I have been doing genealogy for many, many years. It started with my mother taking me searching for family in the early 70's and has turned into somewhat of an obsession. I live in the Sioux Falls, SD area and am willing to look up information for people whose ancestors hail from this area. If we happen to be researching some of the same persons, please feel free to contact me. I would love to compare notes with you. I also have a public tree available at Ancestry and a genetic genealogy ancestry tree through 23andMe.
Maplewood Cemetery, Exeter, MO I wonder if I may have your permission to use your cemetery photo on my family website. Check it out at http://freienmuth-shortridge.com/ernst/buchheim-cemeteries.html. This is how I'd be using the photos and obituaries I find on Find A Grave, with 'used with permission' in the caption.
Martha Wall I'm sorry to hear you're not feeling well. My request was very minor, ie, Martha Wall's nickname was Mattie. It seems that the Walls were significant to you due to all the photos and info you have entered. However, if you would rather transfer them to me for care I would be honored. My Find A Grave numer is 47098476.
Keeling Family Thank you Kate for helping me connect the Keeling Family. Maybe it will help someone else along the way. George R Keeling is brother of John Dudley Keeling who married Mary Ann Roden/Rawdon my g grandfather's sister. John Dudley died along the way from Tennessee in Oregon County Missoui and she was left with 10 living children. I will add more info if I find it. Lloyd Ann
Paul Walter Lamkin I was the person who tried to take a picture of your stone. I did not know if you got my email I sent a while back on the 19th of September. If not here it is.
I tried to find the grave for a photo but it was not at this Cemetery. I looked at about 200-280 graves that's all the bigger the Cemetery is but no Paul. There was a William Lampkin but the years were off. Sorry I could not find for you. You might check you records again to make sure the Cemetery is Right.
This cemetery is very well kept. But that's not to say something isn't missing. Also this cemetery is a Mason cemetery. You know the sign that looks like a baseball diamond shape with the letter G in the center. Everyone here is a Mason. This might help you or not.