|Suzi Scott (#47448384)|
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|I have found so much great information on this site, I thought it was time I paid back by contributing, and also bringing my Swedish Grandparents into the 21st century.|
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Thank you so much for sponsoring Martins' memorial. Have a Safe and Happy New Year! Cindy
Added by CindyS on Dec 29, 2016 4:20 AM
|Leslie Search||RE: Christopher Search|
Hi Suzi- got your message. I was just thinking of you yesterday as I was addressing Christmas cards!!!! So glad to know you are still around and doing some genealogy.
I did some the past 2 years for a friend from Pennsylvania- not related.Are you working on anything?
Keep in touch.
|DKM||RE: Nemecheck 114946819|
Hi Suzi, I had to go back and find message I had sent, you before. Believe it was regarding Nemecheck/ Meeks Kurth Marriage and error of Joesph A. Nemechek and the error of Mable being his wife, she was infact married to his son, Jospeh. I have messaged Bernice Knoke, as I see you have also regarding this error.
and have recieved no reply.
I wanted to give more info on Mable Meeks, if you wanted it.
She was married 1st to my gr uncle Charlie Kurth, he died in Marshall County, Iowa in May 1812. He had been in declining health for years. The marriage to Joseph Nemechek must have been arranged before his death, as Mable and Joseph were married shortly after Charlies' death. (A cpl weeks) Mable died in 1915, about 2 1/2 yrs after their marriage.
I suspect it may have been from TB, this is also what Charlie died from. Any additional info appreciated.
Added by DKM on Aug 25, 2016 8:49 AM
|Miracle Mile Tim||RE: Margaret Starker #91830471|
I just checked the memorial, and it lists her place of birth as greater London. I didn't enter her place of death since I had no way to confirm that info.
Since Find-A-Grave is collaborative in nature, any member can submit corrections to an entry I created, and I have no way of knowing if the corrections are factual. Since I receive several corrections a week, my only option is to accept what is being submitted; it would be impossible to try to verify the information. As a result, even if my name is listed as having created a memorial, that doesn't mean that I personally added all the details, such as places of birth or family links, since any member can add on to the existing memorial.
Thanks for your inquiry!
Hi Suzi, I saw your message posted regarding teh Nemechek confusion . I have additional info on Mabel Florence Meeks Nenemechek
Added by DKM on Mar 09, 2016 10:22 AM
|Lois||RE: Annie Smith 103412302|
It looks as though you have more info about her than I do. I will delete mine, but take any info from my memorial that you need.
I did not know they were one and the same as her married names are different.
Let me know when I need to delete my memorial.
Added by Lois on Aug 20, 2015 8:53 AM
|Pat Kaszubowski - Thomas||RE: 126859650 Wyler|
Thank you for the info.
Please check to make sure I added the correct information.
Thank you Pat
Looking for Petersson family from Sweden. Noach Alfrid Sodra Vi, Smaland buried in Aurora NE. cemetery, used name Alfred Leonard Peterson. Are you related?
Added by Linda on Jan 04, 2015 1:55 PM
|Jeff Braucher||RE: Help & Advise|
I don't have any info on Leo Wolf available. The information I gathered from Woodlawn was by walking the entire cemetery and photographing all the gravestones and markers.
There have been other memorials added to Find-A-Grave by other individuals from obituary postings over the years.
I'm not sure if a comprehensive list has been prepared of Woodland by the City of Las Vegas or Bunkers that manages the property for the city.
There are several parts of Woodlawn from the early days of the cemetery totaling about 2000-3000 grave sites and only a handful of grave markers. I would hazard to guess that he is probably in those areas.
|Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)||RE: Perkiss Search98924933 Duplicate|
Linda Edwards post on the forum. Then of course, genealogists never stop wanting for more info, no matter how far away these unknown people are.
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