Could you please add the following information to William O Spratt #120588278
Middle name is Otis
Mother Mary Spratt 52254498
Father Walter Spratt 32022107
First wife was Maria May Main Spratt 42479224
Obituary for Iris Lee Spratt #120588308
Middle name Irene
Kansas City Star, The (MO) - March 30, 1996 Deceased: IRIS IRENE SPRATT Iris Irene Spratt, 82, Pleasanton, KS, passed away March 28, 1996, at Mercy Hospital, Fort Scott, KS. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Sunday, March 31, at First Baptist Church, Pleasanton, KS; burial in Independence Cemetery, Hume, MO. Visitation will be 7-8 p.m. Saturday, at the Torneden-Coffel Funeral Chapel . Memorial contributions may be made to the church or Pleasant View Nursing Home Activity Fund. (Arrangements: Torneden-Coffel Funeral Home, Pleasanton, KS)
Added by mlc on Feb 03, 2014 5:44 AM
|mlc||William O Spratt|
Added by mlc on Feb 03, 2014 5:38 AM
|Cameron Herrell||RE: Woodfin transfers|
You're right about much better documentation. When the Mormons did the documentation of Bates County Cemeteries for the book at the Butler Public Library, they missed some visible stones in some cemeteries; when they printed the book, they didn't proofread for spelling errors; and they didn't get all of the cemetery book listings. Oak Hill for example, has had many flat stones uncovered since then in different areas that they didn't know about. Last year, I updated the cemetery records for the City of Butler and took pictures of every visible stone in Oak Hill. All photos, where needed, were added to memorials al ready started in Oak Hill. Even then, I had to added 1500 plus memorials on Find A Grave for Oak Hill. I, also, listed some 1200 graves that have no stone at all (about 8% of the burials in Oak Hill. Since that time, the Butler Public Library genealogical department has decided for using Find A Grave for referring people to when doing genealogical research for Bates County. Family History Center was working on their own new website that is supposed to have all of the info of all 104 plus cemeteries in Bates County done & up to date, but it had been a slow process for them. I have donated all of my 18K plus pics I took last year around Bates County to them, but Family History Center is short of funds & volunteer help to get the project done. So, eventually, I think they will rely on Find A Grave since they know now that Ancestry.com has bought them out. There is a lday that has already documented and photo'd Scott Cemetery & has a book at the library & says she will keep that cemetery up to date. That's what is needed all around the county. Since 1980, the cemeteries that have more than doubled in size are Oak Hill, Crescent Hill, Green Lawn, & Hume.
I recently got Hume done. And Stacy Hutton has walked all of Crescent Hill to make an updated book for the Butler library.
Added by Cameron Herrell on Jan 13, 2014 5:53 PM
|Cameron Herrell||RE: Woodfin transfers|
You're very welcome! The reason I went over to photo them was to help out the library genealogical dept. & Family History Center. Would you like memorials also for Independence & Salem? Sorry to hear about your disability. Life is tough & none of us know how we are going to turn out.
Added by Cameron Herrell on Jan 13, 2014 4:27 PM
Saw your nice bio. Transferred 22 memorials in Woodfin to you since you live closer & want to fully do it. Thanks for your effort when you have the time.
Added by Cameron Herrell on Jan 11, 2014 8:21 AM
|The Proffitt's||RE: Israel Beshore|
I can certainly check out the local library. Our library here in Columbus has a pretty nice collection from the state including even some from Alabama. Just shoot me the names by private email and I will give a shot! I would love to have any and all memorials you have created for Isreals family. Thanks so very Much!! firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by The Proffitt's on Dec 11, 2013 11:04 AM
|Cameron Herrell||RE: Samanthia P. Cabness #45064185|
In answer to your question, "No, but I do live in the county."
Added by Cameron Herrell on Nov 28, 2013 7:43 AM
|Dee Billings-Gonzales||Ruth M Warren|
Hi Mary...it has been a while since I have talked with you. I just wanted to say thank you for Ruth's memorial. She is Orlando Manlove's daughter. The M on her headstone is for Manlove. Ruther Manlove Warren. It is really cool to finally be able to link everyone together. Are you doing the cemetery thing again? You had started a new job the last time that I talked with you & said you weren't doing much of it, as you had to go back to work.
Write me back & let me know how you are doing. God Bless!
Added by Dee Billings-Gonzales on Jul 12, 2012 3:01 PM
|Sue Peterson||RE: William Francis Kemper|
Added by Sue Peterson on Jul 03, 2012 4:27 PM
|Cindy (Walker) DeJarnette||Rhoda A Clinton|
Thank you for transferring Rhoda's memorial to me, I really appreciate it! It gave me a bit of additional information for her and her husband Bennett J Clinton. Thanks again! Cindy
Added by Cindy (Walker) DeJarnette on Jul 02, 2012 11:23 PM
|Michele Harris Adair||Transfer|
I read your Bio on this site and want to say I look forward seeing the results of your project. (transcription of Woodfin Cemetery in Walnut Township)I have been looking for the grave of my great grandfather for many years (have given up most hope of finding a marked grave) He lived in the Foster area until around 1899. He died in 1901.
