|Kevin Smith (#47743575)|
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It sure is difficult researching my genealogy from the south living in the cold north! I come from the lines of Chambers (Myers) and Smith (Wisener). Appreciate all the help I can get and happy to help when I can!|
**ALWAYS feel free to use my photos as your own!**
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|Sylvia Gowen Gardenhire||RE: Roy Smith 20579960|
I don't know... I do have some Smith's in my family tree, but I don't know about Roy. If I took a photo of his headstone somewhere, I may have been taking it for someone else.. I don't really remember... Sorry...
Thanks so much for transferring my families memorial to me and so quickly too! I appreciate all you have done for their memorials and this website!
Added by VJS on Mar 27, 2015 8:29 PM
|Tammy Robertson||RE: Carl C Smith|
Do you know if this is the Carl C Smith that is a son of Henry Marshall Smith from Collinsville? I have not been able to find a death record that I am certain is him. We know he lived in Oklahoma for a while at the time he was in the military. We have no real information when and where he was after that. We did find a Carl C Smith buried in OK that we have believed to be him until now. His wife was Idell. So it could be either. The dates for both of these burials are very close in date. Birth and death. Thanks.
|Tammy Robertson||Carl C Smith|
I wonder if you have any additional information about Carl C Smith #88611792. We are researching a Smith family from that area and we have found two Carl Smith headstones. This one and one I Oklahoma. We know our great Uncle Carl was in OK for a while but we don't have any concrete information that he died there. Thanks in advance for your time.
Tammy Smith Robertson
|Joe Chester||Slauson & Kidney @ Forest Hill/Pewaukee|
Thank you very much for updating these memorials and helping to connect the families.
|Janet Marie||Daugherty memorials|
I sent you a request about a month ago that may have been "lost in cyberspace".
I believe that Mrs. Samuel Daugherty # 91150781 and Lucinda H. Daughtery # 91150677 at Forest Hill Cemetery in Pewaukee, WI, are in fact the same person. If you look closely at the photos you took, there appears to be some cement on one side of the marker. I think you accidently created two memorials using the front of the marker on one memorial and the back of the memorial on the other.
Please look into this, combine the memorials, and remove one.
P.S. I'm an "expert" at this - having done the same thing myself. :)
|C. Koty||RE: William Congdon|
21 Sep 2014: First, I need to apologize. On a hunch, I went over to the cemetery because I knew there were other Congdon headstones near the large family headstone....and I found William!!! I don't know how I missed him the first time. There is a William Sr. and William Jr. There is also an Ann Elizabeth, Virgil and Walter. I put pictures of all of these headstones on their appropriate findagrave.com sheet.
Again, I'm so sorry I didn't notice it the first time I walked through. Since my initial visit, I now have pictures of 95% of all the headstones in the cemetery, but I did not revisit that area after my initial walk-thorough.
Added by C. Koty on Sep 21, 2014 1:00 PM
|Tammy Robertson||Carl C Smith|
Hello! I wonder if you have any information on the memorial for Carl C Smith #88611792? This my be our family. My great grand Uncle was Carl Curtis Smith born in Alabama about the same time. He was married to Idell Burnette? The only difference is that we found information that lead us to believe he was buried in OK where he served in the military. We have found nothing for her there. Just wondering if you have any information. If this is the same person and it is your Smith family we may have information for you.
Thanks for all your work!
|msparr||Forest Hill cemetery|
Thank you for photos of markers for Knegendorf family in Forest Hill cemetery in Pewaukee, Wisconsin. Appreciate your contributions
Added by msparr on Nov 03, 2013 8:39 AM
Kevin, No, Max and Fannie Wolkomir were not nearby Sam and Jennie. They buried at Mound Zion cemetery in Brookfield, Wisconsin. I may be wrong? See in website, http://www.jewishmuseummilwaukee.org/history/statistics/burial/records.php?alpha=W&pageon=7
Added by RSV on Sep 04, 2013 12:52 PM
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