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Phyllis Pesch (#47563780)
 member for 5 years, 11 days
William Hendy Northern
Apparently my duplicate was merged with the original memorial. I was given credit for the “bio” which consisted of five Census records and the marriage record for William and Anna.

I went ahead and sent an edit to link Wm & Anna to Wm Hendy Northern. On the 1910 Census, he IS listed as William H Northern.
Thanks for letting me know.

Added by SMG on Apr 24, 2016 5:06 PM

Lynch Bennett Stafford
I note you maintain the memorial for Lynch Stafford, buried in Keokuk National Cemetery. You can find more information on him at Find A Grave Memorial# 161198878.

Added by Jerry on Apr 17, 2016 1:28 PM

Bob L.
RE: Frank Hahold
Hey Phyllis again, glad to post the other Hahold pics. I always take the photo's of all that are in a plot that has a request for someone in it. sometimes people are very surprised to see who else is there. Bob L.

Added by Bob L. on Jun 11, 2015 5:58 PM

Bob L.
RE: Frank Hahold
Hey Phyllis, I added a pic for Micheal and Delores also. Take care, Bob.

Added by Bob L. on Jun 07, 2015 7:48 AM

Silver Spark
Mark Yanits
Your photo shows as a tombstone.

Added by Silver Spark on May 03, 2015 6:50 AM

Irville Decker/Elizabeth Posey
Hello there, I'm not sure if you have the answers I seek or not, but worth a try. You have listed my Uncle Irville Decker as being married to Elizabeth Posey, which may, or may not be correct. Where did you come across this information as everything I have on my research has Irville married to his wife Margurite Day Decker, at least through 1945 when they are listed together in the 1940 census and the 1945 directory. If you are related, or can tell me how you came upon your information, I would be most grateful.

Added by Patti on Mar 18, 2015 5:24 PM

Pam Hensley
RE: JM Kilpatrick
Thank you so much! This will give me plenty to do the next few days, as weather confines me to the house. You know how exciting it is to finally get past that brick wall after so long!

Added by Pam Hensley on Feb 24, 2015 5:37 AM

Pam Hensley
RE: JM Kilpatrick
Yes #71569745 - John Milton Kilpatrick. Do you know if Bob Carpenter has the descendant list posted anywhere online? Louisiana relatives have been trying to figure this out for decades! These are parent names that no one I know has ever come up with. John and Emily Kilpatrick had a granddaughter named Loda who wrote a history on them and in it she says John's parents were Tom and Martha Kilpatrick - that threw everyone off for years - I think most of us concluded that her info couldn't possible be true after years of research. There's also the story of the 7 brothers from Ireland. If you look on Ancestry, you'll see how many different names people have come up with for John Milton's parents. This is very exciting, you may have solved a big mystery for all of us that hit that brick wall! Any more info you may have on this would be greatly appreciated!

Added by Pam Hensley on Feb 23, 2015 10:36 AM

Pam Hensley
JM Kilpatrick
Hi! I recently noticed that info had been added to John Milton Kilpatrick's memorial- listing his parents. This has been a source of debate, especially among the Louisiana Kilpatricks, for decades. I would appreciate knowing your sources on his parents, as it would finally get me past a big brick wall. Thanks, Pam Kilpatrick Hensley

Added by Pam Hensley on Feb 19, 2015 6:14 AM

Clyde George Kilpatrick
Born to Samuel White Kilpatrick and Mary Forrest Dorsey. George, to avoid the draft, moved to Louisville, Kentucky. He was discovered by an oil/gas lease researcher. He had a wife/ companion, Mattie Alice.
George died 4 July 1970 in Louisville:

14 Jul
Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, United States of America
As stated on Death Cert. He visited his family in Fort Worth.

There is a headstone for him along side of his sisters but, there is no body beneath the headstone.

He married:Add Media
Marriage to Mattie Alice Morris
Age: 30
Kentucky, USA
see 1930 census

Added by Anonymous on Dec 27, 2014 3:23 PM

G. Abbott
RE: Eva Lawhon Carter better?
I will delete mine, and you can replace it with yours. :)


Added by G. Abbott on Nov 08, 2014 6:06 AM

G. Abbott
Eva photos
You are very welcome.
I just e-mailed them to you.


Added by G. Abbott on Nov 02, 2014 5:30 AM

G. Abbott
Eva Lawhon Carter better?
I did a retouch for you....not my best work, since the photo was under 1" at about 300 dpi...prettier retouches are easier at higher res: 600 for something that small, but at least you can see her now? :)

I will stick her in there, and you can keep or toss...


