I do the Bagby Family Genealogy & their in laws. It's been a kick, I have met some real nice people. I hate to admit that some graves I will never find of my realitives. I will keep trying. 99.9% of all I have listed are related to me. ----------------------------- new bagbyfamily web site http://bagbyfamily.tribalpages.com
It will hyperlink you to several other websites that i have done
------------------------------- Reed & Milnes names http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/a/g/Sandy-Bagby-Missouri/index.html ---------------------------------- old Bagby web site http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/a/g/James-Bagby/index.html
Here is a special thank you to all that have helped with photos, additions & corrections. You make it all possible. Merry Christmas & a Happy new year James M Bagby Indep. MO
RE: Head & foot stones Rhoadesville is not a town. It is an unincorporated rural village that was a train stop 100 years ago. It is nothing more than a bend in the road now with a zip code. There are no politicians and there are no family members who would remember anyone buried in this tiny cemetery. As this cemetery is on my property and I am the caretaker I ask that you transfer this cemetery to me so that I can provide the proper documentation for who is buried here. Thanks so much, Angie
Cole Younger Stones I wonder if I might have your permission to use the photo of Cole Younger's headstones for my family website. See http://beach-mcininch.com/mcininch/mcininch-cemeteries.html to see how I plan to use the photos.
RE: Burial Site The cemetery you have listed as Thomas N. Rhoades cemetery is the cemetery on my property. The cemetery is a private family cemetery and is not a public cemetery therefore it is not up to a tiny country village with only a church and a post office to place memorial. I was in touch with members of the descendant Rhoades family several years ago who were looking into having a family stone placed but to date have not done so. My husband and I maintain the cemetery as per the notation on the photo placed on Find A Grave by Christina Gibson. I am the Mrs. Rapids notated on your cemetery description. My home sits on the site of the old Tavern and cabin the family lived in.
Burial Site Hi, I see you have Susan Rhoades Britton listed as being buried at Rhoadesville Baptist Church Cemetery. She is buried in the cemetery in my back yard, not at the church. Her death certificate also indicates her burial in the private cemetery. Research indicates children born prior to her marriage to Isaac Britton of whom more than one are also buried in the private cemetery. Please feel free to contact me. My cemetery has only stones marking head and feet with at least 9 adults and a few children.
Maj Gen Byron S. Bagby Every time I see a photo of this fine gentleman tears come to my eyes. He is a black man whose mother worked in our home. She had a plan for him. Reality exceeded her dreams. I think when he retired he was the chief of NATO. There are many blacks in Callaway county, MO (nearly adjacent to Randolph county); but my research indicates there were only two or three men who came from Virginia about 1820.