|Sharon Wallen (#47208289)|
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I work for the Cass County Genealogy Department in the Harrisonville, Missouri library. Most of my family came from Jackson County and Benton County, Missouri. I am married to Jerry Wallen and have two sons and five grandchildren. I love books, scrapbooking and genealogy. My husband and I have Model "A"s that keep us busy going to car shows.|
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|Peggy Snodgrass||R.R. Kenney|
I am looking for information on R.R. Kenney that was the Coroner in St. Clair County, Mo. in 1933-1936. I am wondering if Robert is the one. Any info would be helpful as I an working on a book of elected officials for the County. Thanks, Peggy
|Loretta (Willis) Rainey-Fones||Susie Hayes|
Thank you Sharon for bringing this to my attention...taken care of. Loretta
|P. Oliver||RE: Ira Woirhaye|
Ok, all done. Glad that worked out for you. Take care. Patsy
|Tess||RE: Lillie Tipton|
If you hit the button twice while it is working. it will duplicate the memorials. If sometimes your computer is slow, I have done it many time. It is hard when your computer is running slow, not to hit the button again.
Added by Tess on May 02, 2015 10:37 AM
|Mike Harlow||RE: Pearl Brooks|
You are most welcome. If you need any thing else down this way, please let me know and I'll see what I can do.
|Mike Harlow||RE: Perry and Martha Brooks|
You are most welcome for the photographs. Please, feel free to use them any way you wish. I'm glad I was able to assist you.
|Carol Robertson White||Joseph Birtley Wright|
Left a photo and bio on your memorial for the following: Joseph Birtley Wright, a minister and native of Randolph County, Missouri, was a resident of Pettis County when he enlisted in the Confederate army on January 1, 1862, in Springfield, Missouri. He served as a private in Company G, 5th Missouri Infantry and participated in several actions, then was promoted to chaplain of the 1st Missouri Cavalry in 1863. In 1864, he is listed in official records as chaplain of General Francis M. Cockrell’s First Missouri Brigade.
“Lizzie accept this as a token of esteem and fidelity from J. B. Wright” is written on the back of the photograph. No further information is available on the identity of Lizzie.
The 1st Missouri Cavalry was organized on December 30, 1861, with the majority of its members transferring from the Missouri State Guard. They fought at Pea Ridge and Vicksburg, where they surrendered on July 4, 1863; in September 1863 they were considered exchanged and re-entered the Confederate army by consolidating with the 3rd Missouri Cavalry.
|dhintx||Elizabeth Myers #7534207|
You photographed her tombstone at Staley Mound cemetery, but her death date is unreadable. If you have the opportunity to go back there, do you think you might try to clear away enough of the growth to possibly give me a clue as to when she may have died? She is part of my husband's family that originated in Ohio. Unfortunately I haven't found her marriage record to Josiah, so I am still clueless as to her maiden name.
I've put through request for another photo with the request to see if the death date can be seen in case you want to go shag that photo request.
Added by dhintx on Mar 27, 2015 9:42 PM
|Kent Kooi||Nathan Carey Photos|
I just now added my photo of Nathan Carey's grave at Fairview Cemetery in Kearney to fulfill the photo request I had claimed for "micosay."
After I had added the photo, I later noted that you had also added two photos yesterday.
I am going to leave my photo on his memorial as it was taken to fulfill his photo request which I had claimed several days ago. Micosay is a friend of mine for whom I have been taking photos while he is sick.
Let me know one of these days when you are going to be here in Kearney, and I will catch up with you guys to say hi.
|Lynda West Hahn||RE: Gerald Friar|
You're welcome. Gary was a classmate of mine.
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