|Leah Hubbard (#47018990)|
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Thank you to everyone who has contributed to Find A Grave. Without all of us this site would not be possible and all the genealogists out there would still be looking for lost relatives. We are making a dent in this world, one name at a time. Soon we will all be linked together as it should be.|
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|Bryan Anderson||RE: Henry BRINEGAR|
Thank you for the use of the photo!
|Bryan Anderson||Henry Howard Brinegar|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the History and Roster of the 355th Infantry, Henry Howard Brinegar was a member of this unit. This is partially confirmed by his gravestone.
I'm not exactly sure where I'm going with my project, but I want to eventually publish something. So, with your permission, I would like to use your photograph of the grave of Henry Howard Brinegar (Find A Grave Memorial# 112010886). Please let me know if this would be acceptable.
Thank you, I appreciate your time.
With warm regards,
|Mary Denzinger||RE: Van Horne|
You are very welcome for the photo. Glad I could help.
|Amy Dalton||RE: WAGGONER|
Hi. Thanks for replying so swiftly. I'm a little slow because my husband has been ill.
I'm not related to Dwight Waggoner, that I know of.
I've been going thru all of the memorials in the 2 cemeteries where most of my near-kin family are buried looking for obvious things that can be changed on Find-A-Grave -- adding information like maiden names, birth and death data, spouse and parent links -- when that information is in the bio area or on the tombstone pictures. It is my way of doing what I can to help the next generation in their research.
I just happened to notice that there were 2 memorials that looked like they were of the same person. Dwight E Wagoner (#110824984) and Dwight Everett Waggoner (#133516048). I just assumed the tombstone marker spelled the name correctly and that your memorial was in error.
To keep others from making the same mistake, do you think a note should be added to his memorial stating that his name is spelled wrong on his marker?
|Ken Snyder||RE: WAGONER|
OK. I made the change.
|ruby gardner||cooks at mount hope cemetery|
called swanson funeral home and francis h cook died july 17 1969. Beatrice h cook was born oct 2 1909 and died mar 28 1971 she was from fristoe missouri. They were buried by daughter wanda goodner. They were from valley nebraska. Can you put on for me i dont know how. thanks
|ruby gardner||francis h cook and beatrice hazel cook|
anyway to find out who buried them? These are who i am looking for but i need to know their kids names? I have tried everything. Someone had to bury them?? Can anyone help me??
|ruby gardner||Francis H. Cook and Beatrice H. Cook|
Mount Hope Cemetery section oj lot 12 grave 1. I am pretty sure these are my sons great grandparents. I can find no obituary or any information on them. I have searched and searched and nothing. Does the cemetery have any information on them at all? Who buried them or anything? How do I go about this? Please help?
|Donna L. Hicks||John Quick|
I checked John Quick @ Westlawn in Omaha, Ne. There are two different John Quicks. I have John Alden Quick who passed in 2001. He was married to my mother when he passed. The other is dated much earlier.
Thank you Leah, for the transfer and welcome. Both appreciated :-)
Added by OliviaD on Jul 13, 2016 12:23 PM
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