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Debbi Adams Gambert (#47168007)
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Dan Bentley
William Cox
Hello. I saw the info you put on Lewis Cox's site. I wonder if you have any idea where William Cox and Mildred Shackleford Cox are buried. I imagine it was out in the hills somewhere in Pike county. They must have died between 1860-1870. I did find a William Cox in a cemetery in Pike county but I have lost that listing. Do you happen to know where that is?
William and Mildred are my three greats grandparents. Dan Bentley

Added by Dan Bentley on Nov 21, 2014 8:38 PM

Mike Pratt
RE: Elizabeth Adams_Old Ashley Cemetery
The original Death Date was 16 Nov 1842, but looking at the headstone it was clearly 18 Nov 1842. The revised Birth Date was taking the information from the memorial you created and subtracting 2 years and 3 months from the 18 Nov 1842 Death Date to arrive at a Birth Date of Aug 1840. Since no days are listed as part of the Age, it could be assumed that she was born on 18 Aug 1840.

All of my information is from the memorials you created.

I am working on a project to document both living and deceased people that attended school in the Louisiana, Missouri school system. I have several people with a last name of ADAMS that I do not know where they are. In an attempt to find them, I am documenting any ADAMS that lived in Pike County, Missouri in an attempt to find the ones that I am missing.

Added by Mike Pratt on Oct 21, 2014 5:14 PM

Sue Tanner
RE: Woodson, Violet: follow-up
Hi, I did remove the photo request--if you wish me to take a photo of where her dad is buried and post that on her memorial? If you want me to do that--then let me know. Otherwise, there is no need for her request to stay up. Sue

Added by Sue Tanner on Oct 18, 2014 12:29 AM

Sue Tanner
Woodson, Violet
Hi Debbi, I just called Greenwood to get a location for Violet and she couldn't find her--the only Woodson is William Woodson and I have already photographed where his marker should be. That is my photo on his memorial. So, unless you have another idea. I ask that you please remove your photo request. Any chance she remarried? She moved? A nickname, another different first name?
Let me know if I can help you. Sue

Added by Sue Tanner on Oct 15, 2014 2:17 PM

Jeanne Irene Bailey Schaub
RE: Hamblin photo
You are very welcome.

Added by Jeanne Irene Bailey Scha... on Aug 28, 2014 9:03 AM

Marty
RE: Clara Mae Bartels?
Thank you, I will unlink her from the Bartels and link her to the right family...
Appreciate your help..
Marty

Added by Marty on May 25, 2014 2:35 PM

Marty
Clara Mae Bartels?
Hi Debbi,
I added a Clara Mae Wells Leebrick McFee to Find a
Grave today, I think she was the daughter of Albert Christian Bartels and Ada Marie Adams Bartels, (who I transfered to you). I linked Clara to them, feeling pretty sure her maiden name was Bartels. But I thought I'd ask you for sure, I will remove her if she doesn't belong... Her 1st husband was a lineman for the Power Company and was killed, her 2nd spouse was shot accidentally and the last out lived her...
Clara's memorial #130332971..
Marty Campbell
Mexico, MO

Added by Marty on May 25, 2014 12:01 PM

Shirley Ulbrich
Minerva Coughman Long
Hi there, thanks for posting this grave. I've just started looking for family after some time off for illness. I'm thrilled that you have this up on Find A Grave. If you are a closer relation, never mind, but if not, would it be possible for you to transfer this to me? Minerva is my husband's 2nd great grandmother on his maternal side. Anyway, thanks again for your work!

Added by Shirley Ulbrich on May 09, 2014 7:29 PM

Sue Tanner
RE: William May Woodson
You're very welcome. Sue

Added by Sue Tanner on Jan 08, 2014 8:47 PM

Francine York
Murphy Cemetery
I see you have created some memorials for this cemetery in Embden, Somerset county, Maine. Are you adding photos for those you created? Let me know. I have some photos I could add to them.

Added by Francine York on Nov 11, 2013 6:03 PM

Kathy
Blands
Thanks so much for the transfer. I appreciate it.

Added by Kathy on Oct 19, 2013 2:38 PM

Kathy
Walter S. Bland
Would you please connect my great great uncle Walter to his parents Amos 118734696 and Mary 118734768. Thank you.

