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|Being raised in a small town in southeast Kansas family and friends were a very important part of my life. When I was small I loved listening to my parents and grandparents talk of family. I loved meeting older family members and listening to the stories. Even though these people are gone now they are still very much a part of my life, they taught me to nurture and value family, they guided me to become the person I am today. |
My parents and grandparents were faithful in visiting cemeteries and remembering and honoring those that have passed. I guess I inherited that love. Therefore, I dedicate my work on Labette County cemeteries and family histories to my parents and grandparents. Because of them, I've gone from building a small family tree, to getting addicted to family history, to discovering Find A Grave and wanting to contribute to the cause of preserving the memory of our ancestors through these memorials. It is my hope that I can link families together and tell the stories of the pioneers who first came to the area.
NOTE: Any of the pictures that I have entered aren't bound by copyright infringement and can used in your family trees. If you have a question regarding a picture, please feel free to contact me. I will also transfer a memorial to you if they are your family (with the exception of my direct family). Should you find an error or have additional information on any of the people I have posted, e-mail me. I am always glad to make additions and corrections so that the information is as accurate as possible. It may take me a few days to make a correction, so be patient!
But most of all, thank you to all of those who have posted information and photos on Find A Grave. This is a great resource tool for all of us.
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|sparkcat (kathyk)||Swing and Swirl virtual cemetary|
How cool is this? we are square dancers too! In Dothan Ala.
Kathy ewart kalina
|Chris||Paul Mills in Oswego Cem.|
Thank you, Margaret. Really appreciate it.
Added by Chris on Dec 01, 2013 8:49 PM
|Ronald Montague||Hardaway Graves|
Margaret, thank you so much for trying to take the photo of the Walter Hardaway grave! That Elmer and George have markers is good to know! Letha was Walter's wife - did you say her grave is unmarked as well?
These are my first wife's ancestors - I am helping her family out with all of this.
P.S. - I am also a F-A-G volunteer. R.
|Dakota Pioneer||Avery Nash photos|
Thanks for taking & posting these photos.
|Sandra Farrell (Olehy)||John W Olehy and Mary Olehy|
Hi, my name is Sandra Farrell (Olehy) John W Olehy #90661368 and Mary Olehy # 90661391 are my great grandparents, their son Levin V. Olehy was my grandfather and I was wondering if you could please transfer them over to me... I would really love to have them all together, it made me so happy to see them on here...thank you so much for putting them here and taking care of them.
|Penny Wood Spaziani||RE: Moreland|
Thank you for your kind words. Happy to help those that can't get there to do it themselves and it is good exercise as well.
|Mary Ann Tarkington Johnson||william Walter/Maud TArkington|
I see her individual stone and the large Family Tarkington Stone, but none individual for him. Would this mean there is none for him
|Joyce Snell||Dowell Family|
I'm related to the Dowell Family thru a marriage from my Simon line. You posted a note last year on another Find A Grave member's site about having some info on the Dowell family. Would be interested to see what you have, as I'm "filling in the gaps". Thanks.
|Genealogy Researcher||Hale's at Wooden|
Made the changes...thank you for letting me know. I did delete the entry with just one pic instead of two. I noticed you left flowers on the John Hale I deleted...so you may want to flower the remaining listing. FYI..if I remember right, their were two blank Hale markers. I have all Woodrn markers on file, I'll check. Another person inquired and mentioned one was probably the mother of Enoch, but the person didn't have any sort of documented proof...so it is still at the undocumented stage. If you learn of anything, please let me know. I've made Wooden a special project at heart :)
|Brenda Nance||Mary Susie Goodin Moore|
thank you so much for your charitable endeavors.. so glad to find my great grandmothers sister..
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