|bill wealot (#47662130)|
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Returned to Missouri after spending 2001 thru 2010 in SE Pennsylvania. Presently working for the State of MO. so this is something I do in my spare time. My dad's family turned up in Lexington, MO. I believe in the 1880's orgins from Scottish and unknown orgins, my moms family has orgins in many different European nations, the most notable being the Rickey's of Scotland.|
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|Lela Parris Koch||RE: Quick cemetery|
I posted several memorials in the Quick Cemetery using Johnson County Historical Society records. The Lillian George information came from their records. They canvased the cemetery in the 1980's or 90's I think. I have not researched the George family.
My husband is off of the brother, Cornelius Quick, of Daniel C. Quick.
|Lela Parris Koch||Quick cemetery|
I can't tell you how thrilled I was to see your photos of the Quick Cemetery and it's headstones.
THANK YOU very much. I have waited a long time to see what the cemetery looks like up close.
|Daniel Estefano||RE: Lllian George (Quick Cem)|
I've been working on this line of the George family this week, just pulled out the book on the George family. Still checking, this line is broken up. As you can see, I did not create this page, it was transferred to me. Will do more research when I have time. Thanks for pointing this out.
|Daniel Estefano||Martha A. George George|
Great tombstone photo, thanks so much for this.
|Daniel Estefano||Lucy George|
Thanks very much for the tombstone photo.
|Daniel Estefano||James Wily George|
Thank you so much for the great photo; now I have better birth and death dates.
|Betty Walter||Gravestone photo|
Thank you so much for the gravestone photo for Elias Fry. Much appreciated.
|Montereygenealogist||RE: McFarland gravemarker pix|
Absolutely post the newly found McFarland
Let know who it is
|Montereygenealogist||George McFarland gravemarker pix|
Thank you so much. It is actually readable despite it's age and condition!
|Annette Hulse||Hulse gravestone, Blackwater Cem|
Johnson County MO
Thank you so much for posting this photo. John H Hulse (1844-1860) was the brother of my GG grandfather (Wm F Hulse). I have researched the family extensively and finding his death has always been a loose end. I have visited the cemetery but not found this stone. Thank you again!
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