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Kim Mahone (#47407167)
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Gerry Jean
RE: Juanita and John Wilson
This Elizabeth is buried in section F.

Added by Gerry Jean on Feb 02, 2014 3:16 PM

Gerry Jean
RE: Juanita and John Wilson
You're quite welcome, Kim!!
The primary reason for submitting a request for each photo you wish taken of a deceased's grave is to avoid duplication of effort ... more than one individual taking the photo. Of course, only the person claiming the request should be taking the picture but some, probably with good intentions, traipse out to the cemetery with their camera. In the meantime, the request claimant does the same ....etc.
If you have access to a site such as ancestry.com you might find more info on the Elizabeth's background. BTW, the Elizabeth who died in 1905 is buried in section A, which is for indigent interments.

Added by Gerry Jean on Feb 02, 2014 12:52 PM

Grand View Volunteers
RE: Charles R. Wilson
There is nothing in the cemetery records to indicate a headstone was ever placed, tho' they aren't always noted on the Lot Sheets. Katsand is one of the volunteers who have been trained how to probe the area to look for buried markers (and properly clean them), so I'm sure she would have checked before taking the photo.

After the cemetery ownership issues are settled, if you're interested in having one placed, you would be able to do so. If Charles was a military vet, there might also be a way to get the marker from the V.A., tho' there would be a lot of paperwork and some setting fees involved.

Added by Grand View Volunteers on Jan 22, 2014 7:37 PM

Grand View Volunteers
RE: Charles R. Wilson
Here's a link to the d/c image at FamilySearch (you may need to cut and paste):

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-29358-4023-50?cc=2001287&wc=MMBK-76S:944116262

If that doesn't work, please send an email to our yahoo address and we can download and attach a copy to the reply.

Since this is your great-grandfather, would you like to have the page transferred to you so you can add bio details, links, etc? If not, that's OK too, we'll be glad to add whatever you'd like, just let us know.

Happy researching!

Added by Grand View Volunteers on Jan 20, 2014 8:30 AM

katsand
RE: Charles R Wilson
The manager of the memorial found it and posted the info. Click the edit button at the upper right side and send her a message, she will be happy to help you.

Added by katsand on Jan 19, 2014 7:08 AM

katsand
RE: Charles R. Wilson
The information about his occupation came from his death certificate.

Added by katsand on Jan 18, 2014 7:23 PM

Gerry Jean
RE: Gallick Family
Kim, you're quite welcome!! Yes, aren't those little mysteries/challenges fun!!

Added by Gerry Jean on Dec 13, 2013 3:01 PM

JUDY MCCALLISTER
RE: Wilsons
Kim,
I never did much research on William Wilson's family but on the 1900 census for Franklin County, Meramec Twnshp, he states his parents were from Ireland. I found a James Wilson born in Ireland on the 1880 Franklin census with wife Catherine and kids but she's from Ohio. Sorry, don't know if this helps

Added by JUDY MCCALLISTER on Sep 20, 2012 9:34 PM

RUBY RED*
Re: Virginia Scott
Hello
I took photos of all markers that were readable in that cemetery two years ago. Those unreadable markers are in worse shape now. In fact, it is hard to tell from the photos, but they are not cutting the grass in this cemetery and it is even harder to find the broken and unreadable stones now. I am sure there is no marker for her. K.L.W.

Added by RUBY RED* on Jul 30, 2012 6:22 PM

Fields
RE: Wergers in Clayton Center
Now that you mention the babies, that may be whats on the stone behind the family plot stone, it is hard to read. I'm not even close to the cemetary, you're better off doing another request.

Fields

Added by Fields on May 09, 2011 6:33 PM

Fields
RE: Wergers in Clayton Center
That's the family plot one. I think their original one is the large stone behind it. I'll try and get a cropped one of it as soon as I figure how to do it. You will have to do your own translating. You should be able to zoom in on it also.

Added by Fields on May 09, 2011 10:22 AM

 
 

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