|Jennie Hill Cobb (#47459570)|
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As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, family history has been very important to me all my life. I wrote my first life history when I was 12! |
When I was a kid, our church had a project of canvassing cemeteries. It would be a Sunday afternoon project, one reading off the information and the other writing it and reading it back. Mom knew some of the old hidden away graveyards, and we went to them. After I married, I took her with me again, and, in the days before MapQuest, I drew maps to the graveyards!
My father and mother was working on genealogy in 1940s and 1950s. Mom would drive the old blue truck around Perry, Madison and St. Francois Counties in Missouri. She loved learning about family and would say that she felt like she "knew" these people. Her initial notes were from the 1930s. She also filled seven notebooks with written histories of the branches of the family as she remembered them.
Now that is about her, but it is the heritage she left to me. I typed the stories and continued with research which she and Daddy started. During my work, I have tried "to make a correct record." I hope to succeed in that in some degree by documentation of information I find. Please let me know where you find that I'm wrong. Thanks.
I love and appreciate what the computer has added to this search and documentation work called genealogy!
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Betty Wakeland, Bob Pyle, cemeterywalker, crawjazz, Dorothy Hill Ya..., DRPoole of Idah..., DS Dawson, Jan Gooding Cor..., Judy Mayberry B..., klsers, Maggie, Mardi
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|Sue Tanner||RE: Mary Ellen Creasy #22421646|
Thanks for that. Hope you are staying safe and warm! Here, in Spokane, which normally we have a fair amount of snow, we hardly have any! Sue
I added some pictures for the Ferguson's in Cross Road Cemetery today. I noticed that my pictures caused Lola Chestine Hill-Ferguson's to go to a second page. If you will go and change her personal picture to (Photo) instead of (Grave)it will keep it up front. ~ Scott
|Tricia the Spirit Chaser||Memory Park Cemetery corrections|
Most of the corrections and additions have been made. will finish them soon. wanted you to know, if you don't live in the area, that Memory Park Cemetery is in Harrison County but Longview is in BOTH Harrison COunty and Gregg County Texas. Most of the residences for Longview are in Gregg County.
The part in Harrison county is MOSTLY commercial and the cemetery. So added death places as GREGG county on most of the memorials.
|Tricia the Spirit Chaser||transfers|
Arthur Joab Hill #12717806
his wife, Mary Francis Hill #12717803
son: L. J. Hill #12717814
and his wife: Ethel M. Keller Hilll #12717811
another child: Marie Hill Eaton #12575701
her husband: Clarence Eaton #12575703
their son: Sidney Don Eaton #12575710
Please send additional information to me and I am happy to add info or links. thanks.
|Tricia the Spirit Chaser||Alpha Jones.|
additions and links made for her and her husband. Thank you and have a blessed week.
|Mike Terry||Joab Hill|
Interested in contacting anyone related to Joab Hill especially if anyone in the family has DNA tested.
|Carolyn Lane Lewis||RE: Elizabeth Lane Hill|
Thank you so much. It is a great picture.
|Carolyn Lane Lewis||Elizabeth Lane Hill|
You have posted a photograph of Elizabeth Lane Hill on her Find A Grave memorial #5759621 (Benning Cemetery, Clark County, Missour). I would like to ask your permission to use the photograph in my Lane family tree. Elizabeth is my 2nd cousin 4 times removed.
|Sandra Hicks Sites||FAG Memorial # 74473947|
This memorial is in Buffalo, Dallas County, MO.
In Memorial Gardens of Memory Cemetery..
Alice's maiden name should be Hackler.
Thanks for all you do.
Find A Grave contributor, Sandra Sites
|Brenda Medley||Aaron Rudolph Hill|
Nice to see you care so much. I am part of a group who has taken over caring for SunnySide Cemetery since 2009 where Aaron Rudolph Hill is buried. We are presently restoring the grounds. Would you know of any history of the cemetery or any of the other people buried there.
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