|A leaf on the Jenkins/Payne tree||Marie Catherine Hatten Blades|
Thanks so much for the update!
|j. bradley||John W. Shuck|
Hi! Have made edit's to John's, Ella's & Glenn B. Shuck's memorials. Also added info in the flower portion of Glenn's memorial. Not related. Had been doing research into his background due to a photo that I came across. Thanks
|Darryl Diemer||Maude Bentley|
You have incorrectly linked Maude Bentley as the spouse of John E. Bentley in Mount Olivet Cemetery in Hannibal, MO. Maude was his daughter, not his wife. John E. Bentley was married to Clara W. (Lane) Bentley. John and Clara had five children:
- Nettie (1865-1935)wife of George H. Shepardson
- Maude (1867-1958)
- Alice (1870-1958) wife of Theodore G. Rendlen
- John W. (1880-?)
- Bessie (1882-1944)
All of them are buried in Mount Olivet except John W. Bentley (I have no further information on him)
|Lisa O||David and Margaret Smith|
Pleasant View Cemetery, Oskaloosa... I'd like your permission to copy your photo for my public family tree? Of course I'll credit you and findagrave. Thank you for your consideration ~Lisa
Added by Lisa O on Dec 05, 2013 4:31 PM
|Kathleen Cambiano||Bedford Cemetery, Bedford MO|
You took a picture of Charles W Allin and Elizabeth A Allin's tombstone in Bedford Cemetery, Bedford MO.
Dr. Allin was married prior to Elizabeth A Rickerson.
He was married to a Mary A Hoffman (not positive of name but that is what the marriage license looks like).
I really believe that the 1st wife would be buried in Bedford cemetery also. By any chance, did you see a headstone with that name on it? Was the cemetery hard to get to?
|Mary Haynes Page||RE: Lawrence sebers|
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|Mary Haynes Page||sebers|
thank you nancy for your fasr response and all your hard work
|Mary Haynes Page||Lawrence sebers|
Could you transfer Lawrence Sebers to me as he is family#53165354
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|Judith Partin||RE: re: Elizabeth Richey's photo|
You are very welcome. I really enjoyed doing the first few and when I got to the screen for hers I did see one already there but thought that my exposure was sharper and brighter so went ahead and put mine in anyway. I hope the other person doesn't mind. Also Elizabeth's was covered in leaves and dirt so I poured a little water over it to bring out the lettering.
It is so sad to see the broken and cracked stones lying on the ground. I wish something could be done-there are so many like that. If you need any others in the area let me know but I am going to have to wait for the weather to improve before I go out again.