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Please thank Karla Lewis for submitting the
Westside Cemetery Burial List (No Dates Given)
This was put online recently.
Also, I received the following genealogy scam alert from another CC.
This is SCAM: http://genealogytechs.com/
From fellow CC:
I wondered about that. I checked out the source code of the page and it
points you to paypal and also the
website - drewmachine.com, a
computer repair site. I then clicked on the credit card
symbol and got a paypal message stating this users account is blocked.
The following items have been put online:
Vosgerau Family genealogy
Westside Cemetery Burial List (No Dates Given)
For you volunteers, please go to the Guestbook.
We have several new nessages for you.
For you folks uploading any gravestone
Please do me the courtesy of sending me a
message informing me of a bunch of photos you
will be uploading.
I was surprised with 110 tonite.
Then am finding many photos oversize and
indexed or turned sideways.
It takes much time for me to resize photos.
I can and will gladly edit any uploads at your
request, if you find an error.
The 1930 U. S. Census for Union Township transcribed by Melba
McDowell is posted on the Crawford Co. GenWeb site. Find it in the
Census Data Category of the Database.
Crawford co CC
Date: 9/9/03 12:14:06 PM US Mountain Standard Time
From: <A HREF="mailto:Ma303kjl">Ma303kjl</A>
To: <A HREF="mailto:F3dback">F3dback</A>
i would obits of detlef grohmann death date 9 sept 1895 and sophis
(hagen)grohmann death date 1 jan 1915 they resided in the schleswig ia area coming from
fehmarn germany. also any info on emma wilheminia hein who lived with an aunt
and uncle as to there names birth dates and death dates. as emma married
heinrich(henry)grohmann in 1895 would there be a newspaper with the marriage
announcement in? send info to mary ma303kjl(a)aol.com
Dow City news posted.
1897 Dow City News from the Denison Review with an index
of names from the articles. It was submitted by Melba
McDowell. Its found in the Newspapers category of
To All Subscribers;
Then to Gary Bicknell for sending more Buck Grove
History. THANK YOU!!
The Buck Grove history about Thew's Cheese Factory
and the Thew family sent to us by Gary Bicknell along with some new photos
Buck Grove. They can be found in the Buck Grove History in the Histories
category and the Photos category of the Database.
To All Subscribers.
Please send a BIG thank you to Sharon Peters
Sharon has many hours of physically walking and documenting
all stones then entering the data for the St Rose Cemetery.
The St. Rose cemetery burials in Denison acquired by Sharon Peters.
They can be found in the Cemetery Lists category of the Database of the
County GenWeb site.
Sharon, THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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