|Doris Miller (#47736439)|
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|Janet Muff||Wealthy Miller|
Doris, it may have been spelled "Wealtha" elsewhere. But it's "Wealthy" on her tombstone, and that's why I've got the memorial as it is.
|Janet Muff||RE: Stella A (Miller) Streeter|
Thanks, Doris. We've been fighting with the weather gods for the past two weeks - overcast skies and rain do not work when it comes to photographing old gravestones. So I stay home and do more research or crop and upload photos. When it's sunny, however, my pal Fay Smith and I take off about 8 AM and spend as much time as we can in the cemeteries.
|Janet Muff||Stella A (Miller) Streeter|
Thanks for the parent links for Stella Miller.
I was in the William Miller cemetery just a few days ago re-taking all my photographs because the last time I was there the vegetation was knee (and sometimes hip) high; and the photographs were OK but certainly not "good."
I don't have the photos cropped and uploaded yet, but am hoping to get the job done as soon as I return to California. While I'm here in VT/NY, I'm "doing cemetery" as much as I can.
|Debbie||Robert Edwin Thrasher Jr|
I found the death certificate for this baby. He was born November 5, 1923 and died 1 month later on his birthday :( Dec 5, 1923. He was born and died in St Joseph MO. His father was Robert Edwin Thrasher Sr born in Polo MO. His mother was Edith Inis Hess from Ellwood, KS. He died of Artificial Feeling. (my guess is bad milk ?). If you have time maybe you can add this info. Thanks Debbie
Added by Debbie on Jul 17, 2014 9:57 AM
|Nancy Crane||Louise Blondeau|
Thanks for the information. I have added it to the memorial ... what a sad story! Let me know if you would like the memorial transferred to you. I have no connection and if you do, I'd be happy to transfer it.
In doing my research on the Conway Family, I have ran across your entry on the Woody Family. Under Mary Jane Woody, she is listed as being the spouse to William Joseph Woody. When actually she is the mother to William Joseph Woody. His spouse is Ticie Johnson. No, I have not ran across Ticie's Find A Grave information at this time. If you have any questions, please contact me at email@example.com. Thank you.
|Brad Melton||John and Roxy Ford|
Doris: The Historical Sites Committee of the White River Valley Historical Society is preparing a survey of the Fall Creek basin in Taney County that will include approximately from the Branson Heights Shopping Center west to Table Rock Dam. In the survey area is the old town of Flag where John Ford was the postmaster shortly after WWI. We're attempting to track down photographs and other historical documents of people who lived in this area from before the Civil War until the Depression Era and was wondering since you had his death certifiate loaded on line if you know anything about this couple before they left for Stone County where they are buried in the Evergreen Cemetery? Thanks for your help. Brad Melton, Taney County @ firstname.lastname@example.org
|William M Williams||RE: Albert W Malone - Ashland Cemetery|
I believe Albert's parents were Elias Malone and Susannah Freed of Daviess Co., IN. Of course that's only my research. Thanks for the reply. Bill W
|sylvia wolfe||edna mae campbell|
Hi, My name is Sylvia Wolfe. In the New Castle Paper her obit lists her parents as Avery C Shaffer and Anna Kelley. Is it possible their are two edna mae Campbell. my email is email@example.com
|William M Williams||Albert W Malone|
Hello Doris - Just saw the photo of Albert W Malone with his son Arthur and wife, Edna on findagrave. Do you have any more photos of this family. Samuel Malone, Albert's brother, was my 2nd great grandfather. I have a photo of him before he entered the Civil War and one of his brother, Frederick. I'd be happy to share.
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