|Suzanne Franklin (#47043181)|
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Hi, in 2008 I joined the Findagrave family. Am new at this but am learning quickly. Have contributed family gravesite pictures and information, please feel free to take a look. Almost all are located in the Rutland, IL Cemetery and most are in reference to my father's maternal side of Proctor.|
Am always wanting new instruction and guidance. Please teach me!
Family history is to me documentation, documentation, documentation along with source, source, source. If our information intersects PLEASE contact me, I love new facts and details!
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|Diana||RE: T. Brandt Stone|
You're welcome! :-)
Added by Diana on Feb 06, 2017 8:57 PM
|Diana||One more PS|
But, looking at that stone again, I realize that the top is missing from it. It is either gone or totally buried. :-( So even a rubbing won't help as the names won't be there.
Added by Diana on Feb 06, 2017 6:39 PM
I am so sorry I didn't get this on here sooner. I had no idea there was a request for it. I took these photos back in October last year when it was still warmer. I could try for another photo or even a rubbing sometime later.
Added by Diana on Feb 06, 2017 6:35 PM
|Diana||RE: Thomas Brandt Thank You|
Suzanne, you would be surprised. If I was any good at doing those rubbings(I have tried and I am not good at it), you would probably see the words. I have seen these stones look this awful to read, then later, be much more legible for some reason. I'm so sorry his stone wasn't better. I know that's disappointing for sure.
Added by Diana on Feb 06, 2017 6:33 PM
I see that there was a Claus linked to Peter Brandt, I dont remember that being there haha so anyone could have sent it. I added some Census info, but cant find much else! will have to look more tomorrow
Added by andrea on Dec 01, 2016 9:45 PM
Not a problem Sue. I am just now checking my findagrave emails, and found the two from you about Peter. I know many times death certificates are full of errors, but I like to add the info from them, errors and all, to the bio. The same with Census records, I like adding them too, errors and all. You never know when it will spark someone into digging a little deeper. :) I welcome any changes you may have and I will see what I can find for Peter also!
Added by andrea on Dec 01, 2016 8:40 PM
|tom melson||RE: Thank You|
I WORK RIGHT BY CEMETERY
AND MY GRANDMOTHER AND UNCLE ARE THERE
HAVE GOTTEN PICTURES TAKEN OF GRAVES OUT OF STATE OR IN PHILA KNOW THE FEELING
ITS THE ONLY PLACE WHERE YOU GET RIGHT INFO FROM THE GRAVE SITE
|Rebecca Sheehan-Plotkin||Stewart A. Manahan #95069625|
I enjoy reading old newspapers (Library of Congress website) and trying to match the stories and articles to the memorials here on F-A-G. I believe I have found the wedding announcement for Lieut.(at the time) Stewart A. Manahan and Alice McCauley in the Washington Herald on 10/26/1916. It sounds like a lovely wedding.
I thought you might like to see it.
|Beth Harms Miller||RE: First Photo!|
Thanks for the compliment! Not sure how busy this week will be at school. So may not get out to take any pictures.
|Caryn||RE: Thank You! Ebenezer Dimuck|
I'm glad I could help. The stone is in rough shape, but it's still there!
Added by Caryn on Jun 10, 2015 3:46 PM
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