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Lettie Kirby (#46920696)
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Bio Photo Need help? Forwarded to: for most corrections. Especially: Cemetery Duplicates. (2 Names, same Cemetery.)

I am not very active on this site any longer. But I do check in occasionally to make corrections, transfer, or answer questions. Love to ALL!
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RE: Fleming Harper
You are very welcome!
Best Wishes and Happiness
Added by Nameseeker on Oct 24, 2016 4:34 PM
richard mcginnis
louis kellerman; burial place
the correct church was the st's peter and paul catholic church . It was located on the southwest corner of 9th & McGee streets in downtown Kansas city, Jackson county, Missouri. it was torn down for other developments in 1923.
the st's peter and paul cemetery was located at 26th street & Brooklyn ave. also in downtown Kansas city,jackson co , Missouri, the last burial being in 1923. the folks that were buried there in that 14 acre, cemetery were later moved. 1500 folks to St. Mary's cemetery at 2201 Cleveland st. and the remaining 500 +/- folks to other local cemeterys. the original cemetery property is now the location of the dr. martin luther king jr. hospital which was built in 1971

all information reference the Kansas city downtown library , Michael wells researcher,
Richard McGinnis inquirer 10-20-2016
Added by richard mcginnis on Oct 20, 2016 12:27 PM
Hi just a note: Please do not post vital information in the flowers section. Just send an edit with info in it. Info posted in flowers is discouraged by Find A Grave because it is lost after more flowers are posted. Thank you so much.
Added by Helen on Oct 11, 2016 9:22 AM
H Bruce Lammers
RE: William & Gladys (Smith) Lammers
Thank you, Lettie!
Added by H Bruce Lammers on Oct 10, 2016 4:46 PM
William H. Bell
Hi Lettie,

Looking at the memorial you created for William H Bell (1864-1954, Kingston, IL), you have listed a Nellie N Merrifield as his wife. This is not correct. His first wife and mother of his 4 children was Nellie N Clark (1864-1901). I have a copy of both their obituaries if you'd like to see them.
Angie Brotcke
Added by AngieB on Oct 06, 2016 7:48 PM
Steven & Karen
RE: I. W. Peavy
Apparent that I have been looking at that same posting and not realizing they have not been proved out. Our family branch spoke of the connection with William the conqueror. It sounds as if a number of people poured resources in to research and I would have no idea as how to do. I am still working and my genealogy has been on and off over the years. I am considering doing the DNA testing which could produce answers or maybe more questions! Has anyone in your branch done the DNA study?

Added by Steven & Karen on Sep 11, 2016 9:13 AM
Steven & Karen
RE: I. W. Peavy
Hello, Lettie, Yes I descend from Ichabod of birth 1820. I used to travel for work in northern Illinois and have been to Horatio and Nehemiah grave down by Sycamore. I grew up in Vernon county Wisconsin where generations of my family are from. So we are related! Have you looked back to our Viking heritage?

Added by Steven & Karen on Sep 10, 2016 10:40 PM
Steven & Karen
I. W. Peavy
Hello, Lettie, Curious are you a descendant of I. W. Peavy? He would be my maternal GG Grandfather.

Added by Steven & Karen on Sep 10, 2016 9:57 AM
Linda Dukes
RE: Bettie Taylor
Unless Janice Mancini is over 100 years old these cannot be very close relatives. I wrote a "strongly worded" email to**just an example**
If I posted a memorial for a relative of yours and used the name on the DC, and it was incorrect. I would expect you to contact me and tell me the correct name, since you would have personal knowledge. Then I could correct the name, and make a notation on the memorial re: your input..
NOT to blatantly post a duplicate
NOT to remove my memorial, as it was posted first. I don't know what's going on, BUT... as we can see,
It's pretty easy to ruin a good thing.
Added by Linda Dukes on Sep 09, 2016 6:18 AM
Linda Dukes
RE: Bettie Taylor
It can be very frustrating! How could she have your older memorial removed?
Added by Linda Dukes on Sep 08, 2016 3:30 PM
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