|Ron Mac (#46931715)|
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Im a steel/metal fabricator who resides in the historic town of Independence, Missouri. I mainly research and photograph cemeteries in Jackson, Johnson, LaFayette, Cass & Clay counties in Missouri, but occasionally road trip into the northwestern part of the state. |
A member of the Civil War Round Table of Western Missouri.
Use the edit buttons to notify me of any corrections/ remove photos/ duplication deletes, or to add any info to the memorials I have listed. Please make sure your info is correct. Always happy to make transfers memorials that aren't related to me. All my work here on Findagrave is to help someone find the burial location of a relative/friend and to maybe tell someones story.
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|Christopher N Cooper||A. VanAusdol Wife - Jane E.|
P.S. Ron..... Can I also have the wife too?
It comes in pairs, it would be very helpful to me, if you could share her with me?
Record added: Apr 04, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 67904327
Thanks and Take Care,
|Christopher N Cooper||A. (Addison) Vanausdol buried at Chapel Hill Cemetery, Laf. Co., Mo|
Hey Ron, its me again! I was wondering if you would or could pass this person on to me and let me fill in some information and Genealogy!!
I have been researching this person and he was Student at Chapel Hill, Mo. and became a Teacher and Cumberland Presbyterian Minister.... I have a lot more stuff and research on him! Please could I have this Memorial!!
Record added: Apr 04, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 67904252
Thanks Ron, it would really mean a lot to me!!
|Jeff Godbey||Thank you!|
Wow... thank you for such a quick response and the transfer. I am trying to link all the Walkers from the early settlers of Kentucky.
|Jeff Godbey||Sarah J. Wilson # 71694565|
Hello Ron, I entered some edits for Sarah J. Wilson # 71694565. I have not located her Husband, David C. Wilson, in Woodlawn cem. or any other cemetery. I have the family bible info that was handed down to my great Uncle. They read:
-Sarah Jane Walker daughter of John and Talitha Walker was born September 9th 1822
-David C. Wilson and Sarah J. Walker were married May 24th 1843
-Sarah Jane Wilson the wife of David C. Wilson departed this life on the 29th day of August AD 1880 in the 58th year of her age
-David C. Wilson died Febuary 28/89 aged 72 years 6months & 6 days
I also manage her father's memorial, John Walker, and would appreciate if you link her to him. (Memorial# 5645009)
I also have a picture of Sarah if you wouldn't mind me adding it to her memorial.
Thanks for your consideration into this and for all the work you have done. I hope to one day contribute as much as you have.
|Marilyn||William A. Graham|
Appreciate your transfer of William to my care.
Added by Marilyn on Feb 01, 2014 12:33 PM
|Lela Parris Koch||RE: Edna B Givens memorial|
I am not related to Miss Givens. She was an old maid school teacher who taught here at Creighton for twenty years or more.
|Cindy Taylor||james hendricks|
I am great niece of Greenberry Austin, brother-in-law of James A. Hendricks buried at Forestvale Cemetery in Helena, MT. I noticed that you provided info on Hendricks, and thought you might like info on Greenberry Austin also. He was a Quantrill man, as some other family members. They were from Oak Grove, MO and farmed just outside of Oak Grove, father Joseph Austin was a Confederate and rode under Shelby and I believe in Shanks Division. All of my Austin family were in Co. C, and this was mis-printed on the headstone I had placed on Greenberry's grave at Forestvale. The Confederate Veterans did all the work, once I discovered that he had no headstone.
But even though it says Co. D, knowing that it really was Co. C, and that he finally has a headstone, it seems immaterial. They were kin to William Gregg, Quantrill's captain, and by their wives relationship, were brothers-in-law. They both moved to Helena, MT and died there. I wonder how many other MO Confederates moved to MT during the post-war era? A few, like the Berry brother, and others, I am sure.
You live in Independence, and I live at Lone Jack, so surely we have met. I am a member of the Quantrill Society and both Oak Grove and Lone Jack Historical Societies. If you know of others that might be interesting, please let me know.
Lone Jack, MO
Thanks for the Transfer of Mary Cox Flowers.
|Melvin L. Halterman||MEMORIAL TRANSFER|
Thanx very much for the transfer of the Elizabeth E. Slavens See memorial.
|sniksnak||RE: Girly Sponsorship|
I'm so very honored to sponsor your precious little Girly, Ron. She's such a sweetie. ❤ Have a wonderful Christmas! Love and huggles, Suse
Added by sniksnak on Dec 15, 2013 5:10 PM
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