|Betty Saltenberger (#47066478)|
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If you want any memorials I |
have added, please go to EDIT
and request a transfer. I do
not do corrections with just
a number, I also need a name.
The only information I have
is from the grave stones.
I am not into genealogy.
Feel free to use any of the photos
I have on findagrave. If you have a
better photo than I have, please let me
know and I will be glad to delete mine.
They're not always picture perfect.
I do make mistakes but I also cheerfully
God is good.
|Messages left for Betty Saltenber... (7)||[Leave Message]|
|Rosie II||Jonathan Hubbard gravestone|
Thank you very much Betty. I really appreciate your efforts. I'm researching Underground Railroad activities in Mendon, IL, which was a major station NE of Quincy, IL. Jonathan played a big part in this; I've found his home a mile south of Mendon, it is still lived in and the hiding place under the stairway is still there. He, along with many others in our little town, were originally from Guilford Co, Connecticut and very much anti-slavery. They also had prices on their heads from the Missouri slave owners; but none were ever caught and no "cargo" was ever returned. It's quite an exciting 'ride' in this research and I'm finding more homes or families that are probably active or sympathizers.
Added by Rosie II on May 19, 2013 11:35 AM
|Shirley Roughton Meyer||Robert A. Mering|
Thank you for the transfer. I really appreciate it!
|LaCata Mann Brown||Darlene Mann my Mom|
Friends cemetery in Purcell.
Just wanted to say thank you for the photo you place on my page of my Mom Darlene Mann.
Bless you, Katy
Thank you so much for transferring these memorials to me - I have been looking for James and Ann Post children for many years and now can link one of the sons to his family.
Added by Buikus on May 05, 2013 12:14 PM
|Patty Donohoe||Williams family|
Thank you for the great photos and for transferring my kin.
I really appreciate it!
|frank stegmiller||W.T.Adkins mem# 106818723|
Thanks again Betty, for the really professional photos. It looks like the adhesive had not dried when got there for the photo shoot. Thanks again for your efforts. Frank firstname.lastname@example.org
|Webb City Mo||RE: Patrick Murphy|
He was orginally buried in Fairview, his obit stated that they were putting an elaborate monument, but then they moved him to Mount Hope, I am sure Kelly would have access to info that would show when he moved. Good to hear from you!
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