|Patsy (Pulis) Huffhines||Nancy L. Bost|
Do you know if her husband is buried beside of her and doesn't have a stone??
Added by Patsy (Pulis) Huffhines on Apr 24, 2015 6:13 PM
|Nancy Harris||John KIng|
Thanks for getting back to me. I knew he was married to M. M. after Sarah for a short time before he died - I was hoping that the headstone might give a clue as to her actual name, and I couldn't make it well enough to tell. Too bad. But thanks so much for your help in the matter.
Added by Nancy Harris on Apr 23, 2015 1:14 PM
|Claudia Daniel||RE: Andrew Jackson Matthews and Loyd Daniel|
I have practically pulled out my hair trying to find Mollie's mother. There was an 1880 census that looked like a possibility but the mother would have had to have been 12 when she had Mollie (who was not on the census but looked like Andrew JACKSON was. I noticed on Andrew Jackson's death certificate that it listed his father as JACK (and on the headstone I remember seeing Andrew J for his dad).
Could it be possible that Mollie was only a half sister and was out of the home by the 1880 census. I keep thinking I find a piece of the puzzle and then have to start over!
Thanks again for the info. And btw, I DID post the info from Danny's bio (Loyd Richard Daniel). Several of us have copies of the whole thing. We are not really in touch with his second set of offspring (probably in their 60's) but it would be interesting if they had some stories we don't know about. They would be my husband's half uncles.
Added by Claudia Daniel on Feb 25, 2015 7:09 AM
|Claudia Daniel||Andrew Jackson Matthews and Loyd Daniel|
I just found your page for "Uncle Jackson" to my husband's grandfather Loyd (raised by the Shoemakers). Loyd had written an entire autobiography which has had us chasing down all kinds of links and connections. Finding your Find a Grave memorial really clarified and confirmedthings. After all, Loyd was an infant with "Uncle Jacksons" sister Mollie and her husband died and he really had no memories, only what he was told!
If you would like a link to exerpts from his bio that I have posted on Ancestry I'd be glad to send it to you. My ancestry profile name is clandan.
Would you mind if I cut and paste some of the info you have in the memorial to my ancestry pages?
Added by Claudia Daniel on Feb 24, 2015 5:29 PM
|Chuck Countryman||RE: Unmarked graves|
Thank you - I am very grateful for any assistance. Looking for my Great Grandfather Charles P. Countryman - DOB 1854. We believe he died between 1900 and 1910 based on information my Great Grandmother listed on the Census. We have never been able to find where/how. This is kind of a shot in the dark - but I remain hopeful.
Thank you again.
Added by Chuck Countryman on Feb 03, 2015 6:05 PM
|Chuck Countryman||Nellie Lohnes (Countryman)|
I am researching information about my Great grandparents - Charles and Cora Countryman who lived in Thayer, MO from 1885 - 1941. Someone had indicated that Nellie's maiden name may have been COUNTRYMAN - do you happen to know where that information came from? Thank you for the photos - they make great additions to my family album.
Added by Chuck Countryman on Feb 02, 2015 11:49 AM
|b barcal||Missouri Ann Rideout|
There seems to be a major confusion with Missouri M Jones and Missouri Ann Rideout!! Did james E Vandiver marry two different women named Missouri? Have you ever come upon these two records? Missouri A Born in 1868 died in 1897, As it says on the tomb stone, but Missouri M Jones age 49 married James E Vandiver in 1907!!! Anyway I just wonderedif any one else had noticed the differing dates and middle initials!!!
Added by b barcal on Aug 22, 2014 5:47 PM
|Roxie||Thomas Buster Ball|
I just thought I would give you some additional information on Mr. Ball. Ida is his second wife. His first wife was Lillie M. Stratton - they were married in Lawrence County Arkansas on 3-9-1902. She died 6-25-1906. As per their marriage license and the Windows to the Past: Burials in the Western District of Lawrence County, Arkansas 1835-2000 Volume 2: Imboden-Ravenden-Annieville (East), pg 17.
I do genealogy research and this is my husbands aunt (his mothers half-sister). I just thought it might help others that are researching their family history.
Added by Roxie on Aug 06, 2014 1:14 PM
|sharon holst||edith weathers|
could you please enter this on her bio
Had parkinsons disease. she was my g.ma Edith, not a biological gma but the only one I knew. she was predeceased by her 1st husband Fred Wienecke my g.father. also by her second husband Mark Weathers. Sharon wienecke holst
Added by sharon holst on Aug 04, 2014 2:25 AM
|John Tippet||Martha (Simer) Langston|
Thank you very much for photographing her tombstone for me.
Added by John Tippet on Jul 20, 2014 11:16 AM
|Tulsa90||Nancy Courtney Reynolds|
Hi Larry and Susan,
I am almost certain that Nancy Courtney Reynolds (Find A Grave Memorial# 106252351) is my 3rd great grandmother. Your memorial is the only record of her death that I can find. Where did you obtain her death date? Is this from Marion County Illinois death records or Peaceful Valley cemetery records?
