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|Leah Hubbard (#47018990)|
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|Gail Kelley-Herr||RE: Pics|
You are very welcome!
|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.
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