|marty||Hargraves in New Bethel Cemetery|
I have been working on the records for New Bethel Cemetery for the last year and would like to see if you would transfer Sarah Jane McCain Hargraves 29036244 and Benjamin Hargraves 29036182 to me so I can add personal info. If you would rather not, please email me so I can give you the info to add. I live in the St. Louis area but when visiting in Jackson, have been taking pictures at New Bethel, Iona and McLain cemeteries. Thanks.
Added by marty on Aug 30, 2011 1:37 PM
Reagan, Can you tell me how to obtain the information of the burials at this cemetery? Thanks so much.
Added by ReneeR on Aug 26, 2011 10:57 AM
|ReneeR||Barks chapel cemetery|
Hi Raegan, Do you know if there is more than one Barks Chapel cemetery, and if so, where they are located, etc?
Added by ReneeR on Aug 26, 2011 10:49 AM
I saw where someone wanted a picture of Benjamin Buchheit's stone. They won't find it in Applecreek. He is buried in Applecreek, MO in Perry Co. not the cemetery Applecreek in Cape Co. I think the name of the cemetery is St. Josephs. Applecreek Cem, Applecreek Township, Applecreek the town all get very confusing. Also Applecreek Presby Church Cem is in Cape Co., but sometimes when people say buried in Applecreek, they mean the town in Perry Co. Hope this helps.
Added by d yancey on Mar 08, 2011 1:14 PM
|Shane Symes||Missouri Bell Baker|
Hi Raegan, I am searching for the man who married Missouri Bell. The marriage record states a G. H. Baker. But that is all I can find so far. Do you happen to know if Missouri is buried by her husband? I know she had a child die young named Rossie Martin Baker. Thanks for any help you can provide. ~ Shane
Added by Shane Symes on Nov 18, 2010 7:24 PM
|ccsd34||English Cemetery Cape Girardeau County|
Hi, I was wondering if you could tell me how to get to the English Cemetery on the Houck Farm. I would also like to know who, if anybody, I need to contact to gain permission to visit it.
Added by ccsd34 on Jun 27, 2010 5:25 PM
|Brent Gillespie||RE: ACC Book|
Thanks for letting me know!! I will get with my dad to see of we have anything. Everything I had on the cemetery I posted, it was just a transcription that I had.
Added by Brent Gillespie on May 07, 2010 11:48 PM
|Sarah Quinn||Apple Creek Cemetery|
Thank you so much for your note. I do leave flowers but I do not have any connection to the cemetery history. Congratulations on thee book and I am sure the getogether will be fun. Best ever, Sarah.
Added by Sarah Quinn on May 06, 2010 7:02 PM
|Brent Gillespie||RE: Apple Creek Cemetery Book & Service|
I wish I could get up there & go but they have us Scheduled to work 12hrs/7 days a week through the end of May. When you get the info on the book please holler at me, so I can buy one. Thank you so much for keeping me posted, I can't even get out to do volunteer photos. Thanks again!!
Added by Brent Gillespie on Mar 22, 2010 12:09 PM
|Darleen J. Chipman||HATCHER|
Thanks for the HATCHER photos at Apple Creek cemetery. Old, difficult stones to read but you did great and we appreciate it.
Added by Darleen J. Chipman on Mar 20, 2010 3:30 PM
|TLH||RE: Roy Seidenstricker|
I meant to say that Yes, Roy and Wm Louis are brothers. This is great because I don't have any info on Louis after 1930 and don't know who he married or any of his descendants.
Looking forward to hearing from you
Added by TLH on Feb 07, 2010 11:06 AM
Roy was born in 1920 in Ashley, Washington Co.,Ill
I have lots of Seidenstricker family research. Not to mention, I know Roy and have since I was a little girl. My Aunt is married to one of his son's.
Please email me at: email@example.com
And we can discuss.
Added by TLH on Feb 07, 2010 11:01 AM
Roy is still alive and well.
Are you related?
Added by TLH on Feb 06, 2010 7:37 AM
|Brent Gillespie||RE: Apple Creek Association|
Thank You for telling me about Apple Creek. I just got my new computer Saturday & am trying to catch up on all my messages & e-mails. I have missed a whole bunch of stuff. Would have loved to been there at Apple Creek for the meeting. I will try to holler at someone up there. Thanks Raegan for the messages!! You need anything holler!!
Added by Brent Gillespie on Oct 05, 2009 9:19 AM
|Ted Stout||RE: Welker Family|
Ben Welker's son George W. Welker married my grandfather's first cousin Amanda Fanny Bryan so I have limited information on the family.
Added by Ted Stout on Aug 22, 2009 9:17 PM
|Me2u||Celeste Hazel Jauch Austin|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request and for taking that extra mile in Charles, Lestie, Lane and Louise. Have a wonderful weekend.
Added by Me2u on Aug 08, 2009 11:13 AM
Thank you very much for taking the time to go to Fairmount Cemetery in Cape Girardeau to take photos of the graves of Esco and Gladys Langston. They were my great uncle and great aunt, who lived across the street from us in Flint, MI when I was growing up.
