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I was born, raised and have lived in Missouri all my life. My profound interest in the history and the lives of early pioneers and relatives in Missouri has lead me to do research into the past lives of them. With the help of my grandparents my interest has only grown throughout the years. My studies have been mainly of the history of Caldwell, Ray and Lafayette Counties in Missouri.|
I enjoy searching for... photographing and documenting the history and gravestones of my past relatives!
If you have any questions or information...
Feel free to email me... Tony
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|Bonnie Shirley Amery||RE: Photos|
Well done memorial.
If more personal photos of Gary become available, it would not be a problem to remove my summer time grave stone photo.
Bonnie Shirley Amery
|Bonnie Shirley Amery||Gary Lee Owen memorial #81076261|
I have just added a grave stone photo that you may want to delete because it is not a typical tribute. Just ask, if it should be deleted.
Bonnie Shirley Amery
|Bonnie Shirley Amery||Sarah Oster #18200609 & Denis Collins|
Today, I have shared headstone photos to Sarah Jane and Denis Collins's memorials. Perhaps you would like to arrange or delete them.
Bonnie Shirley Amery
I'm wondering where you got the name "James Adam" Jamison (Memorial# 44174048) for Adam Jamison. I have done quite a bit of research on this family (he's my 3rd great uncle) and his name has always been Adam... in family histories as well as land records. Also, you have the link to Mary R. Jamison as his wife. Mary was his daughter, not his wife. The tombstone reads Born 1846, Died 1868. His wife was Nancy Sherwood and she is buried in Montana (Memorial# 55345458). Could you make these corrections please. Or, if you'd like to transfer him to me that would be appreciated.
|Marsha||Blevins children ,Black Oak Cem.|
Thank You so much for the transfers of the Blevins children, so much appreciated
Added by Marsha on May 29, 2015 11:59 AM
|Arthur Mullies||C. D. Holzclaw late in life|
Growing up in the Hume Christian Church in the late 1940s, I knew members who were acquainted with C. D. Holzclaw, his brother James who was
church secretary, and their sister who cared for them.
For some reason, James and C. D. did not get along despite living together. They took meals separately at the same table prepared by the sister. When one prayed during church services, the other would audibly cough and sputter, clear his throat, spit on the floor and grind it into the floor with his boot. James was a bonified Confederate soldier while C. D. was a noted Guerrilla chieftain apparently allied with "Bloody" Bill Anderson. C. D. was present at the notorious raid at Centrailia, Mo.
Whether they differed over Civil War era matters or for some other reason, I cannot say; the old timers who related the above about the brothers' mutual disliking did not know, in fact, they did not know or had forgotten C. D.'s prominence in guerrilla warfare in Mo.
That history is well worth pursuit and is documented in modern histories, e.g., Bruce Nichols' three volumne work on Guerrilla Warfare in Missouri.
Arthur Mullies, email@example.com
|J Tillitt||RE: Grace Carr Photo|
You are very welcome.
I meant I posted a new photo on Willa's that shows Roger's date. Oh, and Cora Koontz's photo has benn posted!
|Kristy Rice||Horine's Fairhaven/Norborne, MO|
I posted a new photo on Rogers that has the date on it. Also, I posted thier son Bradley's. They are all together. Willa, Roger, Bradley, Nellie, and Raymond. Also, someone has been there recently with daffodils and tulips. Just thought you'd like to know.
|Kristy Rice||Koontz/Fairview Cemetery|
Hi Tony, I also have a photo of Cora B. Koontz 1892-1987. She is buried with them. I'm guessing this is Mother? Let me know if you would like to make a memorial for her and I will add the photo. If I don't here from you in a few days I will make one for her. Just let me know!
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