|June Rickman Butler (#47283492)|
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I have been interested in Genealogy all my life. I had a grandmother McDonald who loved to tell stories, however I am the only one who did anything with them. I got really serious in 1969 when we moved from CA home to KS and I could visit with some of the great aunts. I have a Bonesbuddy who loves to travel with me. We have been from coast to coast tracking bones...Now it seems everything is on computer however I still love to get out and go to libraries, court house's and cemeteries. I am enjoying working with find a grave. I had three children, four grandchildren and four great grands.|
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|TLC||Martha Ellen Wilder Leighnor|
I made the connection to her husband. Yes, this is my line.
Added by TLC on Nov 29, 2013 10:26 AM
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||FYI--Some duplicated your site & put tombstone on site. She is in another cemetery.|
Bryant, Minnie Giesy 87207986
b. Jul. 4, 1864 d. Jul. 17, 1898 Saint Johns Cemetery
Bryant, Mrs Minnie Giesy 74559005
b. Jul. 4, 1863 d. Jul., 1898 Altamont Cemetery
|teresa yoho mitchell||corrections|
I appreciate all the work that goes into this project. I noticed a couple of things on my grandmother's (Irene Marie Bradford YOHO) that need corrected and hope you can help, since I'm not sure where the info posted came from. I have made the correction in caps.
Irene Marie Yoho was born January 23, 1909 near Crotty in Coffey Co KS she was the second daughter of Frank Sherman and Minnie Wren Bradford
She attended the Number Ten School graduating in 1927. WHIE ATTENDING THE NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOL HE WROTE IN HER DIARY ...... At the time she wrote in her diary, " What you earn makes your living; what you give makes your life." She attended Normal Training School and then taught from 1927 until 1932 at the Belle Racket, Brick and Wolf Creek rural schools.
On Feb 26, 1932 she married William Howard Yoho at Burlington and they became the prents PARENTS of two sons. Stephen Duane and Fran FRANK John, their sons later blessed them with seven grandchildren fourteen great-grandchildren and one great-great-granddaughter
Irene assisted Bill in their farming and ranching operation until his death on Oct 11, 1974.
Aug 13, 1967 she and Bill became members of the LeRoy United Methodist Church, She was a fifty-year member of Royal Neighbors of America, a Member of National Grange and Neosho Valley extension Homemakers Unit.
She and Bill were members of the LeRoy Chapter 83 Order of the eastern Star where they served a Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron in 1959.
She is survived by her sons and daughters-in-law, Steve and Loretta Yoho and Frank and Denice Yoho all of Leroy her grandchildren and their families Nieces, nephews, cousins and friends and her constant companion, Shadow.
Frank James Yoho (1934 - 2004)* FRANK JOHN YOHO
thanks so much, Teresa Yoho Mitchell
|deegraver||RE: Booker Cemetery|
are you speaking of the Booker cemetery in Amelia County, VA.?
|deegraver||RE: Booker Cemetery|
you are welcome. do you live in Amelia County, va.? if so, could you take photos of all the stones and some of the overall cemetery before it is lost forever? did you put in any photo requst for anyone in that cemetery?
|Sue Lombard||RE: Newton Butler|
Glad I could help find this gravestone. Thanks for such a nice message.
|El Memorializer||Nellie Hunsaker|
I went ahead and made all the changes you requested to your Great Aunt's memorial, however, I also transferred her to you as well. Her memorial is better off in the caring hands, which you seem to be, of a relative than a stranger.
|Peggy Bargen Duey||RE: Reed/Judson/ MO|
I am a distant relative and would love to swap info with you; however, it will have to wait until next week. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to hear from you again.
|karen ||Thank you!!!|
Thank you so much for the beautiful flower arrangements. We really appreciate your thoughtfulness. Since we live in California, it means so much to Dave & me that you took the photo of James' stone, something we couldn't do. I sure understand why they won't let you retire. Dave & Karen Brown
Added by karen on Oct 24, 2010 11:05 PM
|Vera Kilgore||RE: Harris/Atlanta|
HARRIET ANN CAPP MARRIED MY UNCLE CLYDE HARRIS.THE ARE BURIED IN CRESTLAWN.
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