|George Harger||Pleasant Hill Cemetery, MO|
Mergers should start showing up this week (Find A Grave is behind). I am saving in a way in case ownership issues arise.
Added by George Harger on Jul 21, 2015 12:17 PM
|George Harger||Pleasant Hill Cemetery, MO|
Over 20 of your memorials got duplicated to Parsons Burying Ground. Figured out that the 2 cemeteries are the same and a merger is in process. Then merging with no damage to your memorials should occur.
Added by George Harger on Jul 12, 2015 7:41 PM
|Jeff & Donna Hacker||George Dewey Hacker|
Thanks for creating and transferring my grandfather's memorial to me.
Added by Jeff & Donna Hacker on Apr 19, 2015 11:19 AM
|Barbara Southern||RE: Walter Southern #53983662|
Hi VC - Thanks for visiting Walter Southern. Actually, I am just a relative by marriage. My husband is Harold Southern and his father was Walter Southern and I believe his grandfather was Samuel Southern, so I guess you are related to my husband. He goes by the name of Wayne Southern which was his middle name. Wayne grew up in Shelbyville, IL until about the age of 9 and then moved up to Waukegan, IL. Wayne had six brothers and sisters, four of which are still living. We live in Wisconsin now. Where are you living at the present time? It is nice to find long lost relatives, isn't it? I think Walter was born in Assumption, IL if I remember correctly and I think he had a 1/2 brother.
Added by Barbara Southern on Jul 07, 2014 9:15 AM
|janet donner||RE: Paul Burke or Paul Burk|
I have changed the spelling
Pauls wife was a sarver and it
is my cousins relatives because
pauls wife was my cousins fathers
sister. I live in Decatur but spent
many a summer in Moweaqua
Added by janet donner on Jun 10, 2014 7:26 AM
I got your message that her grave is possible unmarked. Thank you for taking the time to look and get photos of the other Ennis' that were there. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by katmando on Jun 09, 2014 10:53 AM
|janet donner||paul burke and paul burke|
I cant take out the wrong husband but have left message for the person who I think can
the spelling on my burke I believe is right
they are ancestors and I will check with some of the realtives
Added by janet donner on May 30, 2014 7:21 AM
|kpet||RE: McKee - Knobs Cemetery|
I am happy to add anything to any grave or will transfer. Please use the edit button on each grave if you want a transfer. Kay
Added by kpet on Sep 20, 2013 2:03 PM
|Karen Bowman||RE: C. F. Upchurch|
VC, thank you so much for your photo and your inquiry. C.F. Upchurch is CHARLES F. Upchurch CURTIS Upchurch's middle initial is "L". I have yet to find where Curtis is buried so when I saw a memorial for him which showed him being buried at Steelville I requested a photograph hoping that would prove him to be there. So far though, you and Kristyn have found C.F., who again, is Charles. I hope I'm making sense. I need to find out how to get in touch with the cemetery recordkeeper to see if Curtis is actually there somewhere. Thanks again for the photo; even though it's a duplicate the close-up image helps with reading it.
Added by Karen Bowman on Sep 17, 2013 3:54 PM
|Karen Bowman||RE: C. F. Upchurch - Steelville Cemetery|
yes, I believe this is my Charles F Upchurch. Thank you!
Added by Karen Bowman on Sep 16, 2013 4:18 PM
|sunlvr||Isgrigg - Harmon Cemetery|
Thank you so very much for all of your time and hard work taking all of these wonderful photos of my Isgrigg ancestors. I appreciate that you looked for the other three that have sadly disappeared or disintegrated over the years. I am grateful for the photo of the cemetery too. It looks very peaceful and beautiful. Thank you for your kindness.
Added by sunlvr on Sep 16, 2013 3:10 PM
|Allen Whitworth||Marion F Whitworth|
Thank you for getting the pic of his Headstone
Added by Allen Whitworth on Sep 16, 2013 12:11 PM
|Chuck Fisher||Tremendous Thank You!|
Thank you for your effort and time spent photographing Wilhelm Brinkmann.
Added by Chuck Fisher on Sep 02, 2013 9:36 AM
Thank you for all the wonderful photos of the Gerdiman stones in Bethany United Church of Christ Cemetery.
