|David Schram (#47643772)|
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Married to Stefani, father of four, grandfather of twelve, retired V.P. of Engineering for a major food processor. Enjoy family, genealogy, travel and friends. NOTE: I try my best to avoid duplication, but If you discover that I have entered a duplicate memorial with a later date, please let me know and I will remove it asap. Thank you.|
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|Ruth Briggs||Jeannie Shaw|
Would you please link her to her mother. Alma Gertrude Mosher Macy?Find A Grave #84237801.
She was the daughter of Bernard Macy he died on Nov 13, 1959 in Bexar, Texas. He was cremated so don't know the location of his ashes. Mother was Alma Gertrude Mosher Macy. Her name is on the stone with Jeannie. Thank you for your help. Alma was my grandmother's niece.
|Richard Grant ||Anna Lee Horner Grant|
Thanks for your work in presenting an entry for Anna Lee "Annie" Horner Grant. She and Robert Lincoln Grant are my paternal grandparents.
They had three children not two. Robert Cullen Grant (1902-1989) was a child not listed and is my father. I am thinking you might want to add him to the list.
I came across this while doing research for an autobiography I intend just for my 11 progeny, 4 kids and 7 grandkids. I wish someone earlier had done this for me and the rest of the family.
Thanks again for your work. It's great.
Richard L Grant
|deanna french||Dewey Co. FAG photo's Blair/Blanchard|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting place of many "Old soldiers/sailors" that had roots in Vt.I have found on Find A Grave that you have contributed memorial photo's for two such patriots; Robert Blair, and George Blanchard. There may be others I haven't "found yet". I would like to ask you if I may use photo's that you have taken, that relate to Vt in the C.W. to post on the Vt. Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Mae||82018044 Henry "Fred" Leseberg|
Thank you, David, for the transfer. I do appreciate it.
Have a good day!
Added by Mae on Aug 11, 2016 11:57 AM
|Dana||RE: Dust Bowl around Enid 3|
This must have been what I saw the first time; as I asked my uncle about it after seeing it. My dad, you didn't know whether he was stretching the truth.My uncle would rather not talk about it(deceased now). I have my feelers out to my other aunt in Enid.She was a teacher in Enid.Her father was not a farmer as I remember. I thought it covered most of the farmlands of OK,not just a strip of land from Delhart,TX to western KS.
I can remember my grandfather talking about jack rabbits as a child younger than seven (56 years ago).It's funny the things you remember.
Added by Dana on Jul 19, 2016 8:50 PM
|Dana||RE: Dust Bowl around Enid 2|
I watched the History Channel rerun today.It hit hardest about 100 miles west of Enid (Fargo,OK hardest hit in OK).But some hospital in Enid accepted patients for the dust pneumonia.I thought it was the Black Lizard-NO the Black Blizzard. My grandmother A. did say something about it,just don't remember details.
As far as William Erickson,it seem like she said that Aunt Belle and Uncle Andrew lost children,but there is no one around anymore to confirm ,except a death certificate from OKC or courthouse in Enid.(I am 1000 miles away and get there about every five years or so. Thanks for understanding
Added by Dana on Jul 19, 2016 4:24 PM
|Dana||Dust Bowl around Enid|
Any idea how the Black Lizards affected Enid and surrounding areas? My G-Grandmother may have died from it. My uncle would not talk about,born at the beginning of it.
The hospital in Enid had cases of dust pneumonia,but never documented as COD. Thanks
Added by Dana on Jul 19, 2016 1:18 PM
|Dana||Dust Bowl around Enid|Added by Dana on Jul 19, 2016 1:13 PM
Thanks for transferring Archie Hendricks.
I really appreciate it!
Since I'm not in Enid that I could research it,have you looked it up at the courthouse or cemetery?
Aunt Belle and Uncle Andrew never had children that were living when she passed,I would not for sure.
Added by Dana on Jun 29, 2016 6:32 AM
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