|Eva Pippin Flowers (#47244686)|
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< a href="http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=FAG#">NAME< /a>
Please copy and paste the above statement and then delete the space between the first < and "a" and then after the last name< and /.
(This is because I am always forgetting how to do it! :)
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|Rick ||RE: Henry Lowell Woolard|
You are more than welcome. My wife and I go together, and it is good exercise and a way to give back. Anytime,
Added by Rick on May 22, 2015 9:00 AM
Do you have memorial numbers for his parents John Edward and Mary Emma (Parker) Clifton and his siblings Minnie Emma and Elsie Clifton? I need those before I can connect them.
Added by leslie on May 19, 2015 8:46 AM
|Cameron Herrell||RE: Erma Pippin|
Erma Pippin - I probably got it from her obit at the library - Lone Oak Township is a part of Bates County, Mo.
"No Marker" James is buried between
The Tudor Family and The Kaetzel Family
Added by Patty on May 11, 2015 7:15 PM
|CABrown||RE: Norbert Kamholtz|
You're welcome. I didn't run across the others the day I was up there.
Added by CABrown on May 07, 2015 3:44 AM
|James Bianco||Mirick Hitchcock|
Great to hear everything is now all set, Janet Muff (the member who photographed Mirick's gravestone) and I worked together to get everything all set. Glad you are pleased with the result! Jim
THANK YOU So much for the kind words. Really needed that right now. :) Unfortunately there have been a few demanding, bossy people on findagrave. The message you send reminded me of why I contributed to findagrave. I have no information regarding Ernestine. Wish I could help you out. Best of luck in your future searches. THANKS AGAIN. I really appreciated it.
Added by dells on Apr 27, 2015 9:50 AM
|Brandon O'Rear||RE: Aner (Bearden) Schockley|
Probably the only way to get the correct spelling of her name would be to find her birth certificate. I have found lots of misspelled names in the census, some in newspapers and even a few on gravestones. I guess the way it's spelled on the gravestone might be best. Thanks
|Brandon O'Rear||RE: Richard S|
I guess Aner is as good as anything, since it is on her gravestone. A lot of people in that day had little education and spelled it like they heard it. I have found lots of mistakes in newspaper obits, census and on gravestones. On her memorial you might put a "Note:" and list the different spellings of her name (might help someone some day).
|Brandon O'Rear||RE: Richard S|
Do you know what Mrs. Shockley's name really was? Is it (1) Ann; (2) Anna; (3) Aner? And how was her maiden name spelled (1) Beardon or (2) Bearden? The gravestone has Aner, but back then a lot of people couldn't spell very well and spelled it like it sounded to them. I have found a lot of mistakes in newspaper obits, census, & gravestones. If you know the correct spelling, I'll send edits. That will help people later on. Thanks
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