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Diane (#47664056)
 member for 4 years, 2 months, 17 days
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Thomas L. Harman
Re: Mahala Marler
My error on making the assumption that Mahala was a Livesay, since she was in the family plot. That was why I failed to see your memorial before creating mine.

My memorial for her has been deleted.

Tom

Added by Thomas L. Harman on Feb 09, 2016 6:07 PM

Glenn Geddes
Aleution P38 pilots
John Geddes is my father. He is mentioned in the Livesay record.

Added by Glenn Geddes on Jan 14, 2016 12:22 PM

Leslie Sanchez
RE: A Relative
How cool! Another branch to the family tree! My grandparents had 9 children . Ralph was my Dad.

Added by Leslie Sanchez on Jan 04, 2016 9:55 AM

Leslie Sanchez
A Relative
I believe Roberta was my Great Grandmother. This on my Fathers side. My Father was Ralph J. Darrah and His father was Harmon T. Darrah and his mother Anna Stice Darrah.

Added by Leslie Sanchez on Dec 12, 2015 12:43 PM

Tina Toles Wingate
Mason Oma Flynn
Diane,

When you click on the picture you will see the caption that I added. There is no headstone and he is buried beside the headstone on the (R) of the photo.

Thanks, Tina

Added by Tina Toles Wingate on Nov 26, 2015 12:21 PM

bill wealot
RE: Marshall Cemetery
I think you git the wrong Marshall Cem unless they died in Platte County. I'm guessing they died in Marshall which is in Saline county. It loks like Gillium has 6 small cem scattered around. the Marshall cem is actually in Nelson, Saline county and is called that because a family named Marshall were prominent there. The city of Marshall has another 10 or so Cem scattered around. i did find a george Morrow in ridge Park with a supcious death date of Jan. 1, 1904. I say that because there are 13 Morrows and even a few Morris mostly in a row all with that same death date of Jan. 1, 1904.
I would suggest contacting the lib in Marshall, they are probably part of the Trails RegionalLib system. or you can do a county search of all the cemeteries in Saline County and just scroll through the ones that are listed as being in Marshall. To do that click on search cem. but go to the top of the screen and do a county search instead of looking for a certain cem. Bill

Added by bill wealot on Sep 22, 2015 6:07 PM

bill wealot
RE: Marshall Cemetery
I think you git the wrong Marshall Cem unless they died in Platte County. I'm guessing they died in Marshall which is in Saline county. It loks like Gillium has 6 small cem scattered around. the Marshall cem is actually in Nelson, Saline county and is called that because a family named Marshall were prominent there. The city of Marshall has another 10 or so Cem scattered around. i did find a george Morrow in ridge Park with a supcious death date of Jan. 1, 1904. I say that because there are 13 Morrows and even a few Morris mostly in a row all with that same death date of Jan. 1, 1904.
I would suggest contacting the lib in Marshall, they are probably part of the Trails RegionalLib system. or you can do a county search of all the cemeteries in Saline County and just scroll through the ones that are listed as being in Marshall. To do that click on search cem. but go to the top of the screen and do a county search instead of looking for a certain cem. Bill

Added by bill wealot on Sep 22, 2015 6:07 PM

Mark Pelham
RE: Albert Nelson Shuffield
ok

Added by Mark Pelham on Sep 17, 2015 1:28 PM

Mark Pelham
RE: Albert Nelson Shuffield
OK...

Added by Mark Pelham on Sep 14, 2015 8:49 PM

Mark Pelham
RE: Albert Nelson Shuffield
OK thanks...Joe's sister Kathleen (sp) lives about 4 blocks from my house as well.

Added by Mark Pelham on Sep 13, 2015 10:28 PM

Mark Pelham
RE: Albert Nelson Shuffield
Please resend your contact info. Joseph Nelson Shuffield's E-Mail address is: j.shuffieldsr@gmail.com

Please contact him 432-559-6212...he would like to talk to you.

Added by Mark Pelham on Sep 13, 2015 5:15 PM

Erica Clary
Browning
I approved those 3 edits for Mrs. Browning and then I xferd her memorial to you. I see u have a virtual cemetery for the Browning family and you clearly know more about her than I do. If I have any more of the family members your researching and cataloging please let me know I will gladly pass them over to you as well :)

Added by Erica Clary on Sep 11, 2015 9:10 AM

Mark Pelham
RE: Albert Nelson Shuffield
I don't have much but Joseph Nelson Shuffield does. I see him every couple of days and will pass on this info. Do have other contact info...he is not on Find-A-Grave.

