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I live in the historic town of Independence Missouri. I mainly visit cemetarys in Jackson, Johnson, LaFayette, Cass & Clay counties in Missouri but occasionally road trip up into the northwestern part of the state. |
A member of the Civil War Round Table of Western Missouri.
Notify me to make any corrections/ remove photos/ delete any accidental dupes, or add any info to the memorials I have listed. Always happy to make transfers.
Please ask for permission before using/copying my photos.
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|Bev Golden||Thanks for info!|
RonMac, thank you very much for the corrections as to Samuel and Narcissa Shore's burial place and their death dates. I've made the changes. Again, much appreciated. Bev
|MTST61||Richard "Dick" Berry|
I have looked in the Custer County Cemetery Index Book at public library and there is no man of this name listed in there. Because he is not listed I could not help.
I'm sorry :(
Added by MTST61 on Nov 30, 2013 12:01 PM
Hi Mr. Ron,
I forgot to tell you that Samuel Morgan Hays was also a raider. He was married to Rebecca Berry.
Added by Searcher on Nov 30, 2013 8:52 AM
|Searcher||RE: re; James F. Berry|
Thank you for adding Richard. Issac (Ike) born: 1832 in Missouri, married: 1869 to Jane Hughes,
died: 1928 Randolph, Missouri.
That is really all I have at this point. The Berry brothers are my 5th cousins.
Have a great day.
Added by Searcher on Nov 30, 2013 8:45 AM
|Searcher||James F. Berry|
Hello Mr. Mac. I came upon the "Find A Grave" memorial for James F. Berry. It is listed under Quantrill's Raiders. He also had two brothers that rode in this gang. Isaac (Ike) and Richard Berry.
I thought you may want to add them as well. I would also like to add this link in my Ancestry family tree. Would this be acceptable since it is public information?
Added by Searcher on Nov 29, 2013 6:32 PM
|Gerry Stanley||RE: James H Webb edits|
You're correct. I guess I got in too much of a hurry. Thanks for catching my error.
|bcmlnkne||RE: Independence newspaper|
Thanks. Does the library have the papers on film?
Added by bcmlnkne on Nov 23, 2013 4:33 PM
Hi RonMac - Just wanted to thank you again for the transfers of the Hockensmith memorials. Also, you say you live in Independence. Do you know if they had a local newspaper in the 1900 - 1940 time frame. Thanks. Bill.
Added by bcmlnkne on Nov 23, 2013 2:57 PM
|Shelby O'Brien||Charles Butterworth, Sr.|
Would you please remove the duplicate pic of his headstone from his memorial, #71087070. Thank you for your help. Shelby
|Rod Carty||Susan Landers Stayton|
Thanks for contributing photos to Find A Grave. You don't have any photo copying permission info in your profile there, so as per the default copyright instructions on Find A grave I am asking if it is ok for me to copy your photos to my family tree? I use MyHeritage.com for the online version, and it is set to keep the information private for site non-members.
I always attribute the photo to the place I got it from and the poster, both for credit where credit is due but also for my records.
At this time I am interested in your gravestone photo of Susan Landers Stayton in the Woodlawn Cemetery, Independence, Jackson County, Missouri. Memorial# 29031739. It's a distant connection to me but I'm presently tracing a connection between both of my parents' lines in another person's tree and Susan is in one of those lines.
P.S. My Carty grandparents emigrated to Canada from Iron County, Missouri.
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