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Cherilyn Purdy Hindle Hearn (#47138179)
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Mr. Jean Coston
HALE
Dear Cherlyn
Do you know if there are any Hale's in the Mt.
Hope Cemetery?
At this time I am putting in to this cemetery
Marjorie and I need to know if her husband Hugh E.
is there beside her.
Many thanks,
Jean
Ps: I'm asking for a photo also.

Added by Mr. Jean Coston on Mar 18, 2015 8:23 AM

Rosemary Matthews
RE: Re: Charles Ice
I could send you the chapter by pdf to an email if you wish. The book was compiled by my husband and I with of course help from church folks. email me at Rosie1st2000@yahoo.com Please mention Charles Ice in the subject line. THANK YOU. If you have something to add after seeing what we have, please let me know as we could enter it in a supplement.

Added by Rosemary Matthews on Jan 21, 2015 9:14 PM

Judy Sporleder Davin
add information
Please add Darlene Agosto Moreland #43007507 to her fathers Find A Grave #38394129 and to her mother Reba Cox Agosto #43007529
Thank you ! Judy Davin (for Chuck Salgado, Darlene's Son)

Added by Judy Sporleder Davin on Jan 06, 2015 11:29 AM

Holly
Ireland Crmetery
May I have your permission to copy the photos you took of Thomas, Parnetta, and Martha Reeder that you took for my family tree. I would give you credit for taking the photos. Holly

Added by Holly on Oct 24, 2014 10:03 PM

Judy Sporleder Davin
Moss Agosto tombstone
Find A Grave #38394129.
Was my grandfather. His name is Melchione (Moss) Agosto. He had no middle name. His Son was Moss Lew Agosto. So the senior should be listed as Moss Agosto not Moss Lew Agosto. Thank you
Alfred Charles Salgado

Added by Judy Sporleder Davin on Oct 24, 2014 10:23 AM

Eugene R. Walthall
Joseph and Mary Ragan
Joseph Ragan(528686634)and his wife, Mary Ragan(52868709)are my great-great-grandparents.

May I have the management of their memorials transferred to me?

Thanks for your many contributions to Find-A-Grave and best regards.

Eugene R. Walthall

Added by Eugene R. Walthall on Sep 04, 2014 10:59 AM

Steve Seim
RE: Montgomery County Poor Farm Cemetery
That's exactly what I needed - thanks!

Added by Steve Seim on Jun 15, 2014 6:02 PM

Steve Seim
RE: Montgomery County Poor Farm Cemetery
If you can find the spot on Google Maps, right-click and then select "What's Here?" That will give you the coordinates.

Added by Steve Seim on Jun 12, 2014 5:54 PM

Steve Seim
Montgomery County Poor Farm Cemetery
Do you have GPS coordinates for this cemetery?

Added by Steve Seim on Jun 12, 2014 10:28 AM

Bev Golden
Capt Samuel T. Shore
Thank you for your messages on Capt Samuel T. Shore. You've got me intrigued with your identification of the Samuel Shore who was at the Poor Farm in 1910 with Capt Samuel T. Shore, son of Narcissa Jean Shore. I put that census record as a possibility on his mother's memorial, but isn't the Samuel T. Shore who was living in Prairie City, Douglas Co., KS more likely? Have you found something while doing your research on the Poor Farm?

I share your interest in Poor Farm residents. I've managed to add most of the ones listed at the Franklin Co., MO one by researching online death and census records. I think it's very valuable historical research and a way of remembering those who've been otherwise forgotten. Bev

Added by Bev Golden on Nov 06, 2013 9:14 AM

Richard Arthur Fenner
Elonzo Fenner
Thank you for the grave marker photo!

Added by Richard Arthur Fenner on Aug 28, 2012 4:18 PM

JElkins
Caroline Cornett photo
Thank you for the photo of the marker for the poor little Caroline Cornett girl. Her relatives sent me her obituary to post too.

Added by JElkins on Aug 28, 2012 10:45 AM

Phyllis Jarred
Baby Johnson 1909
You might like to link this child to his parent: Leroy Johnson #57607185 and Dora Alice Bryan Johnson, not sure of her number. I only have six of the digits #551508--. Thanks!

