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I have just recently begun tracking my ancestry. I am excited to see what I can uncover. I also recently began taking picture requests for my area. Loving that!|
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|Jean Jorgensen||Rosa Griffin|
Tracey, You left a flower for Rosa Griffin (Nortonville, KS), wife of Lyman H. Griffin, on a memorial page (# 63881112) that I created for her.
I have learned that she is buried in Gentry, Arkansas, (Memorial # 40731318).
I will delete the Memorial I created. Please go to the Gentry, Ark. memorial and give her back her flower. Thank you!
Lyman H. Griffin is buried in Nortonville.
|Graveyard Dog||Elizabeth Ishmael|
Just wanted to let you know that I walked the Pleasant Hills Cemetery today and did not see a headstone for Elizabeth Ishmael. I can't be certain I didn't miss it, but it's a very small cemetery.
|LHitchcockG||Augustus L. Saunders|
I'm wondering if you know why there are two separate cemetery stones for Augustus L. Saunders on Find A Grave, one in a Kansas cemetery, & one in a New York cemetery. From the photos, the stones seem to be identical. I know I am related to an Augustus Saunders, but I'm not sure it is Augustus Lewis Saunders. It appears the two knew each other because I have a copy of Augustus Saunders' will, stating that Augustus L. Saunders is the executor. Hopefully, you can shed some light on this for me.
Thanks for your help,
|Donna Bomberger Grippin||William Grippin|
Tracy, please remove this memorial. I want to create it. You are the second person I have asked this of. Let me know when you delete it so that I can get it put in before someone creates it. Thanks a bunch.
|Jean Jorgensen||RE: Nortonville Cemetery|
I am interested in the research you are doing regarding the Nortonville Cemetery. Between Raymond Riley and myself, we have photoed all of the grave stones. Also, I am doing research on the Seventh Day Baptist Church of Nortonville, KS; many ancesters of whom are buried at the Nortonville Cemetery.
Possibly, I could add to your research.
Jean Jorgensen, Winchester, KS, email@example.com
Find A Grave Contributor # 47179150
|Jean Jorgensen||Nola Belle Koll Sheeley|
Tracy, you placed a flower on the memorial for Nola Sheeley at the Nortonville, KS cemetery.
Nola Sheeley is not buried in Nortonville. Her grave marker is found in the Horton (KS) Cemetery. See Memorial # 99219955.
Her husband, Loren Sheeley, is buried beside her. His Memorial # is 99219838.
I am encouraging the removal of the Nortonville memorial.
Please place your flower on Nola's Memorial at the Horton Cemetery.
|Caryn Hood||RE: Lancaster|
What is the name and number for that memorial?
I will return to that cemetery and see if I can get that stone cleaned up some
|Jean Jorgensen||Robinson graves: Abel, Cornelia and Charles|
Thank you for the photos of the graves for Abel, Charles and Cornelia Robinson. Because the farm was located near Center, Kansas, I am nearly certain they attended the Pardee, KS Seventh Day Baptist Church. The Pardee SDB group built Lane School on what is now Hwy 116(long ago dismantled), and later built a church about two miles north of Nortonville. Then in 1901, they built a church in Nortonville. This church disbanded in December of 2012.
I have been compiling a history of this church and it is wonderful to locate these graves for the Robinson's.
Thanks so much for leaving a sunflower for my great grandma, Roxie Westall. It was very sweet of you. :)
Added by Briana on Apr 30, 2015 1:17 PM
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