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Pam Witherow (#47364463)
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Bio Photo I am simply doing this because I love it and love helping people. I don't care about the numbers, I only care about the living people walking into brick walls when searching for open doors.
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Debbie
RE: John DOSS
No worries Pam. I completely understand. Despite popular opinion, there is life offline!
Added by Debbie on Nov 23, 2014 6:45 PM
leslie
Hillcrest Cem.
I live only 8 miles away from Brighton and this was my first cemetery I started back in 2003 and Im not finished yet. I also go to the Washington Co. Library once or twice a week.
Added by leslie on Nov 22, 2014 7:55 PM
leslie
Laban Fleak
Laban Fleak is buried in the Hillcrest Cemetery In Brighton, Iowa with his wife Elizabeth.
Added by leslie on Nov 22, 2014 6:47 PM
Debbie
John DOSS
Hi Pam!

Thanks for all the work you've done. I like to help others, too. I have a question about John DOSS in Shelby County. Are you related? Where did you find his marriage date?

If you are related, I have his sister's name, his sister's children's info as John's niece is my great grandma. He is my gg uncle but I trust him in your caring hands if you wish to keep it or I will gladly take control but it's not required.

His niece and nephew traveled on the same boat. The little=boy was raised by his aunt and uncle and cousins. My great grandma lived in Shelby County til she married.

My email is debbiegenealogy at gmail
Added by Debbie on Nov 21, 2014 3:03 AM
Gail Hawkins-Tulleners
RE: Eliza Bennett
Your welcome. But I'm still not positive it is not spelled Wibley, sometimes legal documents can also have the spelling incorrect.
Added by Gail Hawkins-Tulleners on Nov 15, 2014 10:44 AM
smhansen
Robison
Hi Pam,

Thank you for your dedication to Find A Grave and for making the additions to the Robison memorials! Suzanne
Added by smhansen on Nov 14, 2014 5:22 PM
Farm Girl from MO.
RE: Wackers buried in the Saint Joseph Cemetery (old)
Yes, I am sure glad the weather was a lot nicer today than it was yesterday with sunshine & no wind. My feet still got cold and I had on my winter boots, too. At least it didn't take us very long to get that job done.

Don't fret about repeating the fact that there are two St. Joseph cemeteries in Edina. Sometimes it is better to remind everyone that there are two of them. Even more confusing when there are two or more cemeteries in different counties or states with the exact same name. I think there are several Mount Tabor cemeteries out there but I have only worked with the one east of Atlanta, Mo. in Macon County.

Good luck getting those other memorials moved to where they belong. Sounds like you have your work cut out for you. Have a nice evening, Farm Girl from MO.
Added by Farm Girl from MO. on Nov 14, 2014 3:23 PM
Farm Girl from MO.
RE: Wackers buried in the Saint Joseph Cemetery (old)
Done with working our calves. Always glad when that job is done. Just curious to know if you ever got that memorial that the lady moved to another state moved back to the St. Joseph cemetery in Edina? Seems odd that she would have moved it to another state! I did find a folder in my files where I have a complete listing for the Old Saint Joesph cemetery in Edina that I printed out from an on-line website some time ago. The Wacker's are all listed as being buried in it. I also have lists that I printed out for several other cemeteries in Knox County but I didn't find one for the New St. Joseph cemetery. I am mainly interested in cemeteries in Adair, Macon and Putnam Counties but I sometimes check out cemeteries in the surrounding counties as well. Keep in touch and thanks for all you have done and for letting me know about the errors in my cemetery location for the Wacker's.
Added by Farm Girl from MO. on Nov 14, 2014 2:20 PM
Farm Girl from MO.
Thanks for the additional transfer.
Thanks for transfering Mary Wacker's memorial to me. I sure hope you day goes more smoothly than yesterday. Those little ones can sure be a hand full. I don't have any grandchildren but do have two dogs and a couple of cats to take care of. Somethimes they seem like children when they get underfoot especially since we have most of them indoors! I will be busy today so won't get much done on the computer. Having the vet working our calves this afternoon. Keep warm, Farm Girl from MO.
Added by Farm Girl from MO. on Nov 14, 2014 9:13 AM
Farm Girl from MO.
Thanks for the transfer.
Thanks so much for transfering the memorial for George William Wacker to me. It is so much nicer to work with someone so nice as you. If you can find a few minutes between those grandsons distractions could you also transfer George's wife, Mary's memorial as well. I would really like to keep the family together. If a close relative comes along I will transfer these memorails to them but as far as I know they had no children. Yes, we can all be difficult at times but it sure doesn't get some of those "pain in the you know where contributors" any help from me. Great working with you. Have a good evening.
Added by Farm Girl from MO. on Nov 13, 2014 4:31 PM
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