|robin hixon (#46979634)|
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if you are family or friend of a memorial entry, I will transfer. feel free to use grave photos without request or attribution.
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|Maureen Enstice||Brockman in Boulware, KY|
I want to thank you again for transferring over the Brockman's memorials. I have a renewed appreciation for your offer, unasked. I have found contributers that never respond for a variety of reasons, therefore locking up the ability to add the genealogy links. Very frustrating.
|Charlene Birt Raddon||Mary Macoubrie|
Thank you for trying to find Mary's grave and for the information you sent. I would like to see the photos you took uploaded. That would be great.
|Robert Thompson||Bronson KS Cemetery - j. Bayless|
Thank you for uploading the info on my maternal great-great-great grandfather, Jacob Bayless. I have visited his grave a few years back and have noticed that those recording the inscription tend to list his record of Civil War service as belonging to the 16th Kansas Cavalry, which I believe was a militia unit. According to his military records from the Federal government and long family tradition as relayed to and by my maternal grandfather Daniel Bayless, Jacob enlisted in the 6th Kansas Cavalry in late 1861 with his eldest son. He was enrolled in Company I ( EYE )and served until mid-1863 as far as I can tell. Family lore says he was furloughed from Federal service by General James Blunt, a somewhat well known officer from Kansas, after the death of his son. I think due to the eroded nature of Jacob's headstone the Co. and the I are difficult to read and are easily translated as a numeral rather than a letter. Again I very much appreciate the time you have spent in documenting the past and what factually remains of it.
|Kathy Franks||RJ Greathouse|
Wanted to let you know that I had added a photo of this grave to his memorial.
|Dee Billings-Gonzales||HARRY INGHAM|
I have added all of the info for Harry except for his children. You will need to go through their memorials & submit the same way. Too time consuming to look up.
I will be happy to add the info once you use the "edit" tab on each memorial.
|Michael Swift||RE: welda cemetery, anderson co ks Frazier|
Yes please. I am related.
|Evelyn Jones Christensen||Mason Cemetery|
Robin.....You have done an absolutely terrific job photographing most all of Mason Cemetery and for creating memorials for the stones that did not have memorials!
I am very thankful that you take the time to do this and I'm sure everyone that has ancestors or relatives there thank you also!
Hopefully this "pat on the back" will keep you working really hard at taking your photos! HA!
|Sam Charter||RE: mayse hixon|
Robin, The transfer would be great and then I can addd some information to them as well. I contacted a funeral home in Tacoma and I am ordering a headstone for Mayse. I am going to see my mom who lives up there the week of the 25-31 May.
The monument company may be able to make and have the stone in place while I am there so I can get a picture of it to put here. Thanks Sam
|Sam Charter||RE: mayse hixon|
I have contacted you before about Mayse. I have her listed in the 1895 Kansas census with her father George and his first wife Louisa Reynolds. George marries Lucy in 1902 and Mayse marries my Great grandfather in 1904. I bought a copy of the Hixon / Mc Bay book from Iva an couple of years ago but there was nothing in it about Mayse. I have been trying to figure out why but maybe she had left so early and died in 1919 that nobody remembered her. Any thing on George and his family would be great. Thanks Sam
There is also Frankie that is a uncle
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