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|ssleuthjan||RE: Swan Nelson photo request|
Very good. You should have received notice that photo was posted. It was really interesting walking through there and, of course, I would be happier if it had been maintained. A very peaceful area though and very touching.
|ssleuthjan||Swan Nelson photo request|
I'm also a volunteer with Find A Grave. Just wanted to let you know I went looking for this headstone today. Came close to the location but could not spot it. The area where Swan Nelson is buried appears to be returning to its natural state - many headstones have likely disappeared under trees or pine needles and such. I will fulfill request and post a photo of the general area to the website and hope that helps. All best wishes.
|Paul Everitt||RE: Schellbach family plot|
You're welcome. Glad to help.
Currently doing research on Henry Monday. Appreciate any assistance you may have to share.
Added by corkeyk on Sep 13, 2015 11:26 PM
|Linda T||RE: Mary Buck obit|
Unfortunately, there is no info on the paper it was from, though I think it might come from paper Glasford, IL put out. Like I said, he just cut out articles and pasted them in a book. If you want a picture copy I can send it to you.
Added by Linda T on Sep 11, 2015 8:14 AM
|Linda T||RE: Mary Buck obit|
Unfortunately I cannot give you a newspaper that it was in. One of my husband's gg grandfather kept a scrapbook with all these newspaper articles pasted in it.
Passing of Mrs. Mary Buck
Had lived in Peoria Since the Year 1831
Mrs. Mary Buck, wife of the late S. D. Buck, died at the residence of her son, W. J. Buck, 903 Sanford street, yesterday at 12:30 o'clock.
The deceased was an old settler of Peoria county, having came from Kentucky in 1834, and has been a resident of this county since that time, with the exception of two years' residence in Canton. For several months she had been visiting relatives in Kansas. Yesterday morning she returned to Peoria in company with Mr. and Mrs. L. T. White. She greeted the family in apparently good health and was immediately stricken with apoplexy. She did not again regain consciousness, but quietly passed away. The deceased had reached the age of 79 years and her death will be deeply deplored by her many friends in this city.
She is survived by all her children - James A. Buck, of Hiawatha, Kan.; Mrs. Maggie A. Smith, of St. Paul, Minn.; W.J. Buck, of Peoria, and John H. Buck, of Portland, Ore., and one sister, Mrs. L. T. White, of Hiawatha, Kan.
Added by Linda T on Sep 10, 2015 1:49 PM
|Debra Dennis||RE: Berg photos at Rosehill|
You are very welcome. Glad I could help.
Hi, I saw that you requested a photo of Bernard Talmanson's grave, and I was wondering if you are related to the Talmansons.
Added by Anna on Aug 31, 2015 11:04 AM
|Ira Graffman||RE: Max Graffman|
That would be wonderful, thanks!
|Ira Graffman||Max Graffman|
His father's find a grave number is 151265829
and his mother's is 151266012
I just added them.
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