|Tammy York Orman & Timothy (#47151717)|
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I live in Piedmont Missouri, Wayne County. I would be glad to take pictures of family headstones in my county or close area for others. Please send me an e-mail requesting the cemetery you need info. from. This is a great way to help one another. Thank you!! To all who have helped me with photo's and info.|
Transfers : I will no long transfer York memorials, unless it's your spouse, Father, Mother, grandfather or grandmother. I've worked very hard on the York's and it's my family line !I'll be happy to add info. for you just use the edit button :)
Any one wanting "OTHER" transfers please let me know.I like my memorials to be with their family and friends. You just can't have my family:) Please remember to leave a flower or note on your family and friends memorials, everyone deserves to be remembered.
This is the link to my sisters memorial,
she was my best friend, great mom and outstanding grandmother and I miss her still. Tell the people you love how much you care for them, because you never know when God will call them home. My sister loved flowers, so if you have time please leave a flower on my sister's memorial.
Please if you see a mistake let me know, so that I can fix it. If I haven't answered an e-mail please remind me kindly, I get hundreds of e-mails. I don't mind helping when I can :)
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|Jim Nelson||RE: Photos|
Hi Tammy, you are very welcome. My pleasure, Jim
|Theresa ( Rogers ) Griffiths||Jon Hiram LANE 52219238|
I added dates for him that are on his death certificate. I posted it to his page.
|the Ragityman||Clesie, #53080490|
I tried that link I gave you, and couldn't make it work, so I did some more searches. This brings up the same page in a different format, and it seems to work better on my browsers:
Sorry for all the confusion. Obviously, I'm still learning.
|the Ragityman||Clesie Lasater|
I'm SO sorry for sending you blanks. I have to try to remember not to use this browser for sending public messages on Findagrave. I tried to send the link to Clessie's obit, but it posted as a blank line. Here it is again:
[ http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/-wcmc/index.html ]
If that doesn't work, try a Google search for 'Clesie Bolinger Lasater' 'Wayne County Journal' obit. Transcribed by Sharon Hackworth [lworth1(at) charter(dot)net].
|the Ragityman||Clesie Bollinger Lasater, 53080490|
In searching for other info, I ran across the obit of Clesie Lasater. Thought you might want to take a look, since you have no bio on the memorial. Transcribed to rootsweb from, I believe, microfilm archives of the Wayne County [MO] Journal of 26Mar1906, which would contradict the gravemarker. As you probably know, that is not at all unusual. Newspaper obits are also often inaccurate, but it seems unlikely that the published obit came out in March, if the child didn't die until April. More probably Clesie was BURIED 10April. The marker may not have been carved until months or years later. I'm sure you have noticed the spelling discrepancy, as well. His father's name was David.
|Reba||Truman York spouse Verta Dobbs|
placed a paper clipping on Truman's and Verta's FINDAGRAVE, I found some things on Verta, wrote it on the caption of the article-
Let me know if its okay, if not will take off
Have A Beautiful Day- Reba
Added by Reba on Nov 16, 2014 2:44 PM
|brenda joyce||Ida Denning date of death|
|Wallace G Lane Jr||Rose York|
Only Rose York's given name appears on the KUDLIK monument and her surname has been omitted. Green-Wood Cemetery's staff pulled her burial records to confirm. She was divorced at the time of her death.
|fegrantham||RE: Memorial# 69269525|
I will help when I can. But I have a traveling career and am rarely home.
|Wallace G Lane Jr||Henry & Helen York|
Urn Garden 980E
Did you read the caption to the image?
"Helen York's ashes are interred with those of Henry G. York; the family never bothered to add her name to the marker."
Hence the blank bottom half of the stone.
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