|E.D. Seevers (#15491843)|
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|My husband and I currently live in Phelps Co., MO. I have been working on my family genealogy since I was quite young. I have been assisting others with their research for more than 20 years. It's a challenge and keeps my mind sharp. It's something that I enjoy immensely. |
We also visit cemeteries in our area and surrounding counties often taking pictures and transcribing inscriptions. I have been visiting cemeteries for as long as I can remember. My family went often to visit family graves and to tend to them. My husband and I make have also been known to stop at cemeteries when on vacation simply because one looks interesting.
My husband and I are active members of the Pulaski County Museum and Historical Society in Pulaski Co., MO. I am currently the Chairwoman for the genealogy committee and, with the assistance of my committee members, work to help others with local research.
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|Lisa Gunter McGowan||RE: William plaster|
Okay, I will look for her as well. I will keep looking.
|Adriana||Florence E. Seevers|
I just uploaded the record for Florece Estelle Seevers, daughter of George and Laura (b. 1929 - d. 1937, Chico Cemetery). If you would like me to transfer Florence to you, as I see you have now become the person who maintains the memorials for George & Laura (who are interred at Glen Oaks Memorial Park, also in Chico) please let me know.
Added by Adriana on Jun 11, 2013 1:34 PM
|Lisa Gunter McGowan||William plaster|
Do you have any more info on this memorial you added to Souder cemetary? I have looked for this grave and have not found it.
|Glenda Ragan||Thomas A. Warwick|
His death certificate is on file in Placer County. I ran across it in my research to do the Weimar Sanitorium. You can order a copy from the recorders office. Since I am not related I cannot get a copy. I did jot down notes to share from the original cert.
|Will Babb||Just to say "HI"|
Good morning - I had exchanged notes with you a few years ago as I inquired about the Rodman family in the town of Newburg. Now I see your name pop up as I add Gen Delashmit to his wife's memorial. Take care, stay cool - Will Babb, Talala, OK.
I noticed that you put up a pic for this cemetery. Is there anyway you can help me? I recently found out through a death cert that a person is buried there however, I can't find a number for this cemetery to check. The lady that is buried there supposedly is Effie (or Effa) Louisa Edler who died 4 Mar 1920. I need to know where in the cemetery and if there is a stone and if the remains are technically still there. Thanks for any assistance you can give me. Talex.
Added by Talex on Jun 09, 2011 1:12 PM
|Thomas Shawcross||Pearl Willis Ogle|
Hi E.D., you have Pearl (Willis) Ogle posted as Pearl Ellen Willis Ogle, but I have her middle name as Lubanna. Which is correct? Note that the photo of her gravemarker shows her middle initial as L, not E.
I want to thank you for your time and trouble in adding the cemetery headstone photo for my ancestor, John Milton Harrison in Dillon Cemetery. He was my great-grandfather.
|Holly Simon||RE: Ruby Anderson|
Hi Ed! Hey, no problem, I hope I didn't come across all gritchy. Grandma is in the hospital right now in rehab, so I guess seeing her "death" kinda unnerved me, I apologize. I so appreciate you taking these pictures and posting them here on Find A Grave, I have no problem leaving them in your control if you don't mind adding information for me. Or if you'd rather turn it over to me, I can add her sisters, mother and father, and children. Let me know, thanks! Holly Simon
|Patsy Paterson||Flippo Tombstones|
Awesome job. Thanks ever so much for your help.
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