|Kay Cynova (#47064119)|
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Director of Historical Interpretation at Stuhr Museum LOVES to work on genealogy in "spare" time.Family connections include: Wilderman, O'Dell, Craft, Anderson, Aymond, Couvillion and on my husband's side: Cynova, Rohatsch, Duraczynski, Greenwalt, and more! If I have made mistakes in any of the memorials please let me know and I am more than happy to correct them.If there is a memorial you want transferred to your care, just let me know - I am happy to transfer, as per Findagrave guidelines. PLEASE use the "Edit" tab in the upper right hand corner area of the memorial to make your request as this includes all the information I need to make this happen. Working to enter all of the recorded Hall County burials. Most of the small non Grand Island graves have been entered, and as time allows, will work on photo verification. Working on the GI cemeteries as time allows. If the names and locations are posted, it will be easier for everyone to take pictures!|
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brunissen, Dani S, David Stearns, Deb Stutte, Debbie, diaNEB, Doug Melzer, Finka, Jerry L. Lippin..., Kathy Burr, Leonard J. Shor..., Leslie Forney, Leslie Vollnogl..., LF, Marilyn West Ho..., Renae Burke Hun..., Russ C, Susan Kolbo, Terri Mabon
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|Kathy Burr||Kalkowski pic|
THANKS!!! :) k
|Betty||Ida McAlevy #68651139|
Thank you Kay for transferring Ida's memorial over to me. I really do appreciate you doing this for me. Hopefully, one of these days I will get all the Hansen Memorials finished. Meanwhile, you keep up the good work and Many thanks again.
Added by Betty on Feb 16, 2015 6:12 PM
|T. Reeves||Mary A Smith|
I saw you posted pictures for Adam Oliver Smith and his mother Sophia. Adam was buried in Central City Cemetery. I am looking for information about his 2nd marriage to Mary A Smith in 1900. She was already a Smith by marriage when she married him and she was living in Bristol, Indiana in 1900, the same year she married Adam in Bristol. I assume they immediately returned to Central City where she helped raise Hattie's (1st wife) children. Would you know about obituaries for Adam or Mary? Probate records? Wills? I only found one land record at the courthouse there for Mary A. Smith, but it was in 1910 and she was already a widow. I'm trying to find out who her first husband was as well.
Thank you much,
|Betty||Ida McAlevy #68651139|
Was wondering if you would be so kind as to transfer my Aunt Ida's memorial over to me. I would like very much to include her obituary. I have just about completed all my family obituaries. Thank you very much.
Added by Betty on Feb 14, 2015 5:42 PM
|richard mathieson||RE: silas keneipp in shelton|
Yes. Thank you for all of your help, Kay.
|richard mathieson||silas keneipp in shelton|
Kay, I guess disregard my last request, please. My dad wants to know when you last updated the Shelton cemetery? 1
|Austrian Kolache||Anna Kraft or Croft 55845205|
Are you or husband searching the Krafts? I am great-grand-daughter of Charlotte Barbara Kraft Stearley (Stierle). I have a genealogy of the Stearley's but know little of the Krafts except for this mother.
|richard mathieson||shelton, nebraska information sought|
Hi, Kay, my dad is seeking information about Silas Keneipp's wife's burial information. You posted that Silas was buried in lot 516 in the Shelton Cemetery in Hall County, but in our search of Mary Devall, we found no burial information. Can you help us? Thank you, Richard Mathieson
|Marilyn West Honda||million thanks|
hi kay, thanks a million for all your work on behalf of my family tree. happy holidays, marilyn
|Marilyn West Honda||p.s.|
oh my tree is West-Boyce-Whitaker ancestry.com
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