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|Virginia Young||Jennie A. Hayes and Elizabeth Cooley Hayes|
Folks, here I am again. I wonder if you would transfer these ladies to me. Jennie is my great-grandmother and Elizabeth is my great-great grandmother. You did yeoman's duty with Elizabeth, but I can add some "insider" points.
I can add a great deal of information to Jennie's information. You have added a lovely photo of the line-up of graves in Fairview. My parents, Francis and Eleanor Hayes Hudson, kept the urns and other pots flowering from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The best I could do was have the cement foundation shored up and refurbished. My own wish to be buried at Fairview is based upon the Priests, Flemings, and Hayes buried there. Blessings as always, Virginia Hudson Young. I have written this without their numbers but will remedy that momentarily
|Virginia Young||Maude E. Jeffers|
Hi, Again, You Two--I can add Maude's obituary if you transfer her to me. She was Aunt Mae's sister. Aunt Mae was Grandpa Arch's sister-in-law. Many blessings for all your hard work.
Virginia Hudson Young
|Judith Gallant Krug||Gilson & Mary McNamee|
Thank you for transferring these memorials to me. I have some correcting to do on my input but their last picture together on their 48th Wed. Ann. and their bio are now on this memorial. Thanks to you and to all the volunteers so so graciously create the memorials and are more interested in having the memorial data as accurate as possible than in accumulated numbers of memorials beside their names.
You are so appreciated. Judith Gallant Krug
|Virginia Young||Dear Couple of Gravers!|
Thank you so very much for transferring Susan Young, Eleanor Hudson, Norma Hayes, and Arch Hayes to me! I am forever grateful to you for taking care of these dear people for me until I could get my wits about me and take on the responsibility myself. Blessings to you both for this valuable service. Virginia Hudson Young
|Debbie & Gary||Frank Franta|
Thank you for transferring his memorial to me - it is greatly appreciated.
|Robyn Brewster||Joseph Folk|
Thank you for the transfer of Joseph Folk to me. I greatly appreciated it. Thank you also for keeping his memory alive.
|Andrea Hawk Crumrine||Louisa Myers|
Thank you so much for transferring the Louisa Myers memorial to me. Also, Thank you for posting the memorial in the first place.
|Judy O||RE: Barbara Johnson|
The source of Barb's obituary is the funeral program that we were given at her funeral. The funeral was held Monday, August 30, 1999, 1:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, Cedar Falls, Iowa. I assume the program was put together by either the funeral director who was not listed in the program, or the church. The bottom of the program lists "Richardson Service, Cedar Falls, IA" which I assumed was the printing company. I do not have a newspaper clipping of any obituaries that may have been been published.
Added by Judy O on Jul 18, 2016 12:26 PM
|Mary Thornton||RE: Mathias Welter|
I am betting that the broken stone with "M.W." on it is for Mathias' wife, Marguerite, since she should have been buried with him. Thanks so much for your help.
|Mary Thornton||Mathias Welter|
Next to the stone for my great, grandfather, Mathias Welter, in the Raymond Cemetery is stone labeled "Father." Is there any information etched on the stone--birth and death dates? Thanks so much for your help.
Mary Kayser Thornton
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