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|I have three sons, two grandsons and have been married for 35 years. My hobbies include genealogy, scrapbooking and flower gardening. I am interested in the following families: Smith, Schmitt, Nix, Kistner, Gorrell, Brewer, Crouse, Cooley, Heady, Fisher, Lawless, Wagner, and Spannagel.|
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|Suzy & Rob||RE: Lulu B. Johnson|
I just got off the phone with Fairmount. I am working with the photo volunteer that does most of the request there. There are, indeed, two Lulu Johnson's buried at Fairmount. The one who died in 1945 is buried outside in the grounds. The one who died in 1966 is in the Mausoleum as is Clarence. So, in order to make it easy for the photo volunteer, I made a memorial for your great-aunt that places her in the Mausoleum and did a photo request for her. I hope that is ok. I did it because the volunteer is planning to go out this afternoon so I wanted to be sure she got the right photo for you.
|Suzy & Rob||RE: Lulu B. Johnson|
I don't think we have the same Lulu Johnson. I got the information for the memorial I created from the Fairmount Sexton Records at the Denver Public Library. You can find a digital copy here:
Lulu B. Johnson is listed at the top of page 772. These records were copied by the LDS church in 1953 so I don't see how this could be your great aunt since she was still living when the records were copied. Fairmount is a huge cemetery and both names Lulu and Johnson were fairly common at that time.
Sorry I can't be of more help but I think you can safely make your own memorial for your great aunt using the dates that Fairmount gave you.
|John H. Boldrey||Ira Franklin Boldrey|
Jeanne, I just found where you found information about my grandfather in a 1946 newspaper called the Mentor-Democrat Newspaper from Jasper County, illinois in 1946. Is there any way I can get a copy of this. I know it has been a long since you posted the information, but I sure would like to have the any info I can find about him. Thank you so much.
John H. Boldrey
|Betty Evans||Merlie and Lucinda Workman|
Thank you for taking and posting the photos of my ancestors grave markers.
|Betty Evans||Milo Williams|
I believe you have posted the wrong link and picture for Milo as it shows Workman rather than Williams.
|Rick Ervin||RE: John Cook|
You did a great job, and I am deeply indepted. Thank You.
Hugh Cook, is me Uncle.
Again, Thank You. =D
Thanks so much Jeanne! Alan
Added by Alan on Jun 21, 2014 11:00 AM
Hi. Does anyone know if Jeanne is still active in Find A Grave? Thanks, Alan
Added by Alan on Jun 19, 2014 8:24 PM
|Alan||Mary A. Smith|
Hi Jeanne. I just submitted a name edit for my great-grandmother. Her middle name is Adeline and maiden is Tilroe. Thanks, Alan
Added by Alan on Jun 08, 2014 2:03 PM
|Myrna||Mrs.Jacobs father, Samuel Lowry Sibbett|
Jeanne: Obviously, it's your call as to the proper name for Maud's father. I know you must have some doubt as a newspaper clipping is never a primary source - I also realize you are not going to prove the lineage of all those you record. The only proof I have is family Bibles etc. plus various census' and the State of Ilinois records online. Could we compromise and satisfy both our genealogical concerns and add that the father's name "might" be Samuel Lowry Sibbett?
I'll go with your final decision. No matter what, I appreciate all the recording work you've done and for doing an especially fine job with Maud's record.
Added by Myrna on May 20, 2013 2:50 PM
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