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Shawn (#46550807)
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Related to most of the persons I've posted. Either directly or indirectly. Also have done entire cemetery posting for small cemeteries my family members are buried.
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Islandergirl
RE: Charles Fraser
I have been told that if a person is a vet they can get a free tombstone from the Last Post Fund.

http://www.lastpostfund.ca/EN/UGP.php

K.
Added by Islandergirl on Aug 27, 2017 8:19 PM
Janice Lapp
RE: Oak Ridge Cemetery
You're Welcome....I like to take the view of the Family Plots when they are all together like that as it just makes you feel better to know that they are there in one place ~~~~ There are a lot of Family Plots in that cem. like that & they are surrounded by the boundary stones & etc.. It is something to see as most of that old, old cem. is on hillside ground & that took a lot of work to get those arranged that way. It was started in 1811. The current city cem. was then started in 1892. Oakridge is @ the end of N. 6th St. & South Lawn is near the end of S. 6th St. & it is all on FLAT land.
Added by Janice Lapp on Aug 18, 2017 7:04 AM
Gena Rebecca Ingram Bell
RE: Leona Mary Allien West
Hello,

Didn't know i could get messages on here! lol.
This side of the family has been such a mystery for so long. Might you have any family photos. I have done tons of research and have found TONS of info, plus my DNA is in Ancestry. Please feel free to view my tree
https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/tree/100871766/family

Cheers!
Gena
Added by Gena Rebecca Ingram Bell on Aug 04, 2017 2:31 PM
Solomon Alexander
Robert Beaty in Keokuk National
Robert Beaty was a resident of Dutch Creek Twp., in Washington Co. Iowa in 1860, where he was living in 1862 when he enlisted in the Army.

Robert died in Keokuk Iowa but I believe he may be buried in the Grace Hill cemetery in Washington County IA. Check the Find A Grave listing #79686174, this may be the person your looking for.

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs web site has no record of Robert Beaty being buried in the Keokuk National cemetery.
Added by Solomon Alexander on Aug 03, 2017 6:55 AM
Stone Reader
Christina Peterson
Shawn, That is going back further than I do. At the Beaty line, I stopped going any further than Uncle Howard and Aunt Emmie. Aunt Emmie is the line I am following back. Uncle Howard, I come forward on.
Thanks for asking though.

Georgia Ann aka Stone Reader.
Added by Stone Reader on Jul 27, 2017 3:21 AM
D Brashier
RE: William Brown Doherty# 38858779
very, very distant relation, just noticed it while updating ancestry tree hints
Added by D Brashier on Jul 21, 2017 11:30 AM
PaPasgirl
RE: Anna E. Booth Foster# 68288487
Hi Shawn I am not a related to the fosters I was going through the old News papers at the library I do believe it was in the Rome Daily Sentinel 1904 -1905 I hope I did share that info with you .I was looking for information on Someone else and when I find information on other people's ancestors I just like to share the information I find with others looking for information on their ancestors. Also check Fultonhistory.com , old fulton N. Y. post cards Newspaper God Bless Lorraine
Added by PaPasgirl on Jul 14, 2017 11:56 AM
Kathy
Who is John L Wheeler?
Sorry, Shawn, I forgot to ask this question. The lot on which Russel and Malinda are buried is shown in Greenwood records as being owned by John L Wheeler. I haven't found him yet. Do you know his relationship to the family? Thanks!
Added by Kathy on Jul 06, 2017 3:57 PM
Kathy
RE: David and Sarah
Ok, Shawn. I've changed the memorial for Infant to Mertie, and put some explanation in her bio section. I've also sent her along to you - figured you might as well have the whole family! I also posted the marker photo for "Mama" to Sarah's memorial, with an explanation in the caption - not that I really think anybody ever reads the caption. lol I will get a photo of the west side of Sarah's marker asap. I'll also get you the edits for Fred, who is buried with Carrie, according to cemetery records - there's no marker.

Thanks for all your help!!

Take care.

Kathy
Added by Kathy on Jul 06, 2017 2:54 PM
Kathy
David and Sarah
I was also reading my database incorrectly - it appears that Sarah is buried on the lot with Davids parents, but David and Rose are buried on a different lot. I thought I had things arranged by lot, but instead it was by name. Sorry about my confusion. The burial locations I sent you for David and Rose are correct, though.

Kathy
Added by Kathy on Jul 05, 2017 11:04 PM
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