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Nancy Day (#47245593)
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Bio Photo Loving the detective work that is genealogy. I have MS so the computer is my mode of travel. I'm thankful for the volunteers who do the walking and photographing for me, as I cannot walk.

Cragun, Porter, South, Versteeg, Day and Peffer are some lines I'm researching.
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Doug Borgman
RE: Cpt. Henry & Sarah McAuley
You are welcome. Please feel free to use my photos in your tree.
Added by Doug Borgman on Apr 25, 2017 8:03 PM
Yvonne Rowe
RE: May I?
I didn't see this message. Somehow it didn't get forwarded to me. You have my permission.
Added by Yvonne Rowe on Apr 18, 2017 3:17 PM
RE: John Batliner
You are very welcome
Added by thomasbiggins on Apr 15, 2017 8:52 PM
jane austin
175190842 George Duncan
George's memorial was created from the interment records at Mountain View, and I do not have any other personal information about him.

1855 is very early for Iowa -- he would have had to have been born in the Mississippi River Valley.

What I can tell you that may or may not help you make your decision is that the section of the cemetery in which he is buried - Gentle Friends - is primarily Quaker. There are non Quakers buried there, but this part of the cemetery was originally the Quaker burying ground for the Pasadena Quaker population. It was later merged with Mountain View.

I'm sorry that I can't be of more help to you!
Added by jane austin on Mar 29, 2017 11:58 PM
jane austin
George Duncan 175190842
Added by jane austin on Mar 29, 2017 11:54 PM
Yvonne Rowe
RE: May I?
Yes, you may.
Added by Yvonne Rowe on Mar 15, 2017 8:58 PM
RE: Questions -also
I have found a mistake on a headstone or two before too,
Added by Cherie on Mar 05, 2017 6:01 AM
RE: Questions
You're welcome cousin! Have a good day. 😊
Added by Cherie on Mar 05, 2017 5:58 AM
RE: Questions
Hi Nancy,

This is my Mom's father's side. I can tell you I have done a lot of research on this side, although I haven't looked at it in quite awhile. My Mother's birth certificate has her name as Eagan. So I asked her if she knew she was spelling her name wrong her whole life because she always spelled it Eagen. I think there is just a variation in the spelling. Back in Ireland, I believe it may have been spelled Agan.

I believe the letters on the top of the stone is SON. He died young and was buried in the same plot as his parents, which is all linked in the memorial. They are all next to each other.

I'm not sure why the dates are different. I didn't add the memorial. I just took the pictures. I might have some paperwork on him that I could check for dates. Maybe they were transcribed wrong in the record. Hate to think what's engraved in stone is wrong. I don't know.

Why are you interested in John? I don't think he had any children or a wife . . . He was my grandfather's uncle and my grandfather was also named John Eagen (son of Joseph). It is all linked.

Hope this helps.

Added by Cherie on Mar 04, 2017 10:05 PM
Bonnie Dilworth
RE: Transfers
No they are not.
Added by Bonnie Dilworth on Mar 03, 2017 7:16 PM
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