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Gary L. Maize (#46981549)
 member for 6 years, 6 months, 26 days
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Jane A
Allie Blatchford Smith
Oh, you are so kind to transfer this to me and I appreciate it very much. Thank you!
The picture is so unexpected - how did you ever find it? When we were there it was just overgrown with a few sheep in the enclosure. We were given permission to look around, but it was impossible to find this. Were you able to read any of the rest of the stone? Her sister, Hannah Ann (Smith) Thornburg is also buried there.

Thank you again for your generosity. Could I have your permission to use the photo on my Ancestry tree crediting you?
Jane

Added by Jane A on Jul 21, 2013 12:23 PM

Sue Macduff:)
Abraham McElroy
Gary: "thanks so much for the McElroy transfers."

Added by Sue Macduff:) on Jul 21, 2013 8:48 AM

Judy Strid Taylor
Susan Lake & Anderson Brown
Thank you for your time in trying to locate these graves. I really appreciate it.
You have a great day.
Thank you
Judy Strid Taylor

Added by Judy Strid Taylor on Jul 16, 2013 7:50 AM

Debbi
Sinklear Cemetery
Gary

I know that the Sinklear (aka Sinclair) Cemetery in Ralls Co MO is on private property and I don't know who the present owner is. The cemetery was once on the original Isaac Griffin farm and in turn it was turned over to Isaac's youngest daughter Mary Ann 'Annie' Kelly and her family.

If by chance you ever get a chance to go to the cemetery could you use some colored chalk to rub across the names and dates on the gravestone for Oran W Griffin and Bertha Pearl Griffin so that the info can be verified. I have one set of dates but some believe that they should be another set. The chalk will eventually disappear by Mother Nature's help (wind and rain). Some believe it will damage the limestone gravestones but I used it back in the 1980's on some very old ones and today they are still intact and legible because it cleaned the surface area and prevented the moss from growing on it again.

Thank you.


Debbi Geer
member #47012776

Added by Debbi on Jul 08, 2013 7:21 PM

sue nevatt
Francis Marion Brown
Do you have any info I've hit a brick wall
Francis Marion Brown
Your 2nd great grandfather
Birth 22 Nov 1850 in Arkansas
Death 2 Jan 1936 in Ash Hill, Butler, Missouri
Mary Jane Jones
Rose Ella Brown
Your great grandmother
Birth 2 Jan 1882 in Missouri
Death 20 Jan 1970 in Qulin, Butler, Missouri, USA

Added by sue nevatt on Jun 28, 2013 12:27 PM

Michelle Pendleton
RE: Forman Cemetery
Ok, private property...and yes, I understand. I should have realized it was also on private property....duh, lol. I will contact you further through your email.

Thank you so much for the photos you did take there!!!!!

Michelle

Added by Michelle Pendleton on Jun 12, 2013 9:01 AM

Michelle Pendleton
J.H. Forman Family Cemetery
Hello Gary,

I saw that you recently took some photos in this cemetery in Shelby County, MO and I was wondering if you could give me directions to find it? I am traveling from Illinois to NE MO[Shelby County mainly] this Thursday, 13 June and really want to visit this cemetery. You took a photo of my 4th great grandfather's stone and I was thrilled to see it! Thank you.
Also, since you are from the area, I wonder if you have ever heard of the Noblitt Cemetery in Knox County, MO? It is a small family cemetery that is overgrown and on private land I think now. All I have for directions is it is about 30 miles southeast of Edina and on a roadside. Not much to go on.

I hope you can help me and I would be so appreciative.
Thank you,
Michelle Pendleton

Added by Michelle Pendleton on Jun 11, 2013 1:15 PM

Debbie
Jane King, Mount Olivet Cemetery
Hi, Gary! I corresponded with you about 2 years ago, and provided you with my great grandmother's death date. I was just looking at the entry again, and discovered that it's shown as 1937 instead of 1957. When you get the time, could you make that correction, please? I know you've probably got tons to do, so there's no hurry. I'm just grateful that folks like you help other genealogists by photographing grave sites and make those photos available to those of us who live too far away to do it ourselves. Keep up the great work!

Added by Debbie on May 28, 2013 12:59 PM

Susan Adkins
RE: Thomas B. Davis
Hi, Gary. I am related through the House / Houze family. I don't have much on this group. What I do have is on Ancestry and Rootsweb.

