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Glenn Fleming (#47274065)
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Bio Photo I was born in CA.and moved to 1971 when my Dad retired from the U.S.Navy.He was born in Blanchard,IA.

I served as an Infantry Scout in the Army National Guard.So seeking out stones is right up my alley.Lol.

I DO NOT deal with the Atlantic Cemetery Sexton.The cemeter phone # 712-243-1254.I will make every attempt to locate a stone on my own.

I personally find it disturbing that someone would rather hold on to a memorial that they are not related to because of the findagrave 4 generation "guidelines".It is a GUIDELINE people not a RULE.Geez!

I would prefer my created memorials were with family no matter how far down the line or even a friend.At least they are FAMILY or a FRIEND!Isn't that why we do this?

DUPLICATES-I will gladly remove any duplicate memorial whether mine was made first or not.Findagrave IS NOT about "numbers" to me.

Any questions,additions,corrections,or transfers don't be afraid to ask.I find it very RUDE for someone to send along a correction,edit,addition etc,without at least a "Would you" add,edit etc.REMEMBER you are asking someone to do something for you!

If I use your gravestone photo on my family tree I give you credit with a simple "Photo courtesy of (your member name) findagrave".Because I so appreciate the kindness and hard work you do to get me a picture of my ancestors.

Any and all pictures I take are for you,so they are yours to use as you feel.The only exception being those marked "Courtesy of" which means I got those from someone else and was used with their permission.

If I have added a family member or your memorial and you have not passed yet and it upsets you PLEASE let me know and I will remove it immediately.It is not my intention to upset anyone.


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Jeanie Brown
RE: Wiota Cem Cass Co., IA - ENGLE surname
Great! Perfect, thanks so much.
Wishing you and yours a warm & happy Thanksgiving.
Added by Jeanie Brown on Nov 22, 2014 8:49 AM
Carolyn Troupe Stoll
Thank you
Thank you for all the transfers I received today.
Added by Carolyn Troupe Stoll on Nov 13, 2014 2:42 PM
Carolyn Troupe Stoll
Chris Cron
Thank you for the transfer Carolyn
Added by Carolyn Troupe Stoll on Nov 13, 2014 2:39 PM
Jeanie Brown
Engles in Wiota Cem., Cass Co., IA
Glenn, here are the memorial #'s
The 4 siblings who died 1876 are:
Anna Engle 61725354
Edgar Engle 61725130
Luther Engle 61725260
Liza Engle 61724959

Brother to above siblings:

Parents to all above:
John Martin Engle 61724666
his wife, Mary Jane Smith Engle 61724836

Thanks again

Added by Jeanie Brown on Nov 13, 2014 10:07 AM
Jeanie Brown
Wiota Cem Cass Co., IA - ENGLE surname
Glenn, thank you for posting the Engle family buried in Wiota Cem., Cass Co., IA. That is something Leland Stanford Engle would have done, himself, if he could have managed to live into the Findagrave era. He was a son of Leonard A. Engle, whom is interred in Wiota Cem. Leland explained that 4 siblings of his father, Silas 'Edgar'; Anna D.; James 'Luther'; and Eliza 'Liza' J. Engle, all died in 1876 of either scarlett fever or dyptheria. Because of your postings and photos, it is easy to see those 4 siblings share two upright monuments.
Perhaps you could add this story to their memorials? These children, including Leonard A. Engle, were the off-spring of John Martin Engle & Mary Jane Smith, who are also buried at Wiota Cem. I clicked on 'Edit' and it took me to a page to post the message. Looks like they've changed their format? Anyway, I thought it would go to you for review, but now, I'm not so sure. Therefore, this message.
Again, thank you for your labor of love. Greatly appreciated.

Added by Jeanie Brown on Nov 13, 2014 9:56 AM
RE: Willard Schmitz
You're very welcome. And thank-you for the compliment - it's an old nickname from high school =]
Added by Dabomb on Nov 12, 2014 9:57 PM
Susan Myers Goettsch
RE: Thanks!
I hadn't seen them - but I have now! Thank you!!! Is there anyone near Rochester, MN whose grave I can find for you?

Added by Susan Myers Goettsch on Oct 29, 2014 9:05 AM
Susan Myers Goettsch
Thank you so much for photographing their grave. You take great pictures!!
Added by Susan Myers Goettsch on Oct 28, 2014 10:56 PM
Judy Cain Bowser
John Jameson
Thanks again, Glenn, for your research on the Jameson/Freeman family. I, too, have been working today through the infomation on the family and found that on the 1900 census, William J. Freeman was a border in Hannah Mariah Jameson's home. Thus, I deducted he became her second husband. Apparently whoever gave the information for the tombstone, they did not know his name.
Added by Judy Cain Bowser on Oct 28, 2014 7:02 PM
Judy Cain Bowser
John Jameson
Thanks so much, Glenn, for fulfilling my photo request for John Jameson's tombstone. Inquisitive as to who Hannah M. and J. W. Freeman were who were also named on the stone, but I am very happy to have the photo listing John.
Added by Judy Cain Bowser on Oct 28, 2014 5:03 PM
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