|Patt Ricketts||RE: Carneiro Cemetery|
Thanks so much!! I really appreciate it!
Added by Patt Ricketts on Nov 13, 2012 10:54 AM
|Beverley Groen Johns||RE: Dora Alice Swope|
Yes I noticed. Are they the same Dora Swope? I am confused. Thanks for your time. Bev
Added by Beverley Groen Johns on Nov 13, 2012 10:49 AM
|Beverley Groen Johns||Dora Alice Swope|
I am confused. Please review 22354498 and 88949591. They are both Dora Alice Swope married to a George Greer. On George has initials of Barry D and the other W. Is it a duplicate? Thanks you for volunteering for Find a Grave.
Bev Groen Johns
Added by Beverley Groen Johns on Sep 23, 2012 3:00 PM
|Laura||Two Peninsula Cemeteries in Cooper Co.|
Can you tell me if the Peninsula Cemetery near Blackwater is the Peninsula Church Cemetery?
Several of my Bridgewater relatives are supposed to be buried there, but there is another Peninsula Cemetery near Lamine.
Any help you can give me will be greatly appreciated.
Added by Laura on Aug 06, 2011 5:08 PM
|Patt Ricketts||Carneiro Cemetery|
I would appreciate permission to use the Sheridan photos you have posted at Carneiro cmetery. This is for my personal use and I would give you and Find-a-Grave credit.
Redondo Beach, CA
Added by Patt Ricketts on Apr 20, 2011 11:05 PM
|A. J. Heck||RE: Emma Broyles|
Daryl, Thank you. I didn't realize who I was sending to. Thanks for replying. Happy holidays.
Added by A. J. Heck on Nov 29, 2010 10:48 AM
|Betty||Jackie G "Jack" Kleiner|
Thank you so much for the beautiful photo of headstone. Appreciate all you contribute to Find A Grave.
Added by Betty on Sep 16, 2010 7:48 AM
|Gordon Pasley||Pasley-Bradley-Greer Hopewell Cemetery|
Need to know more about the Pasley--Bradley--Greer connections among those buried in Hopewell Cemetery, Pettis County, Missouri. Know that Lucy Ann (Bradley) Greer #53816450 born in Callaway County, Missouri, was a daughter of William and Bettie (Pasley) Bradley,who moved to Pettis County after being part of a big Pasley migration from Franklin County Virginia to Callaway County, Missouri.[3 of Bettie's brothers stayed in Callaway County] Know Lucy Ann (Bradley)Greer married Josiah Greer and they had Nannie Bell (Greer) Greer #53816549 before Lucy Ann died. Know that Nannie Bell (Greer) Greer married a James Henry Greer.
Jesse Robert Bradley -- one of Lucy Ann's brothers -- married Elizabeth Byer (Greer) Bradley. What was the connection of these Greers?
Who was Lucy Clay (Pasley) Greer #53816502 -- I've run into an occasional hint that -- in addition to Samuel Pasley, Daniel Pasley, John T.Pasley, and Bettie (Pasley) Bradley -- the offspring of Robert Pasley, Jr. and Fannie (Dillon) Pasley -- also included a daughter named Lucy Clay Pasley. Is that who #53816502 is? Who was her husband? When and how come did they wind up in Pettis County?
---Thank you! Gordon Pasley -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Gordon Pasley on Sep 14, 2010 2:01 PM
|Melissa & Quentin Stuchlik||RE: Luton Family in Clear Creek Cemetery|
Thank you. I wonder if the male would be Henry Luton, Nov 7, 1829-Aug 29, 1904. He is the father of Chester and William and husband to Sarah. However, my info also has 1 other son, Delbert buried in the same cemetery. Delbert was only 13 months old when he died, 12/8/1861-1/27/1882. When you witch, do you distinguish between child and adult form? I find that fascinating and have read about it but don't know anyone around here who does it. Thanks for the info. I pulled out my old papers to put more on the computer and found copies of letters from Harriet Jane to her mom Sarah and that got me back looking for them.
Added by Melissa & Quentin Stuchli... on Jul 16, 2010 6:44 AM
I am guessing you live in Kansas because I saw the name Riley on your profile--when we were back there we had to get a sticker on our new car to get onto the base(husband is retired military)--also read that you have some interesting interests--don't think anyone around here does any witching or wicca-at least I don't know about any. Also read that you like haunted houses--we stayed for 5 days in the mansion in Leesburg,Va that my gg grandfather died in---he decided not to make an apperance that Sunday even tho we timed our visit to exactly the 147th day of his death--& they said he always comes on Sunday--anyway check out my Erasmus R. Burt(E.R.)here on Find A Grave or google him. We were able to go there because I wrote to Missi that worked with VSRA as a paranormal researcher & had written a book about the town and the ghost tours--she is on my facebook page as well as the video I took of the tour of Glenfiddich house. Google Diary of Virginia Miller & she tells the story of his death--have a good day--T
Added by Trisha on Jul 15, 2010 6:57 PM
You will find this is a great and friendly site-everyone I have had contact with are happy when we find our family & ask for a transfer--their name still stays on as creator,but all editing goes to new maintainer--I take pictures everytime we go on vacation just hoping someone will find a family or friend--T
Added by Trisha on Jul 15, 2010 4:01 PM
I also transferred Adoline --she must be a relative---Happy Graving!!
Added by Trisha on Jul 15, 2010 12:06 AM
Hi-I would be happy to turn these sites over to you if you wish--I am always happy when someone finds their relative---T
Added by Trisha on Jul 14, 2010 11:38 PM
|j miller; AKA-: thestonehunter||Thnak you|
Thank you for the photo. This is great.
Joe in IDaho
Added by j miller; AKA-: thestoneh... on Jul 03, 2010 3:45 PM
|j miller; AKA-: thestonehunter||RE: Fritz photos|
Thank you for doing this and here is one more, there maybe more later.
J. Eddie Fritz
Birth: Jun. 7, 1889
Death: Aug. 11, 1891
Joe in ID
Added by j miller; AKA-: thestoneh... on Jul 02, 2010 9:35 PM
|j miller; AKA-: thestonehunter||Fritz photos|
Thanks for taking the Fritz photos. They are better than the blavk and white ones I have.
Joe in Id
Added by j miller; AKA-: thestoneh... on Jul 01, 2010 4:25 PM
|Richard Young||RE: Greer family|
I'm family, all right, but it's quite a distant connection. Probably about as close as George Bush and John Gore are to one another. LOL. Although, come to think of it, I did find a connection to Bush through his wife Laura. :)
I'll email my number to you. You're welcome to try to reach me but I admit to frequently being out of the house in order to babysit one of my grandkids. We have 15 and it seems that not a day goes by but that one or another of our kids has some situation occurring which requires an emergency sitter. :)
Added by Richard Young on Jun 18, 2010 5:49 PM
You are so welcome. I'm just tickled to know you have info to add to make their memories even more real. Thanks and hugs to you, Coleah
Added by Coleah on Jun 17, 2010 2:58 PM
I only found 2 Sheridan's in Union Cemetery.
James Died oct 14, 1886 aged 73 years
and Beside his stone,
Abigal Wife of Jas Sheridan
Died Mar 30, 1876 aged 55 years
Memorial # 33348263
according to this web site there are others I did not find:
Added by Bob Gartz on Jun 17, 2010 10:16 AM
Hi! I've transferred management of all the memorials I had entered into Mount Herman. I did not find any that I'd entered in Hopewell.
I'm not related to any of the Missouri memorials I entered and am very happy to transfer.
Enjoy your day!
Added by Coleah on Jun 13, 2010 7:57 AM