|Mary Bittle (#47221173)|
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Forty-something, happily married to a great guy, and living "7 miles from nowhere" in Bates County, MO, a mile from the Kansas line. Two sons, the youngest is a student at University of Central Missouri. Genealogy and history are a couple of my many and varied interests. I garden, keep chickens and other poultry, and was "green" decades before it was "a thing." I was a semi-trailer mechanic (yep, a gal that didn't mind getting greasy) until my disability, and I also volunteer my time as a keyer/arbitrator (doing transcriptions) for the Ancestry World Archives Project. Those transcriptions get added to Ancestry.com to be searchable by anyone with a subscription, and many are available for free. I have an Ancestry subscription, and am trying to get all information available on there attached to each memorial I manage, as time allows. There are many resources there, and more are added all the time. I highly recommend the site.|
I am happy to transfer memorials I've made to family, all you need to do is ask. If there are errors on memorials I manage, please let me know.
My first "large" project will be to completely list the Woodfin Cemetery in Walnut Township, Bates Co., MO. Between my disability and "real life," though, it's slow going. I am determined to complete Woodfin, no matter how long it takes. :-)
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Thank you for making Woodfin Cemetery your project; you help all of us who can't get there. You have photographed the grave of Mary Adeline Woods, wife of Gabriel Shrewsberry. Catherine Latimer is also buried with them. Catherine Latimer is Mary Adeline Latimer Woods half sister. Catherine Latimer died in 1900.
Added by Pstreet1 on Nov 15, 2016 10:07 PM
|PrairieYesteryear||Thanks for Woodfin Cemetery Grave Markes|
Thank you so much for the lovely marker photo for Oliver S and Minnie M Miller in the Woodfin Cemetery! I have submitted connections to their parents.
|Martha Yager||Lydia Snow|
You recently requested a photo of her marker. According to my notes, there does not appear to be a stone at Mound Grove Cemetery, Independence, MO. Should you have otherwise, I would be happy to re-check for you. In the meantime I am going to remove request but feel free to request again if you have knowledge of a stone.
|Tera Lewis||minerva lewis|
her maiden name was Polley
she was married to Levi Lewis on 31 jan 1841 in Missouri
on ancestry is shows a different headstone shared with her husband Levi. are these the same Minerva lewis or are they different people? would you let me know
I don't have a find a grave record for him but if they are the same girls could you possible add her husband and link them?
|Linda G||RE: Joseph N. Bush|
sorry this took so long. I have happily transferred management of this memorial to a family members hands. happy hunting, Linda
Added by Linda G on Sep 09, 2015 8:04 PM
|campbell2u||RE: Jacob and Mary Swaim|
Please send me your Find A Grave number and I'll transfer these memorials.
|Janet LaMotte||Mary Langdon|
You need to use the edit button in the upper right hand corner of the memorial to make corrections, additions or links.
|Roy Fredrick||53601290, 47257193, 47257133|
Please transfer 53601290 Grandfather
47257133 mother of my spouse Leanne Coureton
|R A Skirvin||William C Foster|
Hi Mary, I am contacting you because Jaime Crandall-Stapleton's (Find A Grave #46811611) messages have been disabled and you took the headstone photo for him. I would like to see if you could please add his mother and father to his Find A Grave Memorial, #39492164. His father is George Foster, Find A Grave Memorial #25908515, and his mother is Martha Allman Foster, Find A Grave Memorial #25908524.
William C Foster is my grand uncle.
If you can't do it, I will understand.
Please let me know.
Thank you very much!!
Ruth Ann (Foster) Skirvin
Find A Grave #47801902
|Squirrel||Mary Jane Baker Foster #40493845|
I just came across your picture of Mary's tombstone covered with the aluminium foil to bring out the words. I was so impressed. I would never thought of doing that! How did you come up with this idea? How did you manage to take pictures without glares? I would love to hear from you.
I can be reached at mnich5 at aol.com :-)
Added by Squirrel on Nov 06, 2014 10:50 AM
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