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Sam Hughes (#47305492)
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Bio Photo Genealogy hobbyist, amateur musician. The most exciting grave markers are the ones that appear to be endangered by overgrowth or age.

Surnames (and variants thereof) that I'm researching: Rog, Aguirre, Hughes, Egbert, Milton, Davis, Leach, Myers, Krouse, Wilfert, Moseley, Craig, Swan, Modie, Weston, McCutcheon, Kritzer.
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Dos Perros
Strother Dodson
Thank you for transferring this memorial to me.
Added by Dos Perros on Jul 19, 2016 9:33 PM
Dos Perros
RE: Strother Dodson

He's a very distant cousin. I was working on that line and found your memorial. I'd be happy to have his memorial if you want to give it to me.

Thank you!
Jill Nock
Added by Dos Perros on Jul 19, 2016 5:46 PM
RE: Agnes Belle Harry Keene
They headstones are next to each other. Notice the stone in background is the same. The other one is her brother Joseph.. Agnes's mother must have paid for it. Because the stones are so similar.
Added by James on Jul 03, 2016 11:34 AM
Agnes Belle Harry Keene
Her stone, is it next to Joseph C Harry 58132477
or is on the same stone?
Added by James on Jul 02, 2016 5:55 AM
RE: Katherine Barth 59126233
You can transfer it to me if you wish, #47245094
Added by Grace on Jun 09, 2016 11:39 AM
Katherine Barth 59126233
Please check your edits, I added birth & death place. Grace
Added by Grace on Jun 09, 2016 9:10 AM
Gary Granger
Transfer Memorial
Could you do me a favor and transfer this person to me. I am currently helping with maintaining these headstone in this cemetery and have much information for these people buried here. My find a grave number is 46957321. Thanks for your help.
Added by Gary Granger on Jan 30, 2016 1:57 PM
Millie Metzler Roberts
RE: Benjamin Leach III
Sam, Thank you for replying to my note. Yes, I would like any clues you can give me. I am not sure if I have the right Benj. and who exactly is Elizabeth's mother. I see Elizabeth in a 1855 State census living with a Benj and Betty Leach with Elizabeth's two children. I know the family (that is Eliz. and her husband William Hunt) later made a move to Nevada during the silver rush. I would appreciate any help you are willing to give. My email is if you would rather communicate that way.

Added by Millie Metzler Roberts on Dec 25, 2015 4:11 PM
Millie Metzler Roberts
Benjamin Leach III
Hi Sam,
I believe Benjamin Leach III is my 3rd great-grandfather, the father of Elizabeth Leach Hunt. However, I do not know which one of his wives is the mother of Elizabeth. I would appreciate any help you can give me. Perhaps we are cousins, Sincerely, Millie
Added by Millie Metzler Roberts on Dec 23, 2015 5:21 PM
Paul McDonough
RE: Charles W. Adams
I thought I got your name off the findagrave file where I believed you put a picture and some detail of Adam's Civil War record. There is no marker on his grave. I apologize, upon another looksee It
was a man named Ethan Bishop. I do appreciate
your reply. Anyway General Charles Adams was commander of the 12th Kansas Volunteer Infantry from 1862 to 1865 when he was mustered out.
He ran into my Grandfather in the late 1870's when
Adams was the Ute Indian Agency agent. The Government closed the agency in 1880 and my Grandfather bought it from the government. At about that time some Ute Indians rebelled at the UteIndian Agency in Meeker, Colorado and killed the Agent and all his staff and they kidnapped a white woman and some children. Chief Ouray a famous Ute Chief had Adams go to Meeker with the Chief's wife and negotiate for the release of the captives, which he did and secured their release and even talked the Indians involved with the killing to turn themselves in to the Army.

I have contacted the Kansas American Legion
to see about a stone for this man. If that don't work I will try some congressmen. I have done this before for WWII soldiers whose relatives are to cheap to even furnish the marker foundation.
Added by Paul McDonough on Nov 11, 2014 12:20 AM
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