Sorry.

Susan Adkins

Added by Susan Adkins on May 12, 2013 10:14 AM

Gale Cottrell
Minnie Crawford - 63706933
This is my gr gr aunt - daughter of Edgar Franklin and Celia Emmerton Crawford. Her grandparents are also buried in Riverside (Stephen and Clara Eggleston Crawford). Would you consider transferring her over to me for maintenance? I have a picture of her and can link her to her parents, et al. Thank you for your consideration. Gale #47855496

Added by Gale Cottrell on May 11, 2013 11:06 AM

Heather Cottrell
LaVoo
Thank you for the picture of Mrs. LaVoo's marker. Do you remember if George was buried near her?

Heather

Added by Heather Cottrell on Apr 29, 2013 6:40 AM

Teri Forsyth
RE: Edward Ransdell
OK thanks so much.

Added by Teri Forsyth on Apr 03, 2013 4:48 PM

Fred Smith
Transfers
Thank you for transferring Maudie McDonald, Orville Kramer & Fred Horstmeyer to me.

Added by Fred Smith on Mar 31, 2013 10:09 AM

Farm Girl from MO.
Sgt. C. H. Dunn & Soldier Dunn
The memorial for Sgt. C. H. Dunn #104433354 and the memorial for Soldier Dunn #104433548 are for the same person. Actually his name on his stone on both memorials for him looks to me like it reads, D. N. Dunn, who probably is the same person as David N. Dunn who is mentioned in a History of Selby County, Missouri. See photo added by Larry Easterday. There is also a group memorial for D. N. Dunn located in the Jefferson City National Cemetery.
Just trying to be of help. Have a nice day, Marla M. from MO.

Added by Farm Girl from MO. on Mar 22, 2013 3:41 PM

S. G. Shanafelt
Williams
Thank you so much for the Williams stone photo. And, thank you for all you do for Find A Grave.

Added by S. G. Shanafelt on Mar 19, 2013 10:54 PM

Only In Their Memory
Webb Providence Cemetery
Thanks for looking. Would think they are there, but the graves are all unmarked. Thanks again.

Added by Only In Their Memory on Mar 19, 2013 1:30 PM

Karen Jaynes
RE: Beezley's
Charles William Beezley was my paternal grandfather. I am new to this program, so I am not sure if this is the family you refer to. However, if it is, are YOU related?

Added by Karen Jaynes on Mar 14, 2013 7:55 PM

Chad Kendell
RE: Nies not Neis
Thanks ... I made the correction.

Added by Chad Kendell on Feb 26, 2013 8:29 PM

Cathy & Thomas
Joyce Hunsaker
Where is she buried? Find A Grave # is ?????
The only one I know of is in Sadler Cemetery.

Added by Cathy & Thomas on Feb 26, 2013 8:40 AM

Sarah Clark Stevens
Rush Cemetery
Another big thanks to you for another photo in the Rush Cemetery. I sincerely appreciate the photo of the tombstone for Charles C. Bowen.

Added by Sarah Clark Stevens on Feb 20, 2013 8:00 AM

Heather Cottrell
RE: Nelsons
Go North out of Hannibal on 168 or 61?

Thanks,
Heather

Added by Heather Cottrell on Feb 19, 2013 7:57 AM

Heather Cottrell
RE: Nelsons
It is very possibly that they don't have markers. The family was poor and Mary was an infant. Can you give me directions out there to the cemetery? I tried to find it once but had no luck. Is there an actual road to it or do you have to park and walk up to the cemetery?

Heather

Added by Heather Cottrell on Feb 17, 2013 12:38 PM

Heather Cottrell
John and Mary Nelson
Have you ever been out to Rush Cemetery? I put John and his granddaughter Mary there because this was the cemetery listed on their death certificates.

Heather

Added by Heather Cottrell on Feb 16, 2013 9:16 PM

Rhett Hilton
Thank You
Thank You very much for taking the time to photograph the marker for my wife's G Grandmother. It means alot to us.

Added by Rhett Hilton on Feb 16, 2013 10:05 AM

Sarah Clark Stevens
Tombstone photo for Theodore Polk Bowen
Thanks so much for the tombstone photo of Theodore Polk Bowen in the Rush Cemetery in Marion County, Missouri. I sincerely appreciate your kind assistance.

Added by Sarah Clark Stevens on Feb 16, 2013 10:02 AM

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