|Anita Dennis (#47329791)|
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I pursued old-fashioned genealogy in cemeteries, libraries, and courthouses for several decades and communicated with fellow genealogists by mail and telephone. Am now reveling in internet research, digital photography, and email. The latter make researching fifth cousins twice removed much more feasible, if not sensible.|
Find A Grave is a wonderful resource, and I decided to say thank you for the work of others by entering records from local cemeteries. Many thanks to Ione Sweers whose notebooks on the cemeteries of Anderson County and Dorothy Kipper Lickteig whose abstracts of newspapers in ANDERSON COUNTY EARLY GLEANINGS and ANDERSON COUNTY KANSAS CEMETERY BOOK make this easier.
If I have created a memorial for one of your close relatives and you wish me to add information or link them to parents or spouses, just let me know. If you request a transfer, please follow Find A Grave guidelines.
You are welcome to use my photos in your family genealogies, post them on Ancestry, etc.
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|Kathleen Conboy Yates||Bessie wright|
I will make changes you requested when home however is this person related to you? If so I would be happy to transfer management to you. I am not a relative of hers.
|Don DeWitt||Ely update|
|LBeanH||Memorial # 75416589|
First, thank you so much for posting this memorial! There are several facts about Charles E. Bean listed on this memorial. Can you tell me the source of those facts? I have a marriage source for a Chas E. Bean & Lula Hull from Jackson County, Missouri md 13 June 1900. The 1910, 1920 Census with Lula in Anderson County, Kansas lists his birth as Illinois. The 1880 Census from Carthage, Hancock, Illinois lists him with his parents, Evans & Elizabeth Bean - all born in Illinois. It also has the Column Marked that he had a handicap. The WWI Draft Reg. lists Charles Evans Bean born 18 Aug 1873 no birthplace. It did indicate that he had a stiff left hip and left leg 2 3/4 shorter.
The memorial facts indicate he was born in Clarksville, Kentucky and married in Thomas, OK in 1900. Are there 2 different Charles E. Beans or is the information on the memorial site incorrect? Thank you so much for your work and help in this matter.
LaRae Bean Hansen
Added by LBeanH on Nov 13, 2014 3:50 PM
|Barry Chapman||Find A Grave Memorial# 92089160|
Hi Anita, Thanks for your message. I sent the following mail to Julie Rican, the poster of the Hooper Cemetery memorial to Edith Chloe Robertson
Find A Grave Memorial# 92089160
Do you have a photograph available, or a copy of Hooper Cemetery interment records, that confirm that the parents of Robert W. Robertson buried with him?
In 2002, a sibling of Robert's told me that her father, George Stewart Robertson died in Kansas City, MO and her mother, Edith Chloe (Chapman) Robertson died in Olean, Miller Co., MO and inferred they were interred at those respective locations.
Thanks and regards,
|Erv & Patty Hudson||Herman L. Tinnes|
Thank you for the information on the cemetery location. I have made the correction and I appreciate you calling this to my attention.
|Pam Witherow||: James Wilson in Macon County, MO|
Thank you, Anita, for bringing this to my attention. For now I have added your note with a note of my own, perhaps someone will know where he was really born. Appreciate the help! Pam
|Kitty Moyer Mace||Conrad Edwin Moyer|
I have been surfing the Find a grave sites and found one for my Uncle. If you would please add additional information, please contact me and I will give you information that I have available.
|Tom Oatney||Lula Mae Axton Dickison Otteni|
Thanks for info on Lula Mae Axton Dickison Otteni. I have updated her memorial at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=80317662
Anita, Thank you so very much for all of the great information on the Farrow family. The tombstone photos and all of the other information is being added to my Family Genealogy. I have known for sometime the births and deaths of my family but have never been able to get to the cemeteries to photo the stones. Your work I am sure has added many great records to many. And I thank you again for the information on the FARROW family.
Jo Ann CArMAN Dechant
|vernon vaughan||EMMA VAUGHAN|
Anita, I made a mistake and put the wrong dad for Emma. I had put Reuben Vaughan but I now know it is Andrew Vaughan from my newly discovered research. I do thank you for your help. I used the edit for this..
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