Added by Phyllis Jarred on Feb 26, 2012 1:33 AM

Phyllis Jarred
Baby Johnson 1909

Added by Phyllis Jarred on Feb 26, 2012 1:27 AM

Dan & Barbara
Day Cemetery
Hi I see you took the picture across the fence from the Day Cem Chautauque county. I would love to have a picture of Mason True Family . From the looks of the picture this Cemetery is reverting back to mother nature and really needs to be photographed for historians. Is it on private property and owners wont allow this. Or so out of the way that it would be really hard to get to ? Just Curious about this one wish I lived closer so I could try to do it myself.
If I was to travel there would I be allowed access to it ?
Sorry to bother you
Have a nice New Year
Charlie

Added by Dan & Barbara on Jan 02, 2012 9:08 PM

Janet Milburn
Re: Mr. Hooter
Cherilyn -Hi! No I just wandered acrossed Mr. Hooter, in my journey thru Find A Grave.It is like time travel, you start out in one state or location and end up in an other, and wonder how you got there. I felt sympathy for someone ending up in a poor farm. So left a memorial. Best wishes.
Janet

Added by Janet Milburn on Sep 20, 2011 12:10 PM

Margaret
Oris K Keller
Elm Grove Cemetery, Edna, KS...

Could you make the following additions to Oris K Keller and his wife, Mabel Ann as follows:

Oris K Keller #52872592
b. June 24, 1873 at Seymour, Jackson County, Indiana
d. January 25, 1843 at Coffeyville, Montgomery County, Kansas.

HIS WIFE: Mable Ann "Nevius" #52872653
b. September 5, 1875 in Labette County, Kansas (near Valeda)
d. December 25, 1950

It would also be nice to link them together if you would. Thanks so much.

Margaret Skyles
Tulsa, OK

Added by Margaret on Sep 16, 2011 1:19 PM

mary
Eli Shaw, Varner Cemetery
Thank you SO much for posting the picture of Eli Shaw's marker. I've been searching for him and has brother and sister for YEARS. Findagrave is just wonderful. :-)
Thanks again,
Mary King

Added by mary on Aug 31, 2011 5:12 PM

Ken Herman
David Blue
Hello Cherilyn,

I need a little help. I wonder if you would link David with his parents and spouse:

Father: 71518147
Mother: 71483799
Spouse: 52610588

Thank for you assistance.
Ken in AZ

Added by Ken Herman on Jun 17, 2011 3:27 PM

Chad Kendell
RE: Viola
Thanks for the correction. Some days I am a space cadet ... I have made the fix.

Added by Chad Kendell on May 15, 2011 7:10 PM

osengineer3
Hoyt Photos
Thank-you for taking the picture of EG Hosts headstrong. I thank you for looking for Daisy stone.

Added by osengineer3 on May 09, 2011 8:30 PM

Kenneth Pohl
Hilda Koehler's Bible
Cherilyn, your message about the bible got both my wife and I excited. Hilda was sort of my second mother. She was a great traveler and I am sure she must have been in the Herinton area sometime! She never married and was and was a children's librian in New York for many years. When she retired she was a librian in Lawrence, KS. In the 1940's she joined the Women's Army Corp and was stationed in New Jersey. She managed to travel to all states in the US and also made a trip or two to Germany to visit relatives there. I was the only child of my mother, Hilda and Edna, her sisters, never married. Hilda was a great woman and I don't think there will be another like her. I would definately like to have this momento. Please let me know the cost and I will gladly reimburse you for any expenses.

Ken Pohl
1553 Cape Cod Dr
Mansfield, OH 44904

Thanks,
Ken

Added by Kenneth Pohl on May 09, 2011 6:44 PM

Victoria
RE: correction...
Thank you very much for doing that we appreciate it very much.

Added by Victoria on May 08, 2011 2:28 PM

Chad Kendell
RE: Ross Cemetery
Cherilyn,

I see you have been adding pictures to my memorials at the Ross Cemetery. I greatly appreciate this. I have several others I am in need of getting pictures if you have anytime or already have taken them. Thanks.

65151915
59719159
65239986
65240140
65252185
65252467

Added by Chad Kendell on May 07, 2011 10:16 PM

Victoria
RE: correction...
Hi Cherilyn,

Yes, I have searched high and low for happened to David and Mary. No trace of what happened to them. They were there altogether with the family and then both just gone and kids scattered. I was so hoping they would be in Varner Cemetery. David was in the Civil War on Union side in a Ks regiment and then mustered out and was with his family. The only conclusion I can come to is they both died at either the same time or very close to the same time. I wonder if there was some kind of disease that ran through that area in 1870-1875? I don't know when either one of them died or how.....it's really just odd. I know that their daughter Laura and her husband died in a flash flood together many years later in Neodosha. So, it can happen but just a family mystery I have been trying to solve. Thank you a million times over for helping me...
Mahalo
Victoria

Added by Victoria on May 07, 2011 5:40 PM

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