|C Vokoun (#47151315)|
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I live in Benton County Iowa and have been interested in recording old cemeteries for many years now. I have taken records for many local cemeteries here in Benton, Iowa, and Tama Counties.|
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|Bill Macy||Anna & Mary Macy|
Hi again Christene - Thank you for the transfers of the two Macy girls. I will continue to work on this family of 14 children. Found two of the three sons who died in the civil war and close to having info on the third one, in Virginia. Thanks again for all your help. Bill.
|Bill Macy||RE: Dayton Cemetery Iowa County|
Hi Christene - Thanks for the reply and the info on Hannah Coder Macy. The only reason I was wondering about the year of death is because I now have an obit on her daughter Agnes (Macy) Fisher (Your Find A Grave memorial #64764587) which indicates Agnes was born in 1872. Thanks for your help, I really appreciate it. Bill. email@example.com
|Judy Frehse||Oak Hill Cemetery|
Mistake in spelling Mary McGregor
|Judy Frehse||Oak Hill Cemetery, Belle Plaine, Benton County, Iowa|
David Edwards Was born Sept. 13, 1815 in Washington County, Ohio, Died June 19, 1888 in Salt Creek Twp., Tama County, Iowa. He Married Rebecca P. Lamborn Feb. 23, 1841 in Champaign County, Ohio.
Those listed on the headstone are his daughter-in law, Ollie and her children, Ollie was the wife of Hamilton Bell Edwards, son of David.
David Edwards was the son of Jonathan (John) Edwards and Mary McGreror.
David Edwards is the brother of my G. G. Grandfather Samuel E. Edwards (The Ohio Hunter) who is buried in Henry County, Ohio.
|Douglas Long||Benjamin Andrew Pontius|
Thank you for adding flowers to our 4th great grandfather's memorial. Your 5th cousin
|Mike Morrow||John Morrow|
I am related to John Morrow and am looking for more info. It seems the info I am finding is way off. For instance, I cannot find info on John being from Ohio. I find him in New York, as well as his wife and 2 children being baptized in Duanesburg, NY. If you have anything that will help my search, please let me know.
|deanna french||FAG PHOTOS|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting places of many "old soldiers,that had Vermont ties. I would like to see them posted on the Vermont Civil War site. ( www.vermontcivilwar.org) I am asking if I may use the photo's you have posted on Find A Grave that were our 'Boy's in Blue" I have noticed one in Benton County & one in Tama County. There may be others I haven't discovered yet
Thank you for your consideration on this.
|Joseph Paige||Samuel and Mary Paige headstone|
You had taken the headstone picture for my 2nd great grandfather (Samuel Paige). The headstone also includes his second wife, which I've created her memorial and linked to Samuel. May I have your permission to add your headstone picture to her memorial (or if you prefer, could you please add the picture to her memorial). Thank you.
|Linda Hedlund||Thomas & Bertha & Floyd Osborn|
Thank you for transferring their memorial page.
|Linda Hedlund||Thomas & Bertha Osborn|
I'm sorry I forgot to mention they are buried in the Oak Hill Cemetery, Benton Co., IA
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