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laura youtsey ball (#46773148)
 member for 9 years, 3 months, 24 days
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karen christy meeker
RE: Christy family
Bless you, everything is perfect
karen

Added by karen christy meeker on Aug 14, 2010 12:56 PM

Kathy LJPC
RE: Edward S Carter
WOW Do they walk with her while she is taking pics? How do they know she isn't related? If they were doing their jobs, then she wouldn't need to clean their stones. But that's my opinion for what it is worth.

Added by Kathy LJPC on Aug 11, 2010 7:20 AM

Kathy LJPC
RE: Edward S Carter
You are welcome. They have been this way for a while. They think since they are privately owned that they dont have to share any information. They throw the "Privacy Act" at you If your not family. Even the lady that works for the county, they do her the same way.

Added by Kathy LJPC on Aug 10, 2010 1:57 PM

Paula and Mom
RE: Wm & Mary Carter
Hi Laura, yes they are all in the same lot, but Georgia is on the opposite side of the lot from the other two. Paula

Added by Paula and Mom on Aug 09, 2010 8:46 PM

Paula and Mom
RE: Wm & Mary Carter
Hi Laura, You are welcome for the photos. There was also a Georgia Carter in the lot. I took her photo as well. Paula

Added by Paula and Mom on Aug 09, 2010 3:44 PM

John Horn
I.N. Pennington
I.N. for # 10185629 that you have recorded the information on stands for Issac Newton Pennington if you would like to update that.

I did not know where he was buried. Thanks for recording this.

John Horn

Added by John Horn on May 31, 2010 8:33 PM

KC Louthan
Beverly Kay Semisch
Her maiden name was Jones.

Added by KC Louthan on May 12, 2010 12:59 PM

Daryl Mallett & Barbara Biggs
Youtsey
Hi,

Would like to talk with you about Youtseys. We just dug up Jacob Youtsey/Youtcy in Kelvin, Arizona and reburied him in a Civil War era funeral. Trying to find out a bit more about Jacob (b. 1846 in Somerset Co., PA).

Cheers,
Daryl

Added by Daryl Mallett & Barbara B... on Oct 28, 2009 9:33 PM

Hume Family by MSB
Riggen Brothers, Eldon & Billy
I'm enclosing a copy of an obit which I thought you might want to post on their memorial.

Peoria Journal Star, December 10, 1991, Page: D7
Eldon Riggan Billy Riggan
RUSHVILLE - Services for Eldon Howard Riggan, 10, and Billy Jack Riggan, 9, both of Rushville, who were pronounced dead at 10:23 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, 1991, at Culbertson Memorial Hospital in Rushville, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Miller Mortuary in Liberal, Kan. The Rev. L.K. Landis will officiate.
They drowned after being trapped in an ice-covered pond on a farm near the Schuyler County town of Brooklyn.
Burial will be in Liberal Cemetery. Worthington Funeral Home in Rushville is in charge of local arrangements.
Eldon was born June 17, 1981, and Billy was born May 11, 1982, both in Beaver, Okla., to Emil and Lori Long Riggan.
Surviving are their stepfather and mother, David and Lori Hunt of Rushville; their father and stepmother, Emil and Tina Riggan of Liberal; one sister, Dixie Hunt, at home; their grandparents, Ivan and Mischellion Long of Liberal, Raymond and Elsie Fuller of Hugoton, Kan., Vince and Eunice Hunt of Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, and Bill and Lela Rumbaugh of Lubbock, Texas; and their great-grandparents, Frank and Ireta Long of Liberal, and Emil and Inaz Downs of Plains, Kan.
Eldon was in the fourth grade and Billy was in the third grade, both at Webster Grade School in Rushville. They were members of Rushville Free Methodist Church, the Christian Life Club and Weblow Cub Scout Den 5.

Added by Hume Family by MSB on Aug 11, 2009 10:45 AM

Homeward Bound
Youtsey Photo Requests
Charles & Ida and Frederick are buried in Parklawn Cemetery in Brookfield Missouri

Added by Homeward Bound on Apr 22, 2009 11:47 AM

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