|Marcie Cuevas Turnbough||William Sergent Turnbough|
Would you mind linking William to his parents please? There are:
George Turnbough - #60239807
Neoma Wisdom Turnbough - #60239873
Thank you so much. William died in 1879. I made a note in the edit section. The headstone is very weathered and difficult to read.
Added by Marcie Cuevas Turnbough on Aug 30, 2014 6:06 PM
|SteveZ||RE: Charles Creuzbaur Stone|
Ha ha. OK. It crossed my mind that it might not be flour.
Added by SteveZ on Jun 05, 2013 6:48 PM
|Cris Coleman||RE: Eli & Nancy Basham - Waters Cemetery|
I don't know if you noticed my comments, but the man who led me to the way out-of-the-way cemetery told me that there used to be a person who maintained the cemetery, but he had died. The person who bought the land had come in there with chainsaw or something and tried clearing away everything but eventually gave up. He didn't know who owns the land now. But I was fortunate that the headstone was the first one just inside the opening, for I would have hated to go traipsing through all those stickery brambles that are everywhere.
Added by Cris Coleman on May 12, 2013 10:09 PM
|ResearchRansom||RE: Guy Moad Photos|
Oh wonderful, thank you once again - I'm related, and although rather distantly (2nd/3rd cousins), I'm thrilled with each "tangible" tree leaf :) Jacquelyn
Added by ResearchRansom on May 04, 2013 2:36 PM
|ResearchRansom||Guy Moad Photos|
THANK YOU!!! Thank you for taking the time to track down the memorial, take and post the photographs to this memorial! Jacquelyn
Added by ResearchRansom on Apr 29, 2013 5:19 PM
|SteveZ||RE: Heinrich Koenig marker photo|
I just added a photo of the Old STJ Cemetery and I submitted GPS coordinates of it so the administrators of the site can add a map to the page. That should help people from confusing one cemetery with the other. I was going to photograph all the markers but most of them are just white crosses without names. I believe all the markers with names have been photographed. Until yesterday, I hadn't been there since I was in school either.
Added by SteveZ on Mar 10, 2013 11:30 AM
|SteveZ||Heinrich Koenig marker photo|
He's been moved.
Added by SteveZ on Mar 05, 2013 8:42 PM
|SteveZ||Heinrich Koenig marker photo|
You added a marker photo for this person but the memorial is set up in the Old St. James Cemetery, which is the wrong one. That's the small one in the woods next to the elementary school. He's buried in the St. James Cemetery a.k.a. Masonic. His grave is at the north end of row 9, close to the backyard of the house that's just across the fence. I notified the contributor but they haven't responded yet.
Added by SteveZ on Mar 04, 2013 7:39 AM
|SteveZ||RE: Donald Dvorak|
It's gone. Thank you. Have a nice Christmas!
Added by SteveZ on Dec 24, 2012 9:37 AM
Did you get the notice I sent several weeks ago about the duplicate memorial you made for Donald Dvorak in the Immaculate Conception Catholic Cemetery? Your memorial is the more recent one so it's the one that needs to be deleted. I have photographed this entire cemetery and made sure all the burials have been entered here at the website, and now I'm trying to fix the errors and duplicates.
Added by SteveZ on Dec 24, 2012 8:20 AM
|Beverly Bond||Clover Jones Connection|
Hello again Mary Lee...my Grandfather Jones' mother, Rebecca Ann Desbrow, had a sister, Mahala Desbrow, that was married to an Isaac Newton Clover...he was born about 1837 in Illinois. She was born about 1850 in Monroe Co., Illinois... I don't have his parents yet.
if you would like, you can write to me at email@example.com ...
sorry I have no pics of me from back when I was in St James...I was only about 21 or so and I had my 2 boys by then...
have a great day
Added by Beverly Bond on Jul 30, 2012 5:55 PM
|Beverly Bond||My Mother Was A Friend|
Hello Mary Lee...first let me explain that my Mom, Sarah I Southard (Sadie), whom you haven't seen in many, many years is deceased...her memorial here on Find A Grave is
#5619049. I found your Dad's obit on a website while I was researching OTHER Clovers, which I have only recently found out is related on my Grandfather Jone's side of the family. I have often wondered what had become of Eleanor...I worked with her so long ago in St James at a jacket factory...not even sure if you were born yet!! I don't recall ever meeting your Dad...
My Mom moved away from St James about 9 months before she passed and lived near me in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.
