|Meri Jo "Parks" Clark (#47422275)|
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I love graving and making new discoveries in ancestry research.|
Please use any of my photos for your own research or others. I am not concerned about credit but would just like to see them used to help others in their research.
Most of my memorials are family, but you are more than welcome to ask about transfers, please use the suggestion tab or email me. My research includes the following names, Parks, Lamfers, Jaquis, Duncanson, Clark, Brown, and Robbins. I am in the Ozarks and if you need anything please just ask.
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|Janet Marie||John Dawes # 158937571|
I photographed all of Burr Oak Cemetery in 2015. I did not find a marker for John Dawes at that time. Sorry!
|brian reese||john and nancy bellinger reese|
John & nancy are my great great grandparents the reason john has a side view is he was cutting weeds with scycle and a spur went into his eye and lost his eye due to it just a little info john and his sister martha married brother and sister bellingers martha is buried in la porte city ia westview cemetery
|Vikki Trewolla Bolles||Walter Davis|
I saw that Walter Davis is your 6X great gpa. He is my 6X as well. Through his son James. Let me know if you want to trade info. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Cheryl B. Nesmith||John Kirk II|
Yes, it says he was in the Revolutionary War, yet the site also says he was in the CSA. He died in 1850 so there is no way he could have served with the Confederacy. He probably had sons who served with the Confederacy. Thanks! Cheryl B. Nesmith
|Larry Tally||RE: Maggie Kline|
You are most welcome. Thank you for requesting the photo.
The John Kirk from Giles county.
Oct. 10, 1754
Death: Dec. 10, 1850
Was in the Rev. war I think it says he was in the
CSA on the site.
Although he had sons with the CSA
Added by Ron on Feb 20, 2014 10:01 AM
|Steven Smith||Nancy Caroline Parks Hankins|
I'm curious if you know whether the marriage of William C (P) Hankins and Nancy produced, as the census seems to show, Sarah Hankins b abt 1874, and if she is Florence Sarah or perhaps Sarah Florence Hankins who married Milton Patterson? I descend through William's first marriage to Rebecca Hunt. Thanks Steve
|Sherri Polson||Leon Lashbrook|
Ulysses's son, was born and died on 28 Jan 1895. I know he is at Harlington Cemetery there in Waverly Iowa. Do you know if there is an actual stone for him? Thanks Cousin. Sherri
|T ||RE: John and Nancy Reese|
What information would you like added? I don't really know that much about him or nancy. you don't have any photos?
Added by T on Jan 14, 2013 12:58 PM
|Hiesela||G W Adair|
Hello Meri.. since there is already a photo for G W Adair on the memorial page at Riverside Cemetery I just posted a family plot photo for him. If you click on the photo you can read who is buried where in that plot. The photo on the memorial page is the actual photo taken in Riverside Cemetery Iowa but if you look at the close up of the stone you will read it is engraved that he is actually buried in Smith Center Kansas. Hope this helps you. Have a great week!
Added by Hiesela on Oct 21, 2012 9:21 PM
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