|Cathy Combs||David 45402687|
Thank you! I'm always out here trying to tune things up. I like to make sure that the original memorials survive, with duplicates folded in. I like that I get to see who's taking care of things too! met some great people out here.
Added by Cathy Combs on Oct 03, 2017 9:31 AM
|Linda Linn||RE: Jeremiah|
I sent a message to B. Powers about having the wrong stone and CW info. Thanks for your quick fix, too.
Added by Linda Linn on Sep 27, 2017 11:44 AM
|Linda Linn||RE: Jeremiah Jair Wildman duplicate|
There are two Wildman's with the names Jeremiah and Jair. The one I added, Jair, is the Civil War Veteran. The other one, that you mentioned as as dup, has the wrong stone photo and the military information is for the one I added, not the 1794-1870 guy, who appears to be the father of my guy. I added his Headstones Provided for Union Veterans of the Civil War to his memorial to show that he died in 1902. If your photo is of this military headstone, I would love for you to add it to my memorial. THANKS!
Added by Linda Linn on Sep 27, 2017 10:38 AM
|Janice Jandrt Mikulich||RE: Josef Prochaska|
Thank you, Dave. I greatly appreciate your transferring the Prochaska memorial pages to me.
Janice Jandrt Mikulich
Added by Janice Jandrt Mikulich on Sep 13, 2017 5:14 PM
|Janice Jandrt Mikulich||Josef Prochaska|
My name is Janice Jandrt Mikulich. Josef Prochaska (memorial #113941075) and his wife Anna Prochaska (#113941132) are my great-great grandparents. Their daughter Antonia "Susie" Prochaska Jandrt (memorial #52028508)is my great grandmother.
I was wondering if you would be willing to transfer maintenance of these two memorial pages to me.
Please contact me directly if you have questions regarding this request.
Janice Jandrt Mikulich
Member ID #49234172
Added by Janice Jandrt Mikulich on Sep 09, 2017 2:43 PM
|maggie e.||Agnes Smith|
Thank you so much for the marker photo for Agnes. I appreciate your help. --Maggie
Added by maggie e. on Aug 11, 2017 2:23 PM
|Angela||Dr. Louis Smith|
Thank you so much for the lovely photo of the beautiful grave stone for Doc Smith (and Agnes also). Agnes was an aunt of my dad's.
I'll send the site to Fr. Stephen, their son.
Added by Angela on Aug 11, 2017 1:53 PM
|Julie Riedy||G.W. Horton|
Wondering if you are related to GW & Phebe Horton. Phebe would be my great aunt.
Added by Julie Riedy on Jun 13, 2017 3:08 PM
|RHONDA Wallace ||Wallace family tree|
Hi my name is Rhonda Wallace My husband is Kevin Wallace his is the great grand son of James M Wallace I am working on the family history and came across Thomas Louis Wallace I see his children are Robert Wallace Gerald Wallace and Gerald Walker. Were does Gerald Walker fit in. I have been working on my own tree for a while and it is fun to work on Kevin's we laugh at how colorful my family is and now it fun to see that Kevin's has twists and turns my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. looking forward to hearing from you
Added by RHONDA Wallace on Jun 11, 2017 7:20 PM
|Tina Belding||RE: Naomi Jo Hunter Lasecki|
Ok Thank you Dave.
Added by Tina Belding on May 02, 2017 7:21 AM
|Kathe.M.Bridgham||RE: Frank Smrchek memorial|
I just saw that, and I thank you!
Added by Kathe.M.Bridgham on Apr 24, 2017 12:20 PM
|Kathe.M.Bridgham||Frank Smrchek 1877-1953|
Dave: Frank is my grandmother's brother and I have additional information and photos for Frank. Could you please link him to his parents: Smrcek (yes, the spelling is different) #178322257; and his mother Marie Smrcek #178322168.
Also I have a few photos to add and can submit a bio if you would give me access to add this. Just let me know.
Kathe M. Bridgham
Added by Kathe.M.Bridgham on Apr 23, 2017 4:15 PM
|Howell||RE: Early photo of Cyntha Lovelace|
Got it Dave! Thanks for telling me about this one too.
That William Lovelace comes from a different branch of my tree, but he was definitely related to my kin from Cleveland County, NC. You can follow my line by looking at my grandpa, Thomas Crawford Lovelace Memorial #32952220.
Have a great weekend and remember...Family belongs with family.
