I'll be happy to add parent and/or spouse links, correct errors, or add biographical information.
If you should find an error in any of the sites I have listed, please contact me.
"A cemetery is a history of people - a perpetual record of yesterday and sanctuary of peace and quiet today. A cemetery exists because every life is worth loving and remembering - always." (author unknown)
Please DO NOT use any of the pictures I've taken and posted to findagrave.com on other sites without my written permission for that use.
I saw under the memorial for my 7th great grandparents Solomon and Whilhelmina Kauffman that you wanted anyone who had info on their famiky to contact you. My line from Solomon and Wilhelmina are through their son Solomon, his son Joseph, his son Samuel and his son Michael. Michael is my 3rd Great Grandfather who was born in McAlisterville in Juniata County. I have a lot of info on Samuel and his children if you would like to be in contact. Also Samuel changed the spelling from Kauffman to Kaufman. Thanks, Alec
Simon Hickle 37427200 I have a question on simon Hickle 37427200 Burial is Kewanna citizen 100F Cemetery Kewanna Fulton Co Indiana. His wife Esther Norah Glassman Hickle is listed as Bremen Municipal Cemetery Marshall County, Indiana. the tombstone picture is the same one. Can you tell me is this the same cemetery or is one of the records wrong. Thanks for your info.
John Sherman Judd #48126212 and Myrtle Ellen Clifton Judd # 48126107 Ms. Cauffman, Would you grant permission to use the above subject person picture's for personal use only for my Genealogy records in Ancestery.com.I am currently researching the John Wesely Clifton descendants for my brother-in law. His great grandfather is John Wesley Clifton and Myrtle Ellen Clifton Judd is his great aunt. Your consideration in regards to my request is appreciated. Thank You, David Truxal #48236066
Photographs The gravestones in section B of Cedar Grove Cemetery received a one time cleaning last summer in preparation of the cemetery staff making a permanent photographic record for their files. Taking the opportunity provided by that cleaning, I have been photographing the gravestones for Find A Grave.
As you know the limit of photos for an unsponsored memorial is five. The memorial for Mary Loshbough #29349607 now has four photographs, all of her gravestone, (two appear to be the same). I would send you photographs of the cleaned gravestone to consider using as replacements but this message box isn't set up for the transmittal of photos. If there were a way to do so, I would send you three photos: one context photo of the six Loshbough gravestones in adjacent spaces in rows five and six, one photo of Mary's gravestone alone (gleaming white!), and one photo of just the inscription.
Descendants have added portraits to some of the other Loshbough memorials. So it would be good to leave space for them to be able to add one or more family portraits to Mary's memorial.
You may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions of how this might be done. In the meantime, I will add the photo of her gravestone to the one remaining space so you can see the difference the cleaning has made.
Mabel Onita Hart Cauffman This is my Grandmother, and I would like to take over maintaining the site. I have obituary and other information I would like to add. If you want to contact me, my email is email@example.com. I am also a contributor for Find A Grave.
I was wondering about the death date and place of death for Margaret. Her grave stone gives 11/12/1893 as her date of death. I was surprised to see that she died in Alabama. I believe she never left Missouri, and probably, never left Scott County. Could you please share your source for Margaret's death info? Margaret was the sister-in-law of my great grandmother, Sarah F. Bridges. Thank you.