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|Graveyard Walker (#47314881)|
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Thoughts of my loved ones are my reminders that they too think of and watch over me.|
My passion at find-a-grave is reuniting the memorials of children with their parents and siblings. For so many years and miles their names have been separated and unconnected.
I appreciate every photo taken for me and will do the same for anyone that I can.
My permission is hereby granted to anyone who wants to download, copy, or use any photos that I have posted on the Find-A-Grave website.
I sincerely hope that I have helped others make discoveries and the connections that they have been trying to make.
Virtual flowers are appreciated.
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|Donna Kuhlman||RE: Memorial Transfer|
Glad to have them in hands of descendants. She was a pretty lady!
No problem. Yes to a visit!
I'll keep your family names in mind. My family members in the Dover Cemetery are Cox (my g-g-grandfather Aaron Cox, Flickenger (his sister Harriet) and the Barlows and Linebergers in Harveyville; Weekes and Raine all over Wabaunsee County.
|Audra Springer||Estancia cemetery # 59484082|
Hi! Just wondering if you have been able to find any details on his burial. Our family reunion will be in Albq on the 30th and it would be nice to know. Thanks!
|Cheryl White||Cora Thompson Rutledge (1859-1914)|
Thank you for your notes about the Rutledge family. The saga started for me when I found Cora's son Blair buried at Mount Hope Cemetery in Topeka, where I have done a lot of work. Then after consulting with my friend Jill Herzog, who has an amazing database of burials in Wabaunsee and Shawnee counties in Kansas (as well as others) complied when she walked the cemeteries MANY years ago, I was able to find obits for Cora, her husband, Thomas, Thomas's mother Rosanah, and Cora's son Clair, Blair's twin. I just found them all on Friday morning, and this being Saturday, and a gameday in KSU land, I won't be able to transcribe the rest until Sunday.
I'm truly sorry I sent the wrong number to link T.A.'s father, but my fingers were flying faster than my brain yesterday. Too much to do, too little time.
|Elizabeth "Bitsy" (Gibson) Wagner & Chester Wagner||Emma Elizabeth (Mallows) Gibson - Memorial# 122581803|
Thank you very much for transferring the maintenance of the Memorial #122581803 that you created for my paternal great-grandmother, Emma Elizabeth (Mallows) Gibson. I am am very appreciative that you created her memorial and so glad I found it. Thank you for your work on Find A Grave.
Elizabeth Adeline "Bitsy" (Gibson) Wagner
|DU Phillips||RE: William Everette Fagala|
Thanks again for your time & effort
|Tim Cook||RE: Pvt William Jackson|
Pleased I could get the photo for you. They are remembered, even if 7,000 + miles from home.
Added by Tim Cook on Aug 08, 2017 5:30 AM
|contributor||Edith Chambers #142769189|
I would like to give you the birth date & death date for Edith. She was born 4-1877 Viola IL & she died 9-23-1905 from typhoid fever in Lewis & Clark County Montana. Her parents were William A. & Hannah Knowles Chambers.
|Olive Hoffman||RE: Erastus Pelton # 134703886|
You have lost me on this one ?????; not sure why it makes any difference. After William divorced Sarah for (caught in the act) infidelity; she just "disappeared" - possibly back to Monroe county NY to be near family. The children w/William were brought up by Sarah's sister Eliza whom William married a few years later. I found the divorce papers on a trip to Eaton Co. early on in my Pelton research and copied every page.
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