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|Kasz Maciag||Morrison request|
No permanent stone exists for Charles and Bina Morrison at the Crown Hill Cemetery in Seattle. Have placed flowers as a market at gravesite (East section, row 5, graves #115/116).
I found short obits for David and Lawson Fayerweather. If you don't already have them I would be glad to send them to you.
Added by Sheryl on Jul 18, 2015 1:43 PM
|Carol Froehlich||RE: Are we related|
I haven't connected my husband's family yet to a woman names Bertha Froelich. My husband's family spelled their names with the middle "h" and lived in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota. There are Froelich's who lived in Froelich, Iowa. John Froelich was the first inventor of the tractor. I have reason to believe my husband's family was related to them.
It is a very small world though.... I am a friend of Marian (related to the Limperts) and we were just talking about Otto, Leona and Wally the other day. :-)
|James Odland||RE: Brown & Roselle Larson|
|James Odland||Brown & Roselle Larson|
Thank you for the edits for the Larsons. I have accepted them.
|Dan Smith||Paul Dassie memorial photo|
There is no headstone for Paul. The records say he is buried to the right of Otto and Wilhemine Dassie. There is an open space between Otto and the next grave to the right. I can stop and take a picture of the open space and the open space and Otto's headstone.
|Dan Smith||RE: Thanks for the photos!|
You are very welcome.
No relation to Mr. Dasse, just left him flowers. Everyone deserves to be remembered! God bless!
Added by Peggy on Apr 28, 2015 3:37 PM
|Todd Whitesides||RE: Babcock Family|
Sorry if it offends you, but I'm sure you can move on.
|Todd Whitesides||Babcock Family|
The information on Youngs and Beulah Babcock comes from two folders of documents I collected from the Harrison County Courthouse. More information on the Keen Cemetery can be obtained from the Harrison County Historical Society Library in Corydon.
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