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Ed Cline (#46941074)
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Bio Photo This is an extension of my genealogy hobby. If I should enter someone that is not related to myself or my wife I would be more than glad to reunite them with their own family.
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RE: Hugh Miller Keller
Hi Ed,
I'm not sure but would that make us 3rd cousins 2+? I have some information regarding Hugh's service. Would it be OK to add to his memorial? If so how do I go about that? Wilma
Added by wilma on Feb 02, 2015 7:41 AM
Hugh Keller
In your bio, you indicated that you are related to the people you put on the web-site. If so, how are you or your wife related to Hugh Keller. He was my 2nd great grandfather. I just submitted my papers to the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Thomasville, GA Chapter, using Hugh Miller. I have more on his service that I would like to add to his memorial. Thanks, Wilma
Added by wilma on Feb 01, 2015 10:14 AM
Thanks for the transfer
Added by MB on Jan 22, 2015 11:20 AM
Allen D. Jackson, USAF (Ret)
RE: Harrison Hopkins
Ed, Thank you for the transfer and I've added his grave marker and a short bio. I'm still trying to find some more family history on him, but he's a hard one to track down. I do know his nephew Ernest Lee Hopkins (Williams Cemetery) was in Co H, 8th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division during WWII and was working for the Clinchfield Railroad in Erwin, Unicoi County, TN when he died. Thanks again and I'll take you up on that offer when I run across any other veterans I'm working on that you have started their memorial. Sincerely, Allen
Added by Allen D. Jackson, USAF (R... on Jan 10, 2015 10:08 AM
Hunt Self
RE: Levi & Philip Plonk

Thanks for the reply. Appreciate your taking the time.
Added by Hunt Self on Jan 04, 2015 7:36 AM
Hunt Self
Levi & Philip Plonk
Ed. My name is Hunt Self. Am descendent of Plonk lineage and wondered if you could help with a question concerning these two folks above. I have found them as siblings to MAry Elvira Plonk Coulter, for whom you posted in "Find A Grave". From your entry here, and from others I have seen here, Levi & Philip are not shown as her siblings. I have also found Philip listed as son of Joseph Plonk who is the brother of Dr Jacob K Plonk - the father referenced in you posting. If you have no validation, could you point me in the direction of another kin who might know of the answer? Thanks.
Added by Hunt Self on Jan 02, 2015 3:36 PM
Linda Abelli
Jack Hale , Artie Collins, Benjamin Collins
Thank you for the updates on these people. I appreciate your help.
Added by Linda Abelli on Jan 01, 2015 1:59 PM
RE: Reuben Hickman Dowell
I am sorry for the very late response. The Reuben Hickman Dowell listed here was living in Iowa in the 1850s, 1860s and 1870s according to the U.S. Census Bureau. His family moved to Clay Center, Kansas in approximately 1881. I don't think he is the same Reuben Dowell you are looking for.

Added by R.J.Dowell on Dec 13, 2014 8:13 PM
Stephen Jaeger
RE: Oscar Crane, Slater, Missouri
Thank you Ed. Sometimes things surprise you. I think Jason Weiker, the current undertaker, has the Hill Brothers records. Some of them the ink is starting to fade. I will try to check out what survivor and burial info they recorded and keep you in the loop. I had originally thought Oscar would be buried in the same family plot. Son Joseph died first, and he is in the middle. Sophie is to his south, and I thought the unmarked, maybe empty, on to the north was Oscar. The records indicate that Oscar is buried around the Walter Abrm Crane plots. There is a space, or unmarked grave there as well. (then to the east, starting on the south is three graves with Lowell (Jack), Nettie and Blanch. Blanch is Oscar and Sophie's daughter, and Jack is her son)

Again I really appreciate your work and efforts with Find A Grave.

Have a Great Day!

Stephen Jaeger
Added by Stephen Jaeger on Sep 23, 2014 11:46 AM
Stephen Jaeger
Oscar Crane, Slater, Missouri
I was wondering about the source for the place of death of Oscar Crane, (Slater, Missouri City Cemetery) as Buchanan County, Missouri. If this is the correct person, born in Ohio, in 1846-1847, then he is my 2nd Great-Grandfather. The grave is unmarked, and according to records is located next to another Crane family.

I was wondering if you have obituary or just death certificate.

Thank you for what you do. I am trying to give back to Find A Grave for all of the great info I have gotten here.

Stephen Jaeger
Added by Stephen Jaeger on Sep 19, 2014 8:39 PM
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