|Wally S. (#47694120)|
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|I grew up on a farm just a mile west of Lone Rock Church and Payne Cemetery which is located in northern Harrison Co., Missouri. Ancestor's on both my father's side and my mother's side were instrumental in building and maintaining Lone Rock Church and also in the early maintenance of the cemetery. My great great grandfather received the first funeral service given in the new church (before the floor was installed) in 1893 and my great grandfather built the pulpit that is still in the church, as well as helping haul lumber and building the church.|
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|Lena Grabill Mueterthies||RE: Whittig edits|
Thank you! I like connecting them too. :)
|Terry Suchma||Ellen Barber|
thank you for taking a photo of Ellen Barber's stone. It was so very thoughtful of you to take the time to do so.
If you are in the area again of Ellen Barber's stone, would you look closely to see if you can tell what is written on the stone. It would be helpful to me and other ancesters.
thank you again for your thoughtfulness in helping those who are not close to the cemeteries to see the stones of our ancesters!
Terry Anne Suchma
|Jennifer Jester||James Richardson|
Thank you for the photograph. Jennifer
|Carol Guinn Jenkins||Lydia Hopkins|
Thank you so very much for taking the picture and posting it to Lydia's memorial. I know that I would never be able to see it in person. It means a lot to me---thank you so much!
|Daniel Maxwell||William K. Maxwell family|
Thanks for the photos of some of the graves of the William K Maxwell of Decatur Co Iowa. I am descended from William's older brother John, and I needed pics of these graves to confirm their death dates.
There were a couple other graves of his children's that are supposed to be in that cemetery. Were you not able to find them? I might also be interested in any other Maxwell graves in that cemetery just in case there are more that are not listed.
|S Jones||RE: Fanne Louisa Nelson|
Thank you so much. I will remember this information for next time. I am glad you found her parents and made the change for me.
Sharon - California
Added by S Jones on Oct 20, 2014 10:23 PM
|The Real McCoys||Stella McBride|
Wally, thanks so much for taking the photo of my Aunt Stella's marker. I doubt that I would ever see it if it weren't for your efforts. Thanks again.
|KBo||ida Mae (Phillips) Hale|
Thanks so much for the photo. Find-A-Grave is such a great resource, thanks to volunteers like you! KBo
Added by KBo on Oct 08, 2014 12:25 PM
|SMG||Archie Young at Cedar Hill|
So glad you left another message. I totally forgot to thank you on the memorial page for the link to Mr Young's obit. It's there now.
Added by SMG on Oct 01, 2014 6:00 PM
|Michael Grilione||Dayton Isaac Polley|
Thasnk you for your help, time and the wonderful photos regarding Dayton Polley.
Mike Grilione, Clovis, CA.
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