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Tamara, Thanks so very much for the Pebble Creek information. At least I know that it's a real place. I have excellent source material that Marty is buried there but being that long ago and the flood and all, the tombstone [if there ever was one] was probably washed away.
Thanks again, Charlie Martin (PA)
--- On Sun, 11/30/08, Tamara Bentz <tjbentz(a)prodigy.net> wrote:
From: Tamara Bentz <tjbentz(a)prodigy.net>
Subject: [NEDODGE] Pebble Creek
Date: Sunday, November 30, 2008, 11:30 AM
The Pebble Creek Cemetery is now called Scribner City Cemetery, but I don't
see her listed.
http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/dodge/cemetery/scribner.txt. I also
don't see her in St. Peter's or the German Lutheran Cemetery.
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Hi Group, I have a cousin, Marty Leitzell who was born and died in Dodge County before 1872. He only lived about one year and was buried in Pebble Creek Cemetery / Township?
I was told that a flash flood washed out the cemetery.
Has anybody ever heard of Pebble Creek Cemetery or Township and are there any burial or tombstone records available anywhere?
Thanks, Charlie in PA.
We've got 55,652 marriage entries now on the web site. The marriages listed
are taken from Douglas county marriage licenses and are listed by both bride
and groom. There may have been alternate spellings given in the license &
application, so unless we can figure out which one is correct, they are in by
the several spellings.
The anniversary page is also growing slowly, with over 40 milestone
anniversaries listed. Many have pictures of the couple when you look at the
newspaper that the entry was taken from, although not all do. Most of the
anniversaries are 25 years or over.
_www.omahamarriages.wordpress.com_ (http://www.omahamarriages.wordpress.com) .
And while you're out cruising the 'net, we added another 2,000+ obits this
weekend as well.
_www.omahaobits.wordpress.com_ (http://www.omahaobits.wordpress.com) The
criteria for going on the obit web site; appeared in an Omaha paper, either
lived here at the time of death or previously, or have an obvious Omaha
connection (such as the woman in NY whose son was an early Omaha mover & shaker, but
she died in NY)--or died within about an hour to an hour and a half drive of
Omaha (in any direction) and appeared in our papers. In the early years, we
take ANY newspaper item that indicates someone died, because there may not
be an actual obit, or a death certificate at the courthouse, and you only know
they disappeared from the census. Right or wrong, if you don't have a death
date, we figure that something is better than nothing.
PS: Thanks to Jim from GO-PAF who spent 3 1/2 hours this weekend and
reversed about three thousand marriages for me so that they appear by both bride and
groom in the marriage index. Willing volunteers are critical to keep this
work moving along.
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