|Jane Anne Pennington (#47099145)|
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|Sarah Mikkelsen Carson||Dorothy Elizabeth Davis Barber|
Thank you for making the edits.
|Karen S. Lee||Benjamin Clements|
Jane, I was wondering if you had anymore information regarding this Benjamin Clements? I think in fact it is the same as 58086637 and the death year is wrong on the headstone. Lone Jack Cemetery records only show the one being buried here in 1941. I will take a new picture with a notation of the wrong year. Would you mind deleting your entry? Thank you for your consideration.
|Karen S. Lee||D. Dean Stone|
Jane, I was working on the Lone Jack Cemetery and noticed this memorial you entered was a duplicate one to 36958940 entered in 2009 with extensive family information. I was hoping that you would consider deleting yours. Thank you!
|Christopher N Cooper||Ira Burton Cooper: Memorial# 49779290|
Hello Jane Anne, Christopher N. Cooper here, I am the Grandson of Ira Burton Cooper (Memorial# 49779290) and Mary Ellen Carroll, I was wondering if I could take him over so I could add some more information and Bio for him, please?
I would be most grateful for this, thank you and have a Great Week
Christopher Neal Cooper..
|Doy G||HARRIETT ELLEN HUGHES|
Did I ever say thank you for transferring her to me?!?!? I have added a bunch of info to her memorial finally, #43642938. Thank you again! Doy
Added by Doy G on May 17, 2015 12:13 PM
|June Ford||William Marion Ford #58145713|
Marion was my husband's grandfather; I'd appreciate your transferring his memorial - thanks!
|Donna Henry||Martha A Knight|
Could you tell me if the Martha A Knight that is buried in Conway Baptist Cemetery is the same one that was Married to Coe Curran in Laclede, Mo. Thanks. Donna
|Marcy Hammers||R.A. Garrison # 48259320|
Dear Jane Anne Pennington, My name is Marcy(Garrison) Hammers, my Find A Grave member # is 47911021. I am writing you in regards to my second great grandmother Rose Ann Shumate Garrison. She married my second great grandfather George Washington Garrison. He was killed in Pea Ridge, Arkansas during the Civil War. I have been trying to located Rose Ann & I see you have found her. I appreciate all the work you do for other genealogist & people like me that are trying to located the ancestors. I am wondering if you would consider transferring Rose Ann to me. I would greatly appreciate it if you could. I am still looking for George Washington Garrison SR. Rose was pregnant with my great grandfather George Washington Jr. When George W. Garrison SR. was killed. If you have any questions please feel free to e mail me at Wolfdancer819@gmail.com
I didn't know if you are related to the Garrison's or Shumate's. I am always excited to find relatives that are still alive when I'm researching.
Marcy (Garrison) Hammers
|Renee Werth||Nicholas and Nancy Burns|
Jane, I'm in the process of moving to Missouri. Bear Creek Cemetery is near a town that I will be living close to. It is sadly neglected but I plan to do something about that when I get over there. I've tried to read some of the stones that appear to be field stones with hand etching and can hardly make anything out. Do you have a book on the history of this area? It appears that there are some Rectors that are buried in the cemetery and they show up on the census records as well. Just trying to find out more if possible. I have also started a tree on Ancestry.com entitled The Lives of Bear Creek Cemetery.
|sharon kenney||RE: Charles Burton Landram 1848-1918|
I see the person who posted this man's memorial has passed away. I see you posted the photo of his grave so I am sending you this info. There is an article in the Chariton Courier 3-4-1910 page 1, "Missouri Tobacco", it is about C.B. Landram. The Chariton Courier is online on the Library of Congress site "Chronicling America" Historic American Newspapers. Separately, there is a post by Betty Landram Edmonds on the Vandiver Family Genealogy Forum, 2-19-2005 on Frank James Landram and his parents Charles Landram and Della Vandiver, which contains a lot of family history. I am not related to any of these people, but hope someone who is can use this info.
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