I am a member of Daughters of the American Revolution, the Jamestowne Society, Descendants of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence, the National Huguenot Society, and the Colonial Dames of the 17th Century. I just love researching family histories. I taught Jr. High English in the public schools for fourteen years. I was an Elementary Counselor and a librarian for fifteen years.
I would love your contributions to the pages I've added. I especially want pictures of the people I have listed here. I am taking pictures of all the tombstones in my area in order to preserve family histories for future generations, especially those who wish to join DAR and other societies. I want to honor these people and truly wish for them to be "Gone but Not Forgotten." I want to create a page for each person with pictures and biographical information. My DAR webpage is at www.mssdar.org/noahcole.
Mary Bozarth I m posting a photo for her, the stone is down and broken off, done the best I could with what we had to work with. James does not have a stone. You might see if the Shelby County museum has him listed. I have requested the info for sometime and have not received it so he may not be listed Mary is buried next to Susan in Old Shelbina believe its block 6
I've noticed you've done so much work on this family. I was wondering if there was any new information on who might be the father of Isabell's daughter, Achsa (Axie, Ettie). She is in my line and would very much like to confirm who her father is) and if Michael Vestral was her father, as well as Obediah's).
Mary Temprance Hicks-Hogan I have her obit and she is suppose to be buried at Mount Pisgah cemetery, Texas Co. Mo. NO STONE I am guess, since she is not listed. There is a DC --her name is Temprance M. Hogan on the DC. Her parents were William H.& Laura Williams Hicks. She is not listed as their child on Find A Grave. She was born 30 Jul 1894 and died 14 Aug 1935. She married John B. Hogan 5 Jun 1916. I have tried to tie John in with my husband's family but NO luck. I will give the Obit to Carloyn Tillford. Sheila
Grave stone date Hello Linda, I am a decedent of David Bunch Find A Grave memorial # 9552538. On the bio it says that he was born on March 12 1840 but it seems that the marker says the year was 1833. The picture on Find A Grave is partially obscured by flowers. Are you close to the Bunch Family Cemetery? Could you take a picture of the monument that doesn't have the obscured dates? I would like to make sure this is the correct David F Bunch for my records. Thank you! PS- I am a member of Find A Grave and can take pictures of San Francisco area cemeteries.
Eliza Burgess Linda, there was no DOD on the temporary marker, and it didn't appear there ever was, so I don't think the cemetery/funeral home records have that info. I'll be in Clinton Henry Co. early Apr and intend to spend time in the historical section of the library. If I find anything I will let you know. They have an extensive collection of old newspapers on fische, but I would need to know at least an approximate date.
RE: Eliza Burgess Would you send the memorial # for Eliza. I don't have a memorial for her so must have added photo to someone else's memorial. There are 733 memorials for Eliza Burgess so too many to check individually.
RE: Charles V Dixon You are correct, those are not the same Dixons. The one I have interest in is Memorial# 11060327. I think he and Emma Hensley divorced shortly after their marriage in 1907. My interest is in finding info on Emma Hensley and my hope was that by finding more info on Charles V Dixon would lead to Emma. I believe she was married several times.
Emma P Hensley married Charles V Dixon in Miller County, Missouri on May 26, 1907. Emma is related to Joseph T and Tabitha (Jarrett) Hensley, and Charles is related to Thomas J and Melcena (Abbett) Dixon. Both the Dixon family and the Hensley family were living in Osage Township, Miller County, Missouri in the 1900 census.
Emma P may be Emma Olive and she may have used the name of Helen. Any help is appreciated.