|Julie Grabill Rasmussen (#47927883)|
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I am a teacher and a farmer's wife, and certainly not retired! We raise hormone-free, antibiotic-free beef and lamb, alfalfa, corn and soybeans. We have four grown children and one awesome, adorable little grandson! We try to see them often, which requires scheduling and traveling.|
I enjoy artwork, traveling, gardening, reading, and genealogy. My mother has done a lot of work with genealogy and cemeteries, and I will continue to make that information available to others. Feel free to use any photos that I post.
In my work with Find A Grave, I prefer to keep only the memorial pages of our relatives that I have made and those that have been transferred to me. I will gladly transfer a non-relative's memorial page to that person's relative. Kindly email me with any corrections, as I would do the same.
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|Dennis||Nancy Jane Robinson White|
Thanks, but I'm not a relative. Nancy is the grandmother of Supreme Court Justice Byron "Whizzer" White, so I was connecting the dots :)
Added by Dennis on Mar 28, 2015 9:28 PM
My best guess is that Isaac was first married to Eunice. After she died, he married the younger Mary Abigail Fowler. Just a guess. He may have had children with both women.
I do not have an obituary for Isaac Huffman. However, I was able to locate his death certificate, which states he was a widower. So, he was apparently married, but to which woman? It doesn't specify if the woman was Mary Abagail Fowler Huffman or Eunice Burns.
I wish I had more information, but I am not related to this family.
I am happy to transfer their memorials to you, if you wish.
Here is the death certificate for Isaac, but perhaps you have already seen it: http://www.sos.mo.gov/images/archives/deathcerts/1917/1917_00029676.PDF
|Lloyd Donahoo||RE: Griffin|
There is no cemetery record for Elliott Griffin in the Wyuka cemetery.
You are much better oriented to rearrange your relative's photos. Also if you would like Erma, I'm sure Ken would transfer her. We never knew Virgil but knew Erma well.
|amelia804||RE: Orr Cemetery Sugar Run Road, Lee Co., VA|
The Orr Cemetery I had listed is right behind a house on eastern side of Sugar Run Rd. I last visited it in 2002ish. I had seen where you posted about the other cemetery where Rhoda (Ely) Orr's parents are buried, but I am not sure where it is. If you look at the satellite map close in you can see the one with the David and Rhoda (Ely) Orr cemetery behind the house and what looks to be a long barn (I don't remember that from when I was there, but it could have been there). I have copies from a book that lists the graves in that cemetery. It doesn't list any Woodwards, but it does say there are 16 unmarked graves. I have heard that some of these are possibly slaves owned by the family, but I have not seen any written evidence of that.
My husband and I think we found the one with John and Barbara Ely. The farm road is .6 of a mile from the WEST side of Sugar Run Rd where it comes off of Beech Springs Rd (SR 899). Looks like the road is between two houses. It goes back through a field. Right past the pond (on the left side) and before the hairpin turn the cemetery is on the right about 200 ft from the road/trail. Almost positive these are the coordinates: 36.708700, -83.238175.
|magiccode12||Jessie Woodard Grabill|
I am not related to Jessie Woodard Grabill. I like to photograph the tree headstones when I see them. I was visiting Belleville in May so I photographed all of the tree headstones in Walnut Hill Cemetery. One thing I have learned by taking these photos is that this one is a Woodmen of the World Memorial, which means Jessie was a member of that organization. Here is a link to the history of Woodmen of the World
Have you tried looking for information on Jessie on Ancestry.com or Familysearch.org? Familysearch.org is free to search.
If you want, I can transfer the memorial of Jessie to you since I am not a relative. I hope you find out more information about him and his family.
|Uncloudy_Day||RE: Mette Marie Petersen Mathisen|
You are most welcome Julie! If I have anymore of your relatives, I would be happy to transfer them to you. I hope that you and yours have very blessed Holidays.
Julie: I have been playing catch up on my old emails and see that I did not add your additions for Alva. They are added now. Sorry for the delay and thank you for sending them.
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Added by Raymona on Nov 19, 2014 10:04 PM
|Laura Aanenson||Henrietta Godeman|
I've transferred Henrietta to you. I have a feeling you'll take good care of her. :o)
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