|Cheryl Nienhaus (#46858231)|
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I have been doing genealogy for over twenty years. I've been tracing Lawrence, Stanton, Cass/Cast, and Cooper's. I live in the Greenfield, Hancock, Indiana. Also a mother of 4 and grandmother of 4. Love my grand kids. Recently started as a volunteer photographer for my area. My daughter Debra and I enjoy doing this for genealogists.|
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|Marc Doty||RE: Dora Overleese|
The Lebanon Public Library has a transcription of Oak Hill. I think they have a hard copy and a digital copy. A few back, a librarian uploaded about half of the file to Find a Grave. Just the first half, something like A through L. I have been going through Oak Hill for about eight years, photographing everything, starting with the oldest section first. I'm currently doing active sections. Maybe someday I'll find her parents. Maybe one of the librarians can look in the book for you.
|Becky Jacobs||RE: Jay Curtis Holloway|
got it now
|Becky Jacobs||RE: Harold L Holloway|
don't understand your question
|Cindy Akers||RE: Annie Ross Spence|
If she is in that cemetery, she definitely does not have a stone, I walked that cemetery row by row, section by section, even looked in the bushes surrounding the perimeters. Wonder why she is buried in the cemetery w/his parents, and he is buried 50 miles away??? I don't see any other of his relatives there in Sherwood, either. I have found a bunch of death certs that had Sherwood listed as place of burial, and the graves are actually in Westview cemetery in Blacksburg. I will see if one of my contacts can check it out and make sure this grave is in Sherwood, and I'll get back to you if it isn't.
I'll make her memorial in Oakwood and connect them. Thanks for the info.
Thanks for the information on Mr. Money. It has been added to his memorial. Thanks again and have a great day. Joan
Added by joan on Dec 21, 2015 5:09 AM
|Kathy Burr||Edwin Stanton issues|
Hi, Cheryl! thanks for the info!
I researched him again, and I think I have it correctly now...wish I could find Nellie tho...has to be buried in Wayne Co, NE with her second husband, Ellis... she was his second wife and wife #1 should be buried there too...I guess no one in Wayne Co is working on the cemeteries there...
|Larry Leighton||Andrew Clark|
We will need the block and plot numbers. The cemetery is HUGE and the cemetery staff is less than helpful. It has gotten so frustrating for the volunteers to get the grave locations from those people that most of us have quit trying. Family members can contact the cemetery office and 'sometimes" have better luck. If you get the location, you can add it to the memorial or message it to me on Find A Grave
|C Wilson||Martha Angeline Harvel Wright|
Yes ... I know.
The date of birth etched into the gravestone and enumerated in the censuses are inconsistent. That's why there is an explanatory note in the memorial.
Added by C Wilson on Oct 19, 2015 6:26 AM
|Kathy and Norm Evans||RE: Elsie Irene Finfrock Lane Organ Fletcher|
The 2 grave markers are side by side and she is buried between them. This is according to her kids.
|Graver Gal||RE: Julia Gibbs Jones|
This still doesn't say what cemetery, dang it!!
NEW MADRID MAN, 61, DIES AT SIKESTON
Sikeston June 16 - Herman W. Jones, 61 years old, of New Madrid, died Sunday afternoon at a Sikeston Hospital.
Born Jan. 1, 1891, at Vanduser, Mr. Jones was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lon Jones. He had been employed for 30 years by the Anderson Lumber Co. of New Madrid.
Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Grover Wilson of St. Louis, Mrs. Mitchell Barbour of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Edwin Anderson of Independence and a brother, Charles W. Jones of St. Louis.
The body is at the Albritton Funeral Home where funeral services will be held 2:30 Tuesday afternoon with the Rev. M. G. Joyce, pastor of Sikeston Methodist Church in charge. Burial will be in Morley Cemetery.
June 16, 1952 The Southeast Missourian
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