|Karen (Ogburn) Lint (#47025735)|
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I enter records here on Find A Grave to help others find the graves of lost family members. |
I originally started researching my Family Tree when my oldest son, came home from school with a genealogy project. This, of course, led me to look for more information than I had at the time. I found many of my Swiss and German Anabaptist ancestors on SAGA-OMII where I became a volunteer. Starting from nothing in 1998, I currently have over 280,000 persons in my database. Now that I found Find a Grave cemeteries I have realized it's importance. I don't have too many people added yet, but I will...
If you find incorrect or incomplete information, please let me know for I will be happy to update it for you.
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|weston04||Susie Danford: Blue Mound Cemetery, Milford, NE|
Thank you for the information on her. I've fixed the error.
Added by weston04 on May 09, 2017 5:50 PM
|Ancestry/searcher||RE: Tatum/Royal Palm Cem|
You are very welcome. Glad we were able to do that for you.
Have a great day!
Paula and Doug
|Ancestry/searcher||Tatum/Royal Palm Cem|
Hi Karen, My husband and myself were at Royal Palm this morning and located the graves of Mabel Tatum, and her husband, George. We put the photos of Mabel's grave on her memorial page, and also added photos of George's grave to his memorial page.
Paula and Doug Smith
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Lovenia Minerva Holland Crofford|
You're very welcome-glad I could help!
|Lori Johnson||Samanantha Wedel|
I'm sorry. I have no idea if she is the same person as Della Wedel.
|F Priam||RE: Edwin M. Bishop|
Hi Karen. My Pleasure for adding it. Yes, that was the correct paper, because I add such article right at the moment that I find them. I don't think it is that unusual, I have scanned western papers that had east coast news and southern papers with northern state news...I think they added interesting blips like that in those days. the suicides and murders and freak accidental death were popular headline items, I find
Added by F Priam on Dec 16, 2016 8:26 AM
|Bonnie Sisson Manning||RE: Ira H. Culp|
I finally found the article - Morehouse Parish Enterprise - I had it filed in the wrong place
|Bonnie Sisson Manning||Ira H. Culp|
So Sorry! I generally add info in the label when I post something.
The article would have either come from the Morehouse Enterprise (Morehouse Parish Library)
The Gazette (Union Parish Library Newspaper Archives) on line
Since there are so many lines in the article, I'll bet I found it in the Morehouse Enterprise.
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Cemetery Books|
You're very welcome. And again, thank you very much for your support!
|Brian J. Ensley||Cemetery Books|
Thank you very, very much for your support in regards to my cemetery books. Actually, I never did transcribe Grandview. However, they do have their interment database on-line if you ever need to look someone up. Here is the website:
When you get to the person's actual record, you can click on the plot number and it will bring up a map of that section that you can print so you can find the grave.
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