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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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|Sunflower Lady||Walter Barney # 10451193|
I have been researching Walter Barney's (1819-1917) name. I can find no records with a middle name. I think someone has just added the Warren or Warden to FamilyTree and Findagrave. Was it that way when you received maintenance? He has a LDS membership, death cert., battalion and other documents and histories with just Walter. Walter Warden Barney (1850-1926) was his son and Walter Warren Barney (1881-1920) was his grandson. Just thought I would point this out. Do you think a correction should be made? Are you related to him? I am related to his wife, Caroline Haws. Thank you, Sharon Haws Jewkes (Sunflower Lady)
|Jennifer Benson||Major Howard Egan|
Thank you for the well written an very accurate life sketch of Major Howard Egan.
|LeeAnn Waltz||RE: Calvary Cemetery|
You are welcome. I plan to take another photo when there is no snow and it is sunnier. LeeAnn
|MJ's FamilyTree||Isaac Allred -b. 1788 -d. 1870|
How are you connected to this Isaac Allred?
His Find A Grave #146675
This Isaac Allred is my 3 Great Grandfather on my mother's side of the family.
I was able to go to the Spring City Pioneer Cemetery in Spring City Cemetery to visit his grave.
Thank you for maintaining his Find A Grave Memorial page.
|Susan Stone||Flora Adelia Stone Cuttin and husband Albert Lucius Cutting.|
So glad you used my great grandfather's (Charles Willis Stone) photos of his sister and her husband. Do you have their obituary notices.
|Ed Miller||Beulah M. Schott Cardelli|
Find A Grave Memorial# 150957337
|Colorado||Thayne Wyoming Cemetery|
Hi! I am presently here in Thayne (my husband and I travel full time in a motor home) and looked up the cemetery here. I am in the process of taking photos of the remaining names in the cemetery whose headstone photos are not yet posted. I have added 5 so far this morning and will be going back out today to try to finish up the remaining headstone pictures including those that requested photos.
As we travel around the country I try to go to every cemetery where we are and take pictures to get them out here. I have posted quite a few pictures so far for various cemeteries.
I went to the library here in Thayne and they do not have any info on local genealogy so I was wondering if you would mind if I created a binder with the cemetery info that included the pictures that have been posted on findagrave as well as the stories/obits that are out there on these people. They could then keep the binder in the library for anyone who is looking for family.
Let me know if you are okay with this.
Kay Morgan Fischer
Added by Colorado on Aug 15, 2015 3:37 PM
|Darrell Knowles||Transfer of memorial management|
I am requesting a transfer of the memorial of my grandmother, Laura Matilda Baugh, #21793660,
to me, #47674344.
|Steven Baxter||Corp Wm Squire|
Please recheck your biography of William Squire, buried in Saint George, UT. He is correctly shown as the son of Phillip Squire and Agnes Parker, and being married to Maria Morrell. His death date is also correct. However, considering that he arrived in New Orleans on 24 Apr 1854, he could not have served in the Mormon Battalion. It would be nice to have this legacy attached to my 2GGFather, but it is not his. (Note that there are both Squire and Squires families that have lived in Saint George since the late 1800s).
|James Stuart||Green Lively|
I searched Welcome Home cemetery for Green Lively but could not find a marker. I did find a G.B. Lively born Aug. 13, 1802 Died Aug. 7, 1898 in Copenhagen Prairie cemetery. could this be him.
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