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I live in Cheyenne, WY. Love the hunt for interesting history in my area.
My goal in Find-A-Grave is to compose the best memorials I can for the people I am honoring. I add as many people as I possibly can to Find-A-Grave and then, as time permits, I do what I can to link them with their relatives and I also add an obituary or write as much of a biography as I can based on available records and information.
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|Patricia Cole(Gerlock)||Hans Hansen|
I keep putting Annie Jorgensen Hansen first and then Alma Elisa Birckholdt Hansen second, but it keeps coming up the other order than I put them in. So sometimes I delete them and then later on put them back on, but it still does not work.
|Barb Richmond Martin||Edgar C Rogers|
Thank you for bringing to my attention my duplicate of this memorial. Rather than merge, I deleted my memorial and added the picture to the original memorial. Thanks again, Barb
|Erinn Hill||RE: James Joseph Francis/Evelyn Francis|
Thank you! That would be great.
James was born 10 Dec 1898 in Dublin, Ireland and Evelyn was born in St. Paul MN on 18 February 1902. :)
|Erinn Hill||James Joseph Francis/Evelyn Francis|
My mom and I wanted to thank you for creating the graves for my great grandparents, Evelyn and James.
I tried to request a photo on the grave but it says there is one out. If you ever get a chance to take a pic, it would be greatly appreciated. I don't live in Wyoming and have never visited.
Thanks so much again,
I live in Carpenter and seen there's graves in the Egbert and that you added them. Could you tell me where there at. I have a friend that lives there that asked me if I could find out.
Thank you Mike
|owen thompson||Harry P. Hynds|
Texas Death Certificate Harry P. Hynds Age 72 2 19 Birth Date: 22 Dec 1860 Birth Place: Morris, Illinois Gender: Male Race: White Spouse: Mrs Nell M. Hynds Father: Martin Hynds Mother: Jane O'Hale Age at Death: 72 Death Date: 11 Mar 1933 Death Place: San Antonio, Bexar, Texas Santa Rosa Hospital Infromant: Mrs. Nell M. Hynds, Cheyenne, Wyoming Cause of death: Lobar Pneumonia Contributory: Senility & over weight W. W. Wolf, M. D. Nix Building. Ancestry.com
|Sheila Stehlik-Ivanoff||RE: Willow Grove Cemetery|
After doing more research I have found that Dick and Meda were related to Fred J's brother Richard Edwin Hasbrouck. Meda was his wife and Dick was their son. I do believe the 1893 year is not correct. Reason being, Richard remarried in 1888 after Meda had died. Can the years be searched further?
|Sheila Stehlik-Ivanoff||Willow Grove Cemetery|
Well I found more info on the Hasbrouck family. The graves of Dick and Meda Hasbrouck, could they be son and mother? Would you have any way of finding out if they are? Fred J. Hasbrouck and Minnie Sanford Hasbrouck's daughter Erma and Anna are buried here. Fred J. had a brother living in Buffalo and his wife and son died. It is not known when their death dates are but since I found these graves i am wondering if they could be them. Fred's brother's name was Richard E. Hasbrouck and his wife was Almeda (Meda) Hasbrouck. They had a son who died young named Richard (Dick). Any suggestions?
|Theresa Hernandez -White||Craig Bridges|
Thanks for the info I didn't see the dup so I deleted mine.
|Sheila Stehlik-Ivanoff||Willow Grove Cemetery|
I think Dick and Meda Hasbrouck I mentioned that is buried in this cemetery were married. I have been trying to locate Anna and Erma's father and believe he had a brother named Richard E Hasbrouck and Richard's wife was Meda. When did Wyoming record deaths? Would there be someplace I could try to find info on these two, Richard (Dick) and Meda Hasbrouck.
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