|Jarodd Stansberry (#47269563)|
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I am a 24 year old, with a History Major, living in Warrensburg, Missouri. I have ancestors in cemetery's all throughout Ray County, MO and am trying to fullfill all photo requests for these cemeteries. I have been working on my family history since i have cleaned out my grandmother's house last year and discovered she had kept tract of nearly every person in my family so I have continued where she had left off so many years ago. Ancestry.com and this website have provided tons of help with my work. My mother's side has mostly resided in Ray County since the 1800's (Ex: Lentz, Seward, Weary, and Chenault.) Also, includes Robertson, Jordan, and Harding. But, my father's side is located in many different areas. Example: Rogers from Lebanon, MO and Dyess, AR;and Knight and Roberts from Detroit, AL. Also, searching for Scott, Davis, and Stansberry in Ashe/Watauga, North Carolina.|
I look up obituaries in old newspapers for all my relatives at the Ray County Museum and post them on here and would be willing to look up an obituary for someone who has a relative from the area.
I have added many memorials for people I am not related to, (most of whom are in Higginsville cemeteries) and would be willing to transfer them if there's someone out there who has more information on them. I don't care if you're an immediate relative or even a relative at all, as long as you have information to add. Send me links if you have the links to someone's family. Welcome any corrections. If you don't include your # in a transfer request, it won't happen.
If I add a memorial to a cemetery, because my research says they are buried there, and then a memorial for that same person that was in the wrong cemetery, but created beforehand and then is moved to the proper cemetery, does not mean that I have to delete my memorial. You can take it up with someone who cares about your complaints and has the power to delete my memorial. I put it in the right place, when there was no memorial there for that person, and your memorial with less information and obvious little knowledge about the person's burial information does not mean it's superior. Rarely, am I going to delete my memorials, unless I did make the mistake of creating a duplicate with less information. I having intentionally created duplicates because owners of memorials with no information on memorials are refusing to add information or transfer them, and my duplicate is providing tons more information for researchers. Make your memorials with all the information and photos that mine have and I'll delete mine, just because it was created later. . .
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|Barbara Chisler||Elijah Piburn|
Thank you for Elijah's memorial (#157856940) and obit. Could you tell me the newspaper it came from? I would like to get a copy of it and add to the records I keep for the cemetery. Would you consider a transfer? Thank you for your work. If you find another obit/memorial for Salem Church Cemetery would you email me and let me know. I'm trying to get all the records together and print an updated second printing of the burials at Salem.
Caretaker of Salem church cemetery records.
|Carol Hopper Bader||John & Lily Shumate, Glane & Leona Hagans, & Louie Hartman|
Thank you for sharing your photographic acumen with us. We appreciate seeing the headstones of relatives.
24 years old? GOOD on you for realizing a purpose in the "big scheme of things" than many of our young adults these days! I was just getting ready to turn 21 when I officially started an organized genealogy collection of facts, though my grandma (best friend) and I had dabbled in it since I can remember. And I have never regretted a minute of my time spent in the overall "noble cause". (Bill and Ted line? Maybe before your time. Anyway, I'm ancient now, and so glad I started young. Virtual handshake to you, my man!
|Lila Cole||John L Boone|
Hey, thanks for the transfer! You wouldn't believe how much easier it is to enhance the page into something more than an anonymous photo, into a real person that people can enjoy knowing who was, when I have access to the edit function as I find new info or need to make corrections. I'll take any in that tree or connecting marriages because they are all in my file and I have source documents already in place that ensure the proposed updates that may come in on the auto-edit function will be scrutinized before adding to the page. Let's keep history as accurate as possible for the next ones to see and enjoy, is my deal. Keep up the good work!
|Calmly Searching||Harry Sheets|
Thank you so much for creating this memorial, and for your generous transfer.
I have added some links, and will be working on his bio over the next few days.
Blessings to you!!!
I am so sorry Jarrod Today I went looking for Nanoon and found Crabtree. I stand corrected.
Added by Robinqm on Nov 20, 2015 12:41 PM
|Robinqm||143211967 Juanita Crabtree|
I spent alot of time this morning looking for the above grave. Then I read your bio which says she married a Noonan. Could she have been buried under her last husband's name?
Added by Robinqm on Nov 11, 2015 12:18 PM
|Judie||Branstietter Family in Hardin Cemetery|
Thanks so much for adding the photos of my great grandparents's names, Adam and Lauretta Branstietter, from the memorial placed in the cemetery for those whose graves were destroyed by the flood. I appreciate your time and effort to help preserve burial records of the Brandsietter Family members for our ancestors.
Added by Judie on Nov 10, 2015 10:48 AM
|Tracy Ice||Sunnyslope Cemetery|
Sunnyslope has the worst property management team there and must hate Genealogy, because like the person trying to fulfill your picture request said, "Manager of cemetery states for privacy of family they refuse to allow persons to photograph the headstones even when requested on the Find A Grave site. Requires proof of family relationship be faxed to office then they will allow the family member to come and take photo. Refuses to tell me where anyone is buried specifically."
But the Corona genealogy society did a walk and had documented, photographed and made a book of results.
Here is the link to the page on that page is a link to request pictures.
|Sheryl Smith Miller||Fred Taber|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph his headstone!
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