|robin hixon (#46979634)|
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if you are family or friend of a memorial entry, I will transfer. feel free to use grave photos without request or attribution.
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|humminb920||RE: McNeese-griffin cedarvale|
John & Sarah McNeece are my 3rd great grand parents. I would take ownership of their memorials and any of the other family members you might be have control of. Thank you so kindly for offering. Sincerely, Angie
|Rabbitmpls||RE: Rev Walter Wharton|
That would be wonderful. I didn't tell you that Walter baptized my mother in Spirit Lake, Iowa. it took me a very long time to find where they were buried. That cemetery I understand floods every spring, and then I found someone in town that could help me with the tombstone after I found they were all buried there. Thanks so much again. randy
|Rabbitmpls||RE: Rev Walter Wharton|
You can do that...do you hold Mary Wharton's also? I believe her mother and father are also buried there. They are John Seaton and Elma Guela Bevan Seaton.
It took me a long time to find Mary's burial. I spent a great deal of time about 3 years ago. Now it is on FIND A GRAVE. Go figure. haha. I was just a child when my grandmother got the news that her sister had passed. I was staying with my grandmother at the time. I didn't understand then of course...I was 10 I think. Now, I wish I had all the information she could have passed on to me to fill in some of those blanks.
Thanks for your kindness. Randy
Regarding David A. Askren, mem #26121650 in Askren Cem., Woodson Co. KS...the years shown on his memorial are a mathematical puzzle. Doing the math in my head, if he was born in 1832 and died in 1903 his age at death would have been 71, not 32. Other inscriptions on his monument look dubious; near the bottom it shows Askren, near the top is shows Asxren. Can you verify?
|Amy D||RE: Anna McDaniel - hiatville, bourbon co ks|
Thank you very much. Anna's daughter (Stella) was married to a Brown. Maybe someone misread.
Added by Amy D on Dec 27, 2013 7:07 AM
|Maureen Enstice||Brockman in Boulware, KY|
I want to thank you again for transferring over the Brockman's memorials. I have a renewed appreciation for your offer, unasked. I have found contributers that never respond for a variety of reasons, therefore locking up the ability to add the genealogy links. Very frustrating.
|Charlene Birt Raddon||Mary Macoubrie|
Thank you for trying to find Mary's grave and for the information you sent. I would like to see the photos you took uploaded. That would be great.
|Robert Thompson||Bronson KS Cemetery - j. Bayless|
Thank you for uploading the info on my maternal great-great-great grandfather, Jacob Bayless. I have visited his grave a few years back and have noticed that those recording the inscription tend to list his record of Civil War service as belonging to the 16th Kansas Cavalry, which I believe was a militia unit. According to his military records from the Federal government and long family tradition as relayed to and by my maternal grandfather Daniel Bayless, Jacob enlisted in the 6th Kansas Cavalry in late 1861 with his eldest son. He was enrolled in Company I ( EYE )and served until mid-1863 as far as I can tell. Family lore says he was furloughed from Federal service by General James Blunt, a somewhat well known officer from Kansas, after the death of his son. I think due to the eroded nature of Jacob's headstone the Co. and the I are difficult to read and are easily translated as a numeral rather than a letter. Again I very much appreciate the time you have spent in documenting the past and what factually remains of it.
|Kathy Franks||RJ Greathouse|
Wanted to let you know that I had added a photo of this grave to his memorial.
|Michael Swift||RE: welda cemetery, anderson co ks Frazier|
Yes please. I am related.
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