|Cliff Doel (#47628867)|
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The memorials I manage are primarily connected to my family. Some are based on requests from friends. Others are the result of random historical and genealogical interests.|
My research interests are the DOEL families of Wiltshire, England (1700-1900). I am a descendant of the DOEL FAMILY OF NAPANOCH, NY, headed by George Doel (1815-1873) and his wife Anna Smith Doel (1815-1900). Information on this family may be found on the website below.
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You are very welcome! I'm glad I could help. Best regards, Devon
Added by DevonG on Nov 15, 2015 12:59 AM
|Joan F. Byington||RE: Appreciation|
You're welcome....happy to help. Joan
|DSH||Samuel Hall / 141513685|
Sorry for the delay. The obituary you sent on 2/26/2015 has been posted.
Added by DSH on Aug 24, 2015 1:36 PM
|David Baird||RE: Appreciation|
you are very welcome. For your information I created memorials for other Rogers family members this morning for that cemetery
|Will Carrick||RE: Appreciation|
You're welcome. I'm going to add some memorials that have not been done for the Clewetts who do have individual headstones (Herber, Thelma, Margery, and Kenneth) -- I need to retake the photos. There are some others in the Lot, but they do not have individual headstones (E.M. Clewett -- Eben Clewett, I think -- originally purchased the entire lot -- 8 graves).
|Bonnie L. Flowers Farley||Photos|
I would like permission to copy all of your pictures of Mr & Mrs. George Doel & any pictures pertaining to their family. I am Margaret Doel Bol's youngest dau., Bonnie, granddaughter of Ray & Emma Doel
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Dunton Sites|
Thanks so much for beautiful photos on the above family sites. I have added a site for Flora Dunton. I appreciate your time in visiting and photographing these family sites. richard
|Cate Daley||RE: Appreciation|
You're very welcome!
|David Haspert||Sr. Alexia Schueler|
You sent me some info regarding the Polifka family buried in St. Catharina Cemetery in Catharine, KS in which you indicated came from a book on the church's burial records.
If so, can you lookup Sr. Alexia Schueler (4/3/1889 - 2/17/1983).
Someone left me a message regarding the Schueler family and is looking for Sr. Alexia and thinks she may be buried at this cemetery, and is where her parents, Alexander and Clementina, are buried.
|Shawn Martin||RE: Appreciation|
Cliff, finally got some better shadows on Madeline's stone! i'm uploading the photo now,
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