|Hether Pearson Pillman Belusky (#47055925)|
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I have been actively pursuing my passion for genealogy since 1997. When I was a child my parents diligently pored over records in libraries and courthouses during our family vacations to Florida (so boring as a child). Thankfully I've come to respect their interest and value their findings. |
Maternal side: (Iowa and midwest to New England) Hetherington, Scott, Joy, Edwards, Scohy, Hendrix, Jackson, Barrett, Nelson, Clark, Dickinson, Fish, Townsend and so so many more way beyond colonial times and Europe.
Paternal side: (Georgia and southern states) Pearson, Guthrie, Register, Breeden, Head, Catchings, Roby, Register, Dees, Sirmans, Newbern, Rainey, Hill and so so many more.
First husband's side: Puellmann/Pillman, Mestemacher, Sexton, Aydlott, Rhoades.
Second husband's side: (Czechoslovakia, Lebanon, Spain) Belusky, Supej, Masny, Joseph, Landeau.
Third husband's side: just kidding, that's just crazy talk :)
Found a pirate, some "witches", hard working landowners, royalty, and miners. Oh what stories our ancestors could tell us... When we die we become "stories" in the minds of other people. I believe it's our responsibility to document our heritage because once it's forgotten it's gone.
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|Tammy (Ebert) Raney||50146660 - Vi Eli|
Could I have control for this memorial. She is my grandma by marriage. My father married her daughter. I have other information to add. Thank you Tammy
|Marcy Hammers||Margaret Askew|
Sorry I hit the wrong button the first time.
I walked the Bellview Cemetery in Greene County, Missouri yesterday & I did not find Margaret.There are some tombstones unreadable. I am going to try to contact the Bellview Cemetery Association to see if they have a plot.If so I will go back to see if her's is one that is unreadable & take a photo for you. I'm sorry I couldn't find it yesterday for you.
|Marcy Hammers||Margaret Askew|
|Sharon Wick||Paul Becerra grave|
Mount Saint Marys Cemetery
2201 Cleveland Ave., Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 156513335
Is it possible to get a photo of his gravestone, if he has one?
|Sharon Wick||Find A Grave Memorial# 156513335|
Regarding the above memorial of Paul Becerra who was son of Mary and Audre Becerra. May I ask where you got that information? It just so happens that my father's brother's name was Paul Becerra and He died in Kansas City, Mo around the same time. His father's name was Henry (Genaro) Becerra and his mother's name was Maria. Could this be the same person? Looking forward to your reply. Sharon Wick (#47553221)
Hello Ms. Heather. I would like you to consider transferring the Find A Grave memorial for David Karl Jackson; 32798646 to my care. David is the spouse of my sister Rebecca.
My contributor # is: 47368887
Thank you. Have a blessed day!
Ramona "Mona" Douglass Renfro
Hello! I was wondering if you could transfer the grave for Shirley Ann (Lobb) Pennington to me? She is my paternal grandmother. My father, Ronnie Creek Jr, is her oldest son and before marrying my grandfather Donald Ray Pennington, she was married to my late grandfather, Ronnie Dene Creek Sr. Thanks!
|J||RE: infant son of martha and samuel gutherie|
Added by J on May 31, 2016 4:09 PM
|J||infant son of martha and samuel gutherie|
hi i am confused in gutherie cemt. site 109759336 infant son of samuel and martha gutherie born and died 12-1856 age 12 days it states that this site has been merged with site 30400806 samuel and his wife martha 30400884 but the child is not listed on eithor one. J
Added by J on May 30, 2016 3:39 PM
|Linda Morgan Clark||Rev. William Thomas|
I have sent an edit for 35605675 so that his wife, Mary Jane (Chick) Johnson Perry, 73866956, can show on his page (and by way of Find A Grave's "calculated relationships, show on hers). They were married at her father's home in Howard county, Missouri, May 24, 1834 and served as Methodist missionaries to the Kaw Indians. She learned to speak the Kaw language fluently.
She married Rev. John Thomas Perry, after Rev. William Johnson died in 1844, and they together worked a total of seven years at both the Kaw and Delaware Missions in Kansas.
I have researched this thoroughly and will soon have information online concerning both of these missions and their missionaries.
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