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George Parks. I only add photos to the cemeteries I go to so I can say for sure he is in the one I added it to.sometimes people create cemeteries giving them the name of the family section instead of the name of the whole cemetery or Miller could have been the original name. It gets confusing but I have him in the right one,it's a big one to.I hope this helps some.
|Lori Lyon||RE: Headberg in Geary|
You are welcome! I posted pictures of Sallie, Mabel Oscar and Lewis Headberg. Plus I got pictures of the Robert and Pearl Jeans, who may be related because of the close proximity of their headstones.
|My Family Circle||RE: Dee Jordan|
So sorry to hear the sad news.
|June Bork||RE: Baker lineage|
Bertha May Johnson Baker [Edit Name]
Birth: Sep. 8, 1886
Death: Nov. 16, 1971
Los Angeles County
California, USA [Edit Dates]
Bertha married Walter Franklin Baker on July 15, 1905 in Olathe, Johnson County, Kansas. His Obituary said, "Walter F. Baker, 64 years old, a widely known Johnson County farmer who retired a month ago, was found dead in a tourist cabin at Miami, Oklahoma, Saturday afternoon, according to word received today at Olathe, Kansas. Sheriff Emmett Pitt of Johnson County, who contacted Oklahoma authorities, said Mr. Baker died of heart disease sometime Friday night.
A brother of Robert Baker, a former Johnson County probate judge, now of Haviland, Kas., Walter F. Baker was born and reared in the Belleview community, ten miles northeast of Olathe. Last November 4, he held a farm sale, disposing of his farm equipment. He retained ownership of a 280-acre farm however. He and his wife had been in Phoenix, Ariz., visiting a son, Dale M. Baker. Last week he returned to Olathe on business. He was on the way back to Phoenix when he was stricken.
Besides his widow, his son, and brother, he leaves a daughter, Mrs. Edith Baldwin, Dallas, Texas. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday at the Julien Chapel at Olathe. Burial will be in Olathe Cemetery.
Walter was son of Alexander Baker and Martha Stuteville Baker.
|Cecilia J. Hartman||RE: Col John Baker|
Please contact me at my email address. My son-in-law's maternal grandmother was a Baker and I'm trying to make connections.
|Charlotte henry||RE: Charlotte Snyder Henry|
I believe it in relation to Red Fern but I am now having difficulty with tracing the geneology.
Charlotte (Snyder) Henry
daughter of charles Anton Snyder (1933-dec 9, 2013)
son of Wesley Charles Snyder (1909-1979)
son of William F. Snyder (1877-1946)
son of Andrew Jackson Snyder (1835-1881) and Anna Mary Schleighter Snyder (1836-1906)
son of Andrew Snyder (1803-1878)
son of Christian Snyder (1765-1863)
who was the son of Mary Jane Shaver (1752-1803)
she was the daughter of Abraham Moses Shaver but then it lists Abraham as 1833?
then Margaret Miller 1796-1823
Jacob Miller as her father then Red Fern
Now I am confused
|Charlotte henry||Charlotte Snyder Henry|
my lineage- Charlotte Snyder (1954), Charles Anton Snyder (1933- Dec 9, 2013), Wesley Charles Snyder (1909-1979), William F. Snyder (1877-19060, Anna Mary Schleighter Snyder (1836-1906) and Andrew Jackson Snyder (1835-1881), Andrew Snyder (1803-1878), Christian Snyder (1765-1863), Mary Jane Shaver (1752-1830), Abraham Moses Shaver (1833-?), Margaret Miller (1796-1823), Jacob Miller (1763-1842)-Red Fern (1730-1780)
Tidbits- Margaret Snyder had a government issued Indian blanket that was passed down in the family. She wrapped all 3 of her children in that blanket after they were born including my dad. I remember her showing me the blanket and she was crying so I did not ask any questions. One of those children was my father Charles Snyder and Margaret always said our relatives were Blackfoot. I have found Red Fern but on my grandfather's side of the family and my Grandfather's name was Wesley Charles Snyder (1909-1970). Wesley was my grandfather and Margaret was my grandmother. Margaret had 2 daughter (Carol and Mary Jane and 1 son (my dad) Charles who died Dec 9, 2013). She told us that she gave the blanket to Carol. Margaret also told me that they used to collect money from the government because of their Indian heritage and she was registered for years. She did not say that Wesley was also registered. I am now thinking that they could have been registered based on my grandfathers lineage. Could the blanket have been a blanket been handed down by Red Fern? I guess I will never know. I have been looking for Red Fern for a long time. Finding Red Fern has been difficult since I did not know her name. I have traveled to different Reservations in Montana and South Dakota looking for information about the Blackfoot Indians and checking the registration information but did not come up with any information. Thanks to all of the people who have added information.
Charlotte (Snyder) Henry from Iowa
|A Jones Girl||Baker|
No, I am not related to any of the Baker's but I do have several Dobbs in my family tree.
|Tex&Texie||RE: Clarence E. Hileman|
Thank you for telling me this. I didn't want to ask you, but did try (with limited online research experience and availability) to find him. Only came up with his social security death recrd. I think again that it is no wonder when many living people feel they should pray at graves of people they did't know when living because this feeling has already come over me, too.
|Tex&Texie||RE: Clarence E Hileman|
How sad that Mr. Hileman's family story was lost for many years. I'm honored to find and return a small part.
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