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Jennifer (Bell) Cooper (#47401466)
 member for 3 years, 7 months, 5 days
Diane & John
RE: Transfer
Please do not use this Public Message board when requesting transfers or additions to memorials. Instead, use the "Edit" button at the top of the memorial page. That sends an email with the links & #'s necessary, all on that message page. Makes it much quicker from my end & I don't have to search & go back & forth looking for your membership #, which you didn't provide in your message.

When you use the "Edit" button for the Foley's, I will be glad to make the transfers.


Added by Diane & John on Sep 22, 2013 9:45 AM

Darlina Shaw
Who's your ancestor
that she has?
I don't recognize her as a
friend of mine.


Added by andieno on Mar 18, 2013 6:30 PM

RE: Rucker's
LOL Now I want to know who the GG Grandfather is. I'll try next week and get the Rucker info. Your welcome for the transfers, I really enjoy helping people. I also talk to the people whose makers I'm taking pictures of so they know there are still loved ones thinking of them. Even in California.

Added by G.H.47274 on Mar 13, 2013 7:27 PM

RE: Rucker's
I documented all Ruckers in Riverview. I do believe there are a few at Waskom. In the spring I will be refurbushing Pioneer with a group of people and documenting all headstones we find. There is a book at our library that has the full family tree of Nathan and Patsy Rucker. I can copy those and email them to you if you like. It's a little difficult to read though. It's only about 10 pages.
I'm more than happy to find more of them if you need me to.

Added by G.H.47274 on Mar 13, 2013 6:39 PM

Riverview- Jackson County
This cemetery has over 7500 people listed. I just noticed the other two.

Added by G.H.47274 on Mar 13, 2013 4:28 PM

James F. Rucker
I FOUND IT!!!!! You need to move him to the Riverview Cemetery. I already postd the pic. He is with Maurice F Rucker and Garfield.

Added by G.H.47274 on Mar 13, 2013 3:50 PM

RE: James F Rucker
I found his obituary and posted it. It says (and so does the funeral home records) that he is buried at Riverview. His Brother Nathan is in Sec. D and there are several unmarked areas beside Nathan and his wife. The Riverview book does not list James F. Rucker so I believe him to be unmarked.

Added by G.H.47274 on Mar 13, 2013 12:27 PM

RE: James F Rucker
I'm like the Yoda of finding people. So Find Him I Will. hahaha I'll do my best tomorrow.

Added by G.H.47274 on Mar 12, 2013 2:37 PM

RE: Ruckers
I transferred all Ruckers. I'll research James F Rucker and find his marker for you on Wednesday.

Added by G.H.47274 on Mar 11, 2013 7:50 PM

Would like me to transfer the Ruckers I added to you since they are all related?

Added by G.H.47274 on Mar 11, 2013 7:04 PM

Elliazabeth Rucker
She aged 3y 5m 26d. DOB would have been 9 Oct 1949.
Have a great day.

Added by G.H.47274 on Mar 11, 2013 5:51 AM

RE: Findagrave # 74399183
Give me a few days...I'll look through my files to see if I can find the obit. -- Allison

Added by Allison on Jan 07, 2013 11:24 AM

carol woods
RE: Rosa H Talbott #28768338
I started a Tutton/ Talbott tree on ancestry Harry Tutton son of Dr. Henry Tutton ( founder of Mercy Hospital in Benton Harbor) and Julia Talbot 1866 D/O Cornelius Talbot and Julia Kelliher 1830. but i never got much farther than that. you might have better luck if you remember that some of them droped the second t on the end of their name i am not sure why but some of the founders in this area changed the spelling of their names when they got to Mich. Keffier has like 3 different spellings and it makes them hard to connect.

Added by carol woods on Aug 02, 2012 3:58 AM

Anthony Whittley
RE: Herbert Joshua Bell

I've transferred Herbert & Maude to you, Herbert is your blood relation, so you should have the memorials.

Take care,


Added by Anthony Whittley on Aug 01, 2012 5:31 PM

carol woods
RE: Rosa H Talbott #28768338
yes you are more than welcome to have control of it . i likely listed it because i was doing the Tutton tree and his mother was a Talbott but they are not related to me. Also we inherited Harry Tuttons Library and a lithograph that was hung in the Talbott drug store behind the counter it was kind of famous in this area and is kind of odd in the fact it is of a farm house and in the bottom corner is a different farm house signed by a different artist. we can not find any info on this but it is mentioned in one of the Berrien county books. if i can help with more Talbott's let me know they were very well known in this area.

Added by carol woods on Aug 01, 2012 3:44 AM

Anthony Whittley
RE: Herbert Joshua Bell #15403031

They've been linked. Would you like to sponsor Herbert & Maude? I have them so that I could link them to their son Theodore (Ted) Bell and my aunt Carmela. If so, let me know.


Added by Anthony Whittley on Jul 31, 2012 7:42 PM

RE: William Howell Thomas
No problem. Enjoy!

Added by Allison on Jan 09, 2012 3:21 PM

Richard Parker
RE: Elizabeth Keller

Elizabeth Keller married John B. Rucker, May 11, 1843 Jackson County, Missouri.

She was only 18 when she married and appears to be John B. Rucker's first wife. My records shows she died in 1846. I can't remember where I got the death date from. Too many years has gone by for me to remember where this information came from. I was in Jackson County back in the late 1980's and may have gotten the death date from the cemetery books at the county library.

I just occured to be that there were several books printed on Jackson County that our main library have copies of and I do recalled that many cemetery records were published in these series of books. I could havew gotten her death date from one of these books.


Added by Richard Parker on Dec 15, 2011 8:37 AM

Claude D. Young
Ruddick family
Jennifer, How are you related to the Ruddick family, let me know.

Thank You

Added by Claude D. Young on Dec 06, 2011 10:25 PM


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