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History Detective (#47256008)
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Bio Photo I'm never very good at these things, but here goes. To start off, I'm a Jill of all trades and master of none. I love, love, love taking photographs, especially statuary in cemeteries. It's this love combined with searching out the resting places of my ancestors that led me to this site. My husband and I reside in Linn County, Missouri, and we go cemetery hopping here a lot. I've started to carry a list along with my camera when we go on these jaunts so hopefully I can get those local requests filled. I just LOVE helping other people out. Thanks for visiting and have a great day!

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RE: Albert and Elizabeth Lambert and Rachel Buswell

I must apologize for having been so lax in replying to your generous posting of the photo of Albert and Elizabeth. Turns out I have a B&W snapshot of that very picture. I have no idea where my Late Aunt got it. Perhaps she met up with a relative of yours so many years ago? I know it must be at least 30.

On the back of the snapshot it reads that Albert was one-forth Deleware Indian. From his features I've always had the impresssion that he must've been more than just a quarter Deleware. And Elizabeth looks Native American to me as well. Do you know anything at all about them? Because I know nothing else.

Let's see....if you're their gggg-granddaughter and I'm their gg-grandaughter then that's makes us what-cousins how many times removed? I've never been any good at this kind of thing. And who are you descended from? The only children I know of are Rachel and Martha. Did they have any others?

Once again my thanks for all your help in this. It's so lovely to see these photos; and to discover another cousin is a bonus!

CatMoves (aka: Lindamarlene)

Added by CatMoves on May 03, 2010 7:43 AM
D DeWitt
why Conger?
This may seem weird but I can not figure out why I am interested in Harve Conger!

I have been really busy with school and also several ancestry families at the same time. Then I found a reference to the Congers on my desktop but for the life of me I can not figure why!

ha ha

I am doing to many things.

Since they lived in Chariton Co, MO I am guessing I came across him or his wife via my research on my mother's side of the family so maybe if I list some last names, they will be cross link to someone in your data?

Richardson, Harman, Wooldridge, Yocum, white, penrod, hepworth,
Hill, Ireland, McSparren, Minks,

On another topic.

I have seen Janes or Jaynes for the spelling of Harvey Conger's wife Almira? Any thoughts?


Added by D DeWitt on Mar 30, 2010 5:39 PM
D DeWitt
Conger photos
Thanks again for your help! The spellings of the names on the stones is helpful thanks to you!

Added by D DeWitt on Mar 29, 2010 4:31 PM
Albert and Elizabeth Lambert and Rachel Buswell

Oh my goodness! Thank-you, thank-you SO MUCH for the photos of their grave markers! I honestly never thought I'd ever get to see them! I live in the Pacific Northwest and the odds of me getting out there are practically non-existant.

The cemetery looks far nicer than I thought it would. From the way my aunt talked about it when she'd gone there (about 40 years ago) I had the impression that it was overgrown and practically abandoned. It was so very kind of you to do this and I am deeply grateful.

I understand that oher relations are also buried there, but I haven't been able to find anything about them.

Once again my eternal thanks for you help in this matter.


Added by CatMoves on Mar 19, 2010 5:13 AM
D DeWitt
Darr photo
Thanks so much for the new photo!
Our family appreciates your efforts!


Added by D DeWitt on Mar 18, 2010 6:49 PM
M J Carroll
Thank you so much for the photo. It's a shame the stone is spotted, for lack of a better word. Was her husband guy buried beside her? thanks, M
Added by M J Carroll on Mar 18, 2010 5:43 PM

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