I will answer any questions that are submitted. Corrections and updates are always welcome. Please put Findagrave and person's name on subject line so that your e-mail does not get sent to spam. In Kentucky, Missouri and other states, I am researching SCOBEE, McINTIRE, BURROUGHS, HOWARD, BROHARD, and others. In Minnesota, North Dakota, Kansas and other states, I am researching OLSON, JACOBSON, HOEL, KNAPP, and others. In Pennsylvania and Michigan, I am researching BRADLEY, MURRAY, KEARNEY, KIBLER, DONALDSON, HIPPS, KIRKPATRICK, DIETRICH, BRUSCHITSKI and others. For my favorite Grandson, I am researching HATCHER, WESTERFIELD, and STREHL/STRAHL in Kentucky and Indiana. Will be happy to share info.
William and Cordelia (Scobee) Robison are the great-grandparents of my husband. We went to Novinger, MO this past weekend and visited the Novinger Cemetery. If you visit the page on Find A Grave for William Robison, you can see the headstone that we photographed.
There are two unmarked plots immediately to the left of William's grave and we are going to talk to the cemetery association about whether or not Cordelia is interred there. (We are also planning at some point to get a permanent grave marker for them both.)
Unless she is buried in another part of the cemetery, I don't think there is a grave marker for her. If you have any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RE: Crabtree Photo Requests My wife and I have taken photo's of several of the cemetery sections at Paris. I did not have a photo of Bessie, so she either doesn't have a stone or she might be with the Scobee's. We are still working at getting all the sections photographed and I will keep on the look out for hers. David and Susan
Daisey Duncan Hi Shirley! I saw your post asking for a photo of Daisey's grave stone. I am sorry to tell you that there is no stone for her at St. Paul's, as I have photographed every known stone & marker at the cemetery. This does NOT mean that a stone never existed but, that a stone or marker is no longer there. Are you related to Shirley? I am doing a book on this old cemetery and welcome any and all info that I can gather, as I am trying to add as much genealogy to each burial as I can obtain. A copy will go to the church and a copy will be placed at the Western Ky. Univ. special collections library.
Re: Charles Edward Green Hi Shirley, Thank You for visiting my beloved Dad's memorial. I loved your comment " This couple celebrated 62 plus years of marriage, marelvous. ". Yes, they did indeed and set an example to their Children, Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren. This coming Jan 31 they would have celebrated 63. Thank you for bringing a smile to my face in your lovely comment and visiting his Memorial. I hope you had a Blessed Merry Christmas, Wishing you a Happy, Healthy New Year filled with Blessings in 2016. Thank you again, it meant much to me, more than you know.
Fiskville Cemetery Hi, Shirley - I've claimed the 3 photo requests you made for graves in the Fiskville Cemetery. However, as I was looking at the database for the burials in Fiskville Cemetery and didn't find Helen King or John King or George Williams with the same birth/death dates as the ones you're looking for: