|Kevin Whitehead (#46851871)|
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|Genealogy Bug Kate||RE: Phillip E Fisher 90047451|
Links made. Thanks.
The links have been made. Thanks for sending them!
|Melody Roswell||Elizabeth Ackles/Brown|
I am Elizabeth Amanda Ackles/Brown great grandniece and you have a picture of the cemetery sign up on Mt. Olive Cemetery, Shafter, Linn Co. MO. I am wondering if you would mind me having a copy of that photo? I would greatly appreciate it. Don't know if I will ever be able to get back there to take pictures myself sadly enough! I am hoping that someone might have a picture of this gravesite anyway.
Thanks, let me know?
I sent you an email with some questions. I hope that you get it!
Mrs. George Whitehead -- Eva Ruby Day was born June 3, 1877 in Macon County the daughter of Joseph Munn and Urmin Magee Day. She died at the Laughlin Hospital in Kirksville at the age of 77 years. She was married on Feb. 22, 1894 to George W. Whitehead, who preceded her in death Jan. 2, 1953. She had lived her entire life in Macon County. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors are: Two daughters, Mrs. Grover Brumback and Mrs. Raymond Wood, Macon; two sons, Hubert Whitehead, Peoria, Ill., and Omer Whitehead, San Bruno, Calif.; one foster son, Hubert Riedle, Las Banos, Calif.; and three half brothers, Hubert Snodgrass, Boise, Idaho, Charles Snodgrass, Dillon, Mont., and Earl Snodgrass, Sloan, Iowa. She also leaves seven grandchildren, Mrs. Leo Barnes, Lawrence, Kan., Clinton and Robert Brumback, Macon, Raymond Lewis Wood, Jr., Kansas City, Mary Jane Whitehead, San Bruno, Calif., and Virginia Lou and Homer George Whitehead, Peoria; and five great grandchildren, Charles, Harold and Judy Ann Barnes, Karen Sue and Terry Lee Brumback. (Contributed by Jen #47362231).
Added by Jen on Nov 12, 2012 11:33 AM
|Diane Gravlee||Mount Zion Cem photo|
Kevin, if you look at the Mount Zion Cemetery in Dunksburg, Johnson County, Missouri, you will see that the same church photo is posted there for that cemetery as is posted for the Mount Zion Cemetery in Warrensburg. Your photo of the cemetery for Mount Zion in Warrensburg is incorrect and needs to be deleted. I visited this cemetery in Warrensburg this week and knew right away that your photo didn't go with this cemetery, as the one I visited in Warrensburg had a wire fence around it and many, many trees and was near a private residence and there was no sign of a church building. Thanks in advance for the deletion. I have posted some photos of the cemetery, but they haven't been approved yet. Diane
Just a quick question to see if you could clarify some info. It has to do with the statement "Married Manda Lilly (1850-1873), Mar. 1874".
It would seem that the date of death occurred before date of marriage. Can you check on this? Thanks!
|bonnie richmond||Hiram Nathan Cantrell & Mary E. Richmond|
Keven, Thanks so much for posting the photo of Mary E. Richmond my G. Grandmother with her second husband Hiram N. Cantrell. She was married before to her 1st. cousin John B. Richmond and there was one son Charley Richmond born in 1875 who was my grandfather. He is often left out in the trees I have seen. My father was Alonzo Steven Richmond his first son born in 1908 in LA Co., California.
Sadly my G-Grandfather John B. Richmond was lynched in 1878 for the murder of US Marshal Cliff in KN and because he was also a noted horse and mule theif. My G-Grandmother Mary E. Richmond then married Hiram Nathan Cantrell in 1879 in MO. Thanks again, Alan S. Richmond
|Nancy Meadows||Magee-Moore Cemetery|
I'm a little late in saying this, but just wanted to thank you for putting me in touch with Opal Harris. She took us to the cemetery and has been a big help finding others in the area. So just wanted to thank you, too!
|Coastal Dweller||RE: Johnson|
It's so interesting to "bump into" cousins like you in genealogy-related places like Find a Grave! Please, please do hook me up with your other cousins who have ancestry.com trees posted so we can share what we have. Have you done genetic genealogical testing by any chance? I've tested with Family Tree DNA and 23 and Me.
Where are you now, if I may ask? I've been in S.F. again for 10 years after a long time away.
Sorry, Solomon's Find A Grave Memorial# is 17278610. Thankyou, T'Anna Harrington
Added by T`Anna on Feb 11, 2011 8:30 PM
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