|Floyd Strader (#46917613)|
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I have been doing cemetery and family research in Boone Co for almost 40 yrs. I have tracked down cemeteries in many odd places. I have searched for cemeteries that have become only memories due to various reasons. My cemetery photo collection covers even some stones that have been moved - lost or just disappeared. |
If you have questions about the location of any cemetery - stone - or need additional photos of any cemetery I will try to help.
Some photos may not be quite up to what I
would like. As such as time and all permits
I will be retaking as necessary. If you
find one that you would like a better pic of
- please notify me which one it is and I will correct.
It has been brought to my attention that
there are some people posting cemetery
listings on FAG that they get by going to
their local libraries and copying from work
done by others. Then they 'restrict' your entering info on anyone without
their ''permission'' or you HAVE to send
them the info for them to enter.
I will not have any contact with those
people. All they are doing are looking
for their 'glory' in the number of names
that they can post.
If someone wants to post info to anything
that I have listed - I will either transfer
the listing to them or they can send me the
info and I will post it for them. I do not
restrict anyone from using my listings -
and even will assist in making any
corrections if necessary.
If anyone has questions about my work -
contact me - as I have stated before -
I have been doing this for over 40 yrs.
And I personally have visited every cemetery that I post info or pictures on.
I have even found some photos that I have
taken posted on other sites under someone
elses name. The people that do that need
to remove them unless they have asked my permission and credit me or anyone else
who did take the photos. If I find any
photos that are mine used without my
permission under someone elses name - I
will take action.
The best way to get info about any family
members on FAG is to contact a person that
lives in the area. They will know more
about the family - cemetery or other info
then someone who never has been in the area.
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|Jerry||Leo Modaff at Memorial|
Leo Nicholas Modaff, 90, St. Peters, died Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at his home. Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, April 24, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Columbia, MO. Burial will follow at Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation will be held on Thursday, April 23, 2015 from 5-8 p.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
Leo was born on November 1, 1924 in Aurora, Illinois, the son of the late Charles and Rose (Kieffler) Modaff. He was united in marriage to Blanche (Doerr) Modaff, on July 10, 1954 at St. Joan of Arc Church in Lisle, Illinois.
Leo is survived by, two sons, Leo (Janet) Modaff, Jr of Tulsa Oklahoma and William (Julie) Modaff of St. Peters, Missouri; one daughter, Mary (Wayne) Buckner of Columbia; eight granddaughters, Melissa and Nicole Long, Michelle, Emily and Sarah Modaff, and Abby, Sydney and Kylie Modaff and 2 great-grandsons, Peyton and Landon.
Leo served in World War II in the Army Medical Corps in France. Leo was the Chief of the Nursing Service at the Harry S Truman VA Hospital in Columbia, and was with the Veterans Administration hospital system for over 40 years. After retiring from the VA he was an assistant professor at Louisiana State University-Alexandria in the Nursing School; he was also a member of the Sacred Heart Parish Council, State Director for the AARP, a board member of the local N.A.R.F.E. Chapter, Leo attended Mass daily for many years and held Sacred Heart Church very close to his heart.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Sacred Heart Church Foundation.
Added by Jerry on Apr 26, 2015 3:38 PM
|Lynn||Link to spouse|
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|Ann Gardner||RE: Mary Byrum/Byram|
Thank you ---- A note on the memorials about the variation in the spelling of the name would be good. This is probably a problem that happened with the Americanization in the spelling of the name.
|mtw||Alexander M. Whitten memorial (84665788)|
Dear Floyd, I just made an edit to Alexander's memorial to add places of birth & death. Let me explain about his birthplace so that you will understand the edit. "Big Lick" was the original name of Roanoke, VA. The name was changed in either the late 1870's or early 1880's. Alexander was married to a cousin of mine & I discovered this while doing family research. I hope that you will approve the edit. Thank you so very much. Monty Williams.
Added by mtw on Mar 31, 2015 4:51 PM
|John Sloan||Find A Grave Memorial# 73522051|
Thank you for taking and posting the photo for Lutie Ann Barkwell
|ronald conrad||Claud C. Cox|
Thanks for the headstone photo of Claud. It is very much appreciated. Have a great day.
|Valerie Neal||Clara Whitesides|
Thank you for the headstone photo!
Thank you for transferring Rusty's memorial.
All the best,
I have a copy of an old Boone County, Missouri map. It shows a Evans Cemetery north of Rucker, Boone County, Missouri. Mom says Kirt Evans lived there at one time. he is Buried at Perche Church Cemetery.
This marking is no more than a mile north of Rucker and on the west side of the road. I remember Gene and Rose Robinson living about where this is. If I am not mistaken Rose was a Evans, maybe even Kirt Evans daughter.
Do you know anything of this?
If I have asked this before I am truely sorry but my memory is not as good as it once was.
Added by Jerry on Feb 10, 2015 4:01 PM
|Rebecca Childers||Lycurgus Botkin|
I believe you have made an error as to what is on his tombstone regarding his Civil War Service. You have that he was in the 76th, but it is actually the 178th, according to records, and if you look closely that is what is on the tombstone. Just thought you may want to update.
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