|Scott Yates (#47412622)|
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My journey into genealogy started in the early 1990's with my interest in keeping our family history recorded to keep it from fading away and being forgotten any more than it had already. Hopefully this will shed some light on the past.|
History can be forgotten however history can not be changed.
Life is not measured by the breaths we take but by the moments that take our breath away.
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|Melvin F. Weiss||Cgarles Cozean 130091648|
Added you note re: married to Zelda Martin
Transferred all of them
|Dawn Lutes||RE: Pense in Snowdenville Cemetery|
Sorry I haven't been on for awhile if your still wanting me to transfer these I am more than willing to. Could you send me the memorial numbers?
|Brenda Ossowski||Lillie May (Rose) Kincaid|
Took care of your request after doing some research on it. I have a subscription to newspapers.com and was able to look up the article in the newspaper, which was written, the day it occurred. How horrible for her to have died in such a way. I did a little editing of the birth and death information based on information I obtained in Illinois Death Records and also added a bio. Please review it and if you would like me to make any changes or additions please let me know.
|Marie Smith||I forgot to add this|
This is the link that may help you.
|Marie Smith||RE: thank you|
Do you live in that area? My grandmother was a Green (maiden name) my last trip to their grave you go through Steelville, Cherryville, then Davisville, Missouri. There is a Y on the road to their Cemetary between Cherryville and Davisville. I made the right instead of bearing left. Went all the way to the end of the road and realized I had done wrong. There is a very old cemetery there. And a lot of Green's. But I would not have known it then. Had never heard of it.
Here is some trivia that is not up to date but interesting background you may find helpful.
Almost everyone in Crawford County was either a Green,Baker or Pyatt. It seemed that way.
From what I remember the two babies that died were buried there in the cemetery too. Not 100% sure. I probably made my final trip there in 2000. I am 62 in the first stage of Dementia. I try to pick my brain. I do know the first baby that died was supposed to have been exhumed and moved to be with their parents. the other one was buried in the cemetery before them. Thank you again
|Marie Smith||thank you|
You placed a picture of my grandparents Esco and Eula Pyatt head stone. I am their first born granddaughter and had begged the church that owns the cemetery to please take a picture. I am disabled now and can't travel back to missouri and thank you from the bottom of my heart.
|Valita||Robert Horn, # 83186646|
Thanks so much for the photo of Robert's headstone! I appreciate it!
Added by Valita on Nov 17, 2014 11:22 AM
Thankyou Scott for once again providing a photo of my family's headstone. It it very much appreciated.
Thank you for placing the picture of the grave on Find a Grave, I really appreciate your help.
Added by MR on Nov 14, 2014 6:55 AM
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