|K. Roberts (#46807847)|
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Yes I'm STILL ACTIVE 5/2017|
So please DON'T nudge/kick to see if I'm a dead dog!
Please don't send email of "proof" unless asked for.
Have been doing a limited amount of area cemetery visits, Peoria, Ill.
Surname interests, Uttenhove from Ill. & S.D., DeSutter from Henry County, Ill., Fox & Hechtner from Princeton & Bureau County, Ill., Hartzell/Hartsell and Smith from around Wabash County, Indiana, Princeton & Bureau County, Ill., Jensen/Jenson from Bureau County, Ill. ; Cassin from Mercer County, Ill., Curran from Ill. & Iowa, Cassidy & Collins from Door County, Wisc., and Mooneys & Tullys around Chicago, Ill.
Then there is my Husband's family, Driscoll from Peoria, Ill., and Roberts from Lebanon, Ky. (part of the Md. to Ky. group).
I do not add verbatim obits. Extracted info not naming living individuals acceptable.
I also do not add information from records such as census. May add if rewritten in paragraph form at my discretion.
I like Chris' description so well I'm posting a link to his contributor page Chris' contributor page.
As much as I try to prove or disprove information, I can not guarantee that information provided for memorials is correct. Meaning this information is not usable as a primary source. Photos can be considered as a primary source.
FYI: 1900 Census is NOT an accurate source for birth dates! Their use in cemetery records will mislead people.
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|Ann Maree||RE: Brian Lindell|
Hahahaha guess my friend didn't read the obit lol (and neither did I before I asked). Thanks :-)
|Ann Maree||Brian Lindell|
Would like to know the source for Brian's burial in North cemetery, please? Friends would like to visit this grave. Much obliged for your information. Thank you.
|Edwin J. Cunnea||Virgil DeReu (128207853)|
A small correction if you will. Virgil DeReu (128207853) is the son of Francis DeReu (77079996) and his first wife Myrtle Dunbar (77080155) and not the son of Elizabeth VandeWoestyne (77079923) Thank You ED
|Janet Muff||Please disregard my message.|
I'm already regretting it. Personal communication is important to me and I was hoping for a real conversation between us. I guess that wasn't to be.
|Janet Muff||Alonzo W. Wood|
After my two courteous messages to you, it would have been equally courteous of you to respond to me and say that you had considered and were rejecting my request for a transfer. The transfer isn't what's troubling me; your lack of collegiality and common courtesy is.
|S. Scruggs||ruth e whalen|
Hi could you please add date of birth as July 30 1900 for Ruth her sister is Harriet and she had another sister Ann Teresa who married Eugene Morris
Her father was Dr Wiliam F Whalen who was a dentist. Ruth was a teacher.thanks
|Marion||Ella Curry Barta|
sorry of misspelling-darned auto-correct.
Added by Marion on Apr 28, 2017 9:18 AM
|Marion||Ella Curry Barca|
Yes, that's her. I changed her DOB to reflect the gravestone date. Marion
Added by Marion on Apr 28, 2017 9:17 AM
|Dawn Carey Henry||Please transfer|
Find A Grave Memorial# 177320298 - Wendy L. Henry to me #47978792.
Dawn Carey Henry
|Von Rothenberger||RE: John Valentine Fritts|
From his death notice. He died at Plainville, Rooks County, Kansas.
Osborne County Farmer newspaper
March 27, 1924
“Another of the pioneers of this part of Kansas has passed to his reward. Captain John Fritts, aged 84, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Naomi McReynolds, at Plainville March 14. For many years the family lived near Luray, Captain Fritts having homesteaded government land in that neighborhood in 1870. He helped organize Russell County and in 1873 was elected representative of the legislature, the same session when Calvin Reasoner represented Osborne County, and was the first teacher in the Luray school district, which he helped to organize. He was twice married and leaves eight children. During the Civil War Captain Fritts commanded Company E, 5th Ohio Cavalry, and was with General Sherman in the famous march to the sea.”
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