|Mark E Thomas||Delatally or Tal Shelton Headstone Photo?|
I,m so VERY Sorry but if I had read this FAB info that is on here, I would have NEVER requested this in the first place. As this is what it saids:
Family lore from Tal's niece says that he was buried as a pauper.
I wish that Find-A-Grave would put someway to Mark each Page as to if there is to way NOT To ask for anyone to go out on a Headstone Photo Shoot as Wasted Your Time & Mine.
Also I have put in a Request for a Name Edit on this page also.
As I have gone though many Sources and have determined that the Name here should be( Dela Tally Shelton ). And I hope that in a day or so, to have this OK'd for the Change. Again SORRY to have sent you out when you should have never gone in the first Place. Take Care.
Added by Mark E Thomas on Jul 12, 2016 2:12 PM
Thanks so much for posting a photo! I appreciate your efforts.
Added by RisingSun on Jul 11, 2016 7:53 PM
|Jim V||RE: Catherine Schmidtchen|
Your welcome. She's my wife's great-grandaunt. She's buried on her parent's lot (Peter & Margaret Fuhr). I have been adding pages for the other graves on the lot, so I'd be happy to get hers.
Added by Jim V on Jun 28, 2016 11:03 AM
|Tammy Catron||54969806 Clarence Smith|
The notice you requested added to the above memorial has been completed. If you have a copy of this notice that is directly out of the paper I would love to ad it to the photos it would be a document that others might appreciate as well.
Clarence Smith, the four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, living about three miles northeast of the city died yesterday afternoon at three o'clock of measles and the body was shipped this morning to Lynn [sic] county for burial. The funeral proper will occur at that place today. Short services were held at 224 North Buckeye street this morning, conducted by Rev. W. H. Garfield.
May 18 1907
Added by Tammy Catron on Jun 24, 2016 6:44 AM
|Dawna Budd||Pam (Beeman) Hutton|
Would you like me to put in a photo request so you can fill it or just let it go.
Added by Dawna Budd on Jun 15, 2016 12:07 PM
|Dawna Budd||Pamela (Beeman) Hutton|
Hi, debilyn I was wonder if you would take off the two photos of Pam's grave. I was trying to ask for another grave photo request. Pam has a real nice gravestone now an it will not let me put in a request for her. I am her aunt and I live in Missouri, we do not get out there that often, I was going to put in a request, but it reads that their are to many photo's on this memorial and I would like to leave the other 4 photos on the memorial. Pamela Mae "Pam" (Beeman) Hutton, Find A Grave Memorial# 66483720 she is buried at Gas City Cemetery, Gas, Allen County, Kansas.
Thank you, Dawna Budd
Added by Dawna Budd on Jun 14, 2016 11:01 PM
|SP_ks||RE: Myrtle M. Toliver|
Hello- It was my pleasure to assist you by taking the photo. Best regards, Sherri Patterson
Added by SP_ks on Jun 13, 2016 11:48 AM
|Marca Lee Jennette McInnes Murray||Edward William Rath|
Thank you for the news article.
Added by Marca Lee Jennette McInne... on Jun 12, 2016 7:38 PM
|Delna Powell||Thersa Huffman|
Thank you for contacting me. so exited you found her headstone. She died and her husband sent 3 small children (3,6,8)to Utah to his parents. They road the train with notes pinned to clothing. In the 1960's the oldest daughter had a headstone set for her Mother and her child. Thersa is my husbands Grandmother. I went to the cemetery in the 1980's. The worker or sexton told me where the new stone was and I took the picture. The stone is to the top of the hill almost a few rows down from the sexton or worker building on the right. Thank you again for canvasing this cemetery. The family had no idea that her husband Noah had a stone set for Thersa. Interesting I have no idea who the Linda Huffman b. 1831 is. So on to another research search.
Added by Delna Powell on Jun 09, 2016 6:56 PM
|Virginia Jones||RE: Dora Frisbie|
husband Eugene Frisbie Find A Grave #20699631. You noted that she was listed as Champ in the cemetery, that's why I thought it might be easier to list both names.
Added by Virginia Jones on May 15, 2016 6:18 PM
|RisingSun||RE: Wilson Bailey|
Yes keep it and i will do some checking. I will let you know if i find anything.
Added by RisingSun on May 14, 2016 6:19 PM
|LeAna Ball||Thura Alfred Boo|
Thank you for sharing the obituary for my great great uncle .
