|Megan Heyl (#47120986)|
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I'm a wife, mother of two, Mother in Law and new Grandma, keeper of the fur babies, and enjoy not only genealogy, but scrapbooking, amateur radio and traveling.
Areas of research include Southern Illinois, Arkansas, Missouri, Michigan, Canada, Germany, Wales, and Cherokee Indian Nation in Oklahoma. I have been working on our family history since Jan 2008.
I will post my photos to families and their memorials first. Family belongs to Family.... they are not just "numbers" to us. Any requests for transfers of relatives will be gladly honored - no matter what the connection.
Keeping the memories of our ancestors alive is something we should all strive for - our history is something to embrace!
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|Old Joseph||RE: Herman Bonzelaar obit|
I'm in Tennessee on R&R at the moment. I will check my files when I get home. However, I can advise you that the obit came from either the St. Joseph Herald-Press or the Benton Harbor News-Palladium. Q: Did you notice my caption on the obit that lists Mr. Bonzelaar's DOD as April 29, 1956?
|imissmy mom||RE: Jason Allen photo request|
understandable, take your time. we are buried under two feet of snow. thank you.
Evert Van Kampen is my direct ancestor, came over from Holland. Your names on the memorial and I wondered if we are related? I love meeting new cousins.
Diane Van Kampen Chestelson
|Mike Murray||RE: Lively Prairie Cemetery|
Sorry I'm just getting this.
The Lively Prairie Cemetery is right next to Lively Prairie Church off of the road from Sparta to Houston & Red Bud.
Let me know if you make contact with the cemetery administrator because we would like to replace damaged or missing head stones for the Meyerott Family.
|sharon duffin||RE: Photo Request|
Megan, I have just entered another request for that "buried in the snow" cemetery. Please take a picture of the gravestone of Bultema (unknown first name) memorial number 86109814. I know they are related to the other Bultemas' in the cemetery. They are a child of Herman and Jennie Bultema. Thank You! :)
|sharon duffin||RE: Photo Request|
Re: Johanna Bultema. Thank You so much for offering to take the picture of the grave after the snow melts. I live in California so I did not anticipate the fact that there might be snow on the grave! :) I appreciate you being able to take the picture when you are able and please take you time. Johanna was my gg grandmother. Again, thanks so much!
|sandra mitchell||RE: Carroll updates|
|C. Carter Kahler||RE: Larue Schultz photo|
Wasn't thinking of all the snow you all just got when I made the request. I usually don't make any photo requests for the northern states during the winter months. Next spring is fine with me. I'm just happy that someone is going to take the photo. Thanks in advance.
|Rickey Bellamy||RE: Cecilia Sommers.|
Thank you very much! I really do enjoy doing this kind of work. I hope for happy holidays for you and your family also.
|Rickey Bellamy||Cecilia Sommers.|
I apologize for the duplicate. When I updated St. Johns's Cemetery I found it in my St. John's update folder and thought that it was one that I had missed, forgetting about the cemetery mix up.
I have added the photo to your memorial and deleted the duplicate. I will go up to the cemetery when it warms up this Spring and re-photograph the memorial for you.
Thanks for letting me know!
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