Added by Howell on Mar 17, 2017 12:37 PM
|Howell||RE: Early photo of Cyntha Lovelace|
That certainly does appear to have Cyntha's name written on the inside of the frame. That would mean that she was the wife of William Lovelace, and the mother of George Logan Lovelace. It's too bad that you found the poorest descendant in the tree, cause I could not afford to purchase it, unless it was offered dirt cheap. Too many ills, bad spills and unlucky days behind me, so unfortunately, it will have to pass over me. I really do appreciate you pointing it out to me though, since pictures are a window to our past.
My family came from sharecropper's in Cleveland County. They didn't even own the dirt that they plowed and they certainly could not afford any slaves. Regardless of that, they all gave their lives for the Confederate States of America... for their homes, their families, and the fortunate few that owned land; not to save the dying institution of slavery.
God Bless Dixieland.
Added by Howell on Mar 16, 2017 7:01 PM
Thank you, yes, you did the memorial for his wife, Mary.
Added by daisy on Feb 26, 2017 3:08 PM
This appears to be same Roscoe Clark Find A Grave # that was posted in 2010 at same cemetery. Error?
Added by daisy on Feb 24, 2017 3:05 PM
|Leo J. Offerman||Pier Transfer|
Thank you for the recent transfers. I am related to the Loes's as to why I asked for the transfer !! Thank You very appreciated !!!
Added by Leo J. Offerman on Oct 31, 2016 7:38 PM
|ℒℴѵℯ ღ Peck*Millay||RE: Milton O. Reed|
Thanks. Have s Blessed Day... Sandi
Added by ℒℴѵT... on Oct 25, 2016 7:50 PM
|Sonia ||Thank you|
I really appreciated the photo of Cleopha Rogers headstone.
Added by Sonia on Oct 22, 2016 11:26 AM
|Emily Rausch||Your Flickr Photos|
I was curious to look at the photos you posted at Flickr. You must be able to restore old photos, too? I was hoping to find a photo of one of my relatives but did not. The photos were fantastic to view, and your photography is art! You are very talented!
Added by Emily Rausch on Oct 12, 2016 9:13 AM
|Ross Morton||RE: Marie Charipar|
FYI-I have sent a request to link another daughter Esther M Charipar Dye (#143807562) buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Cedar Rapids with her husband. She was a close friend of my mother's.
There is a 3rd daughter Bessie Charipar Wagner but she moved to Wisconsin in the 1940s so is probably buried out of state
Added by Ross Morton on Aug 31, 2016 6:01 AM
|Ross Morton||RE: Charipar info in Cedar Rapids|
thank you-sorry for initial confusion over the maiden name of Marie-it was the Vaclav that confused me and I originally thought this was senior rather than junior.
The Benesh-Charipar's are my step great grandmother's family (My gr grandfather's second wife Josephine who raised my maternal grandmother and was a close step grandmother to my mother). They came from Bohemia and went by the name of Charipar but "Benesh" is on my gr grandmother's marriage licence and a few other documents. Not sure if it is the Czeck version or if Vaclav was actualy Mary Krupa's second husband and he raised all or most of the children who were born in Bohemia.
This Vaclav (the junior) went by the name of Wencil (all censuses from 1880 to 1930 except for W.F. in 1925 Iowa Census). He and his parents came to Cedar Rapids shortly after his birth. He and his wife lived at 1432 C Street W from at least 1900-1930.
Marie was the daughter of Anton & Anna Kusy Motycka of Bohemia however Marie was born in Cedar Rapids. I am glad that you added a FindAGrave. My mother had smudged Maries date of death in a book she kept and the Iowa Cemetery Records project had listed her death as 1937 rather than 1957-the tombstone picture was fuzzy.
Added by Ross Morton on Aug 30, 2016 11:10 AM
|Ronald Kyes||RE: Norah Morgan info|
No, I think you're correct...I've had her name forever, found her in the 1940 census with her half sister Eva, I was just hoping for a lead...anyway, thanks!
Safety Harbor, FL
Added by Ronald Kyes on Aug 17, 2016 10:37 AM
|Ronald Kyes||James & Ursa Morgan|
I noticed for the burial info on James E. Morgan, you have listed a daughter "Norah H. Morgan" and 2002 as a date of death. I've been researching this family in part for nearly 30 years, could you give me an idea what her married name was...or where she died, anything that would point me in the right direction. Thanks!
Added by Ronald Kyes on Aug 13, 2016 8:36 AM
|deanna french||RE: FAG PHOTO|
Thank you so much. You are much Appreciated!!
Added by deanna french on Jul 06, 2016 8:03 PM