|Stephen Nottingham (#47099079)|
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I was raised in Monrovia, Atchison County Kansas. I attended Monrovia Grade School, Atchison County Community High School in Effingham and graduated from Benedictine College. I have enjoyed a career as an art director/creative director in the Kansas City advertising community for over thirty years. My interest are Civil War history particularly the border war between Missouri and Kansas and the history of Monrovia and Atchison County Kansas.|
I am currently doing research on the Nottingham, Geiger, Parker, Yocum, Bradley and Ledington families.
I have a vested interest in the Monrovia cemetery as it overlooks and adjoins my family farm. My father served on the Monrovia cemetery board for many years and my younger brothers and I mowed that cemetery for most of our teenage years.
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I am researching the Yocoms as they are related to me. I see that you denied my edit for the Yocam memorials. Do you have any paperwork that discusses these Yocum's/Yocam's?
I'm sure it's just a typo on the stone, but I have edited over 150 Yocum's that were in reality Yocoms, even the stone said Yocom, so I want to be sure of the spellings.
Any info you have that could shed light on this would be great.
Thanks for all you do for Find a Grave.
|Margaret||Col. John Daum Pardee Cemetary|
Thank you for adding cemetery photos for Col. John Daum who was my maternal grandfather. My grandmother, Sarah Margaret Daum I believe is buried next to my grandfather. My grandmother Sarah Daum passed away the same time as John F. Kennedy's death in 1963. I just retired and now have more time to research my family background which I enjoy so much.
Added by Margaret on Mar 27, 2014 8:05 AM
|Marcelline Vaughan||Monrovia & Lancaster Cem.|
Thanks for all you have done. I started doing cemeteries in 1976. I wrote a book on Pardee and Farmington then. I am presently doing an ancestorial search on each person in the Lancaster Cemetery. Marcelline Vaughan
|Shirley Rakers||Weisenfeld updates|
Thank you so much for your very quick response to my requests.
|Sue ||Henry Hinks, died 1904, buried in Muscotah Cemetery|
Thank you so much for this obituary. My daughters and I searched microfilm of old newspapers and saw when he died and where he was buried, but never found this obituary.
Added by Sue on Oct 16, 2013 7:10 PM
I am trying to locate the graves of my GG Grandparents William R and Melisa Ann Drollinger. William's obituary shows he's buried in the Farmington Cemetery and Melisa Ann's obituary shows Pardee Cemetery which is one and the same I'm assuming. I found Merit Drollinger's (their son) grave at Pardee Cemetery but no mention of his parents. Do you know who would have the records for this cemetery in the event they are in unmarked graves? I would appreciate any help you can offer.
Added by VH on Oct 05, 2013 3:36 PM
|Roger Taft||Autobiography of Z.S. Hastings|
Where did you come by the subject document?
Roger Taft (Great Grandson of Z.S.)
|Bug||Find A Grave-Van Kleeck|
Stephen, thank you so much for the photos of David and Maria Van Kleeck's headstones. Really much appreciated. Bug
Added by Bug on Sep 03, 2013 8:15 PM
|Eileen||Floyd John Buckman, Muscotah cemetary|
Hi Could you link Floyds parents to his find a grave? Herman dad # is 112615439 Alfrieda mom # is 112615597 thanks Eileen Smith Galloway
Added by Eileen on Aug 25, 2013 12:47 PM
|Kasson Mel||William Hubbell--oops|
(It would have helped had I cut and pasted the obits...oops..)
Mrs. Frances Hubbell, an aged lady and an old resident of Jackson county died at her home in
this city on Thursday, January 5, 1905. Frances O'Meara was born near Montreal, Canada, August
20, 1829. In 1835 she removed with her parents to Peru, Indiana, where she was married to
William Hubbell in 1849. To them were born seven children, of whom Agnes died in infancy and Ellen at the age of eighteen. The remaining children are Frank, of Globe, Arizona, Roger, of St. Joseph, Mo., Douglass and Joseph, of Holton. The family came to Kansas in 1871 living for a time in Centralia and Effingham, and in 1879 settling in Jackson county near Netawaka. Mr. Hubbell, the husband, died in 1880 in Nevada. About two years ago Mrs. Hubbell moved into Holton. From her infancy she has been a member of the Catholic church .... She leaves a brother, Thos. O'Meara, of Onaga and another at Effingham. The former was in attendance at the funeral also a nephew Frank O'Meara of St. Marys ... remains taken to St. Anne's cemetery at Effingham for burial .... The Holton Weekly Signal, January 11, 1905.
Local and Personal. Tom O'Meara and Miss Anna O'Meara were in Holton this week attending
the funeral of a sister of the former. - Onaga Republican. The Holton Recorder, January 19, 1905.
Personal Mention. Mr. Tom Hubbell and daughter Anne, of Hiawatha, accompanied the remains of
the late Mrs. Hubbell to Effingham Saturday for burial .... The Tribune, January 13, 1904
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