|Reba Alsup (#46515710)|
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I was born Reba Morgan in Randolph Co, Arkansas. I have been interested in genealogy and old cemeteries for a long time.|
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|Angela Cable||RE: Doll house|
The Utah marriage, I think is Cecil's. Where did you find the marriage date for Henry and Malinda?
|Angela Cable||RE: Doll house|
Thanks, Reba. I did go up there a bit ago and got a photo of it. People are telling me that the wooden deal in the front, that used to be a window of some kind with curtains in it:
I've posted on an Ada county message board, two of Henry's sons are buried in Boise. If that doesn't work, I'll hit up the library there, see if they can pull obits or something from film.
Angela M. Cable
|Angela Cable||Henry Clay Livingston|
I'm looking for living descendants of Henry Clay Livingston, memorial 14016211, son of Thomas J. Livingston and Susan J. Alsup Livingston. Henry had two daughters buried here in Rock Springs, WY, Georgia and Wayne (at least this is what the newspaper says are their names). There is in the cemetery a, I don't know what to call it, monument? It's called the "dollhouse" here by oldtimers. I'm planning on going up there tomorrow to see if I can find it and photograph it. Anyway, evidently the thing is starting to come apart. A lady here, unrelated to the Livingstons, wants to pay to have repairs made to it, but the cemetery will not let her do that without permission from a family member. I believe I've found all of Henry's children, all are deceased, the grandchildren I've been able to trace, also all deceased, although I suspect there may be some still living. Evidently a family member *did* come here at one point in the past several years and had a plaque of some kind put on the dollhouse. Of course, nobody took down any contact information at all. So I know there's living kin somewhere, probably in Idaho, and I know that somebody cared enough to check on it. Any information you might have would be greatly appreciated.
Angela M. Cable
Sweetwater County GenWeb
|Rox||Henry Grady Alsup|
I wanted to let you know that I called the Maupin Funeral Home in Fulton, MO, where they did his funeral etc and the woman returned my call and told me that Henry was not buried he was cremated.
If you don't know how to remove him from the Mokane Cemetery I have gone through and written down the steps to give you:) so that if someone else is looking for him they will know what happened to him.
Step 1: Go to his memorial page and next to the word Burial it says (EDIT); click EDIT
Step 2: Click on OTHER
Step 3: Press CONTINUE
Step 4: General Info and Choose From List
Step 5: Add detained info if there is any
Step 6: Press SAVE CHANGES
If you have any questions or problems don't hesitate to ask me and I will do my best to help:)
Good luck and thank you. P.S. Please remove the photo request for his memorial as well too please.
Thanks again. Have a good one! Roxanne Weathers
Added by Rox on Mar 18, 2014 12:29 PM
|Rox||Henry G. Alsup|
Reba: I found Henry's full obituary on ancestry.com and I wanted to share it with you so you can add it to Find A Grave.
Henry G. Alsup, 74, of Mokane, MO. passed away Thursday, December 23, 2003 at the University of Missouri Hospital & Clinics in Columbia. He was born December 25, 1929 in Hayti, MO, the son of Jesse and Pricie (Austin) Alsup. On December 19, 1964 in Clayton, MO. he was united in marriage to Jeanette Berhmann. She survives at the home.In addition to his wife of 39 years, he will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by his daughters, Joann Lindermann and her husband, Henry of Steedman, MO. and Janet Alsup of Lafayette, IN and his granddaughter, Maggie Rose Lindermann.Mr. Alsup served his country in the U. S. Navy during the Korean War. He worked in the grocery business and later at the Callaway Nuclear Plant, which he helped build and where he helped with refueling. He was a member of the V. F. W. Post 2657 of Fulton, the Laborers Union of Jefferson City and enjoyed gardening. Family will receive friends on Monday, December 29, 2003 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the Maupin Funeral Home in Fulton. Memorial contributions may be made to the VFW. Post 2657, % Maupin Funeral Home, 301 Douglas Blvd. Fulton, MO 65251
Thank you. Rox
Added by Rox on Mar 18, 2014 10:37 AM
|Geno-seeker||R. B. Barber|
R. B. Barber is actually Robert Burton Barber. He is buried in a different lot than James C. Barber. Rachel died in Llano County circa 1885 and is probably buried there. I've linked James to Rachel. Sorry for the confusion.
Please remove the flower references to Rachel on Robert's memorial page. Thank you!
|John Zeese||Leroy Neulieb #52576980|
Could you please transfer Leroy's memorial to me #46547032. He is a cousin to me and I'm building a virtual cemetery for My deceased relatives. Thanks
|Linda Wayman||Re; Mike McBride|
Thank you so much for the information about Mike's parents. I added the links.
|Scott Yates||Mont Lee Hurt|
You asked if I had a picture of tombstone of Mont Lee Hurt. I do not have one, has far as I can tell I am not related to him. I have been trying to get the entire cemetery recorded. This spring when I go back out if I find his stone, I will record it.
|Madelyn Link||Troy Neal Alsup|
I thought maybe since you were an Alsup and had left candles spelling out the names Alice Pearl and Mansel Neal that you would have personal knowledge. I'll contact the lister.
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