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I grew up on a cattle ranch in the Nebraska Sandhills, and as an adult have lived in Missouri, Bolivia, Missouri again, Germany, and now for about 20 years in Kentucky. I used to enjoy photography, writing in my blog, and other pastimes, but to be honest, I've been too obsessed with the family tree to work much on those things lately!|
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|Eric Atkisson||RE: Military headstone|
Sorry for the late reply! Yes, the VA will provide a free headstone but you would have to arrange for someone to receive and install it. This can be tricky if the grave in question is somewhere other than a proper cemetery that is still under management. Sometimes you can find local historical organizations that might do it, but you would almost certainly have to still pay someone. You would also need to get permission from the property owner if it's on someone else's private property now.
Hope that helps, and best of luck!
Wow, thank you for the memorial transfers. It is all I have of my father's side of the family. Thanks for being so generous.
|rocu||RE: Permelia Davis Pritchard Hunter|
I'm glad I was able to help you. Millie is my 3rd great grandmother. Let me know if you want to exchange more family info.
Added by rocu on Apr 02, 2014 1:23 PM
|Jack Harper||RE: Virginia Harper at Willoughby Cemetery|
Hello again - thank you for offering to transfer the memorial. That would be very nice and since you don't mind I could receive it with excitement. Marimon H. Harper is Virginia Harper's husband and if you could find it pleasing to do so I would also be thrilled to manage Marimon's as well.
I never met my father, a Harper out of Elbert County, Colorado. So being able to find my relatives has been extremely satisfying to one who met not one of his father's relatives.
Thank you for you kindness,
Descendant of Marimon and Virginia Harper
|Jack Harper||Harpers in Willoughby Cemetary|
Virginia #94206267 was the wife of Marrimon. Married 1832 (Ancestry.com). These folks represent my 2nd great grandparents.
Hi, Just to let you know that the book I had referred to has been printed. We only had 25 copies made because not sure of who would want one. Two cemeteries are in it-the Scotton/Scotten and the Burris-Hendricks. If you are at all interested, you are welcome to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is 300 pages, spiral bound and cost $14 plus shipping. I can tell you more if interested. Cyndie
Added by CTrue on Jan 30, 2014 6:52 AM
|CTrue||RE: Scotten Cemetery|
Genevieve-we are meeting with someone tomorrow to see about publishing a book on the scotten cemetery and the related families. You are welcome to contact me for more information.
Added by CTrue on Nov 24, 2013 4:07 PM
|Thomas Harned||Sarah Harned|
Thank you for the gravestone picture. We appreciate you and your work.
|CTrue||RE: Scotten Cemetery|
We also have Scotten/Scotton families in Sugar Creek Cemetery in Hancock County and I think Burris Cemetery also. I found the name spelled both ways when researching this family. I don't think that these people are in any way related to me/my husband. I just research the lines when I work with a pioneer cemetery because the people buried in them typically have some type of connection.
Added by CTrue on Nov 04, 2013 6:24 PM
Thanks for the OBit on Ruby.
I try to keep up on the memorials I entered.
He is not in my family. I a just a volunteer.
I will update his memorial tonight. As always I love new information.
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