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Joan (Wyatt) Bradley (#32926924)
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Born in Bay City, Texas to William Ray Wyatt and Dorothy Evelyn Brown, I lived in various locales in Texas all my life until 2003 when I married a Missouri man and moved to Camden County, MO where my grandfather was born.

I am a family historian concentrating on Wyatt, Wilmot, Brown, Bryan, Bradley, Meyer, Obenchain, Converse and Clinton lines.

I retired from IBM after 30 years of service and was a high school math teacher for 7 years prior to that.

I love to browse and make photographs in old cemeteries and a few years ago founded a perpetual fund for the Brown Cemetery established 1861 in Camden County, MO on the farm of my great-great grandfather, Lewis Sinclair Brown; I have also repaired tombstones there and added markers where needed.
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C Wilson
RE: Joseph & Nancy Mashburn ~ Rosemound

You're very welcome ... pleased to do it.

Added by C Wilson on Aug 18, 2016 7:43 PM
Dee Winter
RE: Lillian Brown
Their markers are so very beautiful and very detailed. Obviously were educators. You are more than welcome.
Added by Dee Winter on Jun 25, 2016 2:00 PM
Researcher
RE: Thanks you for transferring Martha Patterson
Hello. None of these people are my family. I have a virtual cemetery with 139 people in Lot 204 of Mt. Moriah Cemetery. This was a result of my looking for my 2nd great granduncle Lewis McLachlan who died in 1877. I did find his grave. But, in the process, I ended up photographing over a hundred headstones in section 204. The Pattersons are included as a part of that group. I do not have the faintest idea of who they are and am more than happy to transfer your family to you. As for the previous erroneous parentage: that was a result of another Find A Grave contributor at some time submitting them as a "correction" that I, trying to help, simply approved. Best wishes.
Added by Researcher on May 04, 2016 2:20 PM
Autistic Wonderboy
RE: Photo Request - Elizabeth Sarah Tait
I've already fulfilled your photo requests.

I don't know if you got my original message... Dr. James and Susan Tait's headstones were the only one I found at that plot location. Sorry.
Added by Autistic Wonderboy on May 03, 2016 6:32 AM
Autistic Wonderboy
RE: Photo Request - Elizabeth Sarah Tait
PS They were the only Taits located at that plot.
Added by Autistic Wonderboy on May 02, 2016 8:49 PM
Autistic Wonderboy
RE: Photo Request - Elizabeth Sarah Tait
I'll post the headstone photo on their Find A Grave memorials. If it's not asking too much, could you submit photo requests for them first?
Added by Autistic Wonderboy on May 02, 2016 8:46 PM
Kat
RE: George W; Davis
Very welcome.
Added by Kat on Apr 29, 2016 2:38 PM
Cynthia Hart
RE: Tom Wyatt
He married Berniece Manes in 1931. They were in Pulaski County with her parents in 1940 and both are buried in Waynesville. I couldn't find any trace of Wyatt's in either county prior to the marriage. A Tommy Wyatt born in 1905 was living in Grayson, Virginia in 1920 with parents John and Mattie.
Added by Cynthia Hart on Apr 24, 2016 6:24 PM
Cynthia Hart
Tom Wyatt
Hi Joan,
We've visited before on the Brown Family - my mom gave me the quilt top with so many of the blocks made by Brown family members. A memory popped up this weekend when I took her to hear some old-time fiddlers. It was about Tommy Wyatt (1905-1993) playing guitar in the 1930's. I wondered if he was related to your grandfather. Tom married Berniece (spelling?) Manes. Mom recalled Tommy working as a farmhand for Rob Sellers. Sometimes the farmhands would drop by with their guitars and her dad (Dan Manes) would get out his fiddle and they'd play music. Mom said Tommy was really good.
Added by Cynthia Hart on Apr 24, 2016 10:17 AM
Bev Golden
Hezekiah Hamilton
Thanks for your help!
Added by Bev Golden on Mar 26, 2016 5:44 PM
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