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Debbie Horst (#47844803)
 member for 4 years, 5 months, 28 days
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Debra Seargent Overby
Velma (Slayter) Vickers Males
I appreciate the photo of her headstone!

Added by Debra Seargent Overby on Sep 13, 2013 5:40 PM

gisele kurtz mitchell
RE: Richard Chew
No, she is not marked either, sorry, G

Added by gisele kurtz mitchell on Sep 09, 2013 7:44 PM

larry gifford
RE: photo
You're very welcome. I figured while I was out there, I would take some more photos. Thanks

Added by larry gifford on Sep 08, 2013 2:53 PM

larry gifford
RE: photo
You're very welcome. I figured while I was out there, I would take some more photos. Thanks

Added by larry gifford on Sep 08, 2013 2:52 PM

larry gifford
RE: photo
You're very welcome. I also posted photos for the rest of the Horsts. Thanks

Added by larry gifford on Sep 07, 2013 6:43 PM

gisele kurtz mitchell
RE: Richard Chew
No she has no marker either....sorry

Added by gisele kurtz mitchell on Sep 04, 2013 4:25 PM

Trish
RE: Richard Murray
Some census years he went by Henry or Harry. Maybe he was buried under that name?

Added by Trish on Aug 21, 2013 9:40 PM

Trish
Richard Murray
Thanks for looking. I dont have any more info to add. Should I cancel the photo request?

Added by Trish on Aug 20, 2013 10:04 PM

Richard Parker
RE: Richard Parker
Debbie,

Sorry! I don't believe this the Richard Parker you are looking for. My information states he has never been married.

Richard

Added by Richard Parker on Aug 13, 2013 7:14 AM

Colfax Veterans
Ralph Edwin Shafer Photo
Debbie,

Thank you so much for the photo of Ralph's grave!

Robin
Chair, Colfax Veterans Memorial Project

Added by Colfax Veterans on Jul 05, 2013 2:53 PM

Michael Swift
Clarence Alanzo Anstey Photo Request
Thank you very much, Debbie. I've done a few of these; I know how challenging some of them can be.

Added by Michael Swift on Jul 05, 2013 2:46 PM

Alex Roller
RE: Davis & Hazelwood
Hi Debbie,

If you don't mind taking more photos and e-mailing them to me, I would be very grateful. I am putting together a higher resolution grave marker photo file for my three children and two (maybe more) granddaughters to use when I am gone.

Bless you,
Alex Roller
aroller@opusnet.com

Added by Alex Roller on Jun 13, 2013 4:50 PM

Alex Roller
Davis & Hazelwood
Dear Debbie,

Thank you very much for the photos. I am most grateful for your kindness and sincerely appreciate all your help.

If it is not too much trouble, would you mind e-mailing me the photos? E-mailed photos are a little higher resolution because of the limits Find A Grave puts on posted photos.

Thanks again for your help.

Alex Roller (# 47000413)
aroller@opusnet.com

Added by Alex Roller on Jun 13, 2013 4:09 PM

angel searcher
Woodland-Grant
Thank you so much for the extra information, I have added it to her memorial.

Added by angel searcher on Jun 06, 2013 3:52 PM

angel searcher
Woodland-Grant
Hi, No, you are not pest, I am going to transfer them to you, I am not related, and you are.

Added by angel searcher on May 11, 2013 9:28 AM

Battling Maxo
Horst photo request
Hello, I fulfilled your photo request for Maria Louisa Walling Horst (92040449); the other Horst request you have in there is on a bogus memorial. Her husband was John M. Horst, not J.W. Horst, and he is buried in Floydsburg Cemetery in Oldham County, KY with his second wife Catherine Riggs Horst. His memorial number is 83606790 and there is a gravestone photo in place.

Hope this helps.

Added by Battling Maxo on Mar 16, 2013 6:37 PM

Scott Yates
RE: Fredrick & Theresa Zimmer
Debbie, I am so glad that the information helped. Maybe after these holidays get past us we can compare the Zimmer's in our trees. Will check and see what I can find out about the book Betty Winter wrote (again after the holidays probably with all the events planned in the next few weeks). Hope you have a wonderful Christmas holiday and keep in touch. ~ Scott

Added by Scott Yates on Dec 09, 2012 6:44 AM

Scott Yates
RE: Fredrick & Theresa Zimmer
Debbie,
I personally found the grave of Frederick & Theresa Zimmer at Masonic Cemetery in Farmington, Missouri and included their gravestone pictures on the memorials of #47722251 & 47722360.
Went by the St. Francois courthouse today and they have no record of a Blomeyer Farm cemetery in the county. They do have a Kollmeyer Family cemetery south of Farmington.
I drove out there this afternoon and found it. It is on the edge of a farm and there is only 8 graves there.
Then I found when I got home a link to the cemetery at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mostfran/cemeteries/kollmeyer_cemetery.htm that tells about the cemetery, location and list all the loved ones buried there.
There is a John Zimmer 11 May 1811-13 Apr 1882 that was married to Anna M. Zimmer 02 Apr 1821-15 Feb 1866 and parents of Anna M. Zimmer 12 Jul 1850-30 Sep 1945 married to William Kollmeyer. There was John and Anna son, Adam Zimmer 10 May 1855-24 Dec 1873 there.
The Zimmer's at Kollmeyer cemetery are remotely by many, many, many marriages related to myself. If you find they are connected to your Zimmer's would love to tie them into my tree as well.
When you asked if it's possible that were moved, as I have found in genealogy anything is possible. The county as no record of who was moved back that far. Hope this helps you some more. ~ Scott

Added by Scott Yates on Dec 05, 2012 5:42 PM

Scott Yates
RE: Fredrick & Theresa Zimmer
Sorry for the slow reply and trusting that you had a nice Thanksgiving. Masonic cemetery from the records show that the land was given as a cemetery and is about 5 blocks south of the orginal downtown district of Farmington. So would believe it not to have been a farm cemetery. There are records of others that were transferred from a farm to this cemetery. May be the same case for you. A lot of people get confused in this cemetery. Is only 1 city block wide and deep, and two-thirds of it is Masonic Cemetery. The other one-third is Calvery Cemetery and there is only part of a fence running down between grave stones that divides the two. It is not uncommon to have them listed in wrong cemetery. The name of Masonic is on one corner on one side of the street and the name of Calverey is on the opposite corner but on the street that runs behind the cemetery. Or is that the front side? Let me know if I can assist you with anything else of a search. ~ Scott

Added by Scott Yates on Dec 02, 2012 9:57 PM

Graver Gal
RE: headstone photo
I just got around to adding the husband a minute ago.

Added by Graver Gal on Oct 01, 2012 12:35 PM

Ruth Smith
RE: Blomeyer headstone photo
You are very welcome. Ruth

Added by Ruth Smith on Aug 17, 2012 8:06 PM

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