I send my regards to your Mom. Doubt if she remembers me...but I remember her!!
Beverly (used to be Langford back then) Bond
Added by Beverly Bond on Jul 26, 2012 6:41 PM
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||RE: Pfc Johnny M. Trolinger|
Thank you think that the picture on the site will do
Added by Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Ho... on Jul 19, 2012 2:42 AM
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||Pfc Johnny M. Trolinger|
Pfc Johnny M. Trolinger was a soldier in Company C 179th Infantry Regiment 45th Infantry Division
He landed in the early morning of 10 July 1943 on the beaches near Scoglitti in Sicily during the so-called operation Husky. He was killed on 15 July 1943. He was first buried in the small 179th Infantry Regimental cemetery # 3 on 16 July 1943. His remains were exhumed and reburied in the temporary American Cemetery GELA in grave D-46-545, date of burial was 6 August 1943.
After the war his remains were repariated and buried in a cemetery in the States.
I am writing a book about the GELA cemetery and would like to use the picture you took of his grave. Can I have your permission to use it, of course yuu will be credited and informed when the book is finished (next year).
If you are related and may have his picture, hope you can share
Added by Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Ho... on Jul 18, 2012 12:40 PM
|Rita & Lee Gordon||Cpt Carl Walter Gordon|
Thanks for the photo
Added by Rita & Lee Gordon on Jun 05, 2012 9:50 AM
|Kelly Keefe||In case you hadn't heard|
Riverview Cemetery in Jefferson City is hosting history tours tomorrow from 10AM-2PM in observance of Memorial Day. Historian Mark Schreiber will be leading the tour.
Mark Schreiber was our tour guide on the Find A Grave Gathering we held two summers ago. He's a great guide.
Added by Kelly Keefe on May 25, 2012 4:07 PM
|Kelly Keefe||RE: David Sylvester Brundage|
The Secretary of States office has the MSP records on microfilm, but nothing on-line. Given the date of death listed by the requester, the records would be at the SOS and not Corrections. But the records may not contain information on the disposition of the body.
Added by Kelly Keefe on May 07, 2012 6:21 AM
|Linda Davis||RE: Rufus Churchill Clover|
That will be fine with me. Glad I could help.
Added by Linda Davis on May 06, 2012 8:58 PM
|Kelly Keefe||David Sylvester Brundage|
I got an email from the requester. Think this is really a case of wishful thinking. Brundage died, according to what he emailed me, in MSP. They would have given him a paupers grave in Old City or Woodland. He's also not listed in the 1976 transcript of those cemeteries. Requester insists he's at JC National though, but he'd have been listed if he actually was. And even if he was buried there, if he's not listed there wouldn't be a stone to photograph.
Added by Kelly Keefe on May 06, 2012 2:23 PM
|Kelly Keefe||Claimed photo request for David Sylvester Brundage|
I was there yesterday. He's not listed in the cemetery book at the main gate.
Added by Kelly Keefe on May 06, 2012 6:35 AM
Thank you so much for the photo of Mary Hughes. It is very much appreciated!
Added by Katie on Apr 10, 2012 5:27 AM
|Treva Poe||Owen Adams @ Saint James|
Thank you for the very nice photo for this veteran. Your contribution through photos will be greatly appreciated. Good work!
Added by Treva Poe on Apr 09, 2012 10:12 PM
Your photo is appreciated very much!!!!
Added by mike smyth on Feb 22, 2012 5:13 AM
|Lisa Kay Afonso||August|
Thank you so much for taking that photo. I had no idea on the date of death and that helps me alot in my ancestry research.
Added by Lisa Kay Afonso on Dec 12, 2011 11:36 PM
|Sandra Wamsley||Burton Loomis|
Hi Mary, and thanks many times over for the information on my g-gran's cousin! Didn't know him as Henry at all - he was always called Burt, but if dates match, think I had a d.c. for him as well so am sure it's right. And his wife was Clara Wasserzicher so that matches too. He seems to have been a particular favorite of my g-grandmother's: gave an album for tintypes and his is the first one! Might have to put it on his site. Was there no stone for Clara either? I would love to have any of the information you obtained from the cemetery about Burt and Clara, especially the note from Alberta. We aren't usually that lucky! Thanks again, Sandra in CO firstname.lastname@example.org for scanning.....
Added by Sandra Wamsley on Nov 16, 2011 4:47 PM