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Kathy (#47132419)
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Bio Photo I would be happy to update a memorial or transfer a memorial that is not of my family. The names I'm researching are Beck, Champ, Green, Irwin, Jones, Kyees, Stanley and other related family names.

Barstow Cemetery in Barstow, Ward Co., Texas - The Barstow cemetery record books were not kept up very well do to illnesses or other reasons of the caretaker or caretakers of the cemetery books in earlier years. There were a few names listed in the back of one of the cemetery books in the Unknown section with plot numbers next to their names. I posted memorials for these people in hopes that one day they will be found by their families. The information listed on these memorials may be incomplete or incorrect. Please let me know if a correction needs to be made. Thank you

Note: I do not respond well to discourteousness. Plain old every day common courtesy works best.....Thank you

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Don Leuty
RE: Finley Stephens
In the FWIW category, Doris and Finley married on 31 Mar 1973 in Las Vegas, NV. Both listed their residence as Nebraska. Her legal name at that time was also Stephens

Finley and Mattie had a daughter, Sandra Lee, born 12 Aug 1940 in Reeves Co. I've heard conflicting stories on whom she married and no solid evidence.
Added by Don Leuty on Feb 03, 2016 7:46 AM
Don Leuty
RE: Finley Stephens
I have found no record of Doris's death. I am kin to his first wife, Mattie McPherson, so I haven't really focused on her.
Added by Don Leuty on Feb 02, 2016 12:03 PM
John Henry Cole
Hi Kathy,thank you for bringing my duplicate to my attention. I have moved my c/m photo over to the other listing, and deleted mine. I will put their names on my listing of photo's needed ,and check them the next time I go ,to see if a tombstone is there.
Added by LADONNA GREER COLLETT on Nov 16, 2015 10:12 AM
Anne Shurtleff Stevens
RE: Grace Field
Most welcome, glad I could do it!
Added by Anne Shurtleff Stevens on Sep 20, 2015 5:01 PM
Linda Foster
Francis Wendell Warren #34950780
I have copied your photo and included on my ancestry tree, with credit to you for the photo. If you would rather I didn't, I will remove it.

Thanks for all you do !

Linda Foster
Added by Linda Foster on Aug 22, 2015 1:20 PM
John Taylor
My mother & brother
Thank you for building the memorials for my Mother and brother and being willing to transfer them to me. I am new to find a grave and hope I can manage them as well as you have.
Added by John Taylor on Aug 21, 2015 12:51 PM
Linda Thompson
RE: Lemuel Lewis
Thank You so much for the added effort you went to. I do appreciate it!! Looks good to me!
Added by Linda Thompson on Apr 04, 2015 11:51 AM
C. C
RE: Cora Ponder
Thank you so much for the edits and the transfer . cc
Added by C. C on Mar 29, 2015 4:15 PM
Wendy Johnson
RE: Stanley Family
Not related...just happened upon the cemetery one day.

Added by Wendy Johnson on Mar 23, 2015 9:40 PM
RE: Orville William Kyees

My wife & I stumbled upon Orville's grave by accident. We like to roam around and camp in remote areas, especially when there are old mines nearby (we are retired geologists after all). In truth, I don't know for sure that Orville is buried here. The marker could be a cenotaph. In researching Orville on the internet, I could find no burial records, only that he died in San Bernardino County.

Orville did own a number of mining claims in the area of the Dollar Bill Mine. I presume that he worked this mine off-and-on whenever he had the money for quite a number of years, probably sometimes with help and sometimes by himself (a lot of work had been done there, based on our observations). I'm sure he loved this place and never gave up on finding the "mother lode". I can't verify this last part, but it is true of so many of the old time prospectors, and his "burial" here makes it all the more likely.


Added by lest1001 on Mar 02, 2015 9:59 AM
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