|John Hardester (#47878934)|
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|I am researching the following surnames: Anderson, Brown, Campbell, Craddock, Dolphus, Easton, Gregory, Hardester, Hatcher, Hoppe, Jordan, McAdory, Mori, Powers, Spies, & Thierry.|
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|C. Bryan||RE: James Whitby|
You're very welcome; better if there had been some lettering.
Added by C. Bryan on Feb 11, 2015 3:20 PM
I recently fulfilled your photo requests for Ralph and Donald Murfin.
Are they adequate?
Added by Ross, NM on Jan 23, 2015 4:21 PM
|Judie Custer||RE: Mendenhall photo's|
You're quite welcome. Glad I could help. Still need to find Margaret. The section she's in had several visitors when I was there and I won't intrude. I'll go back some time this week.
|Sharon M||James A. Hardester|
I sent suggestions to you to link James to his parents and wife. His Mom is my grandmother's aunt. May they all rest in peace.
Added by Sharon M on Sep 29, 2014 9:53 PM
|Fay C. Leonard||RE: Alice Gregory|
I was at the Dixon Spgs cemetery yesterday "visiting" my GG grandparents and checked to see if there were any photo requests. Alice was the only one of yours I was able to locate. There is also a large monument with Gregory on it but the sun was facing wrong to get a decent shot so I will get a photo of that next time I'm there and will continue searching for the other Gregory's.
|Jim Moore||Martha L. Urani #130902079|
Would you move your memorial for Martha L. White Urani? She is buried in the Antioch Cemetery.
The Antioch Baptist Church of Christ Cemetery is located on private property and is not being maintained or used for burials.
I photographed the headstone the other day and I am certain I was in the Antioch Cemetery. Thanks.
|Kathie||Calendi's @ Stl Calvary|
Luckily, these 2 survived time. I am sorry but I don't think that they were that close together. I think this was almost a charity type lot. At Least 1/3 are marked, which is pretty good.
Added by Kathie on Jun 24, 2014 8:30 AM
|BassetLover||Mary Ellen Angell Kretzer|
Sparkman HIllcrest (SH) will not provide burial locations to volunteers, citing privacy issues. Your cooperation is needed to in order for requests to be filled. The volunteers will need you to call SH and request the location. Their phone number is 214-363-5401. Once you have the location, please add it to your request.
You can also go through the SH website at this address: http://www.dignitymemorial.com/en-us/about-us/contact-us.page
Click the third tab that says "Other Requests." Fill in the blanks. Where it says: " What is your request in regard to?" use the drop down menu and select "other." In the message put the name and birth and death dates of the person you are looking for and that they are buried at Sparkman Hillcrest in Dallas, Texas. Once SH has replied, add the information to your photo request.
Thank you for your help.
|fianna||Thank You Regarding Hardister's|
I want to thank for taking the time to place my Hardister uncles Andrew, Alexander and Samuel with their parents, William B. and Martha J (Gooding) Hardister.
There just remains one orphan out there their son Jocephas "Joe" Hardister who I am sure will soon be reunited with his family.
I noticed on your Bio that you are researching the Brown surname I too have Brown on my family tree.
My Hardiser line married into the Brown family. I descend from Coleman Brown to William "Billy" Brown & Elizabeth (Hornbeck) Brown to Reuben Brown & Elizabeth Artman to John Allen Brown & Priscilla (Hardister) Brown to Nancy Isabelle "Belle" (Brown) Hardister & James Henry Hardister.
Any connections to your line?
Added by fianna on Mar 14, 2014 6:02 AM
|Scott Beacham||photo request William Jordan|
Hi John. On a trip through SE Missouri last fall, I photographed all the headstones in Liberty Cemetery. I went these pics but could not find a Jordan surname. I also went through the headstones that are missing pieces of data, but none matched any part of the name or dates. I wish I had better news for you. I have read there was at least one tornado in the 1940s that destroyed numerous headstones. You may want to check with the Kennett, Missouri library or Dunklin County Genealogical Society, they may have some local knowledge of the Jordan family or Liberty Cemetery. Best of Luck.
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