Added by Mark Pelham on Sep 10, 2015 12:25 PM

Roseanne Kocinski-Fowler
Your requested edit
Catherine Montgomery
Sent by: Diane
Aug 26, 2015 5:05 AM
FROM:
First Name: Catherine
Middle Name: M
TO:
First Name: Mary
Middle Name: Catherine

I am not going to accept your changes because someone else changed it from Mary Catherine to Catherine Mary back in 2013:
Please change name to Catherine (Hunt) Elliott
Married James Elliott 22 Aug 1878 in Washington Co. Pa.
Received from contributor Jack in January 2013.

So, I have posted you data in the Bio section of the memorial page instead.

Added by Roseanne Kocinski-Fowler on Aug 26, 2015 5:25 AM

Rich Stewart
Email
My email is qscrnwa@gmail.com
Thank you!
Rich

Added by Rich Stewart on Aug 24, 2015 9:12 AM

Rich Stewart
Kate's picture
Thank you so much, Diane for giving me the go! I tried to copy and paste from her Find A Grave post, but it is blocked from being pasted. Can you send the same pic to my email?
Richard

Added by Rich Stewart on Aug 22, 2015 9:21 AM

Rich Stewart
Kathleen "Kate" Corbin
Diane,

I am an independent historian in Arkansas that has a historical special collections regarding the Kansas-Missouri border wars and I am currently building a website for it. I have included Kate Corbin as a historical and educational figure for my project and would like permission to include her picture you have posted here to go with her bio on my site. Please respond at you convenience. Thank you. Richard.

Added by Rich Stewart on Aug 21, 2015 10:35 PM

Patsy Gadberry
RE: Van Hook Cemetery
I really don't know much about the cemetery. My great great grandfather, Stephen Silvers, was buried there according to his military headstone application. His wife was Mary Ann Van Hook Silvers. The other person shown buried there on Find A Grave is a Randolph, I believe.

I am certain this is or started as a family cemetery. I think it is likely that Martin Van Hook was buried there. If you want to be sure about it, however, you could contact the Pulaski County Historical Society. They do have a small charge for look-ups. They have three cemetery books for Pulaski County that they can check. There is an online form to be completed at: http://pulaskicountyhistoricalsociety.org/contact.htm

Best wishes!

Added by Patsy Gadberry on Aug 20, 2015 11:38 AM

Wills Cemetery
Floyd
I suppose it doesn't make much difference on the Find A Grave. I have it as Cassidy in the cemetery records. The information on the DC was provide by Jimmy Floyd who I had known for several years and was friend. I'll add notes to the cemetery record.
Thanks again.

Added by Wills Cemetery on Aug 03, 2015 12:10 PM

Wills Cemetery
Sarah Floyd
Also it list her father as John T. Cassidy.

Added by Wills Cemetery on Aug 01, 2015 9:14 AM

Wills Cemetery
Sarah Floyd
Thank you for your interest in Wills cemetery.
The cemetery records and the death certificate gives her maiden name as Cassidy. Do you have additional documents.
Thank You

Wills Cemetery
Jim Clark Director

Added by Wills Cemetery on Aug 01, 2015 9:13 AM

Lisa
Henry Clay Moore b.1813
Hi, I am looking for any information you might have for the wife you have listed, Susan H. North. My research indicates his wife was Amelia Ann Whippo so I am interested in anything you might share.
Thanks,
Lisa

Added by Lisa on Jul 15, 2015 7:09 AM

Cheryl White
James and Ina Funk, Mount Hope Cemetery, Topeka
Just a note to let you know I have added cemetery info and short obits to the Funk pages in Mount Hope. Hope there is something you can use in the information.

Added by Cheryl White on Jul 08, 2015 1:51 PM

J. Dennis Myers
RE: Myers in Rich Hill Cemetery
Thank you for the information, Diane. I didn't realize at the time I sent that, the "Diane" was you. All is well with us other than just getting too old for all of this holiday running (firework displays, BBQ's, etc.) between Thursday night and Sunday night. We drive down Gore Road when we're in Raymore (about every six months). All looks the same on the old farmstead. Do you know which property is the Gore Farm? If so and you ever see a "For Sale" sign go up on it, please let me know. Hope all is well with you and your family too!

Added by J. Dennis Myers on Jul 06, 2015 8:34 AM

Mary Bailey
William Hudspeth
I see that you requested a photo of the grave of William Hudspeth. I work this cemetery, and I believe that his grave stone has fallen over the cliff where other family members were buried. The edge has collapsed, and there is only a pile of huge stones. There once was reported to be a 'house' of stone built around the graves. This is probably what the pile of stones is the from. It was reported to me last year that in that pile of rocks a hand chiseled stone was found, but they couldnt read it. I will not be able to enter this cemetery until fall because of its overgrown condition.

Added by Mary Bailey on Jul 05, 2015 3:58 PM

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