|Judy Mayberry Belford (#47116418)|
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|I, too, began family research nearly forty years ago, before the internet exploded our options and resources. Now that I've found Find A Grave, I've become addicted to preserving the information found on older monuments that are weathering away and linking families together.|
Most of my memorials involve extensions of my (huge) family lines, Civil War soldiers, and other older fragile monuments.
My own lines include BAUMAN, BIRI, BONE, DALTON, JOLLY, LaROSE, MAYBERRY, NAEGER, RICE, STOREY, and TONGUAY in Missouri counties Madison, Perry, Ste. Genevieve, St. Francois, Washington,
Thank you to all the volunteers before me who have posted information on elusive family members.
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4th Michigan In..., Anonymous, Audrey Steffee, B. Warner, Cindy Becker, Eleanor Gibson, Eric Lowman, Jodi K, Leeta Obermoell..., Milan Paddock, NE MO, RUBY RED*, Scott Reed, Susan Ing, Susie Holderfie..., Tami Glock
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|got2bjb||RE: V Haddocks|
Thank you for the reply. I apologize for any inconvenience.
Added by got2bjb on Oct 05, 2014 3:45 PM
|randal nichoalds||Ivers (Bellefontaine Cemetery)|
Thank you and all have been updated and corrected
|jvtree1||LaRose family updates|
Hi, Judy -
Thank you for the rapid response to my suggestions, as well as the information you researched and added on your own.
Your efforts are Much appreciated -
Added by jvtree1 on Sep 27, 2014 11:13 AM
Thank you for the transfer. :)
Added by Msmith on Aug 19, 2014 6:59 PM
|Dunner||Winnie Grace Rood|
Don't know if you are related to Gracie but I found this cemetery in the woods in Sabula and posted a couple of pics of her headstone.
Added by Dunner on Aug 17, 2014 5:17 PM
|James Turner Harris||Mary Jane Pinkley Sherrill|
Thank you for making the original memorial. I was not expecting it to be transferred to me but I promise to take care of it. Belford is so close to the Belfield (spelled many ways) that I wonder if some time way back in time they were in common.
|Rusty||RE: Jefferson Barracks|
I appreciate you efforts in solving our mystery regarding George Elwood Smith Find A Grave Memorial# 32577070
I have attached the newspaper article from the Lodi Wisconsin paper in an email I sent. Hope you have received it.
(Lodi Weekly Journal, July 31, 1872)
We think George was not old enough to be in the civil war, the article states George went on vacation from his home in West Point, Lodi, Wisconsin and did not return home being missing and he died from disease.
Added by Rusty on Aug 11, 2014 6:02 PM
|Timothy Tumbrink||Patn. Everett Eugene Cardwell|
Judy, Thank you ever so much for your time, travels, and the great photo. It is very much appreciated.
|Rusty||Find A Grave Memorial# 32577070|
George Elwood Smith
We have a newspaper article which states George Elwood Smith died in St Louis of disease and was buried there at the military cemetery. Is there a section of this cemetery where they buried people stricken with pox etc? Thanks
Added by Rusty on Aug 11, 2014 9:22 AM
|Deborah Myers||John McFetridge|
Thanks for the transfer of management of John McFetridge. I will take good care of his memorial.
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