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|If you have time, please leave a flower for two special ladies that were part of my life, my grandmother who got me started in genealogy and my mother who passed away too early and because of this gave me my drive to want to know where I came from. Thank you and may God bless you.|
Capt Robert Paul Schott and the rest of the 304th Rescue Squadron aircrew members, who lost their lives on board aircraft King 56, while performing a training mission on the night of November 22, 1996.
These men were Citizen Soldiers committed to the preservation of the heritage of their nation. Because of this tragedy, we lost some of the soul of our country. You will not be forgotten.
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|Kim Carstens Piehl||Marie Breitbach Maehren|
Would like to mange my great aunt. Could you transfer her over to me?
|Anonymous||Thomas P Dutcher|
Thomas P. and Emily Dutcher had 3 other children together: James Dutcher, Eva Jane Dutcher Peake and Eliza Dutcher Card. James and Eliza are both buried in Portland and Eva Jane in Danby. Could you please list the children under their parents? Thomas also had a child by his first wife, Martha, who lived with him and Emily.
|Aret||Elizabeth DeGroot Oakley Death|
Elizabeth DeGroot Oakley died 26 Dec 1885. This can be verified by her obituary published in the Salt Lake Herald dated 27 Dec 1885. Go to Utah Digital Newspapers.
Added by Aret on Feb 10, 2014 2:00 PM
|Gary Loftus||Niels (Nils) Helliksson Lofthus|
I would sure be pleased to find the grave of my Great Grandfather Niels (Nils) Helliksson Lofthus .
I found Nellie Lofthus at Bethel Lutheran Cemetery Nellie is the daughter for Niels and Margretha Lofthus who died at 3 years old in a fire.. Niels died in Winger, Polk County in 1909 at the age of 57. He operated a creamery in Winger for many years. He was a Lutheran church member and I would sure be pleased if someone could find where he is buried and any info on him.
Thanks in advance
I would like to add the photo of Lot Smith (# 23981985)to my family tree on Ancestry. He was the husband of Julia Ann Smith (nee) his 3rd wife.my 7th cousin 3x removed, not close but still family.
Ann Rogenski #4713347
|Richard A Bergh||I think we may be related|
my grandparents where Martin and Karren Bergh, whom had farm in Buffalo County north of Mondovi,WI in township of Drammen. I do have several picture and I'm as far back as year 1254
I now live in International Falls, MN. I'm Zone 1 Director for The Sons of Norway. and president of Vinland Lodge 1-193 , in I Falls.
Please contact me
|Eileen Tucker||Obituary for Juliette Cazier|
I have a obituary for Juliette Cazier that was in the paper when she died. I need your email address to send it to you. Or, I would put it on if it were transferred to me. She was my great great grandmother through William Jefferson, William Walter, and William Jay who was my father. Eileen@QuincyTuckers.com.
|Colin E.||Pvt David Pettegrew|
Do you think your David Pettegrew in Salt Lake City cemetery could have had another wife? My 3ed GG Elizabeth Atterbury Edwards is purported to have married him as her 3rd husband sometime after 1845. According to the SLC Cemetery records, she is buried in Plot B-5-9-5EW2, born in Chester, Carolina on Aug 30, 1790 and died July 16, 1858. Her 1st husband, a Mr Hudspeth, died in Alabama. Her 2nd husband, Thomas Edwards (my 3rd GG), stayed in Illinois when Elizabeth west west in 1845 or 1846. Colin Edwards
Added by Colin E. on Dec 04, 2013 12:49 PM
|EBL Call||Samuel Thompson|
There are two birth years listed for this man. I believe 1815 in an error. Thank you for your investigation and correction. EBLCall
Added by EBL Call on Nov 22, 2013 9:52 PM
|Rolaine Grant King||Lee-Lawson cemetery|
Since only one person is listed as in this New Harmony Cemetery it might be the right time to change the name of the New Harmony pioneer cemetery to the Lee-Lawson cemetery, It was on Lawson farm land but fence around it and upkeep is done by the Lee family on the farm now owned by Pace's, converts to the Mormon church with John D Lee the missionary who brought the message to them.
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