I'm in southern California now and for the past 34 years, and haven't been to the Cape since 1989.
Added by jmlowman on Aug 08, 2009 11:12 AM
Thank you for taking the time to do the photo request for me. Is Opal's, to the right, his wife's headstone?
Added by Me2u on Aug 08, 2009 11:09 AM
|Clara & Terry L. Luster, Sr.||Sides Family|
No I am not related to your family, I have done research on the Sides family etc for my best freind whom was Carolyn Sue Sides, she has since passed. I may have family information for you, email me directly, Clara
Added by Clara & Terry L. Luster, ... on Oct 20, 2008 8:09 PM
|Ted Stout||Welker Family|
Yes. Ben Welker's son George W. Welker married my grandfather's cousin Fannie Bryan.
Added by Ted Stout on Aug 22, 2008 3:15 PM
|Kenneth Hinkle||Old Sides Cemetery - Cape G. County MO|
Thanks for reminding me (by your email) that I'd not visited the "findagrave" site in a long time. The above associated link should have taken you to the listings for "Sides Cemetery" and also provides a Map of the location near I-55! So, I'm assuming your question is more specific than that; i.e., property owners name, etc. The old cemetery is on a slight rise of land just off the the county road paralleling the Interstate which is easily visible from the cemetery. I believe it was called the "Bogenpohl" farm the last time I was there; a couple of years now. The Bogenpohl family (if I've remembered his name correctly) has been extremely cooperative and willing to allow us to open the gate that leads into his pasture and drive up to the knoll on which the old cemetery is located. He allowed my cousin to put up light fencing around the plot as an attempt at saving the stones from the livestock. It has helped at that task but the undergrowth is worse now since the farm animals don't graze as readily on the grass, weeds and sprouts surrounding the stones! I've mown it a couple of times and my cousin several times in the past four or five years but I think perhaps we've both about given up the task. I'm 400 miles away and my interested cousin lives in the St. Louis area. We usually just stop at the farm house or the smaller "tenant" house near the gate on the same side as the cemetery and request to enter their property. As I said, they've always been extremely kind to us when they understand we're descendants of several of the folks buried on their farm. In my case my great great great grandfather Peter Hinkle and ggggrandmother Amelia Clotfelter Hinkle are buried there along with others that are probably also some kin to me . . . a Lewis Hinkle and his wife. Many / most of the stones have been knocked down by animals over time and a few have been buried or almost covered with soil. It's a sad situation!
Good luck. If you are nearby the area I hope you can find the plot and visit. It's sad but it won't get any better as the years go by I'm afraid. There's very little in the way of "public" help in situations like this so unless a family can organize (an finance) some private, personal care and make the proper arrangements with the owners, it would be a difficult task for one or two people!
I hope the map link works for you because that's probably the easiest way to find the place. I can probably give you more detailed instructions though, but will leave that for another time as I'm answering your query a bit late in the day! I usually access the area from I-55, turning west on KK. It's only a mile or two . . . short distance anyway to where a county road turns off to the south. Just before or after crossing a barely visable bridge over a small stream. Another mile or so south you must take another turn to the left which heads straight as a stick back toward the Interstate. There is a barrier, of course, as one approaches the Interstate but the road makes a right angle turn to the south. Keep an eye out to your right as you drive south for a grove of trees on a knoll just west of the road. Signs on the driveway entry to the main farmhouse on your left (east) used to say "Bogenpohl". Can't say if they still do. To your right is the smaller dwelling house and the gate entering the pasture and path up to the grove of trees and cemetery.
Feel free to contact me via another email if I need to clarify this hodge podge of info (likely, considering the hour at which I write!).
Added by Kenneth Hinkle on Aug 15, 2008 10:46 PM
|Ginger Tamilio||No Relation|
Sorry not related to Haynes or Deck . Added the names threw some paper work someone sent me on the Cemetery ( Oak Ridge ) , Zodock , Stoddard County , Mo because I have older family buried there . Best of lick in your search .
Added by Ginger Tamilio on Aug 15, 2008 4:06 PM
|Jean ღ||Relatives in SE MO|
Many of the memorials I have posted are relatives. My ancestry is Lutes, Francis and Hahn, also have many Baker, Eaker and Shell relatives. Willie Sides is not a relative, but I do have some Sides in my family file.
Added by Jean ღ on Aug 14, 2008 5:37 PM
Could you please contact me via my private email regarding the posting of the Kinder memorials.
Thanks, Janice firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Janice Harby on Aug 14, 2008 11:17 AM
|Janice Harby||Kinder Family|
I'd love any photos you have of the Kinder family's individual headstones. All help we can give each other in our genealogy quest is greatly appreciated. Headstones help when you don't have birth or death certificates to verify dates. Thank you! Janice
Added by Janice Harby on Aug 14, 2008 5:15 AM