Added by Kathy on Oct 15, 2013 6:19 AM

Ted Myers
RE: Jonas Applebee, follow-up
Debbi, Why didn't you tell me you were related, I would be more then happy to transfer the memorial to your care, I like to keep family together, Ted

Added by Ted Myers on Sep 30, 2013 11:39 AM

Ted Myers
Applebee
Thank You, everything worked,Ted

Added by Ted Myers on Sep 30, 2013 9:37 AM

Ted Myers
Jonas Applebee
You left a number out of his father's memorial number, it is not a full number,Ted

Added by Ted Myers on Sep 30, 2013 7:43 AM

Marty
Olla Stanford
Hi Debbie,

Thank you for sponsoring my memorial for Olla Stanford.. I noticed her mother was an Adams,
I would be very happy to transfer her to you?
Marty
Mexico, MO

Added by Marty on Aug 14, 2013 7:13 AM

J. Edward Ross
Re: Geo W Godfrrey
Thank you for sponsoring the George W Godfrey memorial page.

Ed

Added by J. Edward Ross on Aug 14, 2013 7:06 AM

Randy Clark
Harrison Adams memorial
Thank you so much for sponsoring the Harrison Adams memorial #58890550, you are so kind. Harrison was my great uncle.

Added by Randy Clark on Jul 26, 2013 7:05 PM

Lawrence D. McCoy
RE: Smyrna Cemetery corrections
Just letting you know I found the 1860 Census For Ada Jordan living in Louisiana MO. On it she is listed as 1 month old as of June 1st of that year. That would put her birthday anywhere from April 1st to May 1st.

Added by Lawrence D. McCoy on Jun 14, 2013 4:44 AM

Lawrence D. McCoy
Age on Jordan stone
Next time I'm in the Smyrna area I will double check it again. I'm starting to doubt myself.

Added by Lawrence D. McCoy on Jun 14, 2013 12:00 AM

Lawrence D. McCoy
RE: Smyrna Cemetery corrections
The Hull-McCoy tree is mine but it her definitely says 4 month 10 days. I didn't even realize she was on my tree until you said something.

Added by Lawrence D. McCoy on Jun 13, 2013 8:38 PM

Sherida (Riggs) Childers
RE: Walter Callaway Adams
I am transcribing records from some books that my Aunt Rula left to me when she passed away in 1987.

Added by Sherida (Riggs) Childers on May 18, 2013 8:30 AM

Sherida (Riggs) Childers
RE: Walter Callaway Adams
In 1987, my Aunt Rula passed away and left me a large number of genealogy books. As I was going through them, I thought it would be nice to share the information in them before they become destroyed. I thought the obituaries would be good information for other researchers. Glad you enjoyed them.

Added by Sherida (Riggs) Childers on May 15, 2013 8:55 PM

Nathaniel Lawrence Quick, Jr
RE: Burchfield connection
Debbi - it has been years since we were 'in contact' through the net and Find-A-Grave. Frequently think about you when working on my genealogy. I finally updatged my Ancestry.com
with several braches of the family. My wife has
a relative that lives in Colorado. His son-in-law
is doing research on JONES/BEASLEY and another branch of his mother-in-law. The relative married
one of the daughters of CHESTER JACK D BEASLEY II.
This past-time can surely be detailed and rewarding at the same time. I have found that one of my relatives, JOHN ROBERT KEELING was an officer in the Civil War. I have been to h is gravesite here in Texas. And another relative was MACIJAH AUTRY (???spelling of first name) who
perished at the Alamo. We visited the Alamo a few years ago and while walking through it my wife caught my attention and said. "There is something over here you will be interested in."
On display was a French history book, and it was opened to the inside of the front cover, and there were about five signatures of MACIJAH AUTREY.... I wanted to cry out ould, but just let my tears flow..... And I found through my cousin in Lubbock that one of my ancestors was
SIR GEORGE YEARDLEY - founded Jamestown in the 1600's. I was fortunate enough to stand beside his grave in the church in the original Jamestown.
I don't mean to brag, but genealogy can so open up our thoughts and memories that it just makes you stop and be amazed.....
I hope you are in good health and having a great time with your life.
Thanks so much for YOUR inspiration and influence.
Nathaniel Lawrence Quick, Jr., aka Larry

Added by Nathaniel Lawrence Quick,... on May 04, 2013 3:52 PM

Marty
Sibyl Callaway
I know you thought I'd spelled it wrong, but
it is spelled Sibyl on her grave marker. I have
added the photo.
Marty

Added by Marty on Apr 03, 2013 9:26 PM

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