|L. B. (#47572352)|
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|For all of you that are and have updated memorials in Find A Grave THANK YOU. It is greatly appreciated. |
For those who send me edits, if you are a relative I will be glad to transfer them to you.
Note-Any obituaries that I have listed on a memorial can be found on the Osborne Public Library website. http://osborne.advantage-preservation.com/
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|RMW||Sylvia J. Miller|
Thanks for the maiden name for Sylvia.
I also want to let you know, my cousin, Denise, went to the cemetery. Got a picture of Louis Fredrick Wendt's stone. So, we have his correct dates. Memorial# 81163322
Added by RMW on May 29, 2016 9:55 PM
Thank you kindly for the unexpected transfer! Your work is appreciated!
Added by HJ on May 25, 2016 2:02 AM
|Jessica Bunch||Thank you|
Thank you for the transfers of Dana and William Guyer :) Jessica
|Eva Pippin Flowers||Harry Ashburn Rathbun|
Thank you once again for your generosity in being willing to transfer your work! I have updated the site and so appreciate your willingness to set it up! You are a great asset to FindAGrave! Be blessed!!
|Farm Girl from MO.||RE: Infant Spencer-64561859|
Someone must have complained to those in charge of this site. I just don't see anything wrong with using the little girl as a flower on a young child or infants memorial. If you come across one that someone else has used let me know so I can save it to my scrapbook again. I much prefer it to the Forget Me Not flowers. Have a nice evening,
|Farm Girl from MO.||RE: Unnamed Infant Collins|
Only thing I can think of is to check the pre-1910 death certificate records. They are not complete but since the death was before 1910 that is the only place I can think of unless you just happen to come across an obit for the parents or a sibling that mentions the infant. Wish I could be of more help on this one. Have a nice day.