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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.
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Judy Cain Bowser
Chapin and Minnie Baker
Thank you for transferring Chapin and Minnie Baker's memorials. I really appreciate it.
Added by Judy Cain Bowser on Nov 17, 2014 1:01 PM
John Hardester
Boller Family
Not related to the Boller family. Just looking into them for a friend. No need to transfer them. Thank you for the offer.
Added by John Hardester on Nov 04, 2014 8:43 AM
RE: Pearl Derucke
Thank you for the transfer. The Alonzo Dunbar/Eugene Rosman relationship I referenced originates with my maternal PA/IN/WI Carpenter family. I have a Jacob Starr and Mary Smith (Fayette & Rush Co. IN, 1800-1830). Smith is the Carpenter relationship, but did your Starrs move from Northumberland/Lycoming Co. PA before Indiana?
Added by INDIANATURTLE on Oct 21, 2014 6:16 PM
RE: Bernice Jenkins
Sorry to hear about your husband. Best Wishes! My husband had a double by-pass in 2008, but NOT a heart attack, so I know a little of what you are going through. JLF
Added by JLF on Oct 21, 2014 3:32 PM
Moebus family
As I was photoing the stones of Fred and Laura Moebus, I also found stones for Wilbur and Myrtle. I assume they are family members.
If you will create memorials for them, I will be glad to attach the photos I took today.
Added by Deb on Oct 19, 2014 1:45 PM
Ken Robinson
Your request's for Grave Stone Pic's in Downs Cemetery
My wife and I didn't find grave stones for Opal Miller, George & Rachel Bailey, Clara Greenman, or a stone for Wilson Moore, near Lorena's stone. I think there's a pretty good chance there is a stone for Roger Angell, north of his parents stone. Frank & Alice Bates, may be listed in the Osborne County Burial Book, but they are not listed on the book at the cemetery. My next trip to this cemetery, I'm going to get acquainted with the sexton and see if he can assist me in following the cemetery map. By the way the Esther Watts, situation is still up in the air. I searched the funeral homes in the area as well as the memorial works and come up with nothing. Next trip, I'll check with some of Watt's in Downs and see if they can shed some light. Until later. Ken
Added by Ken Robinson on Aug 30, 2014 7:09 AM
Kim Haukoos

Again thank you so much for all of you dedication, and hard work in helping us find our families. Your pictures are lovely, and you consideration in transferring my family to me has so warmed my heart. Thank you again, for your kindness.
Added by Kim Haukoos on Aug 14, 2014 2:13 PM
Melisa Peterie
John Hackard
I want to thank You very much for adding John Hackard. He is possibly the brother of my great great great grandmother Sarah.

We thought that he had died in Osbourne Co. Ks,
but no one had dates.

Family had gone to Kansas from Iowa and then back to Iowa after John died.

further research is needed to confirm.

Thank You.

Added by Melisa Peterie on Jul 18, 2014 8:06 PM

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