|yvonne hurt||RE: Phebe (Dryer) Thomasson|
i put a new picture of them up i figured out it was them just to let you know use them where ever you want to
|Shirley H||RE: Betty Sautter Hamby|
Hi you are very welcome. I did not like the way the photo for Betty Hamby turned out so I traveled back there to re-shoot that photo. I also have a photo of (her husband?) Preston Hamby if you are interested. Shirley
|Karyn Crouse||Nagel family|
Hi Judy! I think I have you in my tree - was your maiden name Sautter? If so, we are 3rd cousins 2x removed. Would be happy to share whatever information I can! Karyn email@example.com
|Kathy (Hoy) Eltiste||Sautter Tombstone Pics|
First and Foremost, Thank You for asking, as most people don't. Yes, you may use my photos, with appropriate credit reference.
I am happy, I was able to help.
|Kathy (Hoy) Eltiste||SS|
|Luella Hinrichsen||RE: Minnie (Duncan) Asendrof-Hall|
Photos would be wonderful! How nice! I love your dedication to find information for memorials! Obits aren't always clear about death places, glad you found the death info.
|Luella Hinrichsen||RE: Minnie (Duncan) Asendorf|
How nice to have more information for her memorial! Thank you for helping to make that possible, I have added what you sent! I appreciate all your work, God bless!
|Mona Rhone||RE: Sarah (Marshall) Boone|
I've only just found your message with the information about Sarah Boone. I have added it to her bio.
|Jason Holmes||RE: Margaret (Holland) Fultz-Duncan|
You are very welcome. I realized after posting the picture that the same stone is posted under William Robert Duncan, but the cemetery records only account for one Duncan memorial stone. Since both of the death certificates for Robert and Margaret document "Hubbell Cemetery" as the place of burial, I made a bit of a leap and assumed that they were both buried at that memorial.
|RONALD V. BROWN||RE: Cynthia Ann (Lewis) Jamison|
Judy: The following is a copy and past of the answer I just left for Mary.
The past couple years I have been working on trying to recover, identify, and restore the broken headstones in the Pearson Cemetery as all of them are broken. To date I still have 11 unidentified graves of which I believe 7 to be children from the size of the graves, and the others I believe to be 4 adults from there sizes, and of these 4 adults graves I believe only 1 to be a female adult grave buried along side of an unidentified male grave. From 3 lists that I have acquired, 1 from the Falls City Court House and 2 from lists from the Falls City Public Library with names of persons supposedly buried in the Pearson Cemetery I have found no names of JAMISON or HOOD as another contributor as suggested as her 2nd husband! Until I find more in the cemetery this is all I can say as for now. I still have over 50% of the cemetery to search by spike probing the ground! Keep checking the cemetery sight from time to time as I will add any new info when and if I should find more. Ronald
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