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|*** Our group coordinator John Melton died August 12. 2011. You can continue to send messages to the group, or contact one of the other members listed below. Mel Slane Sept.8,2011. *****|
Putting the "Find" in Find A Grave!
We concentrate on cemeteries serving communities in northern PEORIA COUNTY, ILLINOIS, in an arc stretching from Brimfield to Chillicothe.
Most of the memorials are supported by gravestone photos, which can be attached / e-mailed upon request.
We're always in search of complete information and will respond promptly to any queries / suggestions.
Members include Steve, John, Amy, Bruce, Janine, Jeanette, Mel, Mike, Teresa, & Tracy, plus Civil War expert, Baxter Fite, III.
Please direct queries / suggestions to above members regarding memorials.
We're here to help!
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|Thomas Wiley||RE: Eliza Thompson|
I wish I did. I was hoping he was buried with his wife, but I can find no record of it.
|Thomas Wiley||RE: Eliza Thompson|
Find a grave Memorial# 63949670
|Waunita M Herron||Simon Reed # 44543044|
Please transfer my GGG grandfather Simon Reed to me.
My Find A Grave # 21335338
Thank you for setting him up, or I would not have been able to locate him.
|Thomas Wiley||Eliza Thompson|
Please delete the spouse of Elise Thompson, Pvt Andrew Thompson. Although he served in the war and had the same birth and death dates, he was not negro.
|MrsB||Colgans in Blair--THANKS!|Added by MrsB on Oct 10, 2014 7:40 PM
|Sandy Brace||Esther Noll|
Thanks for the info on Esther Elizabeth Bachman Noll in Glendale cemetery. In Washington. I was transferred the grave and had not had time to check the info yet. Are you family? If you have any other relatives of hers I would love for you to transfer them to me since we are relatives. Thank you for all you do.
|MrsB||RE: Colgans in Blair, Nebraska|
For the moment, I think we will be okay because of the photos. After we have them added, and the memorials are all "shipshape" then if you would like me to transfer some I will be happy to do so.
Added by MrsB on Oct 06, 2014 3:09 PM
|Mr B||Colgans in Blair (again)|
I just accepted 4 photo requests for Colgans in Holy Cross, and hopefully that should help in your search!
Added by Mr B on Oct 06, 2014 12:44 PM
|MrsB||Colgans in Blair, Nebraska|
Thank you for your edits. My problem is that cemetery records seem to show 2 sets of Bernard and Catherine Colgans, one pair (unk, 4/9/1932) and (unk, 4/25/1932) and buried in Block 24, Lot 10, Spaces 8 & 9 and the other pair (1866-1932) and (1867-1932) buried in Block 24, Lot 11, Spaces 10 & 12 (with a Francis Michael Colgan (1896-4/22/1951) buried in Block 24, Lot 11, Space 11, between what would seem to be his parents.
It feels like duplicate entries, and since Block 24, Lot 10 has no more Colgans in it, and Thomas J (possibly Lee) (3/26/1894-12/8/1948) is also in that Lot 11 (Space 7) it may be that the Lot 11 is the winner, with birth years of 1866 and 1867 needing to be filled in for the unknowns.
I would very much like your "take" on this. Truthfully, even if you go out to Holy Cross, there is not a whole bunch of difference between Lots 10 and 11, but if Bernard and Catherine are buried next to their children, then the secretary at St. Francis Borgia may have made an error back in the 1930's when all these were entered in the first place.
Added by MrsB on Oct 06, 2014 12:25 PM
|Martha (Mallett) Sisler||RE: Susanna Dollison|
Thank you for your response. I am sure the information I sent you is correct. When something displayed publicly is wrong, that bothers me a lot. I'll have to not take it so seriously, maybe!
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