|Dennis and Carrol Freed (#47291241)|
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|Patsy Hittle Gore||Henry Freed d:1904 Kansas|
Hi I notice you had a Henry Freed memorial posted with No Cemetery listed I believe if you check you will find him buried in Wichitia Kansas on Find A Grave. There is also an obituary for him & h8s wife & some of their Children. Happy Digging from Alaska, Patsy Hittle Gore
Thank you very much for the burial information on Phebe Hatfield. I have added it to her memorial : )
Added by Calcat on Mar 31, 2014 12:57 AM
|Gwen Evans||The Evans's grave photos|
Dennis and Carol, I can't believe that I was able to see my mom and dad's graves online. I was so surprised. And I was even more surprised when I found out exactly who had posted them! My deepest gratitude for your kind way of remembering my parents. I know your parents have made their final journey and I send my deepest condolences and sympathy. Again, thank you so much.
I am in search of Lorenzo Dowell Casebeer and wife Catherine ? Their daughter Mary Francis Casebeer was my gggrandmother who married Alkanah McKinney. I know that they lived in Champaign, Illinois. Mary died in Knox Indiana and is buried there. I found him in one census under the name Dow. IF you happen to have any info on him, I would appreciate your help.
Susan McKinney Zingrich
Added by SuZ on May 23, 2013 2:12 PM
|J.A. & D.S.||Hello from Florida|
Hope all is well and you had a nice Easter.
Wishing you the best for the Spring.
(ilovethehyenas - Google email)
My aunt's maiden name is Casebeer. I'm now documenting her side in our family tree. You've done a great job maintaining and linking the various Casebeer sites. It has helped me greatly. Thanks.
check out the book "Hills of Hope " on Our Roots site on page 404. you will find William and Eleanor!!
Added by Alison on Jun 06, 2012 7:00 AM
I am Rauf's aunt. It was so nice to read your post and to know he is still remembered. We still miss him everyday. I agree, he was much too young. Just for your information, his father, Billy, just recently passed away.
Added by wanda on Dec 29, 2011 6:36 AM
|J.A. & D.S.||Louis Henry Diefenbach|
I was visiting the memorials of our ancestors the Diefenbach, and saw that you transferred the memorial for Louis to me. I don't know what to say. I will do my best to manage it as best I can. I have recently gotten in touch with a cousin, who's mother called Henry Diefenbach's daughter Mary J. (m. Spriggs), her grandmother. I am trying to gather as much info as I can. Trying to find out if it is accurate. I will keep you updated, unless you wish I do not.
Thank you again for being so gracious with the info you had and the transfer. That was a big surprise.
Have a happy Holiday Season.
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Jacob Casebeer Photo|
Thank you- glad to have helped. I was making a trip down there anyhow to photograph stones of my family so I thought I'd try and help someone else as well. The camera I have causes each photo to be anywhere from 4-5MB each, so I have to reduce them a great deal before I can upload them to this site to meet the 350KB so I'm glad that the quality is still okay. Some of the stones are hard to read on a good day but we actually had a break in the weather this week.
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