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Marcy Smith (#46876621)
 member for 7 years, 7 months, 18 days
Opal Hancock
RE: Bill slape
Marcy, have you ever lived in arkansas, I was raised at Harrison, ar.Mercy send me your e-mail I would love to visit you some more and find out how we are kin.
thank you,

Added by Opal Hancock on Dec 08, 2013 5:43 PM

Opal Hancock
Bill slape
Marcy, I see you are a cousin to Bill Slape, he is my father, I live in Rogers, ar. Would like to hear from you. my e-mail address is My name is opal.
Thank you,

Added by Opal Hancock on Dec 07, 2013 11:24 AM

Bernice Griffith Knoke
RE: Cyrus Suiter
I just wondered if he was buried on the farm land. Especially, since I couldn't find a death certificate anywhere in Oklahoma. I surely appreciate all of your hard work.


Added by Bernice Griffith Knoke on Aug 23, 2013 5:10 PM

Bernice Griffith Knoke
RE: Cyrus Suiter
Hi Marcy:

I have discovered in records that I put away, that Mary Grason was buried in Dow City, Iowa and have sent a request for a picture of Robert and her grave. I also found that Robert was the Government appointed attorney for the Indian Reservation at Muskogee, Oklahoma while they lived in Boynton. Just an interesting item. Instead of using the town name of Boynton, this Grason family member uses Boyington. Is there any significance in that?
Thank you for your help in trying to locate Cyrus.


Added by Bernice Griffith Knoke on Aug 19, 2013 9:37 AM

Bernice Griffith Knoke
RE: Cyrus Suiter
Wow Marcy. Thank you so much for your search. Robert Emmet Grason came from Cerro Gordo, Illinois. He married Mamie (Mary) McCord. Mamie McCord was my great grandmother's sister. Robert helped my g grandparents: William Dudley Suiter and Nancy Jane McCord Suiter get established around Boynton. Wiliam farmed there so their might be some records. I don't know if he owned the land or Robert Grason owned the land. I know that two of their children were born there. Cyrus Suiter came to live with William and Nancy probably about 1904. I have a picture of them all standing in front of their home. I do know that Robert's name might have been Greyson, but family members wrote it Grason. The Grason family took Robert in so I don't know what his original surname would have been. He was abandoned by his parents and the Grasons were neighbors. I am not sure why the Grasons were in Oklahoma, but I think that is where they died. Thanks every so much for you help!

Added by Bernice Griffith Knoke on Aug 18, 2013 7:11 PM

Cecilia Combe
Roy Slape headstone
Hi Marcie,

I took several photos of the headstone and uploaded the one I thought looked the best.
Let me know if you want all the images I took and I will email them to you.


Added by Cecilia Combe on Aug 18, 2013 11:53 AM

Bernice Griffith Knoke
Cyrus Suiter
Thank you so much for looking for Cyrus. Recently, I requested an Oklahoma death certificate and they said that he was no where to be found. It's just strange. I really appreciate your help with this. I do know that an aunt and uncle (Mamie and Bob Grayson) lived there. I think that Bob was an attorney in the area and Mamie was a sister to my great grandmother. That's why my great grandparents moved to the Boynton area. Cyrus Suiter came to live with his son when he got old and died there. I am a family history addict too, so I know what you mean. I have been recording grave sites in a small country cemetery here in Iowa. It was overgrown and no one even knew it was there. What a gem and just up my alley!


Added by Bernice Griffith Knoke on Aug 07, 2013 6:30 PM

Jeanne Palleiko
RE: David Hall
You are welcome. I live in New Hampshire but go to Sheldon about four times a year. My mother is buried in that cemetery. I try to fulfill photo requests when I am there. Clarence and Charlotte are buried in the mausoleum, and I will post a picture of that when I find it!

Added by Jeanne Palleiko on May 24, 2013 5:33 AM

Van Laffoon
Son Marler@Boynton Cemetery
Hello Marcy,

Thank you so much for the gravestone photo. The picture looks great. I really appreciate your efforts.

