|Steve Goans||Linda F, Tripp|
Thanks for posting Linda's Memorial page. I am Linda's Brother in Law. I had Planned on creating her memorial but family matters have not allowed the time until now. Seeing that you have already done it, I find no need to do it. Thanks
|Lorraine Esther Hamann Chandler||John Wesley Evans|
Thank you for this memorial.. John Wesley Evans was my husband Paul Chandler's great-grandfather. His 1st wife was Mary Ann Summers from Ross CO Ohio. Married Dec. 24,1873 Their last child Florence May Evans Nuckols was born in 1883 We looked for this man for 16 years.found out they divorced abt 1884.. so thanks again.
|David McNally||Terry Lee Cassingham|
Thank you for taking the time and trouble to photograph and post Terry's gravestone. I really appreciate it. May I have your permission to post the photo on the Genealogy Profile web page I've created for him? Thank you for considering my request.
|leslie massey||William Benjamin King|
William was not a carpenter. He was a police man, and when he moved he became security for a campground and lake. He is my grandpa, and My Mom, his daughter has all this written out in his journal ! thank you
|Jacque Gray||John & Tennessee Wilkins|
I have transferred the above mentioned to your care. Thank you for the request. Always glad to find family to add more to the memorials.
I transferred Pauline to your care.
Added by OkieBran on Apr 01, 2016 8:23 PM
|Jane Marie Morrison||Flavius Josephus Robbins|
I have a photo of his obituary. If you like, I can add a photo or transcribe it for you. Please let me know.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Carl Ludvig Hartilious "Charlie" Engstrom|
Good Afternoon, Thanks for excellent research on Charlie Engstrom & his marriage & children. I wish a tombstone had been placed at his gravesite. It could have saved a great deal of confusion over his name. Richard
|Russ Carter||Lyons Municipal Cemetery|
I was wondering if you knew when Lyons Municipal Cemetery was first opened and if there are actual burial records that go back that far or if there are only headstone transcriptions to know who was buried there.
Thanks in advance,
|Karl Hartronft||Hartronft's in Lyons|
Thanks for the information. Elsie was my grandmother (I am one of the 5 grandchildren mentioned in the obit). Arch of course was one of Walter's brothers; Arch and Elsie lived at 309 E Ave. S, which I think was two houses down from where Bess (Avonelle or Avinell) Hartronft Childs lived on the corner nearer to the square.
I remember "Auntie Neva" but don't remember where they lived. Also I don't have her maiden name.
Walter was born in Naperville Ill and lived in various west Kansas towns before settling in Lyons. I have a gap from 1930 when he was living in Dodge City to 1951 when he was living in Lyons. Do you happen to know when Walter moved to Lyons?
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