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I love Genealogy and cemeteries. I encurage everyone to contribute what they can to this site, especially the graves that can not be found, like creamtion. |
If you find a entry that you are questioning or there is an error please feel free to email me and I will gladly fix it. I have also figured out a way to connect families together so if you want two people I have entered connected or just want to add a bio please let me know and I will fix it.
All my family listed here are special to me but these are my favorites:
My Son Trevor
My Mom Cathy
My Grandmother Cecile
My sister-in-law and best friend Vicki Ivey
And last but not least my Brother-in-law Kevin
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|Alvera Hagenhoff||Virgil Hagenhoff|
I noticed that under siblings for Virgil, the only one who is a brother is Eugene Hagenhoff. All of the other names listed are uncles of Virgil and Eugene. Virgil and Eugene brothers are Delmar, Robert and Donald. All are listed on findagrave. Just wanted to let you know.
|Schaal Inc||ID numbers 35019167 and 17789790|
This person is buried under both IDs. I don't beleive that that is possible. Susannah Cape Parks Turner
|Linda Nutter||Re: Charley Dugan|
I see you created the page for Charley Dugan buried in Garrison Cemetery, Camden, Mo. His father, Lafayette G. Dugan was the brother to my Great Grandfather John W. Dugan. In the bio it indicates information was obtained from a death certificate. Do you have a copy of it? I would like to know if Charley died at the state hospital in Fulton or back in Camden County. Thank you, Linda Nutter
|Phyllis Mitchell Sway||RE: Claiborne Cemetery|
Thank you Marge. I am very grateful that you went there and took the pictures. I wish that store was still open! I will probably just be content with what is on Find a Grave. I already have my family links to the Claiborns. They have many many descendants, so I don't really need control of their sites.
Many many thanks for your reply and for your contributions!
Phyllis Mitchell Sway
|Phyllis Mitchell Sway||Claiborne Cemetery|
I noticed that you took pictures at the Claiborne Cemetery in Camden County. I realize this is a very small family cemetery on the old Claiborne farm. Was it very difficult to find or get to? I'm asking because Ousley and Frances Claiborn(e) were my 3rd great grandparents, and I would like to visit the cemetery if it's something "doable". I live in Illinois just east of St. Louis, but I do visit my brother and his family who live near the Lake. I would appreciate any info you can give me as to the location and accessibility. Thank you!
|John W. Atkinson III||Rosemary / Karen|
I never knew you had a memorial created for Rosemary. I created mine in 2010. Karen is my sister. I hope you know I did not do anything on purpose.
(On the Note area) on #23979953 Mary E. Should be Butcher not Bautcher
|Ann||Anthony Bowen Boggs|
I found a marriage license on Ancestry.com for a Hamilton Boggs and Luticia Brown in Gallia Co., OH.
The reason I am interested is I suspect Lutica Boggs of the 1850 Lawrence Co., OH census to be the mother of Hannah who married Jesse Lee Eastwood.
While one record gives Hannah's last name was Crane we find Jesse and Hannah Eastwood living next to Luticia Boggs in 1850 Lawrence Co., OH.
Then in the 1860 Catlettsburg, Boyd Co., KY census we find Letitia/Luticia Boggs living in their household.
Added by Ann on Nov 06, 2012 7:56 AM
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