|Carl Steiger (#47175561)|
| || member for 7 years, 3 months, 6 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
Ranch manager, graduate of Texas A&M '78|
RESEARCHING PIONEERS OF CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING including surrounding areas in Northeast Wyoming and Western South Dakota---the BLACK HILLS.
Working on Hulett Cemetery, Hulett, WY, Moore Hill Cemetery, Hulett, WY; Alva Cemetery, Alva, WY; Tower Cemetery, Devil's Tower, WY; Rose Hill Cemetery, Spearfish, SD and Pine Slope Cemetery in Belle Fourche, SD and Green Lawn Cemetery, Rich Hill, MO.
I have the book "Pioneers of Crook County" published in 1981 for Crook Co. Wyoming and I have "Hulett Area Past and Present" published in 1985 for Hulett, Wyoming. I also have "Cowboys and Sodbusters" on the pioneers of Butte county, South Dakota. I will be glad to check these books for your research.
Except for family memorials and the memorials in the "Cowboy Brigade Project", I am willing to transfer memorials to anyone.
If something happens where I am unable to maintain my memorials, findagrave administrators have my permission to transfer all my memorials to Crook County Library #48178214 except for the memorials in the virtual cemeteries MY FAMILY and the COWBOY BRIGADE PROJECT. Transfer those memorials to my brother Alex Steiger #48246645
ANY PHOTO I POST MAY BE FREELY USED.
Carl Steiger #47175561 August 12, 2014.
|Find A Grave Friends|
Alex Steiger, Barb Jones, Bart McClaughry, Beth.Bailey ..., Betty Alberts, Cameron Herrell, Carolyn King, Chris W. H., Cindy S Munson, Clara Gilkison, Clay, Crook County Li..., custer1963, Dakota Pioneer, Dan Shaul, Darrell Stone, Debbie Hill, Diane L. Teague..., Dorothy Miller, Ellen Bishop, [View all Find A Grave Friends...]
|Messages left for Carl Steiger (701)||[Leave Message]|
|klassikat||RE: Titter at Green Lawn cemetery.|
Thank you so much for letting me know and the correction on the birth year. Best regards from a distant relative of the Titter's.
I love taking photos there, finding people and making sure they are not lost to time, even if they are unmarked I try to take a picture of the grass anyways, just to provide comfort to the family.
I'm proud of myself that I've gotten it to 78%, I've been going over there everyday these past two weeks and I get about 100 to 200 done each time. I'm trying to get it at least into the 80% or more area before winter starts to hit and it's to cold to go up there
|Judie Latshaw Huff||Beth Neider|
|Judie Latshaw Huff||Carl Neider Photo|
Thank you so much for finding the marker for Carl and posting a photo for me.
It is appreciated,
|Kate DeMers||RE: Glen Story|
|Kate DeMers||Glen Frederick Story|
Memorial # 103419494 is my uncle, not sure if you are related, I'm the one who worked to get a headstone for uncle Glen, My cousin has a memorial also site up for Glen Story memorial # 717592501 under Glen Frederick "Sonny" Story. these should be combined. Either you can work with her or transfer this one to me and I'll work with her. Thanks Kate DeMers
|Stuart Weddle||Martha Weddle|
I requested a photo for her headstone. A volunteer has reported that there is none in that cemetery. Could your selection of a cemetery have been in error ? I see her husband is buried elsewhere.
|LaDon Brennan||Nancy Ray|
Thank you for searching for a marker for Nancy. I am disappointed that she doesn't have one. She had a sad life and there was probably no one close enough to place a marker.
|Maryann Randolph Fikes||Lucy Smith Woodson Pearson|
Lucy Pearson is most likely buried next to her husband, Richard Z. Pearson. He is buried in Plot: 02_71_4, Green Lawn Cemetery,Rich Hill,
Bates Co., MO.
Possibly she does not a stone. Thanks for trying to get the photo.
Maryann Randolph Fikes
|Betty Alberts||RE: Margaret Carr|
Yes, I do have a long obituary for Margaret Carr. Do you want me to e-mail a copy of the actual obituary or type it in as an edit for her memorial so you can just copy and paste. It is a long one.
You mention J.W. and Thea. Are you speaking of Thea Amspoker? I knew the Amspokers well. Thea was in 4-H when I worked at the Extension office; her parents were friends and Sam's parents were friends of my husband's family!
|[View all messages...]|