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Jim (#46911522)
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Bio Photo The primary surnames I am researching are Austin, McMurry, Howard, Bailey, Sammons, Fry, Neer, Frey
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wonderer
RE: Magdalena Zarnovski Austin
Sent the information you want added and I will see to it that it gets added.
Added by wonderer on Jan 04, 2011 9:11 AM
Kathy (Kuenstler) Hursta
RE: Mahala Parker (Dunlap) Kent
Jim,
I understand what you are saying and why but if someone is doing a search on her as Kent in that cemetery, she is first on the New Hebron Cemetery list instead of listed under Kent because (Dunlap) needs to be listed in () in the same space as her Maiden name so she is alphabetically under Kent.

I hope this is understandable.
Added by Kathy (Kuenstler) Hursta on Nov 29, 2009 8:43 PM
ChuckNorris
RE: Robert Rook
Your very welcome Jim. I already had it on my computer but had not had a chance to put it on the memorial yet. Summer has been busy!
Added by ChuckNorris on Jul 12, 2009 6:11 PM
Deb Poe
RE: Minerva Pulley grave
Hi
I posted the pictures of Minerva Pulley, Devrix and James Sammons. Glad to help :) Have good summer!

Deb Poe
Added by Deb Poe on Jun 26, 2009 6:29 PM
Deb Poe
RE: Minerva Pulley grave
I did see Combs graves in the small fenced in area. My daughter is stopping by there today to find Minerva Pulley stone. Do you know who are babies buried next to Joseph and Sarah? Are they related to Joseph and Sarah?
Did you want the pictures of their stones?

Deb Poe:)
Added by Deb Poe on Jun 26, 2009 2:32 PM
Deb Poe
Minerva Pulley grave
Jim,

I also did look for her grave and didn't find her stone.
There were alot of broken and missing stones. If you have any other information I would be glad to check again. Deb Poe
Added by Deb Poe on Jun 24, 2009 11:02 PM
Deb Poe
Sammons graves
Jim,
I was at the Alcona Cemetery near Webster Lake. It is a small cemetery with stones that are broken and missing. I did find Joseph and Sarah Sammons. I posted photos to his memorial. If you do a memorial for his wife Sarah I will put pictures on it also.
I found two babies pretty close to Joseph and Sarah.
They were very hard to read. I had use pencil and paper rubbing to make sure what they said.

They read as follows:
Harold James son of J.H. & IVY Sammons Died Jan 5, 1908 age 7 ms

Cecil Infant son of J.H. & IVY Sammons died Mar 18,1906

There were also two small stones to the east of each of the babies with nothing on them.

I do have pictures of the these babies stones. But I didn't find Devrix d.1898 and James b.1894 d.1895

I walked the whole cemetery. If you know where in the cemetery they might be I could check again.
Hope this helps:)

Deb Poe
Added by Deb Poe on Jun 24, 2009 10:57 PM
Clinton Rodgers
RE: Blankenship
Jim,
The Blankenship's in my family are from West Virginia and Virginia. I do not know of any that went to Kansas, but if I find something new I'll let you know.

Thanks,
Clinton Rodgers
Added by Clinton Rodgers on Jun 17, 2009 6:32 AM
Clinton Rodgers
Howards in Kelloggsville
When I went to Kelloggsville Cemetery for you last year, I uploaded a ton of Howard's that I found in that cemetery. I meant to transfer them to you, but forgot to do so. Sorry.

Clinton Rodgers
Added by Clinton Rodgers on Jun 16, 2009 12:12 PM
Clinton Rodgers
RE: John Howard
Sorry that it took so long to create that link for you.
Added by Clinton Rodgers on Jun 10, 2009 10:26 AM
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