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Jim Clark (#47584527)
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Terri England
Wilbur Ray Wagenblast
Thank you so much for the picture..

Added by Terri England on Nov 09, 2013 6:51 PM

Rosalie
McAninch
Thanks so much for the transfer! Much appreciated!

Added by Rosalie on Sep 07, 2013 11:33 AM

The Locator
West Union Cemetery
Thank you for taking the time to photo the head stones of Samuel and Augusta Martin. A job well done and keep up the good work...............

Added by The Locator on Aug 13, 2013 3:41 PM

J. Reese
RE: Staley Obituary
Thank you for the photo!

Added by J. Reese on Jan 24, 2013 6:10 PM

J. Reese
RE: Staley
That is neat. Betty and Bob were my sister's in- laws. My sister was married to Bob G. I've known the family since I was little. The funeral was pretty quick for both of them. We're thinking that the obit. for Bob is incorrect.

Added by J. Reese on Jan 22, 2013 1:01 PM

J. Reese
Staley headstone
Thank you Jim for being so speedy in getting photos of the Staley headstone in West Union Cemetery! I am amazed at the speed that it got done. Thanks again.

Added by J. Reese on Jan 20, 2013 5:18 PM

Karen Todd
West Union Cemetery, Peculiar
Hello Jim,

Thank you for fulfilling my photo request.

Karen

Added by Karen Todd on Jan 18, 2013 2:21 PM

debra igo
Handlen photos
THANK YOU once again. i really appreciate your addition of the photos of William and Kinnie Handlen to their memorials. William was the only brother of my great-grandmother. unusual that her and her husband's family both wound up in the same place, but stranger things have happened...... something else to wonder about.
THANKS AGAIN, debie.

Added by debra igo on Jan 17, 2013 1:08 PM

Jaime Crandell-Stapleton
RE: Davis
Sorry, no relation.

Added by Jaime Crandell-Stapleton on Aug 18, 2012 6:25 AM

debra igo
gaston family
thank you for all your work. i would never have found out exactly where my geat grand father's brother and his family were, have been there a couple of times, but without cemetery name, that's a nightmare. thanks for all your work on this project. it's helped a lot of people. debie.

Added by debra igo on Aug 16, 2012 7:09 PM

Darlene
RE: Kenrick
Whatever spelling you choose to use in your cemetery records, there should not be duplicate memorials on Find A Grave. The most recent should be removed.
Darlene

Added by Darlene on Aug 06, 2012 6:48 PM

Darlene
RE: Kenrick
I do have Kendrick (with a "d") in my family tree, so I was researching Kendrick names in the Missouri death records. I do not find any relationship to this particular Kendrick, but do believe that the duplicate memorials under the name Kenrick are in error. Sometimes grave markers are also incorrect. Her death certificate gives her mother's name as Ida, born in Missouri, and her place of birth as Wichita, Kansas. On the 1920 census of Cass Co., MO, I find Ida M Kendrick, widow, age 47, and daughter Elenora V, age 17, born in Kansas. In 1930, Eleanora Kendrick is a boarder in a boarding house in Kansas City, MO. Whoever answered the census questions was not sure about everything. Her age is wrong (23), but her place of birth is Kansas, and her mother's place of birth is Missouri. Her occupation is listed as "office unknown", insurance. That agrees with the occupation shown on her death certificate.

In 1910, Ida M Kenrick, age 36, widowed, b. in Missouri, is in Los Angeles with daughters Lucile, age 12, b. in Missouri and Eleanor V, age 7, b. in Kansas.

I was unable to find them in 1900, and with no information other than his name, cannot find Eleanor's father, John Kendrick.

So here we have 2 census records with spelling Kendrick and 1 with spelling Kenrick.

Hope this helps resolve the questions.

Darlene

Added by Darlene on Aug 02, 2012 10:30 AM

Annita
RE: Hooten
Thank you for the information relating to Mr. Hooten. Salisbury is my father's hometown. I added the info you provided to his memorial. Also, I deleted Mr. Colville's memorial. I must say that Wills is one of the prettiest cemeteries I have visited and, since its less than a dozen miles from my home, I an considering having it be my final resting ground.

Added by Annita on Jul 23, 2012 8:37 AM

Jay
RE: Claude Joseph Lamb
The original memorial was for Joseph Claude Lamb and that one contains links to other family members. Later I added the Claude Lamb memorial because I knew that people might miss the original memorial. That is because he was known as Claude but that was his middle name. Few would search for his full name but would search for Claude Lamb and without the cross referencing they would not locate his memorial.

Thanks for the inquiry.

Jay G. Lamb

Added by Jay on Jul 16, 2012 7:32 AM

Bud Hummel
RE: Hanna Hilman
I may have sent you a note, but wanted to let you know that I took a picture of Hanna Hileman's marker where it shows in your cemetery. Can you tell me where you think she might be really buried? Thank you, Bud

Added by Bud Hummel on Jun 14, 2012 7:56 PM

Ken Drennen
RE: Lee's summit historical cemetery
Thanks, I will make the corrections

Added by Ken Drennen on Jun 13, 2012 10:59 AM

Rita Rogers Golden
RE: Wills Cemetery
Hello

I just happened to be reading email when the requests came in. No special connection to Wills Cemetery.

Thanks,
Rita

Added by Rita Rogers Golden on Jun 10, 2012 7:44 PM

Lorraine Matter Lackey
RE: Paul Masoner
Yes, I agree with you 100%. I had a cousin that had a memorial in here and she is still alive. I did get the creator to delete her. I do not do it for numbers. I have known the family for years and just wanted to get him in here before some uncaring person did. I hope to make it to his family night and have all of his correct information. I will find out where his brother John is buried at and get them linked together.
Thank you for your concern.
Sincerely, Lorraine

Added by Lorraine Matter Lackey on May 19, 2012 3:41 PM

Lorraine Matter Lackey
RE: Paul Masoner
I am a friend of the family. I spoke to the funeral home this morning. Is there a problem?

Added by Lorraine Matter Lackey on May 19, 2012 1:53 PM

Bud Hummel
Nancy Goldsmith
I was going by the niche on the letter "C". I will change it to Coldsmith. Thank you.

Added by Bud Hummel on Apr 23, 2012 9:32 PM

Bud Hummel
Wills Cemetery
Hanna HILEMAN name and picture was taken when I was there to find Taylor's. There were several of the same markers in this cemetery. Thank you for the note.

Added by Bud Hummel on Apr 23, 2012 9:20 PM

genresearcher
RE: Hilderbrand
I agree there can be mistakes in anything made by individuals including maps of the cemetery in the library. Find A Grave is a useful tool used in combination with other data.

Added by genresearcher on Apr 23, 2012 8:01 AM

genresearcher
RE: Nancy Wentz Hilderbrand
Nancy Wentz Hilderbrand in Wills cemetery. I posted under the monument photo its in row six. You have information the grave site is in row seven. Its possible I made a mistake. You ask where I got the information the monument is in row six. I belive my information came from a map obtained from library in Harrisonville, Missouri. I do not have a copy of the map at this time. I plan to return to the library for a copy. At this time I will change my post to include row six or row seven. Thanks for the additional information. If you have a map please forward to me at genresearcher@kc.rr.com

Added by genresearcher on Apr 22, 2012 7:07 PM

Larry Boyd
RE: William Bailey
Never mind...I see it is Cass county...I just deleted the record.

Added by Larry Boyd on Apr 22, 2012 11:14 AM

Larry Boyd
RE: William Bailey
Where is this Wills Cemetery located or give me William's Find A Grave number please

Added by Larry Boyd on Apr 22, 2012 11:10 AM

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