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katmando (#47713594)
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Bio Photo I love to be able to help people anyway that I can. If I have a memorial of your loved ones please don't hesitate to leave me a line and I will happily transfer memorials. I try very hard to get pictures of requests in my area. I found that since I am there, I will go ahead and get all pictures of that cemetery and upload them. I usually work on one cemetery at a time so please be patient. Feel free to use any of my pictures.
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Doug Aurentz
Hazel Farris
Do you or anyone have any additional information on this Hazel Farris? I'm trying to find my great-grandmother. Perhaps father/mother's names or husband? Thank you.
Added by Doug Aurentz on Aug 15, 2014 3:23 PM
Krauss/Gronek
Baxter
Thanks for the info. Have added.
Added by Krauss/Gronek on Aug 04, 2014 7:57 AM
Dan Kemp
RE: Pike County, Missouri History
Hi Kat, thank you, whatever way is most convenient for you. My e-mail is eskew54@netzero.com. My address is Dan Kemp, 2618 N. Clark, Davenport, Iowa 52804. Thanks again and if there's anything I can do for you please let me know. Best wishes, Dan Kemp
Added by Dan Kemp on Aug 03, 2014 8:15 AM
Dan Kemp
Pike County, Missouri History
Hi Kat, thanks for the heads up about the book. I found it online right after I read your e-mail. $145.00 was the cheapest price I could get it for. If you have a copy of the book I'd be more than happy to reimburse you for your time and trouble if you could scan the section about Mastin Arthur's family and send it to me. Best wishes, Dan Kemp
Added by Dan Kemp on Aug 02, 2014 6:31 PM
Carole
Dr John Story
Thanks for linking John to his parents. You didn't need to include the evidence. I just sent that for your info. I hesitate to make changes without something more to go on than "Simon says."

Regards,
Carole
Added by Carole on Jul 20, 2014 9:24 PM
Susan Kelly
RE: Mountjoy William Browning
Thank you.

Susan
Added by Susan Kelly on Jul 10, 2014 9:14 PM
Garrett Gabel
RE: Burns family of Phelps Co. Mo.
Thank you for your reply and look forward to your findings on D.D. Burns. Yes, Gene Gabel was my grandfather Gabel's first cousin. I am off the Yancy Mills area Gabel/Jackson line and Gene and Vernie of Mill Creek was from the Gabel/Harris line, all kin though. D.D. Burns is of interest to me because he wrote a typescript on Bushwhacker Bill Wilson in 1936, two years before the much more reknowned Clint Arthur book; "Bushwhacker." The typescript of Burns lists him living on Theodore Street in St. Louis, Mo. at the time. His obit lists him dying at the Cox Med. Ctr. in Springfield. States his wife was Catherine Roemer, sister to Ernest Roemer. I believe Ernest was the barber in Newburg when I was a kid, never went to him with Dad much as we "traded" and otherwise in Edgar Springs back then. Regards, Garrett
Added by Garrett Gabel on Jun 09, 2014 7:31 PM
lisa smith mayes
RE: Stephen Mayes
Thanks for linking the Mayes family. I appreciate it.
Added by lisa smith mayes on Jun 09, 2014 7:26 PM
Vickie BYRUM Schley
RE: Owen Truelove
Thanks for letting me know. I have been going through some Missouri Death Cert. and thought the name Truelove was a unusual name. Vickie
Added by Vickie BYRUM Schley on Jun 09, 2014 1:53 PM
Garrett Gabel
Burns family of Phelps Co. Mo.
Hello, I was hoping you could help me in my search of Dennis Daniel "D.D." Burns, 1902-1976, buried in Newburg cemetery. In his obit. he is mentioned as being a former resident of the Newburg area. I thought he might be a son of Melvin Homer burns but not sure. I'd appreciate any help. Regards, Garrett Gabel
Added by Garrett Gabel on Jun 07, 2014 3:38 PM
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