|KPS||RE: Jabez Custis|
You are more than welcome. I wish we would have had more than just a brush with us when we found Jabez's marker. I am about 90 miles away from this cemetery so I probably won't get back there anytime soon. It's a shame that most cemeteries don't maintain the stones better than they do. Another 5-10 years and this marker will probably be completely under ground.
Added by KPS on Jul 22, 2014 6:02 AM
|Betty Smith Romick Boustead||Harry W. Davis|
I have an Ethel Boustead but no husband is listed for her. Her parents are Edward (Ned) B. Boustead and Julia McAdams. Do those names sound familiar. Sorry I couldn't be of help. If I do find Harry W. Davis as her husband I will let you know.
|Mary Ann Tarkington Johnson||RE: Photo Use|
|Mary Ann Tarkington Johnson||Mary E Tarkington|
May I have permission to add the photo to my Ancestry.com family tree. Your name and date taken will be shown
I completed your Joseph Bolstetter photo request. The St John's Church has a web site and in the ASchives Section they have all the burials they know of listed. Mr. Bolstetter is in The Old Lutheran Cemetery, Lot 62, Space 8. I took a photograph which is OK. You can read everything, especially if you enlarge it. Being almost 100 years old it is somewhat worn. Joseph is the only Bolstetter recorded in that cemetery.
Added by rwy on Oct 22, 2013 12:38 PM
|Dennis Bremer||Pvt. Edward L. Fritcher|
Thank you for linking my great great uncle Edward L. Fritcher to his parents.
|Kathryn Cox||Terrell tombstones|
Thank you for making the attempt to fulfill my request. Obviously there are no markers for them. Your time and effort are appreciated though. Kathryn
|Julie Case||Hans Peder Hansen|
Thank you for trying to locate my great grandfather's gravesite. It is listed in the Iowa Cemetery Records as being in this cemetery, but because he died in the early 1900's there may not be any kind of marker. I appreciate your effort.
Thank you for trying to find his stone. Although he is not listed in Pleasant Hill Cemetery directory I think he is there.
Listed in old DAR survey of Civil War vets. Also, his wife is in block 17, row 2 with rather large stone. As she died before he did, I am thinking he is in same plot but stone never updated.
I would like to somehow confirm that that be the case and pay to make arrangements for his data to be added to back side of her stone.
I have filed another request for photo and have add photo of her stone to his memorial. He is my 2 X grate grand father.
Thank you again
Added by Garland on Jun 30, 2013 11:38 AM
|Cynthia Schenck||RE: Schenck Relation|
I do not think so. My husbands great great grandfather Schenck came from Alsace Lorraine. They located to south west Iowa. Does that help with the relationship being possible?
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