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Christopher N Cooper (#46957052)
 member for 6 years, 8 months, 25 days
N.B.B.O.O.
James Owens
A sincere thank you for the transfer of my ancestor.

Added by N.B.B.O.O. on Apr 03, 2014 8:30 AM

GG
beautiful photo of Lizzie
Thank you for adding this to the website. It's a great one.

Added by GG on Jan 10, 2014 1:43 PM

Pat Shaw
Cooper and James Phelps
Chris, as you know I transfered Susan to you, was wondering by any chance if you have any pictures of any of them. I realize was a long time ago but you never know. ??

Added by Pat Shaw on Jan 05, 2014 11:19 PM

Pat Shaw
RE: Susannah
Hi Chris,
Mostly mine have been doing this for 20 yrs now, love history, however, I did enjoy you notes and research filled in some missing things for me. She married my 2nd great grandfather James Anderson Phelps.... I have transfered Susan into your keeping, know you will take good care of her and am sure you would like to add more personal information. Enjoy and Thank you.

My Phelps are from James A Phelps, to son Wm. F. Phelps to my grandpa Jim (James Ethern Phelps) sweetest grandpa ever.

Added by Pat Shaw on Nov 17, 2013 1:06 AM

Pat Shaw
Susan Catherine Burrows
Do you know who her parents are? I have a clue but am not sure. Thanks

Added by Pat Shaw on Nov 11, 2013 2:09 PM

Pat Shaw
Susan

Added by Pat Shaw on Nov 11, 2013 2:07 PM

CHAD ERWIN
marth patsy jack
im interested on what you have on her

Added by CHAD ERWIN on Oct 20, 2013 4:18 PM

bill wealot
RE: Old Concord Baptist Cemetery
I think I've located the one SW of Lexington on the hill overlooking 2 gravel roads. It's actually called the Graves family cemetery. The Berlin thing sounds intriguing tho. let me know when you decide to take a run at that project. Bill

Added by bill wealot on Sep 04, 2013 5:26 AM

bill wealot
Old Concord Baptist Cemetery
Chris: Found an old cemetery in the Chapel hill area you might be interested in if you haven't been to it yet. It's about 4 miles north of Chapel Hill. It's about a 5 to 10 mintute walk from the road. I posted some overview pictures but they haven't been approved yet. Let me know if you are intestedin checking it out at some point this Fall if you haven't been able to find it yet. Bill

Added by bill wealot on Sep 02, 2013 5:14 PM

bill wealot
RE: Mount Moriah Cem. - Johnson County
No problem:
Let me know if you want to go check out mount moriah one of these weekends. I got most of it documented but am still missing some memorials. It's about a 10 minute walk from the road. Bill

Added by bill wealot on Jul 22, 2013 8:07 PM

K. Quentin Bremmer
RE: Casper Habig, Greenwood Cem., Marion Co.
Notice that on the marker the spelling is "Habigt". On all records I can find for him and his family, the "T" is not included on the end of the name. The only alternate spelling is one place on the lot burial record, "Haybig". I found another record for one of his sons buried in another part of the cemetery, Charles Habig. Charles is in the same plot as Marvin & Margaret Ragar, but I don't believe he has a marker. Will double check this afternoon.

Added by K. Quentin Bremmer on Jul 20, 2013 10:44 AM

CHAD ERWIN
RE: Emeline E. Jack
ARE YOU FAMILAR WITH THE HISTORY OF LEXINGTON LAFAYETTE CO. BY A MAN NAME ?MY GREAT GRANDFATHER WAS COL.WILLIAM HUGH ERWIN 10TH MO. 8TH INF.IVE SEARCH FOR HIS FATHER JOESPH ERWIN JR. MARRIED MARTHA PATSY JACK , AND HIS FATHER JOESPH ERWIN SR.,AND HIS FATHER JOSEPH ERWIN SR.ALL SOPPOSABLY BURIED IN LEXINGTON LAFAYETTE CO MO.

Added by CHAD ERWIN on Apr 15, 2013 1:11 AM

bill wealot
Mount Moriah Cem. - Johnson County
Hey I located a lost cemetery out in the Hazel Lake area of Johnson. It's about 50 documented graves and another 6 or 7 where people have added memorials to the wrong MT Moriah. Anyway - once again it's pretty rough getting back in there but the cemetry itself is fairly tree free once you get there. Let me know if you guys want to walk it. Bill

Added by bill wealot on Apr 14, 2013 6:17 AM

bill wealot
RE: Stapp Cemetery, Lafayette Co., Mo.
Lets eet at the intersection of Highway D and where it intersects with FF. We will have to double back a mile or so but thats fairly close to it. We'll have to pile into my green honda civic from there as that the car the landowner recognizes. theres also the possibly the landowner may have changed his mind about letting people on his land after the last incident but i left him a note explaining what happened and offering to cover any cost and I didn't hear back from him, so I don't think that will be an issue. My cell phone is 484 252 9696. You can call me when you get close or if you get lost. Let's say 9:00 AM at that intersection. Remember to bring water and wear long clothing to protect yourself from thorns. Bill