Just wanted to say that volunteers like you are what makes genealogy so great!
Added by Michele Harris Adair on Jul 02, 2012 6:17 AM
|Michele Harris Adair||RE: Transfers|
No problem!! Thank you.
Added by Michele Harris Adair on Jul 02, 2012 6:11 AM
|Gina||RE: Corrections & Transfer Ramsey memorials|
Yes, thank you very much
Added by Gina on Jul 01, 2012 9:26 PM
I sent you information on Sallie Hermann on March 5th and it hasn't been added to her memorial as of May 6th. It must have gotten lost.
THIS IS A COPY OF A MESSAGE THAT YOU SENT TO THE FOLLOWING FIND A GRAVE CONTRIBUTOR:
Contributor name: Mary Bittle
Find A Grave contributor Leila has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Sally Hermann.
From Missouri Death Certificate.
Sallie Hermann born Oct. 2, 1882 Bates County, Missouri to Woodson Hoggard and Elizabeth Curry both born Kentucky. Sallie died 21 Feb. 1931 Walnut, Bates Co, MO. wife of Phillip Hermann
Thank You for adding this information
Added by Leila on May 06, 2012 10:51 PM
|Roy Fredrick||47257133 Anna Mae Adams Coureton|
You may transfer 47257133 Anna Mae Adams Coureton to Cousin Ellen if she wants to maintain her site since she is an Adams.
Added by Roy Fredrick on Mar 12, 2012 2:20 PM
|Ellen Veach||Coureton family|
Mary, don't worry about transferring the memorials to me as long as the information is correct.
Thanks for you trouble, Ellen
Added by Ellen Veach on Feb 28, 2012 5:59 PM
Would you be so kind as to add the parent links to Alma Lee Coureton (47257193)?
Fathers memorial is 76328550
Mothers memorial is 8217608
Added by BKB on Feb 28, 2012 9:33 AM
|Roy Fredrick||Herbert L Coureton|
Herbert L Coureton is buried in Woodfin Cemetary to the left after you first enter the gates but you do not show the large headstone on this site.
Added by Roy Fredrick on Feb 08, 2012 5:45 PM
|Roy Fredrick||Gladys Coureton Miles|
Gladys Coureton Miles 53601290 is the daughter of Coureton, Alma T 76328550 and sister of Alma Lee Coureton 47257193
Uncle Herbert Coureton is the son of Coureton, Alma T 76328550 and brother of
Alma Lee Coureton 47257193
could you please transfer Alma Lee Coureton 47257193 to me? thanks email@example.com
Added by Roy Fredrick on Feb 08, 2012 5:41 PM
|Hobo Jim Hinkle||Dudley HIX|
Hi Mary, Just wanted to let you know that I have added information to Find A Grave for our grandfather. God Bless, Hobo Jim
Added by Hobo Jim Hinkle on Jan 24, 2012 8:14 PM
|Ellen Veach||Alma Lee and Anna Mae Coureton|
Would you please transfer these two memorials to me. They are buried in Woodfin along with several other members of my family. Alma Lee #47257193 and Anna Mae #47257133. Thank you in advance.
Added by Ellen Veach on Jan 12, 2012 6:16 PM
|Konnie Gray||Fondren Canfield ... Continued|
Can you also transfer my Grandfather William Graham Canfield and my Mother Zelma Orane Canfield too? TY, Konnie Canfield Gray
Added by Konnie Gray on Nov 29, 2011 1:10 PM
|Konnie Gray||Canfield and Fondren|
Can you please transfer my Father John Milton Canfield SR, Sister Katherine Belle Canfield, and my Grandmother Mary Bell Fondren Canfield's memorials to me? ID #47361726 ... TY, Konnie Canfield Gray
Added by Konnie Gray on Nov 29, 2011 12:43 PM
|Janet||Carrie and Alma Coureton memorials|
Good morning. Will you, pretty please, add your photo of the entire headstone on memorial 8217608 to memorial 76328550, which I just created?
Bless you for your work on Woodfin Cemetery. That cemetery is in extremely sad shape. Dead wood is everywhere and more is going to come down and damage more headstones.
I live in Kansas City and am not familiar with Rich Hill area. Do you have any suggestions on how to get the cemetery better cared for or to get dead wood trimmed and removed?
(I tried to get the folks at the Development Center in Rich Hill to get the boys to the cemetery with rakes, etc. I suggested roasting hot dogs and marshmallows over bonfires of dead wood. They ignored everything I said.) Best wishes
Added by Janet on Sep 11, 2011 8:25 AM
|karen christy meeker||Memorial# 30641975|
Thank you for the 2 great pictures you posted on George Henry Pottorff Memorial. You are the best.
karen christy meeker
Added by karen christy meeker on Sep 07, 2011 6:58 PM