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Charlie Powers (#47036134)
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Bio Photo I was born in McCook Nebraska. Graduated from Trenton Nebraska in 1965. I was married in 1973 and first wife passed away in 1992. Remarried in 1994 and moved to McCook. Worked for Burlington Northern R.R for 31 years, getting a railroad disability in 2002.

My mom got me started on genealogy about 4 years ago. She passed away 1-27-2012, in the El Dorado Manor Nursing Home, in Trenton.

Anyone wanting to use my photos, may do so.
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Bryan Anderson
Harry C. Palmer

I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for your efforts to upload the photograph for Harry C. Palmer. He was mortally wounded near Stenay, France in WWI, so it's even more important to of found this individual.

I appreciate your help!


Added by Bryan Anderson on May 22, 2015 10:16 AM
Heather Cottrell
Thank you for posting the photos for Hannah and Power Rann. I can always count on you to go out to Hays Center for me. :)

thanks again!

Added by Heather Cottrell on May 22, 2015 6:55 AM
Linda T.
RE: Wilber Sanford
You're welcome. I also got Jennie, buried near him, who may have been his wife.
Added by Linda T. on May 22, 2015 6:42 AM
Richard Neuschafer
Leona Elinor Lewin Nitsch - # 83457708
Thanks for taking the photo of the gravestone and posting it! All of my mother's side of the family will like that.
Added by Richard Neuschafer on May 21, 2015 9:22 PM
S Ross
Coburn photos
Thank you for the photos of Edsel and Madeline Coburn ~ was able to add a bit of new info to my tree! Appreciate it greatly! S.Ross
Added by S Ross on May 19, 2015 6:50 AM
maggie e.
William Kennedy
Thank you once again for getting a marker photo for me. I always appreicate all your help obtaining photos of family markers. -Maggie
Added by maggie e. on May 13, 2015 12:15 PM
Nancy Gayle Brown
Thanks Charlie for taking the time to photo this grave marker. Really do appreciate. Jack Brown
Added by jack on May 08, 2015 7:38 PM
walt heflin
RE: Teeple
Again thank you Me I went to North High School in Omaha and graduated in 1960. I was in the Trade's for 38 years until I blew out my back, that ended my work. I do have Pension from National
I B E W, N E B F and local 22 I B E W I divorced and ended up in WI My son stayed in Omaha my daughter came up to WI where she went to Collage got married had 3 girls # 1 graduated with Major in Music married to Husband with double Major in Music # 2 in 2nd year in criminal science in Conn 3rd Jr in High School.
Thanks again

Added by walt heflin on May 08, 2015 5:49 PM
walt heflin
Thank you for the Teeple Pic, I hope you can do one more thing for me.
They had a son Named Benard Teeple His birth date is 1-26-1917 died Dec 1985 and he died in L A CA, but I have not found where he is buried. Could you check if he was buried there in Memorial Park. Sometimes they are brought back. In this case to McCook. I gave you the dates so it might help if he's there. You could send it to me using my Email I then could set up a site for him. If he's not there I will need to continue looking.

Thank you again for the other pic.

Walt Heflin
Added by walt heflin on May 08, 2015 4:09 PM
Morrison Evans
Thank you for taking the time to photograph Morrison Evan's headstone for me. It gave me his middle name....Gabrial!!! Woo Who! What a find.
I would like to include this photo in my Family Search Tree. (For proof of name) May I use it, with your permission & name included?
Added by Lori on May 01, 2015 1:43 AM
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