|randal nichoalds (#47900288)|
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Remember our Veterans for all their service and sacrifice. Love to do my walking in cemeteries as they are so peaceful. Spend time at Bellefontaine Cemetery in ST Louis as I have three generations on both sides of my mothers side buried there.|
Thank you in advance for any edits or added info that you may send to me as I Probably will not send individual messages.
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|Dan McGuire||RE: corland Harris|
I finally found what you are talking about. It looks like Find A Grave must have moved some pictures somehow. I noticed that there is another picture from that same cemetery posted by someone else. The other cemetery, by the way is Callens Branch Cemetery, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GSln=young&GSfn=myrtle&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=4&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=40208122&CRid=2277585&df=all&.
I will delete the pictures.
|Dan McGuire||RE: corland Harris|
Don't have a clue what you are talking about.
|Linda Billington Stewart||Robert G Moody|
You took a photos of this stone and I'd love to know more about the person.
My husband's 2nd great grandfather, Robert Gale Moody, was born in England in 1922. He died in New York in 1861. His wife and children moved to St Louis and many family members are buried at Bellefontaine. They are named Moody, Waite and Hill.
Robert's wife, Eleanor Caroline Waite, died in 1908, but her body was later moved to Bellefontaine. Her 14 yr old daughter from a second marriage is buried at Bellefontaine. Her name is Maud B Hill & I added a memorial based on her death record.
I can't help but wonder if Robert's stone was added later as a memorial. Would it be possible to learn more about this person?
Thanks so much.
Thanks for the tip. Someone made a memorial that was right, after mine so I deleted mine. Have a wonderful holiday.
Added by Terry on Dec 07, 2014 10:38 AM
|SearchShack||RE: John Shackford|
Thank you so much for the postings about these grave locations and the tip to the cemetery. I will write to or e-mail the cemetery as I continue to learn more about this particular SHACKFORD family line.
|Anna Jaech||Edmund Wyman|
The photos are lovely. How very kind of you. I'm wondering, are the cremations in your listing personal to you, or St. Louis cremations in general? I have several.
|Don Hennenhoefer||RE: Randall Drullinger|
Good evening.. Randy was my fiance's uncle. https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-90.8850268,305m/data=!3m1!1e3 <-- aerial view of cemetery location.. behind house in the center.. you start to see a clearing and before where the field sits, on the left if where the family cemetery is (surrounded by iron fencing). Physical location is behind 1657 (approx) Lily Marie Rd off May Rd. Randy was cremated and his cremains are interred there. The next time I'm out there (my fiance's mom & step-father have property just up from the cemetery), I'll be happy to provide photos for you.
|Sebastian||David Joy Burnett, Jr|
That you for the update and photo. I added the information you sent.
|bbphar||RE: Alice Onions|
Thanks very much for following up on that and letting me know about Alice's burials. It's so interesting to learn these things, both for family and historical reasons. I ran into something similar with another relative who was buried in City Cemetery in 1858, according to her death record.
But then I learned that all bodies of those buried there were relocated in 1865 and that the cemetery became the Benton Park neighborhood. So I have no idea where my maternal great-grandmother is buried. Her name was Sarah (Ogilsby) Haskins, born about 1811 in Virginia and died April 19, 1858, in City Hospital. I mention this because someday maybe you'll see her grave in Bellefontaine or other old St. Louis cemetery and, if so, I hope you'll be inspired to create a memorial. I'm so grateful for your contributions to my family's stories.
Added by bbphar on Nov 14, 2014 10:52 PM
Thank you so very much for the Clay memorial transfer! Without you creating, I'd not have known where he was buried...or the death date. Seems there are many loose ends, but I'll try my best.
And, yes, I agree that we must all remember our veterans! Your contributions are many and much appreciated!!!
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