Thank you in advance,
Added by Tulsa90 on Jul 08, 2014 1:46 PM
|Bob King||Leonard Lee King|
Please correct parents of Leonard Lee King (Riverside Cemetery, Fulton County, Arkansas)- actual parent were David F King and Virginia Catherine Baldridge - Ida Wallace was a second wife after Virginia died. Leonard is my Great Uncle. Thanks. bob
Added by Bob King on Jul 07, 2014 5:37 PM
|J Star||FAG #89174570 Joseph M Gamel|
Would you please corrector the name of Joseph Gamel's mother. We can't not find where she was buried so she does not have a site on Find A Grave but you have her name wrong in the bio. Her name is Malissa Charlotte P Rapert. Thank you so much for adding his name and information it helped me a lot in researching my family.
Added by J Star on Jun 08, 2014 12:04 PM
|trethard||Jacob Washington Rethard Memorial|
I was reviewing the FindAGrave entries for my family and (finally) noted that your memorial for my grandfather is redundant: it needs to be combined with #40416503, which is somewhat older, if less informative!
Added by trethard on May 26, 2014 12:12 PM
|Jane Gerrish Waddell||RE: Viola Britt #83447630|
Actually, I think some one cleaned the stones at McClelland Cem.
Take a look at the Barnhart babies' memorials there. I added an overview pic showing all four of the stones. I tried checking the 1900 census for Alice hoping we could learn who the parents were. Also check the online marriage index but no luck either places. I'm afraid they will have to remain orphans.
Added by Jane Gerrish Waddell on May 23, 2014 1:03 AM
Larry & Susan-Thank you for the updates and a special thank you for work you have done in honoring all of the coal miners, including Mr. Lemay.~Laura.
Added by Honor on May 22, 2014 7:21 PM
Thanks so much for the transfers on the Johnston Family. I so appreciate you entering them and transferring them.
Added by ida daniels on May 17, 2014 5:46 PM
|Paul Womack||Soper family|
Thank you kindly for the Soper family transfers. It is truly appreciated. Janice Womack
Added by Paul Womack on May 17, 2014 4:55 PM
|John Russell Pierson||Grace Kellett|
Thanks for the Kellett pic!
Added by John Russell Pierson on May 13, 2014 5:55 PM
|Jean Hooks||Arnold Family|
Many thanks for the nice headstone photos of our Arnold Family , It is very much appreciated
Added by Jean Hooks on May 11, 2014 8:21 AM
|Jane Gerrish Waddell||RE: Daughter Bopp|
Hi Susan -
I'm sorry, I should have labeled the dates in the index info. The date of death was "1918-01-28" or 28 Jan 1918, the same as the stone. The other date "18-01-29" or 29 Jan. 1918 was the date the death cert. was filed. The birth date does not appear in this index, though sometimes an age is listed, where the "UNK" is. Sorry for the confusion.
True, Find A Grave does not include townships in the drop down place names, so if I know a location was rural and I have the township, then I usually simply put "Died in Xxxxxxx twp." in the bio section and with the state and county in the death field using the drop down. That way people won't assume the person died in the town where they are buried. I do the same for births. That's why I said in the previous message you could add it to the "bio section".
I see you deleted your memorial for Jennie Basola. Thanks.
Added by Jane Gerrish Waddell on May 10, 2014 1:33 PM
|Jane Gerrish Waddell||"Daughter Bopp" # 84748466|
Baby Bopp has been identified! Found in the IL online death index:
BOPP HELEN MARIE F/W UNK 0034331 1918-01-28 MARION CARRIGAN TWP 18-01-29
I submitted an "edit" for her.
So you could add "died in Carrigan Twp." to the bio.
I've added a picture, but there is no way to make out her name on the stone.
Added by Jane Gerrish Waddell on May 08, 2014 11:21 PM
|JoAnn Collier||May S Rhea 90014208|
Thanks for making the change.
I also have information on Missouri State Death Certificate #10855 for Mallie H Smith, death date 9 Dec 1831 and May S Rhea, Thayer, Missouri signed the certificate.
I have based my information on the sources I gave you yesterday and this death certificate.
Jo Ann Collier
Added by JoAnn Collier on May 07, 2014 5:59 PM
|JoAnn Collier||May S Rhea # 90014208|
I do not believe that May is the daughter of Commodore Perry Smith and Martha Helen Miller.
The 1900 census for Alton, Oregon, Missouri shows May and Calvin Rhea with sons Yelverton and William, also in that household is Mallie H Smith listed as mother in law of head of household.
Mallie H Smith was Melvina H Mathews, daughter of John Garner Mathews and Mary Hudson Kennedy. She was married to Yelverton Smith - May's son was Yelverton Rhea. Mallie was my 1st cousin 2 times removed.
Jo Ann Collier
Added by JoAnn Collier on May 06, 2014 4:54 PM
|Cathy||RE: Euda Russell|
"Thank-You" so much!
Added by Cathy on May 01, 2014 2:24 PM