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I also sent a message to you email address. Is it a current address ?
Hello ------- I sent a several SACs for the Martin Family over 5 weeks ago. Did you receive them ? Are you still active on Findagrave.com ?
|Jerry McLain||Walker Links|
Kent, would you please link Tammie Lemons Walker,
memorial # 63011717 to her father, Jerry R Lemons, memorial #26616217 and also Bailey Marie Walker to her grandfather. Thank You, Jerry McLain
|Wenona Dunn||John and Ann (Gaunt) Foster|
Kent, in regard to this couple buried in the Stockton, KS cemetery, I found their son, Joseph C., buried in the tiny (very old) Gray Cemetery in Mercer Co., Il. He was three when he passed away. Several of his relatives among the Dunn family are buried there. I've just finished posting them to findagrave. Many thanks for your work.
|Dennis Simpson||Elsie May Turley|
First Kent, let me thank you for taking time from your schedule to record all these graves for people like me who live out of state.
Elsie May Turley, was born 31 Jan 1909 in Richland, Kansas and died 6 Aug 1909 in Richland, Kansas. She was the daughter of Charles Riley Turley and Bertha Armina Dickson.
I am related to Bertha Dickson. Her ancestor Enoch Dickson of Rutherford County, Tennessee was a brother to my ancestor James Dickson of Madison County, Alabama. Sons of William and Lucretia (Nash) Dickson of Amherst County, Virginia.
|Don Gardner||Stockton, KS - Still|
I have been working on the callender family for quite a while and the Still name on the side of the Callender stone in Stockton, KS has been a road block. A day or two ago I found out that he was a step son of Jonathan Callenders father. His mother was Ann Fox "Annie" Langdon who was married to
Franklin Furman Still. Her second marriage was to John Franklin Callender who was the father of Jonathan W & William B Callender of Stockton. So I guess that makes him a Step Brother.
I will leave mine up there for awhile so we can compare.
Thanks for all of your hard work
Kent, Thanks for posting the photo. I am still seeing a pattern in plainsville cemetery of missing pictures for headstones. They must have moved some or a tornado hit the area. I am currently working with the Hrabe family. The means the H's. When I get to z I will be elated! There seem to be a few headstones and sites located. Mostly older headstones that could have been carried away by wind or damaged beyond recognition by the caretaker. I hope this isn't like what was done in parts of New England where they took the older stones and used the stones as part of their foundations! That is sad. I will pick up work on the cemetery soon. I have to do a sewing project first and then the cemetery is next. Keep up the good work. If you ever get tired of maintaing the sites, send them my way and I will make sure the right people get the sites.
|shirleyw55||Some names from the sections|
Whalen family, James, Leonard, Margaret, Michael, Stahl family, Ruder family, Rempe family, O'Brian Family, McMullen Family, John, Ary, Kriley Family, The Garvet Family.... are some of the names that I found to have no dates on the listing but were in Section 1, Block 1... That's why I wondered if a tornado hit there at sometime.
|shirleyw55||Sacred Heart Cemetery|
I have completed what I could add to the cemetery. I did notice a pattern of graves that I added. They were in Section 1 and Block 1 & 2. Did a Tornado hit the area in 1993 or 1994? It sure seems strange that a section of the stones were missing. It would be interesting to see a grid on these plots to compare.
I will continue to work on Plainsville Cemetery. I am still fighting the flu, so it may take a bit. Thank you for your work on the two cemteries. Many people will be careful for this effort. I have to find the records for Shiloh Cemetery near Codell. That cemetery has been hit at least 3 times. Many stones are missing and when we were there, we were trying to get all that we could on film. Maybe the library there in Plainsville has a list of those buried. Don't know.
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