My late wife, Wilma, got me interested in genealogy about 30 years ago and have been "hooked" ever since. I enjoy helping others with their family trees. Grand kids, golf, music, gardening, and woodworking are some of my other interests. I retired from the city of Lawrence utility department in 1992.
Rev Gene Stewart Seely Thank you for such a quick turn around in putting obituary information for this man. Do note that if you check your "edit" tab, you will see I have 3 small automated requests for his memorial: a) Add Rev. as his title. b) Connect him to his parents who are buried in Winfield, KS where he was born. c) Add his place of birth & death.
If you look at his mother's memorial it actually lists her husband and her son Gene Seely from rural Baldwin, so I know I have the right parents...
Rev Gene Stewart Seely Thank you for such a quick turn around in putting obituary information for this man. Do note that if you check your "edit" tab, you will see I have 3 small automated requests for his memorial:
You added Francis Lester "Frank" Strickland. Find A Grave Memorial #31714758. This is my great grandfather. (His middle name is actually Lister)
Erice Wilcox attached Edwin Lemoyne Strickland, Find A Grave Memorial #100284693, as Frank's son. He is not Frank's son.
I attached my grandfather, Edwin Louis "Ed" Strickland, Find A Grave Memorial #157182690, who is Frank's son.
I can't find a way to notify, or ask, Erice Wilcox to remove Edwin Lemoyne Strickland. As that person disabled their message system. I was hoping you could help. I am new here and still trying to figure things out. I don't know that you can help. Just hoping.
Edit please I'm new to this so please excuse me if I do it wrong. You have an Edwin Leymone? Strickland listed with my family. My grandfather, Edwin Louis Strickland is the son of Francis Lister (not Lester) Strickland. I added his information. Can you edit that? Thank you for your time. Carolynn
Harvey Hagon Dahl Thank you so much for taking this picture. I've been researching my family tree and passing information on to my cousins. This connects us to an uncle that none of us really knew. I can't thank you enough for taking the time and trouble to do this for a complete stranger. Not many would.