|Stephen Ranum (#46897796)|
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I've been doing Genealogy since 1995. I have over 7100 people in my database, and of course, it keeps on growing. My relatives are from Colorado, Nebraska, Minnesota, Iowa, Texas, and Mississippi for the first few generations. My main list of surnames are: Ranum, Hargrove, Miller, Wilson,Chmela, Bray, Gray, Fulmer, Viken Sørlien, Volsacha, Risher, Hartman, Scott, Merritt to name a few.|
I have cataloged and/or photographed the following cemeteries:
EL PASO COUNTY
United States Air Force Academy Cemetery (2007)
Reflection Pointe (2011)
Floral Ridge (2010)
FALL RIVER COUNTY
State Veterans Home - Hot Springs(2010)
Elk Vale (2007)
Valley View - Blackhawk (2007)
Elm Springs (2007)
Lakeside Cemetery (2010)
Balogh Family Cemetery (2007)
Old Iowa Settlement Cemetery (2007)
Harney Peak Ranger Lookout (2007)
William Coogan Gravesite (2009)
Mount Calvary Cemetery (2009)
Mountain View Cemetery (2009)
Bell Park Cemetery (2010)
Owanka Cemetery (2010)
Viewfield Cemetery (2010)
Hill City Cemetery (2010)
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|Bruce Gordon||RE: George Buchanan, Mountain View, Rapid City|
So I'm guessing that as there is no picture associated with the memorial a monument was not found.
I'll reach-out to Ellen and the Rapid City genealogical society as well.
Thanks again for all the work you've put in over the years. I'm working on a Pioneer Cemetery in my home area and can appreciate just how much work is entailed.
|Bruce Gordon||George Buchanan, Mountain View, Rapid City|
I'm tracing George Buchanan a descendant of a pioneer preacher in Canada who died 28 Mar 1897 at Keystone just outside Rapid City.
I know the year of death as 1897 from a family history and records from Behrens Mortuary show a George Buchanan who died 28 Mar 1897 being transferred "Plateau to La Varne, MN" 6 Jul 1903.
Plateau Cemetery existed in Rapid City until it was closed in 1929 and the remains were placed in a mass grave at Mountain View Cemetery.
You have created a record for George's wife Anna Cecilia McCain "Mrs. Anna Buchanan" who died 22 Oct 1919 at Cleveland at Mountain View and one of their daughters Lucy Bell (Buchanan) Lewis is also interred there.
I find it likely that the memorial you created for the aforementioned George is the one I am seeking and suspect the date you have recorded is the date he was interred at Mountain View.
Could you shed some light on what sources you used when recording Mountain View?
|Julie Stevens||Owanka Cemetery|
Stephen can you tell me if there are any stones visible in the Owanka cemetery in Pennington county, South Dakota?
Thanks in advance
Thank you for the tombstone photo for Georgene McIntyre.
Thanks so much for the quick transfer! That is very much appreciated. Keep up the great work on this site.
|Linda J. Morris||Schnepp|
Hi I am from a Schnepp that I think this family is from but no proof.
1- Donald F. Schnepp was from Iowa.
2- His mother is listed on the Calif. death list as McKinney.
3- There was a baby, Catherine Schnepp born and died in Missouri. Listed on the death certificate is John Schnepp Iowa and wife McKinney. But she was taken back to Nebraska to be buried.
Now to my knowledge, all the Schnepp's in Iowa and Nebraska are from the same family.
What I am in hopes of is you being one of them. Please would you contact me. I have a Schnepp family going back to 1731 with loads of Rev.War Vets and who knows how many other war vets.
|Sheri Lungren||Nancy Snow|
Thank you so very much!! You are so kind to do this.
|Anne S.||Pvt Curvin Marsh|
Father is Jacob Bittenbender Marsh
B. Jul 01, 1833 in Sciota, Monroe,Pa
D. Dec 20 1881 in Brodheadsville, Monroe, Pa.
Cannot locate where he is buried
Married Feb 02, 1858 to Emma Rees Marsh
Added by Anne S. on Sep 23, 2016 9:48 AM
|deanna french||FAll River;Civil War Soldiers/ photos|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and at present am working on a project to identify the last resting places of many "old soldiers' that had ties to Vt.Samuel Blair and Samuel Preston are two such patriots. May I use the photo's that you have contributed to their Find A Grave Memorials. to post on the Vt.C.W. site? (www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
Thank you for the transfers of memorials for several distant ancestors AND all your "Good Works" that allow us to find the resting place of many other "lost" relatives.
Added by Troth on Aug 12, 2016 3:27 PM
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