|MLR Nuki||RE: Jesse Banes Family|
You are so very welcome! I am happy to help and also happy that these could be read easily!!!
Added by MLR Nuki on Sep 23, 2015 12:25 AM
Thank you ma'm...I was wondering if you'd be the one to pick these up...
Added by CMiller on Sep 18, 2015 8:40 AM
|Deanna||RE: Barkmans in Erie|
Thanks. The names on his parents on the inscription do not match the census records. Martin Barkman and Addie Gray in the census records are contemporaries of David (Martin born in 1842 and Addie in 1851)-Martin was born in PA so he may be his older brother. This headstone looks to be in great shape. It does not look over 100 years old. Do you think it was created way after his death by someone who did not know his parents?
I have created the other memorials. I would appreciate your adding the photos to them. If you want, I can take all of them over (including ones you created previously such as Alberta and Howard Barkman) and link them together (or you can).
Added by Deanna on Aug 20, 2015 9:10 AM
|P. Eadie||Walter Scott|
Cemetery records show that Walter is buried in the same plot as his family. However, there is no inscription on the monument. Would you like me to upload a photo of the monument to his site?
Added by P. Eadie on Aug 10, 2015 5:40 AM
|P. Eadie||RE: Allen Scott Family|
Yes, there were two other Scott Family members listed. James (1885-1929) and Mary H (1865- 1895). I have the photos if you would like to open a memorial site for them on Find A Grave, I would be happy to upload the photos. Please advise.
Added by P. Eadie on Aug 08, 2015 4:06 PM
|Mary Phalan||Andrew Scott in Laurel Hill?|
I found a stone for Andrew Scott at Laurel Hill Cemetery, although your record has him buried in Lawnview Cemetery. Is the Laurel Hill stone in error?
|Judy Morgon||FAG # 116628443|
Thank you for taking time to locate and photograph the headstone for Catherine Perkins. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated.
|Deanna||John and Marie Carlson|
Thanks so much Ann....We really appreciate you taking this photo for us. It's just beautiful. John and Marie were my husband's great grandparents. They immigrated to America from Sweden in 1882 with four children. They had six more in America in Whiteside County, Illinois.
Added by Deanna on Jun 18, 2015 4:43 PM
|Keith McDonald||barbara reul|
thanks for taking the time to get her photo for me. i created a record for her husband donald j reul, can you also upload pic to his?
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