|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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|Janis Martindale||Jasper Goodwin|
Thank you so much for taking the time to do this for me. It is very much appreciated.
|Robin||Robert F Rea|
Wow! I never imagined such a rapid response! Robert Forbes Rea was my maternal great grandfather, who tragically was killed in an accident just days after my grandfather was born. Thank you so much for your prompt reply to my request!!!
Added by Robin on Mar 18, 2015 6:26 PM
|LaDana Riddle Knupp||Thomas Taylor Davis|
Thank you for posting the picture of his grave stone. LRK #47268008
|Kate O||Parker Dexter|
Thank you for the photo!
Snow to deep here to be out looking for stones (CNY). I envoy the green grass. Thanks again.
Added by Kate O on Mar 15, 2015 9:57 AM
Thank you for the wonderful picture. May I have your permission to use your photo on my Ancestry tree?
|SLUKES||Gerald Edward Temple|
Thank you for the picture of the above Find A Grave grave.
Added by SLUKES on Mar 14, 2015 3:15 PM
|Lance W||Goers Family|
I know you have a treasure trove of photos for Springdale and Clinton Lawn. Would you be so kind, when you have time, to fulfill the requests I have put in for these cemeteries for the Goers family? Thanks!
Added by Lance W on Mar 13, 2015 8:20 PM
|Patty||Browne Family of Roscommon|
Thank you so much for posting the photo of Frank and Catherine (Keane) Browne's gravestone. They are my Great Grandparents. My father was placed in an orphanage at age 5 and we have been trying to find out what happened to them. Can I use your photo on my Ancestry family tree? Are you related to the Brownes or Keanes? Now that I know where they are, I am planning to go to the cemetery this summer. Thanks again for posting this. It really helped my research.
Added by Patty on Feb 23, 2015 7:16 PM
|Karen Smith||Hager photo|
Would like to ask permission to use your photo of Harold and Pearl Hager's memorial stone for my family tree. I always give credit! Thanks! Karen
"Chris" Klinge is my 2nd GrGrandfather. He was born in Germany and his full name is Johann Joachim Christian Klinge. I do not know where the "G" listed on his tombstone comes from as the information from Germany reveals the name above. He Immigrated to Clinton County, Iowa, following his older brother Fritz Klinge in 1858. He emigrated from Hamburg on 14 April, 1858 on board a steamship named Borossia and arrive in New York. He ultimately settled on a farm in Clinton County next to the farm of his brother Fritz Klinge (Johann Friederich Christoph Klinge)
J Gehlsen Haight
Added by JHaight on Jan 24, 2015 7:33 PM
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