|Robert Burke (#47409631)|
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Born Beatrice, NE, raised in Lincoln, Nebraska and Dundee, Illinois. Retired Firefighter, Currently National Fire Academy Instructor, Firehouse Magazine Contributing Editor for Hazmat Studies. Author of books Hazmat Chemistry for Emergency Responders 3rd Edition, Counter-Terrorism for Emergency Responders 2nd Edition, Hazmat Teams Across America and Fire Protection: Systems and Response. Married, 10 children, 21 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Working on Burke, Roscoe, Menke and Rile family trees. Hobbies, Geneology, Gardening, Auctions and yard sales and HUSKER FOOTBALL.|
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|Brenda J. Masters Charles||RE: Information|
I need more time to do some research on John Sweet 1579-1637. You can take your time on this one. The stories I had attached several years ago do not match the records I found on Ancestry.com. I need to sort it all out & try to verify my information. I am finished working on his spouse, Mary (Periam) Sweet-Holiman. Her 1st husband was John Sweet married abt. 1619 who died 15 May 1637. Abt a year later she married her 2nd. husband Holiman.
Source Note: John Sweet in the U.S. & Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500's-1900's. John Sweet arrived May 31, 1632 at Salem, Massachusetts USA. His family members were his wife Mary (Periam) Sweet, Daughter Renewed Marabah Sweet, Son James, & Son John. [all born in England. John Sweet Sr. died in Salem, MA. Source Publication Code: 116.1.] More to follow. I will try & answear all your questions next.
|Wendy Bovee Oldham||Boyce Transfers|
Transferred the requested Memorials to you, let me know if I have anymore you would like from Riverside in South New Berlin, NY. I would be happy to transfer to you. I spend a lot of time there as its my hometown cemetery, and have photographed 85% of it so far.
Memorials transferred. Let me know if you want other memorials from Liberty Cemetery transferred. I photographed most of the cemetery and set up a number of the memorials. If they aren't related to me, I would be happy to transfer them.
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