|Carl Steiger (#47175561)|
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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.
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|JARROTT P. COX||RE: Salem and Carbon Center Cemeteries|
Sounds like you living around where I come from do You know Barbra Jennings?
|Cameron Herrell||RE: B Lamar Jennings|
Okay! I added my pic to memorial 89317334. Just send edit on duplicate (121110614) and ask Mary to delete it. That's how to do it, Carl. Happy New Year! by the way.
|AJ ||RE: Oliver Boon|
Thank you for your research, yes the Daniel Bierly that you found is "Oliver Boon". George whom I was able to connect with through this site sent me a copy of Daniels Birth Certificate and that is date of death. We have been able to exchange what information we have and as a result have been able to piece together our geneology through our meeting on this site. I had found a old letter from Daniel to my great grandfather that started my internet search to this site! The letter was from Wyoming so my search turned up with this site which had a picture of his gravestone. I left a message stating I think this might be a relative of mine. George found it and responded and it has been a real joy to correspond with him, a long lost relative. I have a letter from "Boon" stating he had gotten in trouble for cutting on government timber, which might be why he changed his name because he mentioned a lawsuit in the letter. I am not surprised that he worked in a sawmill as he probably learned it as a family trade, my grandfather and father both worked in a sawmill, and possible Boon's brother and even father. "Boon" seems to be quite a interesting fellow! George has a lot of information about him through his research and has actually visited his grave in Wyominng and location of his ranch. My great grandfather Wiliam was "Boon's" brother! It was great to find out he was a civil war veteran and a western pioneer. I currently live in Logan, Ohio on a piece of ground the Bierly family settled in 1815! Until correspodning with George I had no idea there were other Bierly's out there. It is a great story and am so thankful to have stumbled upon this story of Daniel Bierly aka "Oliver Boon"! Thanks for your interest and information!
Added by AJ on Jan 12, 2015 8:16 AM
|Ellen Bishop||Thanks for the|
transfer of John McKay
|Linda Rhoadarmer||Mary Cole, FAG # 25570770|
I just sent you an obit for Mary through the edit button. Linda
|Linda Rhoadarmer||Horace Cole - FAG# 25570767|
Happy New Year. I just sent an obit for Horace Cole through the edit button. Linda
|Gerry Stanley||RE: Hettie Porter|
I saw. Thanks for your help.
|Carl Strandberg||Grave Nils Nilson & Emma Bjorklund|
I found your registration for Nils Nilson and his wife Emma Nilson, born Bjorklund. It was very interesting for me as my wifes grandfather and Emma is siblings. Both born in Riseberga, Sweden. Since I´m looking for any children of the Nilson/Bjorklund couple I wonder if you know more about these children mentioned in the record?
I also know Emma had two brothers, Nils Bjorklund, born 1867-01-03 and Alfred Bjorklund, born 1874-05-30, both went to USA 1897 resp. 1892.
|Donna McQuade||RE: Anne Harnett Kimball, #122050437|
I do have photos of the headstones and also a couple of the cemetery itself that I will send you. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will email you the photos.
Frank Kimball's son John Everett ("Jackie") Kimball was born in Flagstaff, AZ, on July 15, 1929, and he died there of pneumonia when he was only one and a half years old on January 1, 1931. He is buried in Citizens Cemetery (Sec. J, Block C, Lot 38), Flagstaff, Coconino, AZ. There is no marker, but the coordinates of the gravesite are Lat. 35 deg. 11 min. 14.16 sec. N, Long. 111 deg. 39 min 0.71 sec. W.
|Donna McQuade||Frank Winthrop Kimball, #375407104|
Frank Winthrop Kimball, memorial no. 75407104, was born 14 October 1861 in Omro, Winnebago, WI. He died 1 March 1949 in Belle Fourche, Butte, SD.
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