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Don DeWitt (#47056960)
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Bio Photo I have been a genealogist (nonprofessional) for 30+ years. I have been tracing my families from MA, VA and PA to WV on to MO.
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Suzanne Mackey
barthlomew family
Lucius and Lewis were twin brothers, born in St. Lawrence Co., New York.
They married sisters.
Lucius married Charlotte "Lottie" Rutherford and Lewis/Louis married Abigail "Abbie" Rutherford.
Added by Suzanne Mackey on Aug 25, 2015 11:22 AM
Fran Wallace
Thomas Children stone
I did not add the Thomas Children stone to any memorial yet. Did you notice that the mother was different? on the small stone the mother is A. and on the larger stone it is Susan M.
Added by Fran Wallace on Aug 21, 2015 6:32 AM
Fran Wallace
Thomas family at Hebron
I found Josephine Thomas (1894-1916) buried with Augusta and Julius. Julius's small stone was just behind and up against the large stone.
I also found a stone that says "Children of Julius E. and Susan M. Thomas" with no other names, no sure where it belongs. Anyway, if you are interested, request photos in usual manner and I will add the photos.
Added by Fran Wallace on Aug 20, 2015 8:27 AM
Rick Valentine
RE: Henry and Helen DeWitt
Glad I could help. Terra Lewis the gal that did the memorials for Don and Helen DeWitt never seems to do edits, so they will probably take the 21 days to automatically take effect. I added some information for Helen and linked her to her mother, Fannie (Warren)(Shields) Allen #62727931 she is also at Fairmount, I also added a photo for her. Happy hunting...
Added by Rick Valentine on Aug 15, 2015 10:17 PM
RE: emma Sayre
Thanks Don!
Added by Sarah on Aug 14, 2015 10:06 PM
Alberta Knotts
RE: Nickell photo
You are welcome. Alberta
Added by Alberta Knotts on Aug 14, 2015 7:40 PM
RE: James Bertholf
Thanks Don! I also just sent some edit info for Emma Bertholf Sayre who was born in 1893 and served in WWI. I forgot to add Yeoman First Class to her name. If you could add that too, that would be great!
Added by Sarah on Aug 14, 2015 6:15 PM
Tim Wilkinson
RE: Wattenbarger & DeWitts
I can't tell you much about the DeWitts but I have a lot of history on the Wattenbargers. The Wattenbargers are one of my main family's. If you are interested please send me an email rather than public message. My email address is

You wrote:
"Wattenbarger & DeWitts

I noticed that you took over the memorial at

Are you related?

I am trying to figure out the history of the DeWitts involved with this clan. Do you have any info other than what can be found via the Find A Grave links?


Don DeWitt
descendant of the other Sullivan Co, MO DeWitt clan"
Added by Tim Wilkinson on Aug 14, 2015 12:08 PM
shelia glover
RE: McCullough graves
yes i went there today and they are in a locked place which can only be unlocked by family...and the only way u can see them is from a door where u can see through but its the door is made like a gate where u have to look through tiny holes so there were 4 on 1 side and 4 on the other side ....some i took really clear ..some i couldnt so i have an idea...that i can do and bfore i post it can i email it to u 1st and let u see it and see what u think ....r u related ....let me know
Added by shelia glover on Aug 10, 2015 3:07 PM
RE: Russell Witt memorial
FYI There is a rather large oak tree located in the approximate location of the section/lot/grave where one would expect to find the headstone.
Added by Katacomb on Aug 09, 2015 9:43 AM
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