Added by C Robison on Aug 31, 2013 2:16 PM
|Patricia Gilliland Devoti||VC|
THANK YOU FOR LOOKING FOR HARRIET HAYS. I HAVE REMOVED THAT REQUEST.
Added by Patricia Gilliland Devoti on Aug 30, 2013 6:40 AM
|Julia Dodson||Elizabeth Parr|
I thank you very much for attempting to photograph her stone. It sounds like you went above and beyond the call of duty :). I live in Montana, or I would be out there stomping around trying to find the burial site myself. Thank you again!
Added by Julia Dodson on Aug 29, 2013 5:11 PM
|Nelson Daniel Harshman||Catherine|
The information I have on Catherine has been posted on her Find A Grave site. Thanks for your help with Harshman links, I'm sure there will be more requests.
Added by Nelson Daniel Harshman on Aug 14, 2013 5:51 AM
|ronald reish||RE: Spriggs|
VC: my e-mail is email@example.com let me know if you still can't get though
Added by ronald reish on Aug 12, 2013 3:12 PM
|ronald reish||RE: Spriggs|
VC: The Mary Ann Spriggs that is my GG Grandmother 1842-1925 married Daniel Bates McManus 1839-1920. Besides other children they had a daughter named Esther Dora McManus 1873-1951. Esther Dora McManus married Otho S Mallonee. Beside the other children they had a daughter name of Myrtle Leona Mallonee 1895-1946. Myrtle married Ezra Richard Reish 1889-1944 and beside other children, a son named Charles William Reish 1916-1958 and thus I was born in 1940.
Benjamin Spriggs 1771-1864 had a son Jeremiah Sprigg 1804-1892. Jeremiah had a daughter name Mary Ann Spriggs 1833-1912 and the only brother of Mary Ann Sprigg 1833-1912 that I have is William F Spriggs. 1845-1929.
Benjamin Spriggs 1771-1864 had a son Samuel Spriggs 1819-1886 who had a daughter named Mary Ann Spriggs.
Any way you look at it, we are cousins. I don't know if it is 2rd, 3rd. or what yet. But I would like to follow up with you and find out something about you and just how we are related.
Added by ronald reish on Aug 07, 2013 3:55 PM
|Carol Weldon||Barnett family|
I believe that this information and the connections are correct. So can you please connect those that you can. I'm sending the following to each.
Charles E. Barnett Find A Grave # 71323548
1st married Myrtle Walden, Find A Grave # 111142673 on 2 Jul 1889 in Christian Co. IL [ Illinois Statewide Marriage Index at http://www.ilsos.gov]
the other child on the gravestone dies the same year as Myrtle so
Harold W. Find A Grave 98525575 dying as an infant in 1893 must be Myrtle & Charles' son.
2nd married Della M. Johnson, Find A Grave # 71612374 on 14 Nov 1895 in Christian Co. IL
For Charles & Della the census show:
1900 census show 1 child born & 1 child still living - Clarence
1910 census shows 4 children born & 3 still living
Clarence - above,
1 must be the one on the gravestone Homer M. 1902 - 1903 # 98525526
The other two are:
Edith M. c1905 - ?? who marries a Rigel
Harry M. c1907 - ??
Added by Carol Weldon on Jun 14, 2013 8:32 PM
|fpw||RE: William Rutherford|
Have posted photos of the plot listed in the transcription. There appears to be five others in the plot with stones and one open space where William is apparently located.
Added by fpw on Jun 01, 2013 4:11 PM
|fpw||Re: William Rutherford|
The "Unknown Rutherford" info came from the cemetery transcription produced by the same Mr. Moon that your father spoke with. Will try & get a photo of the plot to post on the memorial.
Added by fpw on May 28, 2013 5:16 PM
Thank you very much for the photo for Dorothea Sehrt. I appreciate it.
Added by Zoe on Oct 27, 2012 11:11 AM
|Jane Denny||Saint John's Cemetery|
Thank you for your photos of Ellermann gravestones! You continue to fulfill my requests and please know that your efforts are appreciated.
Added by Jane Denny on Aug 04, 2012 8:08 AM
Thank you so much for the great photos of Caroline Duebbert's grave in Femme Osage--much, much appreciated!
Added by waldonia on Jul 16, 2012 12:58 AM