|Tom Denardo (#767)|
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DOES ANYONE KNOW THE NAME OF THIS UNION OFFICER? On the reverse side of the photo it says Partridge's Gallery, Wheeling West Virginia.|
Findagrave was founded in 1998. When I first joined this site back in july 1999, we had to mail our photos to Utah and they would upload the records. This meant I did not get credit for many records. Anytime you see my photos dated before 2002, that meant I found the records but only credited with the photo. I would guess it was around 2011 that they added links to connect family members.
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Tom, most of the Stationary engineer jobs were men not working on the railroad. THis kind of an engineer usually watched Boilers for some companies and were never employed with the railroad. But there were a few that fed the railroad Boilers. thanks Mike
Added by JMW on Apr 17, 2014 10:39 PM
|Ms Martie Martin||RE: 1 more kc policeman|
THANK U for another GREAT addition to my KCPD virtual :)
|M. A. Claxton||Donham family|
Yes, it has been a most interesting trek through this family, having started with a Divine connection and finding others in the Donham family when we got to Bethlehem Cemetery. We plan to go back the last of this month - going on a vacation and decided to include the cemeteries in Dade and Barton counties in MO again as we have found other burials that we need to look for. Always exciting to locate family - even distant ones - and get them recorded so they are not lost.
|Liz||RE: norman lesco 1915-1983|
Thank you for looking. Your efforts are most appreciated!!
Added by Liz on Apr 17, 2014 5:47 AM
|JMW||RE: slowdown for me|
Thanks a million Tom, you've helped me add a great deal and I thank you very much....Mike in Missouri
Added by JMW on Apr 15, 2014 8:55 PM
|Ms Martie Martin||RE: Maurice Barry & Fred Brucker|
THANK YOU so much for the "finds" on these past policeman! I was so happy to be able to add them to our KCMO Police family virtual cemetery.
|Betty L. Schmidt||Thanks|
I have correct the cemetery for Emma Gitz. Thanks so much for your help,
|Ms Martie Martin||RE: wm davis kc police|
HEY; THANK YOU for the link! This really is an awesome memorial, you should be proud :)
Yes, when I worked for KCPD they had a whole wall dedicated to officer history and remember this! Course, there's alot I have forgotten :)
|Ms Martie Martin||RE: A.D. Royer; 97161549|
THANK YOU, Tom, for this addition to my police memorials! I was able to locate his death certificate which was actually under David Alonzo; I imagine he went by David, hence the difference in headstone and death certificate listing. I sent the updating info to the controlling contributor for "David's" memorial.
|Linda Dukes||George Hale/Forest Hill|
You are the person that posted memorial# 70615845, so I have to share this with you. I was just watching Antiques Road Show, it just happened to be in Kansas City. A man brought in an old firemans badge. He said he bought it at a yard sale when he was a young boy. The appraiser checked it out, and read the presentation on the back of the badge. I caught the name George Hale. He appraised the badge between $10,000.00 to $15,000.00 It was 14 carrot gold with enamel inlay, and was in "perfect" condition. Plus the presentation on the back added to the value...Someone posted a picture on his Find A Grave memorial, and he is wearing the very badge in the picture, large in the center of his chest. I did a little digging. He never had children, so it ended up in a yard sale...I just thought it was interesting. Hope I didn't bore you...Linda
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