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Ross Brewer (#47599369)
 member for 4 years, 1 month, 11 days
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I am working on geneology for the mid-Missouri Brewer (Russellville, Columbia, St Louis are on into Linn County, Brookfield) and mid to southern-Missouri Bayley's (Waynesville / Springfield area). I stumbled across Find A Grave and added it to my resources to help validate data not thinking about how much a photo of a tombstone can bring people and memories to life.

I took my first couple of pictures in a feeling of obligation prior to asking complete strangers to take pictures for me. Since, my daughter and I have discovered a whole new world with new experiences, wonders and questions. The people we have worked with and talked with have been a tremendous help and very warm hearted.

A new day has begun. I travel far and wide throughout Colorado and have family in Missouri were I know requests in the rural areas are growing. I wish fair weather and fun shooting with the respect due our friends and family that have moved on before us.
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Messages left for Ross Brewer (25)[Leave Message]
Debbie Clardy
Alice Josephine Perry Bayley
You are more than welcome to use any picture I have added to Find a Grave! Thank you for asking.
Added by Debbie Clardy on Apr 10, 2015 8:23 AM
RE: Photo Ruth J Jones
Your Welcome,it was a long time waiting for you.The picture's add so much to personalize the memorial pages,glad I could help out. Richard
Added by Richard on Apr 02, 2015 11:21 AM
Carolyn Mason
RE: Francis and Adaline Roper
I will be watching for them. Thanks!
Added by Carolyn Mason on Apr 01, 2015 12:59 PM
Carolyn Mason
Francis and Adaline Roper
Thanks so much for taking the time to photograph this inspiring couple's grave stone. They are the great grandparents of my sister's husband.
Much appreciations.
Added by Carolyn Mason on Apr 01, 2015 11:26 AM
Bobi DeVore
RE: Myrtle Brewer Edit Request
My apologies, you are correct all of these children belong to John and Melissa:

United States Census, 1880
John A Allison
Mallissia Allison
Sylvia Allison
Carline Allison
Salathiel Allison
Flora Allison
Emery Allison

Added by Bobi DeVore on Sep 26, 2014 8:28 AM
Gerry Stanley
RE: Junior Wilson
I found Mattie in the Rothville Cemetery but can't find the other three people list in her death certificate; W.W. Roselle, father, Sallie Edwards Roselle, mother and N.H. Smith, husband. Any ideas where they might be? It would be nice to link them to Mattie if we can find them on Find a Grave.
Added by Gerry Stanley on Sep 06, 2014 10:42 AM
Gerry Stanley
RE: Junior Wilson
Sorry to be so long responding to your request. I don't have records but I do know that Dudley Owen Wilson is buried by the same family marker as Harley and Jr. There is also a picture of Mabel E. Swaithe Wilson who I thought was Harley's wife. Now you say the wife was Mattie B. Wilson. Was Harley married more than once? Do you know where Mattie is buried? I'd like to make the link to Mattie if you know more? Don't know if this helps any but is all I have to offer.
Added by Gerry Stanley on Aug 25, 2014 2:40 PM
Gerry Stanley
RE: Junior Wilson
I couldn't find a MO death certificate for Jr. but there is one for Harley. The DC connects Harley to his father Dudley and mother Mabel. Do you know how to access the Missouri DC's? If not, go to Good luck in all your searches.
Added by Gerry Stanley on Jun 06, 2014 8:38 AM
Gerry Stanley
RE: Junior Wilson
I'm sorry but I don't know anything other than what my pictures show. The Rothville Cemetery is fairly small and I have some family, including great grandparents, there. My grandmother was a Wilson, Vonia May Wilson, 1888, Marceline to 1956, Kansas City so I was interested in the name Wilson but was not able to make any connections.
Added by Gerry Stanley on Jun 06, 2014 8:32 AM
RE: William A. Rhea
I was sorry to 'rain on your parade' :) but I felt like you would rather know accurate information. Sorry I wasn't more help.
Hope you're able to find who you're looking for.
Best regards,
Added by NJBrewer on May 25, 2012 8:29 PM
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