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Chad Eugene Schneider (#47480845)
 member for 5 years, 9 months, 19 days
Nancy Kay Crook Stewart
Hey Chad,

I just came across the marker for Betty Lee, and noticed you have the name JOSEPHINE listed with birth/death dates. Where did the Josephine come from? I've never seen this name before and was just wondering. Thought I would contact you first to see where you found it before I contact Teddie Jo about the Josephine name.
As you know, Betty Lee was wife of Uncle Chris Cotten and mother to Gwendolyn & Joyce. After Chris & Betty Lee divorced he married Dorothy and they had Coral June.

Just trying to keep with any documentation to keep files up-to-date.

Hope all is well with you. Fine here in Texas.

Nancy Kay

Added by Nancy Kay Crook Stewart on Mar 22, 2016 2:38 PM

Sue Broumley
RE: Melbourne Cemetery
Hi Chad,

ARe you still in Washington???

Added by Sue Broumley on Feb 03, 2016 9:37 PM

Sue Broumley
Melbourne Cemetery
Hi Chad, I just read your bio on Reuben Redmond who is now buried in the Melbourne Cemetery. I had heard about this cemetery about ten years ago and had tried and tried to find it. Finally, just recently had come in contact with a local who took a friend of mine right to it just on 01-31-2016. WOW! He took photos for me and is going to take me up there in a couple of weeks. I hope to get a volunteer organization to tackle cutting the brush and reclaiming the cemetery; it has graves for some early pioneer settlers to this area. Great job you did on his page! Are you connected to Mr. Redmond? There are a couple other Redmonds there, I will be posting headstone photos as time permits.
~ Sue

Added by Sue Broumley on Feb 02, 2016 10:34 PM

Lee Anne
RE: Meslers
I welcome all contact with family members, thanks

Added by Lee Anne on Oct 31, 2015 4:05 PM

Harry G Wirth
No, I'm not related, so would be glad to transfer him to you if you are.

Added by RobMinteer57 on Oct 28, 2015 6:49 AM

Cindy Chitty Badon
RE: White cemetery

check this out, maybe a lead.

Added by Cindy Chitty Badon on Sep 23, 2015 8:24 PM

Cindy Chitty Badon
RE: White cemetery
I personally do not know. I filled a photo request, that's why I went there.

Francis Brian is oldest headstone with 1823 date.
Lydia Morgan White is next with 1834 date.
So may be Brian or White as land owner. I would think it was named for whoever donated land, but that doesn't always hold true. Genweb may have land records. Also you can look for land grants or patents. Checking census records may be of help. Sometimes it will list if a person is a land owner or tenant. Court house would have land records also some libraries have genealogy records. There were 12 unmarked graves at the other White cemetery farther down the road on the left.

Good luck and happy hunting!

Added by Cindy Chitty Badon on Sep 23, 2015 5:27 PM

Anton Sauer
I sent you a message about this memorial but on checking further, there may be two men of the same name, about the same age, who both came from Germany and died in the same month. I will let you know if I find more.

Added by McComberdescendant on Aug 31, 2015 11:00 AM

Wendy Rich
RE: Nerenbaum's in Greenwood Cemetery
I'm afraid not. I just visit Greenwood Cemetery a lot in the fall and winter. Is there something I can help you with?

Added by Wendy Rich on Aug 25, 2015 6:18 PM

T Linn
RE: Charles Steen, Sr.
Yes, Daisy Lillie Steen married Marshall M. Morgan (1889-1984). They married on March 8, 1915 in Louisiana. They had four children that I know of: Marshal, Jr., Bernard, Elizabeth and Evelyn.

On the 1920 census they were living in Pascagoula, Jackson, Mississippi; 1930 census living in Houston, Harris, Texas (quite a few of the Steen's went there), but by 1935 they were back in Louisiana living in Vermilion Parish where they also appeared on the 1940 census.

I have a comment on my family tree about Daisy and Marshall that they must have divorced sometime after the 1940 census but before 1950:

"Marshall and Daisy must have divorced as it appears that he remarried sometime after the 1940 census was taken but before a nephew by his 2nd marriage was born in 1950 (see comments)*"

*Someone left this comment on my tree about Marshall, Sr.

"Marshall M. Morgan's 2nd Wife Evelyn: Marshall "Mac" Morgan was married to my mother's sister Evelyn Nelson. "Nelson" was her maiden name. Evelyn was the daughter of Sandy Alexander Nelson and Mary Findlay from Alabama. Evelyn was married once before she married Mac. I think her first husband was named George but I can't remember his last name. Her first husband died before she married Mac Morgan. I don't know the date that Evelyn married Mac, but I know it was before I was born in 1950. I have very fond childhood memories of Mac Morgan. He was my favorite uncle even though he was not my blood uncle. He was a wonderful person!"

