|bill wealot (#47662130)|
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Returned to Missouri after spending 2001 thru 2010 in SE Pennsylvania. Presently working for the State of MO. so this is something I do in my spare time. My dad's family turned up in Lexington, MO. I believe in the 1880's orgins from Scottish and unknown orgins, my moms family has orgins in many different European nations, the most notable being the Rickey's of Scotland.|
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|Ms Martie Martin||Mary Siple; 93300473|
Bill, THANK YOU for the GREAT headstone photo for this memorial. I appreciate you.
|Dale Lantz||Mayes Cemetery|
Thank you very much for extended efforts to visit the Mayes Cemetery. My understanding is that it is hard to find, on private property, and very overgrown with brush, etc. If you ever have the opportunity to return maybe all the graves can be photographed to preserve this historical site. Thank you again.
|Bonnie Shirley Amery||James Powers memorial #12333440|
I have shared an obituary. Just contact me, if you want to add it to the bio. I'll be glad to delete it from the photos.
Thank you for your contributions.
Bonnie Shirley Amery
Bill, Our family is so grateful for the photo of the headstone of Francis Gautier. I've been off line for a while and just found it. Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart. Judy Gautier
|Jane Denny||Lafayette county cemeteries|
Bill, I did not know the inscriptions were online and thanks for the info. Last night I skimmed and may return to Brunettie's in the future. For now, I may move memorials to Burial Unknown, but I feel certain they rest somewhere in Higginsville.
|Jane Denny||RE: Kampmeyer|
Bill, I located an obit of Mrs. Kampmeyer. She was member of the German Baptist Church and buried in Evangelical Cemetery. From a Google of German Baptist church, Higginsville, it seemed morphed into Baptist or Presbyterian. I located early founders buried in Higginsville City Cem and moved memorial there.
Your comments would be most welcome. I thank you for your interest!
|K. E. P.||Robert Sander|
Thanks so much for the photo.
Added by K. E. P. on Jul 03, 2015 9:02 PM
|Jane Denny||photo requests|
Thank you for searching cemetery for Kampmeyer graves. Although I thought they were buried in Salem Cemetery, perhaps they rest elsewhere. I will search again and more carefully.
|Joanne Scobee Morgan||RE: Henreitta Wehmeier|
I supppose Wellman could be the Americanized version but that's what it was when he came. I'm leaning toward them being cousins or uncle and niece. He came and she wanted to come and who best to trust your daughter to than your brother? Sad they had to die so young. Was there something going around about that time? TB or something? Cholera maybe. Too bad there weren't death certificates. Darn.
|mortui vivos docent||re: George Burras|
Thanks for the excellent gravemarker photo. :)
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