Added by LeAna Ball on May 08, 2016 6:27 PM
|Al Hibbard||Ned Goodale connection|
You recently sent some edits for some folks directly or indirectly related to subject. Please email me (allen.at.Find A Grave@gmail.com) and explain the source(s) for your suggested edits.
Added by Al Hibbard on May 06, 2016 5:47 PM
I would like the article about the adoption. I had no idea about that, but I haven't looked that closely at this family. The new information you posted got me going again. Thanks.
Added by john chapman on Apr 30, 2016 3:17 PM
|john chapman||RE: Saars in Moran, Kansas|
Thanks for getting back so quickly. Please just add the information. If I find anything new or different, I'll get back with you.
John in Austin
Added by john chapman on Apr 29, 2016 8:43 AM
|john chapman||Saars in Moran, Kansas|
First, thanks for all the good work you do with FindaGrave. You have allowed me to catch up on some of my "lost" Saars.
Regarding Lavina Pewter Saar: I believe her surname was Peters, at least this is what the Iowa marriage record shows. However, it also gives her first name as Philipina Peters. Census records vary from Lavina to Philipina to Jacobina. Who knows? I think Lavina is probably correct, but????.
Thanks again for all you do.
Added by john chapman on Apr 27, 2016 9:12 AM
|sherjstone||Richard E Johnson|
Thanks a bunch for the headstone photo.
Added by sherjstone on Apr 25, 2016 11:09 AM
|Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)||James Simpson|
Thanks for the transfer offer. They are not my family. Hopefully someone will claim them someday.
Added by Mary Downing-Mahan (grave... on Apr 18, 2016 3:59 PM
|Farm Girl from MO.||RE: I will let you decide.|
Sorry that I haven't responded sooner and thanked you for moving your photos to my memorials and deleting yours. I have had a very bad cold recently and we also lost our dog, Blue Too, who was very special to us. Thanks again for your understanding about my adding memorials to the wrong Highland cemetery. At least they are in the correct location now. Have a nice day.
Added by Farm Girl from MO. on Apr 13, 2016 12:22 PM
|Pamela Pearson||RE: Rosa Hite Hunter|
Hi. Thank you for offering to transfer Rosa Hayt Hunter (Mem. 134613314) to me. Yes, Rosa was the sister of my great-grandfather. Rosa died young, leaving only one child. I've not been able to find any of Rosa's descendants. It would be great if you could transfer her to me. My number is 47068848. Pam Pearson
Added by Pamela Pearson on Apr 03, 2016 10:05 AM
|Farm Girl from MO.||RE: I will let you decide.|
Thank you so very much. It was so very nice of you to let me keep my memorials. I really do appreciate it. I will add the plots to my memorials for Leslie & Myrtle. Have a nice day, Farm Girl from MO.
Added by Farm Girl from MO. on Apr 02, 2016 9:08 AM
|Farm Girl from MO.||I will let you decide.|
I created memorials for Leslie Ross "Cy" Cyrus #103681781 and his wife, Myrtle Evalyn (Paris) Cyrus #40782010 several years ago but I apparently had them in the wrong Highland Cemetery. There are several different Highland cemeteries and I guess I got the wrong one.
Would you consider transfering your memorials for Leslie R Cyrus #158319786 and M Evalyn Cyrus #158319818 to me and I will delete mine OR would you be willing to move your photos to my memorials and delete yours? Myrtle Evalyn (Paris) Cyrus is a distant family member of my husband's but I will leave it up to you how you want to merge the memorials. Let me know.
Added by Farm Girl from MO. on Apr 01, 2016 5:51 PM
|Ann||RE: Mrs. Murrell|
Once again thank you. I am not sure of the relationship but know that my line was in Kansas.
Added by Ann on Apr 01, 2016 3:33 PM
|Ann||RE: Mrs. Murrell|
Thanks so much. I would like to see a copy of the obit. I have Murrells from Kansas in my line but don't know where this family fits in. I appreciate anything you can do to clear this up.
Added by Ann on Mar 31, 2016 12:54 PM
|Pamela Pearson||Rosa Hite Hunter|
If you would like to, you can link Rosa Hite Hunter (# 134613314) to her mother, Phyllissie Baudsen Hayt (# 32157390). Phyllissie is also buried in Iola Cemetery. Their surname is pronounced "height," so it often appears in the records as Hite.
Added by Pamela Pearson on Mar 25, 2016 8:56 AM