|Michael Kearney (#47476572)|
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My family has lived in Clinton County, Iowa since 1840. I was born in Clinton 100 years later. Irish and German ancestry. Fluent in German and Spanish. Published "Midwest Families".|
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|Larry Dodrill||John Murray Request from 2014|
I went back to a long lost email I have not used and noticed that you put a picture of John Murray's head stone on for us back in 2014. Sorry for such a delay reply but I wanted to thank you VERY much for what u did. Have a Happy New Year.
|Linda Fenlon||Anna Walde Iten|
I don't know where the middle initial came from, but I see 2 census records and the married record that show her middle initial as 'L'.
Let me know if you can correct it.
|Linda Fenlon||Sadie Iten Scribner|
Please correct the spelling of her married name. Look at the stone.
|Wendy McIntosh||James Lee Fuller|
Please removed the photo of the headstone from this memorial. This memorial is inaccurate as James was not buried in Nebraska - he was buried in Whiteside, Illinois. the photo you posted is from the cemetery in Whiteside.
|deanna french||FAG Photo's Fish/Rexford|
I am an amateur Vermont historian, and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting place of many of our Civil War veterans. This "trip" has taken me to Iowa, where is listed several hundred vets, with Vermont ties,that made this their last home. In browsing Find A Grave I have found two in Clinton County which you have posted a marker photo for ( Miner E.Fish & Denison Rexford), I am asking if you would give me permission to add these to the 'Vermont Civil War Data base?'
If you would like to "check this out" you can go to " www.vermontcivilwar.org. I have contributed many items, photo's, letters, obit's etc, and through it have learned more about the CW. than I ever did in High School history class.
You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Maria Goretti||Finnegan Family|
I just want to send you my heartfelt thanks for taking the time & trouble to post my distant relatives ie Malachy Finnegan & Family on this page, they were proving to be very difficult to find until I came across your entry. Many thanks and blessings to you & yours,
|Harold & Bonita Meier||Fox|
The rules of Find A Grave this site is for the those who have passed away. Donavon #114052361 is still living I would believe. Our thought for the day. Thanks Bonita Meyer Meier
|JHaight||Detlef Peter Naeve, Jr photo|
Thank you for posting the photo for this grave. Much appreciated! J Gehlsen Haight
Added by JHaight on May 29, 2016 1:05 PM
|PBadtram||Your Photo Error on #6688005|
You have an incorrect marker photo on Arnold P. Walliker's (#6688005) memorial. I was just in Springdale cemetery today and took the correct one. Please remove yours to avoid confusion. Thanks!
Added by PBadtram on May 28, 2016 9:41 PM
|Teresa||Lyle Jumpy Brooks twin sister|
Lyle R. “Jumpy” Brooks, 82, of Erie, died peacefully at home on Saturday, March 26, 2016. Services will be held at 10:30 AM on Wednesday, March 30th at Gibson – Bode Funeral Home, Erie. Visitation will be from 4 – 7 PM on Tuesday at the funeral home preceded by a Masonic Lodge Service at 3:30 PM. Burial will be in Sharon Cemetery, rural Erie. Memorials may be made to the Erie United Methodist Church or the Erie Masonic Lodge #667.
Lyle Richard Brooks, known by most as “Jumpy”, was born May 20, 1933 in rural Erie, Illinois, the son of Harold & Ethel Brooks. He graduated from Erie High School in 1951. He married Margo Davis on June 14, 1959 in the Kewanee United Methodist Church. They were longtime members of the Erie United Methodist Church. Together they raised their 4 wonderful sons, and are the proud grandparents of seven.
Lyle joined the Erie Masonic Lodge in 1970 and was a Past Master, serving in 1975, 84’, 94’ and 03’. He was also a lifetime member and served in many of their Officer roles. He was the Erie Township Road Commissioner for 12 years. Lyle worked for John Keeler Construction, Moline for 15 years. In 1973 he started Brooks Excavating in Erie. He enjoyed operating heavy equipment – his work was his hobby. For 25 years, he played Santa Claus in Erie. Lyle also loved going up to the Pink Pony for afternoon coffee with the guys.
He leaves to celebrate his life his wife of nearly 57 years, Margo Brooks; 4 sons, Brian (Angie) Brooks, Bruce Brooks, Bradley (Pam) Brooks, Kyle Brooks (Traci Mask), all of Erie; and 7 grandchildren, Tyler, Tanner, Brianna, Brennan and Blake Brooks, Zackary Vilmont and Rylee Melton. He was preceded in death by his parents; brother and sister-in-law, Arlyn and Esther Brooks; and twin sister Marjorie in infancy.
Added by Teresa on Mar 28, 2016 2:28 PM
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