|The Goldens (#46997784)|
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|Hello! Welcome to our profile here at Find A Grave! We live on a family farm in Northeast Missouri near where our ancestors migrated back in the 1860's and 1870's.|
We enjoy genealogy and visiting sites from the past, including our local cemeteries where it seems everyone is related:)
The memorials that we have posted here are for family, neighbors, and friends. If you can add anything to any of the sites, like more specific information, or family rememberences, please let us know and we'll be glad to post the information.
If there is a memorial that we have added that is in your direct family line, we'd be glad to transfer the memorial to you so that you may honor your family member as you wish.
Finally, we love to see pictures on the memorials! Please feel free to add anything that you have, or let us know where we can find some to add ourselves.
Enjoy! We'll look forward to hearing from you!
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|Donna Fraser||RE: Richard Edward Newbery|
You are so very welcome. Happy to help any way I can. If there is anything else, please do not hesitate to ask.
BTW. Thank you for adding my ancestors memorial and thank you for the transfer :)
|Sandra||RE: Riley Family|
Email has been sent. This is exciting! Truly appreciated.
Added by Sandra on Jan 11, 2016 6:09 PM
|Sandra||RE: John W. Riley 44045283|
Thank you for the msg! Yes, very interested in any Riley info you have. An added note-I believe I have a photo of Leonard Claude Riley to pass along.
Added by Sandra on Jan 11, 2016 10:27 AM
|Mary ||Mary Martha Golden Ashcraft|
Have approved edits to link her to her parents. Thanks.
Mary in NJ
Added by Mary on Jan 05, 2016 9:38 AM
|Tree Leaf||RE: Samuel Inman|
Very welcome and may you have a very Happy New Year.
1900 census: Noah, Olive, Lola, Clarence, Maggie.
1910 census: Noah, Olive, Lola, Clarence, Maggie, Alba, George, Carl.
Must have been another Lola Dunham you were referring to...
|Ranae Mayle||RE: Sarah Catherine Holden|
If she was buried in that cemetery, her tombstone is either illegible now or in pieces. I'm sorry.
|Mark Wilson||RE: William Henry Whaley|
The cement block has been there since I can remember. I've been mapping the interments at the Fletcher Cemetery for just over 7 months now, actually locating all the headstones with associated names, the Plot identification, and the GPS co-ordinates. Then I compared what I actually found with the Town Hall's cemetery records. Just yesterday, through the cemetery records, I was able to link William Henry Whaley to Block 29, Lot 8, Space 5. This is where the cement block is located. Cemetery records indicate that this space was purchased by J. A. Whaley (possibly James Allen Whaley?).
|jaitken||RE: Seaman Photos|
You are quite welcome...
Added by jaitken on Dec 09, 2015 2:34 PM
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