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I have always been interested in history, and family history specifically. This site has been a wonderful resource for filling in many blanks in my records. Hopefully, by entering bits of information I find along the way I can do the same for someone else... Please let me know if you have any additions or corrections and I will make the necessary changes, or if I have added someone you feel you could give clearer information on, please let me know and I will be happy to make the transfer.|
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|Larry Frye||Andrew Hudspeth Find A Grave Memorial# 11284139|
Your Bio states that Andrew and wife were living alone in 1870 census. This is not technically true. The 9 year old, Sarah J Cowan listed in record was my Great Grandmother who was taken in by the Hudspeths as a servant, but treated as one of the family according to the Freeman/Palmer family book. It is believed that Sarah's parents, at least her Father was killed in the guerrilla raid of Melville (later Dadeville) of June 14 1864, and she was put in an orphanage. I have not been able to ascertain what her parents, my Grt-Grt grandparents names were. Maybe by putting out this info somebody might be able to help me discover their names. Hopefully this info will be of interest to you. Sincerely, Larry
Yes, thank you regarding the transfer of Daniel Sr's memorial #60857131
Added by Beverly on Sep 29, 2014 7:43 PM
Thank you for creating Daniel Philip Ratledge's memoral #60856822. His mother was my oldest sister. Would it be possible to have Philip's memorial transferred to me so the process of adding to his site would be direct?
Thank you for your time.
Added by Beverly on Sep 29, 2014 4:23 PM
|Richard Neuschafer||RE: Transfers|
Thanks. I appreciate your creating the memorials for them.
|Richard Neuschafer||RE: Alfred H. Neuschafer|
Yes, it is a small world. I knew many of the people who are buried near Uncle Alfred, Aunt Margaret, and cousin Don. Some were teachers and administrators when I attended the Chapman schools. Others are parents of some of my classmates.
Sure hated to see that little church in the cemetery destroyed by the tornado in 2008.
I am in the process of getting photos of Alfred, Margaret, and Don to post. I'd be willing to manage those memorials.
|Richard Neuschafer||Margaret A. Neuschafer|
Her memorial number is # 50236332
Place of Birth: Odin, Barton County, KS
Place of Death: Chapman, Dickinson County, KS
Joseph A. Demel: Memorial Number # 38986727
Mary Lamatsch Demel: Memorial Number # 38986819
|Richard Neuschafer||Alfred H. Neuschafer|
His memorial number is # 50236003.
Place of Birth: Ellsworth County, KS
Place of Death: Abilene, Dickinson County, KS
Henry Neuschafer: Memorial Number # 75523629
Mary Obadal Neuschafer: Memorial Number # 87398880
|Beverly||Betty Louise Ratledge|
Is it possible to have Daniel Philip Ratledge Sr's daughter, who just passed away, added to his memorial? If this must be done through you, please let me know and I will send the information.
Thanking you in advance.
Added by Beverly on Aug 20, 2014 6:03 PM
|Arnold L. Corkins||Letty Leone Jenkins Betty|
I'm trying to locate her parents that were reportedly to be buried at Hazelton, Kansas. They were James Clayton Jenkins and Lola Lois Allison Jenkins. Do you have any idea of were they could possibly be located?
Find A Grave Cont. #47177958
nana, In updating the memorials that I manage in Sunset Cemetery at Manhattan KS, I have encountered a huge batch of what appears to be duplicate memorials for Lundgren/Lundgren family and just now noticed one as Longren. The matter of who manages memorials is no any issue whatsoever --- just want Find A Grave to be error and duplicate free!
Would you please review memorials with these surnames and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org?
Thanks very much, zadalew
Added by zadalew on Jan 24, 2014 11:00 AM
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