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Cathy Hart (#47471649)
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Susan Bice
RE: Bice/Tullis
Margaret Tullis Bice born June 27, 1919 in Alto, TX
died February 28, 2004 on Tomball, TX

Added by Susan Bice on Jul 15, 2014 3:27 PM

Susan Bice
Bice/Tullis
Margaret Snow Bice was my grandmother. I am interesting in tracing back to Singletary family & War between the States. Thank you

Added by Susan Bice on Jul 12, 2014 8:03 PM

Michauel Bryan
RE: Dansbee
Hi Cathy, it looks like Anonymous took a photo without opening the photo request. I appreicate Anonymous for taking the time to take photo and posting it. However the marker is not readable. Would appreicate it if a new photo was taken that would be more readable.

Mike

Added by Michauel Bryan on May 07, 2014 9:17 PM

P Barela
Teresa Gabaldon
Thank you for the DOB..I have added it. I see you added the picture..thank you for that too.

Added by P Barela on Feb 17, 2013 8:51 AM

Genealogy Corner
Newell Tullis
I pulled out the research report that I did on the Tullis family, a few years ago. It is 16 pages and I have it in a pdf file. I traced the family back to Scotland, to a man named Robert Tullis (born about 1680). He was the immigrant. I have a copy of the mark that he put on his livestock. I have a transcription of his son Moses' will, and his grandson Moses' will. He was Newell's father. Newell's son James married Mary Elizabeth Singletary, and I have two photographs of her--one when she was a young girl, and one when she was older. She got remarried after James died. I also have a photo of her and James' grave, and a copy of her obituary. And I have some copies from an old family bible, and the Family Tree. I can sell you the document ($25) and email it to you. Let me know if you are interested, and I'll send you my address. Please give me your direct email address--I don't want my address posted on this public forum. Thanks.

Added by Genealogy Corner on Jan 06, 2013 10:58 AM

Genealogy Corner
RE: Newell Tullis
I added him because I was doing research on the family.

Added by Genealogy Corner on Jan 05, 2013 12:15 PM

Deb
RE: Alto Cemetery
I am still posting names & pics for this cemetery. I took about 580 pics the last time there, which was about 2 weeks ago. I stayed for hours and overdid myself. Have been sick this past week. Am slowly but surely getting most pics done now. Still have about 80-100 to go. Of course I still have a few that are not deceased and cannot post theirs.

I did post a few Tullus/Tullos/Tullis that were not listed before. However I don't think I have anymore on my card, but you never know I might. There are still a few stones in a section that I don't think I got. I was too tired and just HAD to stop. Am planning on going back when I feel up to it. Perhaps I will find them then...although in many cases there are family members that "should" be alongside each other but I haven't located them. I believe many are unmarked.

The stones in this cemetery are in dire need of cleaning!! The cleaning that is needed is far beyond what I can do with just a spray bottle of water and a brush. The vast majority need heavy duty power washing to get the 1"+ thick crusty algae off them. Some are almost solid algae now. It is a pitiful site!!

Tell me which Tullos you are looking for so I'll know to watch for them.

Added by Deb on Oct 19, 2012 8:49 PM

LouJane Adams Wills
Tullis / Bice
Would like your permission to use the headstone photos on my family tree. I always give the photographer and findagrave credit. Thanks

Added by LouJane Adams Wills on Sep 24, 2012 11:51 AM

Jeanne-alogy
RE: Joseph Baldauf
Sorry, I don't really know. I was researching the German Smith and Schmitz families and added him after finding his death certificate.

Added by Jeanne-alogy on Sep 05, 2012 9:02 PM

Mike Cronk
RE: Martin Dutmers (1843-1915) - Mt. Calvary Cemetery
Thank you, Cathy, for your email. Coincidentally, I am in the process of moving, myself. Therefore, I can really relate.

Regards,

Mike Cronk

Added by Mike Cronk on Jan 21, 2012 9:21 PM

Mike Cronk
Martin Dutmers (1843-1915) - Mt. Calvary Cemetery
Hello Kathy,

I independently asked Angela Jando about the mix-up in the Martin Dutmers' gravestone photos. To make a long story short, I ended up fixing it for her.

Also, I'm the one that entered all the various Martin Dutmers on 'Find A Grave' and looked up their obituaries because I was on a "mission." My aunt, Anna (Vogt) Dutmers had married a Martin Dutmers and I was trying to figure out who was who with all the Martins.

Today I walked nearly all of Mt. Calvary Cemetery looking for various relatives. While there, I found your Martin and my Martin. I posted the photos just a little while ago. By the way, if you want to assume management of your Martin Dutmers and family, I would have no problem transferring them to your care. Just let me know.

Regards,

Mike Cronk

Added by Mike Cronk on Sep 10, 2011 7:05 PM

Angela Owens Jando
Martin Dutmers
Cathy, I hope you will laugh at this! I was going through all of my pictures from OTHER cemeteries and ran across the pic of Martin's grave in Mt. Calvary cemetery. I have noted that the stone was covered with a ton of red ants otherwise it would have been cleaned up! Anyway, I would suggest that you move the location to Mt. Calvary instead of St. Andrews!

Added by Angela Owens Jando on Jul 01, 2011 7:44 PM

Angela Owens Jando
Martin J. Dutmers
Cathy,

I claimed your request for the photograph of Martin Dutmers' gravestone at St. Andrews Cemetery in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

The cemetery does not have him on a lot card, which means that they do not know the location of his grave. In 1936 all of the stones were transcribed and he was on that list. I have transcribed all of the visible stones and he is NOT on my list. There are Dutmers on two different plots at the cemetery. Do you know his wife's name? Do you know of any siblings there? Unfortunately when the cemetery was transcribed in 1936 they did not note the locations and many of the stones have sunk into the ground. I am able and willing to go and probe and dig the stone up if you know a bit more.

Odd thing, when I look at his death certificate it states that the informant was "Mrs. Martin Dutmers" but she is not noted in the obituary! I looked at a death certificate for Robert, the son of Martin and Mattie. Is that his son?
Looking forward to hearing from you.

Angela
616-452-0444

Added by Angela Owens Jando on Jun 29, 2011 10:59 PM

TiogaRose (temp inactive)
RE: Philip Herndon
Cathy, in regards to your questions for Philip Herndon, memorial#14924211.

As far as I know there is no way of finding out who may be buried with him unless you happen to know someone who attended his burial. The main problem in this dilema is that close to 75% of the burials in this particular Section and Block of Elmwood Cemetery are those of infants and small children, many of who's families had no money to do a burial or family to help. Many did not speak English. Therefore the disposition of the remains were taken care of by Neosho County (and who probably didn't even have or keep record of many of the names). Chances are good that unless it was a multiple family death and burial, then the remains aren't even related to each other. If there is any marker at all on the grave, then more than likely someone at that time knew at least one of the names in that grave and decided to get a marker on it.

Philips marker is dated 1925, so there is the possibility that there is still someone around who knows of the burial.

Wish I could be of more help, but.....

Added by TiogaRose (temp inactive) on Jun 19, 2011 10:05 AM

Genealogy Corner
Newell Tullis
No, I am sorry but I know nothing about that cemetery. Sometimes the local library has information about who to contact, regarding the cemeteries in the area. Also, the local historical or genealogical society may have some information. You could try a Google search for these places to get a phone number or email address. Sorry that I cannot be of more help.

Added by Genealogy Corner on Mar 29, 2011 7:27 AM

 
 

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