|SJ Oregon (#47533878)|
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I moved to North-Central Kansas in late 2008, which gave me a whole new starting place for family history research! My grandmother Elsa Opal Long Vandecar (1896-1996) was the family historian, and for the last 15 years or so I've been trying to continue her legacy.|
You are welcome to copy any of my gravestone photos onto other genealogy or family history websites; no need to credit me. Helping other family historians by gathering those photos is my way of paying forward all the help I've received!
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|delkan||Theodore & Clara B. Hemphill|
Thanks so very much for posting headstone pictures of my great grandparents in the Belleville, KS cemetery. I've looked often hoping it would get done and I'm over 4 hours away, so I appreciate your taking the picture, and with such good quality that you can read the stone. What a joy you have given me.
Added by delkan on Oct 31, 2014 4:39 AM
|Tejas||Edwin and Bertha|
Thanks again. I'll take care of them.
Added by Tejas on Sep 28, 2014 5:43 AM
Sure it's Edwin L. Rodgers #95943886. Thank you for your time.
Sloan Rodgers (Tejas)
Added by Tejas on Sep 27, 2014 11:03 AM
Hello. Sorry I didn't get back to you. I can manage Ed's page if you like.
Added by Tejas on Sep 27, 2014 7:15 AM
|Amy Robbins-Tjaden||James Robbins/Robins|
Thank you for adding a photo of his tombstone. It was an emotional thing to see. I appreciate you.
|David F. Cross MD||Haskett-Beleville|
Many thanks for you effort
|Carl Catherman||infant Craig|
Thank you very much for adding the information I sent for this memorial.
|David F. Cross MD||RE: Louise Hicks Haskett Belleville|
Much appreciated. David Cross
|David F. Cross MD||Louise Hicks Haskett Belleville|
S. J. Oregon,
Many thanks for obtaining the photo of Louisa Haskett (my great grand mother).
While you were in the Belleville Cemetery did you notice a marker for her husband, Eli Haskett (1847-1930.) He is listed in the plot with Louisa on the cemetery record BUT he died in the National Veterans Home in Hampton, Virginia, and is believed to be actually buried in the National Cemetery there. Perhaps a cenotaph in Belleville for "Father?"
|L. B.||Elsie Robertson|
Thank you for adding a picture of Elsie tombstone.
It is greatly appreciated.
Added by L. B. on Aug 13, 2014 9:03 AM
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