Best Regards,
Van Laffoon

Added by Van Laffoon on May 13, 2013 12:43 PM

Gay Lynn. (Hopper) Blackley
Emory Dearmore
Thank you so much for taking the picture of Emory's head stone. It means alot to the family and I.
Thank you again.

Added by Gay Lynn. (Hopper) Black... on May 12, 2013 9:23 PM

re: charley o. clark
marcy, thank you for this picture of the full headstone. i really appreciate it. have a lovely day.

Added by orleans on May 12, 2013 12:52 PM

Bill Myers
Darnell Family ~
Hey Marcy ~

Thank you so much for taking the time to shoot the head stone of Newt and Grace Darnell for me. Great job!

Bill Myers, Newberg, Oregon

Added by Bill Myers on Apr 12, 2013 10:41 AM

George Kiser
Thank you very much for this photo from Morris cemetery. I especially thank you for adding this picture of his wife, Ethel Davis Kiser because it definitely cleared up a question about the birth date.

Added by Ellece on Apr 10, 2013 8:33 AM

RE: Memorial 94961602
Well, I guess it could be Bertha. I will keep this email open and when I get home in a couple of weeks I will look up an obit for Barbara. Kay

Added by kpet on Mar 12, 2013 4:54 PM

Naomi Dulgar
Thanks for catching the Sherman/Henegar maiden name for Naomi. I apparently looked at the obit wrong and did use her fathers middle name rather than his last. I have changed it to Henegar.

Added by kstev99 on Mar 08, 2013 2:18 AM

Virgil Reichle
Hi Marcy:
Sarah S. Hotchkiss Huff Burright is indeed the mother of Lillie Ella Huff who married Charles Colby Burright. Their daughter Allie Bell Burright married Fredrick John Engeman who were my maternal grand-parents.
Are you connected to the Burright families?
If so, I would like to hear more frm you.

Virgil Reichle(47719143)

Added by Virgil Reichle on Feb 22, 2013 5:26 PM

Scot Lady
re: Burright Memorial# 50030034
Marcy, Im just caught your Find A Grave message. Having the details means quite a lot, as you well know. As I am not related to the Burright's I am transfering this memorial to you. If the other Burright's, at Summit View, are related to you, let me know and I will transfer them to you as well.

I try to get these memorials transfered to family as often as I can. Family, no matter how distantly related, is still family.

God Bless,


Added by Scot Lady on Jan 21, 2013 7:22 AM

RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 94082817
Thanks for the info, it has been corrected. Are you kin, friend of family, or any connection to Lugene and Harold? I am more than willing to transfer their pages. Red

Added by Red on Dec 16, 2012 7:47 AM

Van Laffoon
Essie Maurine Randall@Memorial Park Cemetery
Hello Marcy,

I wanted to use your gravestone photos in my family tree on I hope that's okay with you, if not, please let me know.

Best Regards,
Van Laffoon

Added by Van Laffoon on Sep 01, 2012 10:41 PM

Becky Kellum
Marcy Thank you so much for the wounderful picture of Bam's stone. Thank you, Thank you Becky

Added by Becky Kellum on Jul 14, 2011 10:35 PM

RE: John Wesley WILMOTH
Thanks Marcy, are you related to the family? Just wondering. If you live close by sure could use some pics of grave stones. I live in Calif and at the time didn't think to do individual ones. I knew about the bd on the stone and the CV Medal flag. I was thinking that was Union he is Confederate. There seems to be a difference in John Wesley Wilmoth's bd in that it makes a difficult situation. I wondered if he had mistook his age at 92 yrs of age. His marriage at age 22 in 1866 (b 1844)kind set the tone when I went and looked back at the 1850 census his age 6 yrs old b 1844 and the 1860 census his age was 15 b 1845; 1870 age 26 b 1844; 1880 age was 36 b 1844; etc. So it could be changed to show 1835 but I am not sure that is correct.

Added by JEP on Oct 03, 2010 10:18 PM


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