R unyan Family As you can see I still am having trouble hitting the correct keys to do what I want. Guess I will blame it on age. I was wondering if you would transfer the following to me as they are a part of my stepfather, Howard Wilson Runyan's family. Howard F Runyan #132497211; Bertha Bird Runyan #132497235 and Emma B Runyan #132977100. I am able to add more information on actual birth dates, death dates and places etc. Thank you for your great photos. Carol Sansenbach #48818297
Howard W Runyan (1922-1970) Hi Dave, Sorry I am not very proficient with computers so will try to keep this until I finish before I send it. Howard Runyan was my step Dad. There is another entry under Howard Wilson Runyan but it was listed as Cedar Memorial Cemetery by Sue. I have contacted her and she hss changed the cemetery designation per the bio which is where he was buried. You have such a wonderful picture under the memorial you created for Howard W Wilson I was wondering if you could transfer it to Howard Wilson Runyan and then delete your memorial as I believe they are the same person. Thank you for your time in attending to this situation.
Anna Skripsky (1845 - 1935) Would you please let me know where you found the information on the date Anna died (and if you have it, where she is buried). I am looking for supporting documentation on my family tree research. I was told that Anna died in the Czech Republic and was subsequently buried there. I would sincerely appreciate any information you can provide. Thank you very much!
Re: Joseph Bulichek (1872-1927) Hi Dave: This gravestone may not go with the information you added to the memorial. Joseph Bulichek, the son of Frank Bulichek and Anna Bednar Bulichek, and husband of Marie Becicka Bulichek, was born May 1846 in Bohemia and died 21 Sep 1915 (per his will). He was about 16 years older than Marie, who was born in 1864. She is buried in the First Presbyterian Cemetery in Ely. Her parents are buried there also. I'm not sure where Joseph is buried. He may be buried in the First Presbyterian Cemetery as well. Joseph, also, fought in the Civil War. Since the birthdate on this stone is 1872, this would be further proof that the stone does not coincide with your information.
RE: All okay? I don't recall if I answered. I will send you an email. I haven't made it back there. I was in Hawaii too long and ended up having to just come to FL straight away, where I am now living part of the year.