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|I have so much appreciation for all genealogists who have assisted me in my family research that I felt this was one small way of showing my gratitude and thanks. If I can take a photograph in my area, I will be happy to do so. Thank you to all those who belong to Find-A-Grave and who have done such a remarkable job of getting this site to the magnitude and importance that it has become to those of us searching for our long departed loved ones final resting place. The only photos I've added belong in my personal files.|
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|Donald Bitner||RE: Zoar Cemetery,|
I know nothing about a Beckner Funeral Home. If there is a caretaker for the Zoar Cemetery I don't know who it is. Their is three Mary Stevens buried in the Exline Cemetery. Sorry I can't be more help. Don.
|William Yates||RE: Wm B. Hayes #39586092|
I deleted the parents that someone had supplied.
|Randy Clark||Walnut Grove memorials|
Let me start off saying that I'm sorry for the loss of your mother. There is a plot in her name for the Walnut Grove Cemetery in Paris, Missouri. There may or may not be a cenotaph for her there. It's not unusual for an individual to have a marker (cenotaph) in one cemetery, but their actual remains are buried in another. If there is a cenotaph in Walnut Grove my memorial page is valid, find-a-grave administrators can change it to a cenotaph. I'll definitely do what ever it takes to make it right. Either way I will be glad to transfer all my memorial pages that belong to your family to you, they should be in your care and not mine.
|Randy Clark||Mary Hume #138859735|
You had left a message for me that you could not locate the grave of Mary Hume in Walnut Grove Cemetery in Paris, Missouri. I looked and found her and her husband, William Hume, listed in the directory for the cemetery. The plots are listed as D-286 & D-287 in Walnut Grove. They did not have memorial pages on Find A Grave, so I started them and linked her to her parents as you requested. Hope this has helped you out, have a good day.
So we are related by marriage. Arzelee's 2nd husband, Charles Hultgren (or Holtgren) was my gr.gr. uncle. If you happen to find any pics of him I am very interested. Brenda
Added by BrendaC on Jun 23, 2013 2:34 PM
|BrendaC||Cancel Memorial Number Request|
I just found the memorial and will change the names. Thanks for the correction.
Added by BrendaC on Jun 23, 2013 2:27 PM
|BrendaC||RE: Elisha W. Moore|
I am happy to make the change but I need the memorial number please.
Added by BrendaC on Jun 23, 2013 2:24 PM
|Bill Vanderpool||RE: Thank You|
Thank you, I appreciate that.
I made what correction I could and know of, if you have any more let me know... Do you know where Thomas Barron (1804-1854) is buried? Tony
Added by Tony on Mar 05, 2012 5:19 PM
|Suz||RE: Clarcia Collins Carrigan Kilmer|
Yes I am on Ancestry. My tree is Maheu/Young Tree and my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have a copy of Clarica's headstone? I have one from a genealogy cousin but I haven't figured out how to post it yet. That's how I know she died in 1908. I know that Clarica married Solomon Kilmer May 7, 1893, Solomon's second wife Ruth died March of 1892. SHe is listed as Carrigan on her marriage license so that must mean her first husband was before Carrigan. I found a marriage in Coles County Illinois to John Eskew on Apr 12, 1856 so it fits. What do you think? I'll be happy to send a copy of Solomon's Civil War records that mention her. I think I also have a copy of the marriage record for Sol and Clarica. If you want them let me know what your address is and I'll send. Hope this helps.
Added by Suz on Jan 19, 2012 5:03 AM
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