|The Goldens (#46997784)|
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|Hello! Welcome to our profile here at Find A Grave! We live on a family farm in Northeast Missouri near where our ancestors migrated back in the 1860's and 1870's.|
We enjoy genealogy and visiting sites from the past, including our local cemeteries where it seems everyone is related:)
The memorials that we have posted here are for family, neighbors, and friends. If you can add anything to any of the sites, like more specific information, or family rememberences, please let us know and we'll be glad to post the information.
If there is a memorial that we have added that is in your direct family line, we'd be glad to transfer the memorial to you so that you may honor your family member as you wish.
Finally, we love to see pictures on the memorials! Please feel free to add anything that you have, or let us know where we can find some to add ourselves.
Enjoy! We'll look forward to hearing from you!
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|Richard Smith||RE: Buckner Cemetery|
No, I really do not. If you could enlighten me I would appreciate it. Thanks Dick Smith
|Barbara Stein||RE: Morey|
Good Question. There seems to be a discrepancy of a decade. Social Security Death Index and his WWII draft record has a birth year of 1892. It appears that the military marker is incorrect. Usually, that would have been corrected. I would go with the 1892 as birth year. Thank you.
|Bruce Nuckowski||RE: Catchpole|
Your welcome and thank you for the request.Wishing you Seasons Greetings (political correctness) or if you are old fashioned like me,"Merry Christmas".
|Robert Adams||Sarah Lindsey 73772989|
I looked at the 1840 census for Macan Linsey in Virginia. They do not list a female under 10 years of age. According to my family records (which may be wrong) Sarah Dorothy Lindsey died at the age of 2 years and Sarah Jane Lindsey died in 1870. The 1850 census record for Macan Lindsey in Indiana list a Sarah at 6 years old. The only thing I can think of is a Sarah died in 1844 and another was born in 1844. How did you decide the birth date? Could it have been another Sarah?
|Barbara Stein||RE: Nancy Lybarger|
Thank you very much. I will go ahead and link Lewis to his wife Nancy. Have a good evening!
|SunCacher||J. C. Harvey|
Nevermind my last message; it appears that you had already contacted John Haines. He wrote me, and we have corrected the problem. Thanks for clearing this up so others aren't also confused.
|SunCacher||RE: J.C. Harvey|
I don't know why John Haines posted another memorial page for John Harvey. He acknowledges that it is a duplicate, but it's hard to tell from the information he gave if it's a duplicate page or a duplicate gravestone. I suggest you email John and ask him.
I see now we've exchanged messages before. If you have any more pictures of Freelove or her family, I'd love to have copies. :)
Added by JennyL on Nov 05, 2014 2:38 PM
|JennyL||Freelove Wheeler Morey|
Hello! I saw the pictures posted on Freelove's page and I just wondered if you were a decendent? Where did you get the pictures? Freelove is my 5-greats grandmother. Would love to talk to you if you know anything else about her line or any Moreys.
Added by JennyL on Nov 05, 2014 2:30 PM
|john haines||RE: John Calvin Harvey|
Thanks for your message and I have edited my posting. Suncather will lift and add his picture.
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