|Jamie Morlan (#47293202)|
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|Charles Thomas||Royce Lewellen and Edna Barnhart|
Tysvm for finding these headstones, it helps me in finding more on my family's history, and putting all the piece of the puzzle i'm trying to find on mu mother's side of the family along with the relatives of my great aunt Leann Ledford Barnhart, and her family
|David Greer||Frank Carson Duncan FAG 82809362|
You submitted a photo to Frank Carson Duncan's memorial. It shows four young men, but there doesn't seem to be a note indicating which is Frank Carson Duncan. Do you have that information?
|preacher||J. Lee Schoonover|
Thank you Jamie...you are awesome!
Added by preacher on Jan 18, 2016 3:20 PM
The two plain markers in the Rose cemetery, in Putnam co, Missouri are slave markers (90307650 and 90307606) Family history is that one is a child who died about the same time as Benjamin Rose's first wife Sarah Holman Rose. Benjamin Rose donated the land for the cemetery when Sarah died.
Benjamin Rose and Sarah Holman Rose were my gg grandparents. Judy Hawman, email@example.com
Added by jlh on Dec 05, 2015 10:01 PM
FYI: David Rich who married Nancy W Wright- Stewart, wasn't married to Tabitha Hoard. Tabitha & her David Rich lived in Monongalia W. VA through the 1900's, she has no children named Carrie.
Nancy & David Rich were living in Wyacondah, Davis, Iowa in 1870 & 1880.
Carrie states on her marriage cert that Nancy W. Wright is her mother & David Rich is her father, she was born in 1865. At this time Tabitha & her David Rich were in W. VA.
Thank you S.L.Dickerson
Added by SLD on Oct 08, 2015 12:57 PM
|Danny Roble||Photo Request|
I made a photo request for this set of great grandparents...with no response...can you help me? I see that you took the photo of the entrance gate of the Jimtown Cemetery...
I don't know if someone tried to fulfill the request and were unable to locate the graves or maybe they have only fieldstones for markers...If so, no one left me a message saying this is the case. Any help you can give would be appreciated. Thanks, Danny
|Barbara Ann||RE: Duffie Prather|
She died 9-8-1886 at the age of 13 from tuberculosis. She died in Adair County, MO.
She was born in Pettis around 1873.
I hope this is helpful.
|Ace||Davis at Chapel Hill|
Hi! Photos posted.
Herschel L. Davis, Jan 20, 1894 - Dec 4, 1967
If you create a memorial and add the photo request I will add the photos I took.
We owe a HUGE thanks to Bryan Baker the Funeral Director and Manager for providing the grave locations. Please send him a thank you card at:
Chapel Hill Memorial Park & Funeral Home
112 North Galena Avenue
Dixon, Illinois 61021
You would not have any of the information here or photos posted without his help.
Added by Ace on Nov 23, 2013 7:38 PM
|Freida Wells||Rooks Family|
I too work on the Rooks family. I see that you have many on here and would like to correspond with you. James and Willis Rooks were gr gr grandfathers to my husband through the Reeves and Harrington families. Look forward to hearing from you.
|Vickie Ray||James Altiser|
Hi Jamie I hope I have the right person. My father was James Altiser. He past away in 1988 in Jacksonville, Il. He is buried in Canton, Il. in Greenwood Cemetery. He was younger than most of his siblings and had me when he was almost 50. I never knew many of my relatives since we rarely visited Mo. I do remember Ethel, Harl, Carl and and Bobby. I was young when I was there. I've tried to find some cousins but haven't had much luck. Please let me know if you might be a relative. If so, could you please tell me who is in the photo. I have none and haven't ever seen any of my grandma or grandpa Altiser. Thanks! Vickie Ray. You can message me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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