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James Richards
Herman and Lura Meredith
Hi, you have created memorials for Herman and Lura Richardson. I have linked an infant child (d. 1946) of theirs to them.
Added by James Richards on Sep 21, 2015 9:00 PM
Clinton Slayton
Clarifying memorial 70216009
Sent an EDIT to help with the second wife of Wm E Richardson, here is the story from a newspaper for documentation:
NEWSPAPER: unnnamed, undated, but would be the paper that served Daviess co IN, poss Vincennes Times:
Greeting sister mourned as dead
The novel experience of being reunited with a sister they had not seen or heard from in forty-two years and whom they long had mourned as dead came to Mrs Martha McGuire and Ira and Mell slatton of Plainville today.
The sister, now Mrs. Marion Dukes, [sic - she was using Mrs Charley Allbrite until her death-CS] of Dallas, Texas, disappeared at the time of her marriage to Mr. Dukes when she was sixteen years of age. It was an elopement and all trace of her was lost by her relatives.
Mrs. Dukes has lived in Dallas for years. Her husband died there three years ago. Recently she decided to find her brothers and sisters and she passed last night in St. Louis, coming to Washington this morning. A taxicab took her on to Plainville. Mrs. Dukes has four children.
One of these children is Effie May Allbrite, second wife of Wm Eli Richardson.
Added by Clinton Slayton on Feb 03, 2015 6:49 PM
Durbin & Keaton Families
James Archie Durbin
Do you have any inforamtion on this person other than what is posted on the site?
My Great-great-grandfather was James Archie Kelley he married Mary Townsen they had a Doughter Frances Kelley who married William Durbin and a son named Archie Durbin... I'm trying to research this person but the cemetery phone number that is listed had been disconected.
Added by Durbin & Keaton Families on Jan 30, 2015 1:16 PM
RE: Sorry
It's okay, as long as the child is remembered, I am happy :)
Added by Angel on Dec 03, 2014 1:48 PM
Okay, I just figured it out. I was wondering about the two different memorials and apparently two different burial places for Madison Cundiff. Forgive my mind in my old age please :) I never did receive an answer for my question. But since the memorial was made by a relative, I figured she was actually buried in Kentucky.

Find A Grave Memorial# 11500261

Have a wonderful day :)

Added by Angel on Dec 02, 2014 10:12 PM
RE: Memorial 78298578
Hello...I don't believe I ever got a message from the person who owns that memorial, but I don't know what you mean about the "mother" being what I was questioning. Can you refresh my memory please?

Thank you,


I don't know if you got an answer from the owner of memorial 78298578, but I do believe inscription on her mother's grave marker is a cenotaph.
Added by Angel on Dec 02, 2014 10:08 PM
Shelia Ryle
Mary Jane Embry
I found the memorial you have for Mary Jane Embry buried at Needmore Cemetery. She was married to my grandfather James Ellis Embry. I have been trying to find more information about her. Are you related? I know that they adopted a child and the child died. I have been unable to find out any information about the child. I don't know if it was a girl or boy or where it is buried. I was wondering if you might know anything about this. Thank you, Shelia
Added by Shelia Ryle on Jul 28, 2014 6:20 PM
Jeanne Stevens
photo of George Awbrey
The photo of the headstone of George Awbrey posted in this website is incorrect! George and Weltha J. Awbrey have headstones in the front of the cemetery and their names are clearly legible on their stones. The stone that is posted in this website is incorrectly identified. It is the stone of George W. Awbrey, born 1856 and died 1860. This George is the grandson of George and Wealthy Awbrey, the son of John R. and Nancy Prewitt Awbrey. Please refer to the Kentucky birth records on Ancestry and you will find the info about this grandson. If you would like a current and correct photo of George Awbrey's headstone please contact me at as I just visited the cemetery.
Added by Jeanne Stevens on Jul 21, 2014 8:33 PM
Deb Mikels
Jacob Young Sr.
Between his three wives, Jacob had many children. I am entering/connecting them one by one. It has taken quite a bit of research to find and verify them all. Watch for more updates soon! :)
Added by Deb Mikels on Jul 21, 2014 10:46 AM
Deb Mikels
Van Young
Thanks Barrett!
Added by Deb Mikels on Jul 20, 2014 1:12 PM
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