM
|Evelyn Evans||Obit you sent me.|
|Carl H Tiedt||Henry Tiedt Civil War|
Hi Diane, The Henry Tiedt that served with Battery H 1st IL Light Artillery was his brother Johann Franz August Tiedt b 1838 d 1893. Johann was married to Caroline Rackow they are buried in St Matthew's Cemetery, Readlyn, IA.
|Thomas Clark||Henry L Harms|
Henry L. Harms was a World War I soldier.
|Tina Mallory||Family Links|
Thanks so much for your speedy edits.
|Tree Leaf||Thank you.|
Thank you for posting the obit for Nicholas Monckton, and the kind acknowledgement. I've just seen it. Thank you for all you do.
If I happen across more will send later.
I was wondering if you would share your information on Merne M Forsyth (27522261) in Mount Calvary Cemetery in Sumner Iowa.
Added by K Stout on Mar 03, 2016 2:21 PM
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