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Chris L (#48321875)
 member for 2 years, 25 days
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 127225158
After looking at stones under magnification looks like---

Williams, Mary E Is the M.E.W.

Eliza Jane Williams Sylvester THE E.J.S. (FIRST STONE)
So cant remember how I come up with this memorial
I remember someone a while ago gave me some information on who is buried here, some were actually removed to other places. I will mull it over a little but looks like I need to remove this one.
Thanks Jarrott

Added by JARROTT P. COX on Feb 05, 2016 6:20 PM

RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 127225158
Hello-Were are you looking at burial records for this cemetery? Thanks

Added by JARROTT P. COX on Feb 05, 2016 12:08 AM

RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 127225261
OK - It will most likely make since to me when I get around to the edits you have sent me it takes me a few days as I get a lot of edits. I do my email messages first because I monitor security cameras that send me lots of email alerts as we are trying to get them adjusted to where they only alarm when they should if I do not weed them out they are easily deleted along with the S.C.C. alerts.Thanks for your input. Jarrott

Added by JARROTT P. COX on Jan 25, 2016 9:16 PM

Find A Grave Memorial# 127225261
Hello-I not quite sure I understand what you have asked to be added so with out a little more information I am reluctant to add, I remember taking the photos for a family member. I am Not trying to be difficult just asking for a little more clarity if possible please. Thank You

Added by JARROTT P. COX on Jan 25, 2016 2:40 PM

Collins Crapo
RE: George Jones #157250934
Yes, that would be wonderful. :)

Added by Collins Crapo on Jan 20, 2016 10:03 PM

Collins Crapo
George Jones #157250934
Thank you for adding the page for my great(3)-grandfather George Jones, who also was an ancestor of yours. I have linked his daughter Bessie (my great-great-grandma) to him. It appears that Bessie was orphaned at age 7 & raised from that point on by her stepmom & the stepmom's 2nd husband. Again, thanks for all the info you have shared with me about our common ancestor.

Added by Collins Crapo on Jan 20, 2016 10:09 AM

Edwin Edwards 141389684
Thank you so much for the edit. I have added it to his memorial.

Added by LindaC on Jan 13, 2016 12:09 PM

Geraldine Ingersoll
RE: 46237692 Sarah BOONE STEVENSON
Thanks! I added the obit to J. Harvey Boone on my tree. Then found a bunch of great photos of his wife posted by another person. Even one of his daughter, Gertrude L. Boone when she was a baby in her Canutt grandfather's arms. Gertrude was an old maid public school teacher in 1930 census. Can't find any record of her death.

Added by Geraldine Ingersoll on Jul 20, 2015 2:33 PM

Butterfly Rose
RE: 76024952 Agnes Alden
76024952 Agnes Alden may I please have a copy of her obituary she is related to Kenneth Lynn who is my step grand father. Do you have any other information on her side of the family and pictures. Do you have a picture of Kenneth's mother and father?

Thank you for your time and your work.

Added by Butterfly Rose on Jun 18, 2015 10:26 PM

Jacob Honnold Memorial# 129534485
I've seen in a few places where it says that Jacob was born in Stuttgart, but I've never seen a source for that information. Is there a German birth or immigration record or family record out there? Thank you!

Added by TBill on Apr 07, 2015 1:12 PM

John Stoutimore
RE: German obit wanted
Duh, that's MU campus not SMU--big difference there!

Added by John Stoutimore on Oct 01, 2014 2:07 PM

John Stoutimore
RE: German obit wanted
What historical society are you talking about? You know the Missouri Historial Society has its main library on the SMU campus in Columbia. Their newspapers are on microfilm, an entire room of historic Missouri newspapers. And they have an online catalog telling what they have. You should go there. I spent a week there, during which I stayed at the University Avenue Bed & Breakfast, which is easy walking distance from the MHS library. (The B&B is usually booked solid on ballgame weekends). It's an ancestry geek's dream vacation.

Added by John Stoutimore on Oct 01, 2014 2:06 PM

John Stoutimore
RE: German obit wanted
Chris: I found and posted one for Ernst Krech. The "Hermanner Volksblatt" has a good range of years imaged and online at Chronicling America; 1860-1922 I think--including a couple of years when it went by the name "Gasconade Zeitung"--but some years are spotty and some are nonexistent. Years 1899-1903 are completely missing, so I can't help with Augusta Lessel's obit. The English version Gasconade paper is online at Missouri Digital Heritage. (From Missouri Digital Heritage, search "Digitized Newspapers"). It has a narrower span of years than the Hermanner Volksblatt on Chronicling America, but it does include some of Chronicling America's missing years. The English version was "The Advertiser-Courier" and I think they also have some issues of the Owensville newspaper.

Added by John Stoutimore on Oct 01, 2014 9:00 AM


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