|Mr B (#47821438)|
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YOU may use any of my Find-A-Grave photos you wish for your personal/NON-commercial use ~ with NO further approval from me. S Buller is married, has 2 grown sons, a beautiful daughter [by marriage], a terrific wife, 3 grandchildren, & is a US Navy veteran. Any info on the Henry J Buller family/relatives of the Conrad Holdeman family tree is appreciated.|
Due to all the new find a grave members who show no respect for us (dedicated members for few or many years) I will only check email & messages about twice a month & do a very limited amount of research while processing the requested photo. I will fix what I can, when I can, & if I can.
I try to be as accurate as possible, but sometimes mistakes are made. Please feel free to help me correct them. At times there are different dates on headstones vs. death records. These dates I cannot correct, these are original records. If graves have been moved to other cemeteries, I didn't do it...someone else made that decision. AND, if I say I couldn't find the stone...it wasn't without some concentrated effort (my wife is just like a bulldog when it comes to finding stones~GRRRR!).
Find A Grave rules:
Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations, this would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents + give me your FAG#! Bulk surname requests should not be made. (this is not my Guildline, this is what is set forth by FAG.)
|Messages left for Mr B (504)||[Leave Message]|
|PFC||RE: Gene Kinnison Blair|
Thank you so much!
Added by PFC on Apr 14, 2015 8:37 AM
|Lisa Trompke||Thank you|
I just wanted to say thank you for taking the photo of Hans Peter Wulf's headstone. He was my Great-Grandfather's brother.
Have an wonderful evening!
Thank you for the photo of Gordon Plummer's grave marker.
Added by DUeckert on Apr 13, 2015 8:18 PM
|John Sloan||RE: Blair, Nebraska Dimmicks|
You're welcome. It was worth a try to see if there was some connection. It is a lead that will be on my 'round tuit list. John
|John Sloan||RE: Blair, Nebraska Dimmicks|
Mr and Mrs B, Thank you for the information concerning the Dimmicks in Blair Washington County, Nebraska. I followed your suggestion about the Washington County Historical Society and was able to get the links to the online obituaries. I have also used your photos on my public Ancestry tree "Sloan Twigs and Branches". Thank you very much
BTW, I noticed your name in the email address is Buller. My research has revealed a Lawrence Morton Buller b. 25 Dec 1872 in Indiana d. 14 Apr 1938 in Grant County, Indiana, USA and is buried Park Cemetery, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, USA Created by: Gerald Rhoades Record added: Oct 26, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 79346158. He married 1) Roas May Dimick (1878-1906) Find A Grave Memorial# 79346433 and 2) Almonta Wright (1879-1935) Find A Grave Memorial# 83715847.
Is he connected to your family line?
|Sheila||Emilia Ann "Millie" Aldridge Pullen|
Great job, Mr. There is something about those two tall monuments side by side. Thank you!
Added by Sheila on Mar 31, 2015 9:13 PM
|~Marcia||Louis Bexten AND Edna|
Mr B ... you found Edna Christensen for me!!!! I thought she was probably buried with Louis, but when his memorial was created, they didn't do one for her.
Thank you!!! Thank you!!! Thank you!!!
Your wife is a doll, too ... she handled something for me in the past! Please say hi to her for me.
Added by ~Marcia on Mar 23, 2015 8:02 PM
|RRiggan||Walter P. Simons|
Yes, agree on his name, most Census records had him listed by his middle name, poor kid. But he seemed to survive it. His father (George) was an artist and surveyor, the library in Council Bluffs have his works. That was a nice discovery doing my husbands family Ancestry. Thanks for this, made my day!
Added by RRiggan on Mar 23, 2015 7:16 AM
|john hank wilson||Mike Christoper|
Thanks for posting the gravestone image for my friend Mike Christopher.... firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you so much for taking and posting the photos of Dorothy & Clarence Maxwell's stones. It really means a lot to me!
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