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GARY THORNTON (#47018831)
 member for 8 years, 5 months, 26 days
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Bio Photo I enjoy and appreciate as a genealogy resource and am very interested in maintaining my family's sites. If you are related to one of my managed sites more closely than I am, or just have a personal interest, I am happy to transfer. Corrections and additions are most welcome.
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RE: Edwin Eldred Morris
Hey, Gary thanks for the Edits. Edwin is a cousin. My direct line is Parsons/Spicer via James Parsons/Rebecca Spicer. (George Edmond Parsons is my great grandfather). I mainly do Edits but when I find info leading to a burial site/cemetery I will make a memorial for the individual.
Added by jmgs1 on Jun 01, 2016 5:17 PM
RE: Mary Mohr grave site
Although there is no marker for Mary I have located and photographed the lot she is buried in. There are 2 other family names listed which have memorials. John Kuhn & John & Emma Meyer. If you are related to one of them there is a pretty good chance she would be next to them. If I had to guess she is probably to the right of the Myer family as there is a large space there. But there is also room for one on the left side of John Kuhn. I would be more than happy to text her name into a picture if you let me know which side.
Added by Curt on May 11, 2016 10:09 PM
Linda Peterman
RE: Floyd Thornton headstone photo
no, thank you. I am not sure if we are related.
Added by Linda Peterman on Apr 27, 2016 8:00 AM
Linda Peterman
RE: Floyd Thornton headstone photo
happy to do so. My aunt ARchie Jewell Bynum married Wiley Thornton - had 4 children - Loquatta Joy (deceased), Gustavus Franklin - lives in Washington state - Nelson Clinton (deceased) - Dayle Douglas - DOB: 1947 living in Umatilla, Fl. Any relation to you?
Added by Linda Peterman on Apr 24, 2016 2:41 PM
Shelley Salter
Could you link Royal Preston Tipping (Memorial# 88351150) to his wife Mary Estella (Webster) Tipping (Memorial# 88351154). My best friend's grandfather is a brother to Royal. If you want you can transfer the memorials to me as I do her family research for her as she does not have or know how to use a computer.
Shelley #48901769
Added by Shelley Salter on Apr 17, 2016 7:25 PM
Jan Kast
Norbert Wilson WWI grave
I just saw the picture of Norbert Wilsons tomb in Waveland Cemetery. He was a WWI vetern, died in battle.

He is a brother to my Grandfather.

It is very meaningful to me to be able to connect with my family history, Thank You for posting the photo and your time to this project.

Jan Kast
St Charles, MO
Added by Jan Kast on Mar 22, 2016 11:11 AM
s e folmar
RE: Alvin M Thornton
I thought this one was better than the one I sent you through the mail back when.
Added by s e folmar on Feb 24, 2016 8:57 AM
RE: Julia Maria Snow
Thanks so much for updating
Added by YellowRoseTX on Jan 03, 2016 9:11 AM
Donna Wright
Aurelia J Ensign # 66919284
Somehow, the wrong mother got associated with this person. She is not connected to the Giddens family in any way that I can find. Her parents are Albert and Olive Smith Ensign, siblings are Bessie Ensign Finch (my ggmother) and Arthur Ensign. Susan Grantham Giddens is wrongly referenced as her mother in the Memorial. Thanks for your Find A Grave work.
Added by Donna Wright on Jul 31, 2015 10:00 AM
RE: James Lowe 137353870
Ok what I will do is put a picture of the row James would have been at the end of. The stones here are lying flat and many are missing so its difficult to reference the exact spot. There is also a recent grave back to back with this area which I am anxious not to include in the picture.If its any consolation. This is a lovely quiet part of the cemetery and I love spending time looking amongst the common graves its always great to find a name for someone, some of these graves have up to 30 people buried in each plot
Added by kaycee on Jul 05, 2015 11:28 AM
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