|Caron Stillmunkes (#46942964)|
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|I am currently working on researching the 300+ veterans listed on the Soldier's Monument in Plainfield, IL. This covers the Civil War, Spanish-American War and WWI. You can visit my website for the book at the website given below.|
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|Jay Freeze||RE: William H. Lutten / Lutter|
I was there today and took many photos. I cannot recall, now that I edited, in Lutten or Lutter was in the set today. I will keep my etes peeled for him. Many graves are impossible to read. I do not know the sections but if i find him, I am sure I could manage. Ty.
I hope to photo the grave sometime soon. Winter has set in.
|Jay Freeze||William H. Lutten/Lutter|
Browsing over the info, there needs a correction.
It is Shenango Township in Lawrence County, PA.
|jan colbert||Edward Rott, my great uncle|
Thank you for your work in Find A Grave; it is so appreciated!
Edward Rott is my great uncle; he is the brother of my maternal grandfather, Arthur John Paul Rott.
My mother was Eleanor Ruth Rott Colbert.
I was wondering if you would consider transferring Edward Rott (167946286) to me?
Thank you in advance for your consideration!
Jan Colbert (46041038)
|Divina del-Sol||RE: Archibald Fraser|
Thank you very much, Caron. I appreciate it!
Typo, sorry! Fixed
Added by Keri on Jun 06, 2016 8:14 AM
|Deana Painter||Wittenkeller Son|
I felt moved to transfer this Wittenkeller
My prayers be with you in you search of family connections. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=79417788
|Grothmann||Mary Catherine Morris|
It is likely that this is the same person. The Ca;if. Death Record shows he ar McDowell, and the dates are the same.
|Dennis Harmsen||RE: Sarah Gates|
Hi! You are most welcome for the gravestone photos and glad to do this kind of work. I'm almost done going through the Clarence Cemetery. I know some people will put colored power on those gravestones to bring out the letters and numbers. As you can see, I posted two photos of Sarah Gates because her side was facing north, and the light just wasn't the best. Also, while doing the Downey Cemetery, the Iowa City Press-Citizen did a story on the Downey Church, which celebrated it's 150th year. They had pictures of the church and two pictures taken inside the church. The write-up noted two women who wrote a song for the church's 75th anniversary in 1940. They are also buried in Downey. I was going to send a note to the person who holds these two women's memorials, to have a note posted that these women wrote this song. I haven't done that yet, but thought this was an interesting bit of history. And another item to add, if it is of interest to you, I have a cousin, who married Gale Gates, but they didn't stay married very long. His parents, brother, are buried in Downey. You know him or related to him?
Thanks for catching that typo on the year of death! Much appreciated and corrected.
Added by Diane on Aug 05, 2015 5:27 PM
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