|Thomas Mick (#46856506)|
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Husband, Dad, Genealogist, Geocacher, Mountain Climber, Marathon Runner.|
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|Linda Hax||Link Request|
Please link Richard C. Plummer # 25398266
with his mother, Martha Ann Jones Plummer Ray, memorial #79713642.
|Robert Miller||George W. & Wife Mittie (Sparks) Young & Son Thomas Ralph Young|
I truly, and I dearly (THANK YOU) for the transfers of My Young Family Members, George W. & Mittie (Sparks) Young and their wonderful SON, Thomas Ralph Young all 3 of their memorials. This is a major blessing to I - Bob Miller.
You Are A Blessing Also, And I Want To Say "THANK YOU" For Beening A Member Of This Most Wonderful Site www.findagrave.com
May Our Lord Continue To Bless You Always.
Blessings In Christ Always,
Eva Mae Deeringer (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=99166025) and her husband James Bernard Wagner are linked twice under spouses. Is that something you can correct?
Added by themick on Jun 14, 2014 7:09 PM
|Cherryl Whitcraft Gray||Thomas W. King|
I think the year 1873 was correct.
|Cherryl Whitcraft Gray||RE: Thomas King @ Estes Cemetery|
Thank you for investigating.
|Cherryl Whitcraft Grayfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Regarding Thomas W. King #30519474, are you sure the inscription is 8 yrs 3 mos? If so this is not the Thomas W. King circulating in Ancestry.com. He would have been about 78 yrs old in March 1873.
|Anderson||Mattie May Mick Parker|
My name is Jerry Anderson and my Find A Grave# is 47573907. I requested a photo of stone for Mattie May Mick Parker #25628321 and was told that there is no stone on grave. You may need to enter this information on the memorial so that someone else doesn't request a photo. I happened to run across the memorial for Mattie. She was married to Harrison Benjamin Parker. He was married to my grandfathers sister.
Added by Anderson on Apr 27, 2014 2:27 PM
|KUfan||RE: James & Margaret Taylor|
You are welcome.
Added by KUfan on Mar 30, 2014 3:34 AM
|NANCY W||RE: Helen (Walsh) Fernkopf, 34385200|
Thanks for letting me know.
Added by NANCY W on Mar 28, 2014 9:27 AM
|Royal Valley Middle School Students||RE: Charles Bronk & William Hewitt|
Here is some information for Richard Cook.
Richard M. Cook, a Civil War veteran, was born in 1836, in new Brunswick, New Jersey. Richard fought for the Union, in the 7th Kansas, Cavalry, Company C. His Regiment fought in some battles like Little Blue November 11, 1861 and Western Missouri (till January 31, 1862) and the battle of Mine Creek. He was married and had two children. After the war Richard and his family moved to Holton, Kansas. Richard was the Superintendent of the Pottawatomie Indian schools. Richard died at his home in Holton, Kansas on Friday, May 3, 1895. He is buried in Holton Cemetery in Holton Kansas, Jackson County.
Information gathered from the following sources
Soldiers and Sailors Database, NPS
The Holton Recorder, May 9, 1895
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