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Craig Moore (#47121140)
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Bio Photo I am a native of the Grand Prairie of eastern Arkansas. I currently live east of the eastern Memphis city limits in Tennessee. My wife and I both received Bachelor of Science degrees in Engineering at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. We are currently supporting our two sons in their efforts toward higher degrees in health related fields.

The cemeteries that will receive my most attention will be in the following counties in Arkansas: Arkansas County, Lincoln, Cleveland, Montgomery, and Garland. I pretty much wear out the pavement between home and Fayetteville and Hot Springs, but my time is limited on those weekend trips.

I also have ancestral interests in southern Missouri, eastern Kansas, and Kentucky but won't find time for any trips there for a good while.

I do find myself offering more attention to veterans, though my Moore paternal line has been amazingly unscathed by military conflict since emigrating from the Irish province of Ulster in 1717. (Knock on wood). I feel especially indebted. Many thanks to our veterans and the families of the fallen.

I am quite fascinated with The Greatest American Tragedy the Civil War. My Moore ancestors were Yankees that moved from western New York through Michigan to Kansas in 1855 to avert Kansas becoming a slave state. I have a number of other ancestors that fought on each side.

Surnames that I have a particular family interest are: Randel, Chapin, Moore, Craig, Settle, and Crest. I am also researching my wife's families: Scott, Morgan, Blasengame, Rankin, Bulkley, Eichelberger, and McGraw. If you share a common interest in any of these families, I'd like to hear from you.
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S. Jewell
Thanks for transferring
Thank you for transferring the memorials I requested. Sincerely, S. Jewell
Added by S. Jewell on Feb 09, 2014 8:12 PM
S. Jewell
Thands for transferring
Thank you for transferring the memorials I requested. Sincerely, S. Jewell
Added by S. Jewell on Feb 09, 2014 7:41 PM
Virginia Brown
Telitha Nation Memorial Transfer
Craig,
I sincerely appreciate your thoughtfulness by transferring her memorial. She is an important member of my Vance Family, & I look forward to adding her bio, etc.

Thank you very, very much!

Virginia
Added by Virginia Brown on Nov 29, 2013 9:10 AM
Kathy Shoemaker Williams Price
Leota Armstrong Photo
Thanks so much ... Kathy
Added by Kathy Shoemaker Williams ... on Jun 24, 2013 3:57 AM
robin hixon
RE: Lynn's in Neosho Falls
do you have the historical society booklet, 'In the Beginning', vol 53, p3.

the simeon lynn family portrait. To KS 1864.
Simeon and Marcia Stephens Lynn
mentions 5 children moving from IL to KS Alex, Margaret Elizabeth, George, belinda and Adaline. James W and Belle born in KS.

Alex m. Mary Jackson. children - Albert, Fred, Otis, Bill, Walter, Lee, Ethel & Ruth. Otis remained in Vernon as rural mail carrier and in Chanute age 90 in 1980.
James W m. Lulu Stratton. moved to Newton KS [Harvey County] then Independence KS. their dau. Delphine and Elsie E. lived in Bartlesville OK in 1980.

is this your family? I can scan the article and check if out of print copy of booklet is available, they still sell them at the Museum, but not the index, so you have to know the volume wanted to see if there are copies.
Added by robin hixon on Sep 06, 2012 11:14 AM
Brenda F
Helen B Martin
Hello
I went to the cemetery today, Lester and Helen's stone is posted on Lester Martin's page, Helen is on the stone also it is very hard to read. The date of Helen's death is 2-26-1926.
Added by Brenda F on Aug 28, 2012 3:14 PM
Janet Phillips
David and Ada Phillips
Craig, Thank you for the nice gravestone photos. Hopefully you had nice weather in Jan. to do this.It fills a gap in my album, much appreciated!, Janet
Added by Janet Phillips on Jan 19, 2012 8:01 AM
Michelle Kidd-Johnson
Billy Ashmore
Hi Craig, thank you for taking the time to fulfill my photo request. I truly appreciate it!
Added by Michelle Kidd-Johnson on Jan 18, 2012 8:41 PM
V Flesher
Ray Bush
I was glad to transfer the Ray Bush memorial to you. Did I see somewhere his full name was Edwin Ray Bush?
Added by V Flesher on Dec 25, 2011 5:08 AM
V Flesher
Sherry Ramey
I did not know Sherry Ramey, so I transferred her memorial to you. I found her father's obituary, so I made a memorial for him too. I don't have an obituary for Sherry, except the brief one in the McGehee paper. I am originally from the Grand Prairie also, Biscoe.
Added by V Flesher on Dec 24, 2011 2:45 PM
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