Added by bill wealot on Apr 05, 2013 5:33 AM

bill wealot
RE: Stapp Cemetery, Lafayette Co., Mo.
I would love to take you out there. What shape are you in physically? Can you climb over a few wire fences? It's about a half mile to a mile walk accross a cow pasture and over a few fences. I wouldn't ask about the fences but the last person I tried to take out there got tangled up in the fence and had to be medivaced out. It was really a mess. The tombstones you are looking for have probably slipped under ground so you would need to bring something to probe for them. I would be available Saturday at this point. Bill

Added by bill wealot on Apr 04, 2013 5:37 AM

Squirrel
RE: Betty Lucille Jones Cooper
I hope you have already created a memorial to prevent other people from creating new memorials for your mother.

Added by Squirrel on Apr 02, 2013 3:07 PM

Member # 47526185
RE: Stapp Cemetery, Lafayette County, Mo.
Please contact Find A Grave member Bill Wealot (Member # 47662130). Bill has actually been to that cemetery and can provide you specific directions.

Best Regards!

Added by Member # 47526185 on Apr 02, 2013 1:47 PM

Squirrel
RE: Betty Lucille Jones Cooper
That is all right. It is just appropriate that YOU create a memorial for your mother, not me :-)

Added by Squirrel on Apr 02, 2013 12:18 PM

Squirrel
RE: Betty Lucille Jones Cooper
I am not supposed to do this, but I deleted the memorial I created for your mother. Now you can create it for her :-)

I am very sorry for your loss. I lost my mother in 2007, but it still feels like very recent.

Added by Squirrel on Apr 02, 2013 10:30 AM

Harry McLane
Clifford Cooper
It is my pleasure to transfer this memorial to you. Thank you, and good look with all of your genealogical work.

Added by Harry McLane on Mar 04, 2013 5:27 PM

Lyle & Marsha
Cooper cem
We took the pictures at the church and the only name in Find A Grave was Cooper Cemetery. Maybe it is the wrong name but you should be taking that up with whoever gave it that name, not me. All we did is take names that were in Find A Grave and add the rest of the stones. There are still only 3 names in THE TRUE COOPER FAMILY CEMETERY. Maybe this is THE FALSE COOPER CEMETERY. Do you know what the name of the cemetery should be?
I was also wndering why you chose to air this in the public message area?

Added by Lyle & Marsha on Jul 18, 2012 3:52 PM

Marge
RE: Reiger/Rieger - German Pottery Maker-Milan, Mo.
Hi Chris - yup I'm the one. Glad to hear from you. Last I heard you had a new main squeez and were moving. I'm still chasing ancestors and still having fun with it. since I last talked to you my Mom nas died at 89 and at home so that was good. My brother in law died also swiftly followed (weeks) with my sis finding cancer, my oldest brother finding cancer 5 months later and I found cancer 3 months later. Karen did very well even tho she had to have the total treatments, Jim passed on and I did the surgery and am fine. My cousin who started me in genealogy has died also. The older you get the more people you loose - On the bright side - I have 5 grandsons, 22, 19, 19, 7, and 4. they are a hoot and I have lots of fun with them. i also have a new knee which is just great.
Finally found Charles Bird (stepgrandson of Anton the potter) we knew he had died in the east in an explosion but that was all. Well he died in the Husted grainery and mill explosion in buffalo, NY - there are pics on the net.

Added by Marge on Jun 21, 2012 4:59 PM

calebsbud
RE: Elizabeth Helen Cooper Cox?
Please do enter any info you have. I don't own these entries. I just try to enter what I have and I am sure you know a lot more than I do.
My husband is a direct descendent of Thomas Dillard/Mary Dillard Cox/Rebecca Cox Shockley/Rebecca Shockley Haynes, Arleva Haynes Hoffmann, etc.....
So, that is why these folks really interest me.
A lot of his ancestors are buried in the cemeteries in Osage County. Thanks for contacting me. Donna

Added by calebsbud on Jul 14, 2011 2:45 PM

Ron Mac
Chapel Hill cemetary
You are welcome for the transfers. I have photographed a few entire cemetarys in Johnson Co. (Elm Springs, Pittsville, Wesley Chapel, Bluff Springs) and has also taken photos in Holden, Medford, and Kingsville cemetarys. I have also done alot of work in cemetarys of Lafayette too (Arnold, Martin-Carr, Slusher, Shore, Concord, Bates City, Pleasant Prairie, Anderson, Odessa, Wellington) I have'nt been to the cemetary in Berlin or Columbus Mo. yet. Ron McCrehin

Added by Ron Mac on Jun 05, 2011 9:54 AM

 
 

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