|JAMSearch||Lilly Chesser Geboe|
Lilly Merty Chesser Geboe was my Great Aunt. Sister to my Grandfather. David and Lilly were divorced and She died young and so did all her children.
|Martin W Johnson||RE: Peleg Sweet|
im a local historian & civil war researcher for this north central illinois area. i emailed you my 14 free websites for this area. martin johnson belvidere illinois.
|Carla McClasky||RE: Emily Jameson Morris|
I am doing a lot better. Finally getting back to my ancestry. I go out sometimes to different counties for others to help them. It is really relaxing and interesting to see all these cemeteries.
|Jeanie Leete||Mrs Myrtle May "Myrtie" Martz Thomas|
I'm not sure who told you there was no marker but I added the plot location for you. Isn't it wonderful to see how much work and TLC it takes to make all this website actually work. Surely your efforts of adding the cross to her marker makes it that much more special to you.
|KLElkins||RE: John Kennedy DeMoss|
I found some DeMoss family hidden away in Iola Kansas Cemetery that may not be on Find A Grave. I will eventually get the information and will send you what I have.
Added by KLElkins on Jun 30, 2014 11:52 PM
|Rick Foster||RE: Emily Woods Myers|
BTW next to Emily is possible her spouse in the same plot.
Harry E Myers - 1857-1929
Lakeview Cemetery sec 10-70-0
Find a grave record #75006292
I have indicated a spousal link correction just in case. Hope this will be of help to you..
|Tracey (Maxson) Collins||Eli DeMoss|
Eli DeMoss in Monterey, IN...you had a question about the writing on his stone. All that is there is his name and under that it's March and May. Hope that helps! DeMoss's were one the first settlers in this area and were prominent members of the community :)
|ClaireM||RE: Nancy Orr Jamison|
No problem. It is always interesting to visit the small out of the way cemeteries.
Added by ClaireM on Jul 21, 2013 5:40 PM
|dlk from KS||RE: Robert Spafford|
thank you--it was just a long shot, your name was on a flower on the memorial page
|dlk from KS||Robert Spafford, DeKalb IL|
Just wondering if you are related to Robert Spafford and if so, if you would have any idea where his mother Elizabeth Boice Spafford Nicholson is buried. Thanks!
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