Marshall's parents were John Y. Morgan and Marguerite (maiden name unknown).

Marshall born Jan 1, 1889 in Scranton, Jackson Co., Mississippi and died Jan 1, 1984 in Pascagoula, Jackson Co., Mississippi.

Daisy Steen was my 2nd cousin, 3x removed so we didn't go much further on research for Marshall.

Hope this helps.


Added by T Linn on May 31, 2015 3:00 PM

RE: Johnson, John OTC - your claim
Sent you and email...

Added by klassikat on May 31, 2015 1:59 PM

RE: Johnson, John OTC - your claim
:). He probably doesn't have one anyway since the project is pretty much done at the cemetery.

Added by klassikat on May 31, 2015 9:31 AM

Johnson, John OTC - your claim
Hi there...did you get an actual grave number for him? That's a hill area but if he is low on the hill, I might try to get the photo the next time I go. Sorry your claim expired. :(

Hope all is well !!!!!

Added by klassikat on May 28, 2015 3:48 PM

You just couldn't stand it anymore eh? ROFL!!!!

Added by klassikat on May 10, 2015 10:46 PM

RE: Hiya
So GOOD to hear from you. I'll write this evening.

Added by Alice on May 06, 2015 10:33 AM

RE: Hey
Hey. Nice to hear from you. You sound busy.
I've gotten a little graveing in, but now I'm swamped had to build 16 feet of drawer and shelf units for the garage, now starting a remodel of the front half of the motorbike. We looked at buying a new one but in the end just didn't want to spend that kind of money so figured I would change it to suit us better. Other than that I have been getting the garden ready and expanded. Always busy. LOL. We are planning to get out of town for the golf tournament. Try to avoid all that craziness. I see that all the cemeteries have a lot of requests now days. There have been a couple of new people out there, but they don't seem to be making a dent yet.

Keep in touch


Added by JD on May 05, 2015 8:22 PM

RE: Hi
Hi - I figured you were busy! As for me, I'm just plodding along, doing great for 75 years old. I'm still working on my Adlers - Valentin Adler family of Weatherford, Oklahoma - and with the help of a lovely lady named Anna Hayes, she's transferred her Adler memorials Adlers to me. It has actually been exciting! Valentin Adler is a first cousin born way back in 1830 in Kolb, Russia. Glad to hear from you, and you sound happy - that's good!...Judi

Added by Yeschke on May 05, 2015 8:52 AM

RE: Hello

Added by klassikat on May 04, 2015 10:28 PM

RE: Hello
Hey Hey, Good to hear from you and that are happy, busy and having loads of fun with family and friends. THAT comes FIRST. I've been going to email you and ask how you were doing so you beat me to the usual..hehehe.

Doing good. Plugging away at claiming but don't want to overwhelm Chris or Linda. So ask for a couple at a time.

I'm sure the boys have grown. Will look for photos when you have a chance.

Have some news so I will email it.

Later too!!!

Added by klassikat on May 04, 2015 10:05 PM

RE: Izett's
You are very welcome. There are more Izetts here. I will try to get the rest of them up this evening. There is also an Izett St over on the East side of town.

If you want an idea of where they are in relation to one another go to:

This gives you all of the plot information for each person. If you click on one of the Map links it will go to the section map (most of them are in section 6) click on the 6 and it will take you to the block map. On the left menu you can click the appropriate block number. That will bring you to a map that has all the lots marked off. I have been writing the names in the lots so when I go to find someone I photograph the whole block. This is much easier than trying to find only one.

Added by ywembark2015 on Mar 05, 2015 8:37 AM

IAWA Images
Donald Kuwitsky
You are welome for the photo...

Added by IAWA Images on Mar 04, 2015 3:57 PM

Roland R. Wilkinson
RE: Snover

Thank you I appreciate that very much.


Added by Roland R. Wilkinson on Jan 28, 2015 1:49 PM

Roland R. Wilkinson
You accidentally duplicated memorial 99452541. Their's was put there first, so the Find A Grave rules say that you must remove yours.


Roland R. Wilkinson

Added by Roland R. Wilkinson on Jan 25, 2015 9:22 PM

Nancy Kay Crook Stewart
RE: Your Aunt Dot
My Mother was also the last of her line at 100y,
5m, 4d old. It is sad to see this wonderful generation disappearing. One of mother's classmates is still living at 103 and I talked with him the other day. Must be good dirt around Van Alstyne.

Added by Nancy Kay Crook Stewart on Jan 03, 2015 6:42 AM

Nancy Kay Crook Stewart
RE: Your Aunt Dot
No I had not heard that she passed away. My sympathy to you and your family. Nancy Kay

Added by Nancy Kay Crook Stewart on Jan 02, 2015 7:19 PM


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