Added by G. Abbott on Nov 01, 2014 3:48 PM

memento mori
Joseph and Mary Liles
Thanks for straightening me out on their relationship. I've fixed the memorial to indicate she's his wife and not his mother. :)

Added by memento mori on Sep 09, 2014 9:18 PM

Delila Duffy
Donald Thole Memorial
I am sorry to have to report that I know nothing about the Thole family. My hobby is only to transcribe & photograph cemetery's. I often make a habit of also reporting on memorials what I physically see at cemetery's such as the possible family group which you have come upon.
Sorry that I can not be of more help.

Added by Delila Duffy on Aug 27, 2014 4:26 AM

Based on the records from Lee's Summit Historical graveyard the woman you have linked as Paul Lynden Wood's wife is not the right one. He is buried next to Mary C. Wood and they both have ownership of the two plots located at 5-38-7-1, and 5-38-7-2 where they are buried. Her link is Paul Lynden Wood also owns the plot 5-42-9-6 also on Randy B. Woods page it notes a Mary C. as his mother. I made edits to the page but just thought it would be right to share the info with ya :)

Added by awmanthisgirl on Jul 28, 2014 10:51 PM

Edith Nugent
I did not see her gravesite near his. If she is buried ther please get the Sec, lot and space and I can make another trip there. Many of my relations are laid to rest there so I am getting to know that cemetery very well.

Added by Jeannieology on Jul 19, 2014 12:42 PM

JD Day
RE: Michael Rowden
Well, I thought is was Michael Randolph Rowden my self. Actually, I think I saw it in the Lebanon paper or somewhere else.
Thanks for getting back to me.

Added by JD Day on Jun 14, 2014 10:15 AM

JD Day
RE: Michael Rowden
Paul Everett got back to me and says Michael
was his stepson.

Added by JD Day on May 17, 2014 9:56 AM

JD Day
RE: Michael Rowden
thanks for getting back to me. I had his name Michael Randolph Rowden but Paul Everett sent a SAC saying his middle name was Rudolph and since I wasn't sure about it, I accepted the change.I can always correct the name. Do you have any kind of proof of his middle name? I'd would like to add it to his bio. I've sent a message to Paul asking for proof of name Rudolph and waiting for his reply.

Added by JD Day on May 15, 2014 2:00 PM

RE: Mary Falk
This is the Mary Falk for which you requested a photo and I fulfilled it. If you click on the photo, it shows up with a caption and I wrote:

I found no headstone for Mary Falk. At the foot of the large family Falk headstone is a marker saying "Donald Falk son and father". The markers closer to the camera say "Mother Minnie Falk" and "Father Frank Falk." The ground is rather flat and doesn't appear to have had a 2012 grave. I walked the entire small cemetery without finding any other possibility.

Added by LADONNA SANDERS on May 15, 2014 6:47 AM

Bronx Aquarian
RE: Oscar Scherer
Glad to help out. I loved the stain glass; a small picture doesn't do it justice.

Added by Bronx Aquarian on May 15, 2014 6:34 AM

JD Day
Michael Rowden
Is Michael's middle name Randolph or Rudolph? I found Randolph in obit but another contributor says Rudolph. Please let me know,

Added by JD Day on Apr 14, 2014 12:29 PM

RE: Mary Falk
It's entirely possible that she is buried there without a marker.
In my walks through cemeteries here, I notice that many of the more recent graves seem to flatten out quickly and even are lower than ground around them. I don't know if that is due to the people who fill in graves (not putting enough dirt back in) or if it's a condition of sandy soil.
I can take another walk around and eyeball it more closely.

Added by LADONNA SANDERS on Mar 22, 2014 8:17 AM

Find A Grave Memorial# 68594132
Please when You add photos of people do not add them as grave photos , but choose the option of people before adding photo , not only does this add a icon telling searchers there are photos of the person but it assures that photo stays on top and grave photos stay below . Thanks

Added by JARROTT P. COX on Feb 07, 2014 9:53 AM


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