|Tim Palmer (#47388135)|
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I'm just another genealogy seeker and have been looking for my roots since the 1970's when I was just a kid. My primary research is on the Palmer, Mouser, Stephens, and Mincy lines; although there are tons more that cross over and in some cases cross back over.:)|
What a wonderful world we live in today, where we can sit behind our computers and share information with people all around the world. But alas there is still the element of proving the facts that we share, and that has always been my goal. Now, armed with a digital camera and a computer; I can help not only myself but others prove their family roots.
All photos I place on my work are to be freely shared amongst the community. If there are any questions or needed corrections on any of my work, please feel free to contact me so that I can take the appropriate actions.
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|Ruth Smith||David Ronald Palmer|
Hello - I just ran across your memorial page for David Ronald Palmer at Fairmount Cemetery. He is not listed on their records and I was wondering if you know in which section he was buried? I added a person named Andrew Palmer 1881-1914 today as I am in the process of updating the Fairmount records. He has a question mark after his name which means he does not have a monument. Most likely he is buried in the old section or "C" section on the map.
The Fairmount records are now on line (and as you said in your bio - that is amazing that we can now get information so quickly). If you want to check it out - go to Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation - scroll to the bottom and click on "cemeteries" then Fairmount and then burials from A-Z.
Thanks for your help. Ruth Smith
|Graver Gal||Palmers at Oak Grove|
Hi Tim, just checking in on you. I added a couple of Palmers at Oak Grove you might want to check out. Clinton L 1900-1964 and Phalor L 1907-1992.
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