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I am documenting the genealogy of my family. This includes the families of John Marion and Alice Mary (Needham) Kenney and James Wilbur Read. Surnames include Kenney, Read, Needham, Ditch, Halley, Gallop and many others, all of which lived in the Chicago area in the early 1900's. The Read family came from Saratoga County, New York and the Kenney's were from Pennsylvania.I have a tree on Ancestry.com which is currently private but I am willing to share information with anyone. When I feel confident that my data on Ancestry is mostly correct, I will make it public.Jim|
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|BeVera||RE: Emma B Schurdell|
Thank you, I have made the correction.
Added by BeVera on Dec 06, 2016 9:17 PM
|BobBoston||RE: Louis A Reznik, Sr|
If a marker already exists anywhere then the VA will NOT make another. So forget my suggestion. Had I known that one existed I would have suggested getting a photo of it.
|BobBoston||Louis A Reznik, Sr|
I see Jr's father was lost at sea in a Navy Plane crash. Do you realize you may be able to get a marker placed from the The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). See: http://www.cem.va.gov/hmm/
|BobBoston||RE: Louis A Reznik, Jr|
You are very welcome, Celebrate Volunteerism.
|Ann White||Helena Harley|
Thank you for the great pictures. I really appreciate you getting them for me.
Thank you for filling my photo requests for this cemetery. I really appreciate it
Added by pdeneen on May 18, 2016 7:09 PM
|G. L. Goolsby||Marguerite Gaissert Picture|
Thank you so much for going out and taking a picture of her grave. It is very much appreciated.
|Ann White||RE: Frances Clinch|
Thank you for the information. I do not have a lot number, only a death certificate that states she is buried in Sparta Cemetery. I am going to assume it is an unmarked grave.
|Marilyn Posthumus Clark||RE: Nancy Wartehn Guill photo|
Thanks, a link would be great.Do you have a special interest in Guills?
|Linda Harrington||Sarah Kidd Burt|
Many thanks to you for doing this for me! This really helps with my family history research on this branch of the family. I appreciate your efforts.
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