|Michael Kruse (#46579594)|
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I live in the heart of the Kansas City metro area and I enjoy occasional trips to the area cemeteries to take pics.|
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|LaVerne-McCombs Legg||RE: Hughes Creek Cemetery|
Yes Mike..As you travel on rt. 60 from Charleston or Montgomery, there is a road to Hughes Creek..There will be a sign to Hughes Creek..Go on for a few miles to an old cinderblock garage(if they haven't torn it down..The cemetery will be on the left of road..Don't think there is a sign on the road for the cemetery..But you can ask the local people and they will tell you where it is..Sorry I can't pinpoint the cemetery, it is an old cemetery and they take donations for a guy to keep it clean..Be careful. a lot of snakes up there..
|barbara jones watson||leberty hill|
Does any one know who and number i can call. About a grave plot in leberty hill cemetery. In hunts Arkansas
|Don Blauvelt||13900573 Joseph Bartlett|
Please edit part of the introductory text to this
memorial provided by another person:
Joseph4; Joseph3; Mary2 (Warren); Richard1 Warren of the Mayflower. He m. Jun 06 1692 at Plymouth Lydia (Griswold) who was b. Oct 1671 in [sic, at] Norwich, Ct; dau of Francis & Mary [SARAH, not MARY]. She m. 2nd Jan 25 1705 in [sic, 1705/6 at] Plymouth Joseph Holmes.
One cannot be "in" a place, only "at" a place. Regarding Lydia's mother, see 150438699.
|Brittany Hewitt||RE: Kesiah (Eades) Smith|
Are you related to Keziah by any chance? I am doing research on her father and siblings to try to find out my own Eades connection. My ancestor, Mildred Land (daughter of James Land) was married to an Eades prior to 1850. She was widowed by 1860 and I can't locate her in the 1850 Census. Also trying to find out who the Howell Eades was who died in 1837 with wife, Permelia. Keziah's father also named Howell died in 1855. If you have any info. It would be greatly appreciated. I also have a Pirtle connection.
|Sandra Lennox||Photo request - Lydia Rider|
I noticed that you have a photo request for
Lydia Rider 1658 - 1740 #5374071.
She is in the wrong cemetery. The creator has
her in Manomet Cemetery, Plymouth, MA., she
is actually buried in White Horse Cemetery,
Plymouth, MA. There are no burials as early
as 1740 in Manomet Cemetery. I have notified
the creator of her memorial once again about
this mistake. She has not responded to any
of my edits and I'm wondering if she is still
|Kristina Gow Clever||Halford family|
My Uncle Lloyd Sisco is a Halford by birth. His father Omar Halford died 4 months before he was born; he was given the name Sisco when his mom remarried in 1920.
|Sandra Lennox||Lydia Rider|
I noticed that you have a photo request
for Lydia (Tilden) Rider, #5374071.
She is listed at Manomet Cemetery, but
the town of Plymouth has her listed at
White Horse Cemetery. I notified the
manager of the memorial and let her know,
hopefully she will change the cemetery to
White Horse and you will get the photo
that you requested two years ago!
|Mrs. GA T Jr.||Reuben Bromley|
Thank you for the bio!
|Stacey Herman||Ada Streeter|
Is it OK if I use your photo of Ada Streeter in Union Cemetery on my tree on Ancestry. I am happy to give you photo credit.
|JackiMex||Phoebe A Overaker Halford|
You can find the death certificate for Phoebe at http://www.sos.mo.gov/images/archives/deathcerts/1957/1957_00028017.PDF. If you are like me, you will want to convert the pdf format to jpg. You can do that at www.neevia.com.
Added by JackiMex on Apr 26, 2014 7:34 PM
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