|Tom Nelson (#47054245)|
| || member for 7 years, 8 months, 4 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
I'm a retired federal employee who fell into doing some online family research for a friend of mine - a McKenzie - and now I'm in so deep I can't get out! Most of you probably know the feeling. But it's a harmless obsession which I enjoy so I'll stick with it until I pull out the rest of my disappearing hair. I try to post most of my findings on Find A Grave so if you're interested in the McKenzie family who settled in central Missouri after emigrating from North Carolina via Kentucky, just enter the last name - mckenzie - in the box to the right and take a look! As for my own family, some surnames would be Fallas, Fallass, Bray, Oechsli, Mills - all of those in the northeastern quadrant of the lower 48 - and, on the Swedish side, Nilsson and Waldemarsson in the province of Skåne län.|
USEFUL WEBSITES; a personal selection
(Visitors to this page will have access to most, if not all, of these sites.)
A Cemetery Glossary/Lexicon
Instructions for using Windows Alt Codes
Interesting website for "famous" Kansas Citians. And here's another one. And another.
Johnson County, Kansas cemeteries
Veterans' Gravesite Locator (for burials in the U.S.A.)
(See here for foreign burials of British Commonwealth and American servicemen.)
Birthdate Calculator (According to this calculator and the very top of this page, I became a member of Find A Grave on Sept. 26, 2008! Seems longer than that.)
Missouri Death Certificates 1910 through, currently, 1965
Missouri Birth & Death Records pre-1910
Jackson County, Missouri marriage records
(Kansas City, Independence, Raytown, Grandview, etc.)
Ancestry Library Edition (available only at participating libraries)
America's Obituaries & Death Notices (NewsBank)
Kansas City Star/Times pre-1991 obituaries
(Copies of other articles from the Kansas City Public Library)
McPherson County, Kansas Public Library
Midwest Genealogy Center - Resources
Kansas City Public Library - Digital Gallery
The illustrated sketch book and directory of Jefferson City and Cole County (1900)
Cole County (MO) Historical Society
State Historical Society of Missouri - Newspaper Collection
ProQuest Obituaries (MGC)
Non-famous memorials managed by Find A Grave
Find A County - without having to go to Wikipedia
Missouri State Research Guide - Ancestry.com
Library of Congress - Historic American Newpapers
Missouri River Regional Library - Jefferson City, MO
Added by: Creative Commons
Find A Grave/Ancestry.com partnership
Chicago Tribune obituaries (1860-1984)
Wikipedia language codes
|Find A Grave Friends|
alicia collings, Arlee, Bo Holm, Buddy170, campbell2u, cathy dupler, CGP, CNelson, Corey & Douglas..., Deb, Ellen Sherlock, Eric Brahinsky, gamma, garry lightle, Jacqui, Jean , JMW, Jo Terry ღ..., Joe Gibbens, Judith Way, [View all Find A Grave Friends...]
|Messages left for Tom Nelson (148)||[Leave Message]|
|Mari Mills||Gucker family member information|
Sir, Thank-you for your personal information on the Gucker family members. What is your relationship with them? I would appreciate sharing more information with you. Warmest regards.
|Ellen Sherlock||AUGUSTANA LUTHERAN CHURCH|
I thought I should ask you to add to the info on the Augustana Lutheran Church formerly in White Rock, SD. The RATA moved this Church to the Threshing Bee grounds on the East side of Rosholt, SD a few years ago. The RATA members have done some repairs to the building as well as placing it on a foundation. The members have been keeping the Church is beautiful condition and services are held there at certain times during the year. A Sunday morning service is held there on the Threshing Bee weekend with local Pastors conducting the services. The Church building is open for "lookers" during the Threshing Bee but the sanctuary is roped off and no one is allowed inside. A precaution to keep the interior in excellent condition. The interior is beautiful to see with the original carved wood works restored to original condition.
|Phil & Donna (Stricklan) Whitaker||William Berckly|
The markers for William and Lucille are the same. One says husband, the other wife.
Could William have been married to Lucille before or after Bessie?
Either Lucille is not buried at Sunnylane or the death date was never added to the marker.
Let me know what you find.
|Lily||RE: Jean Thomson Harris|
Thankyou foor linking to her information, she must had had a fascinating life.
Very interesting and thanks again for your assistance in removing my doubler.
Added by Lily on Apr 15, 2016 9:54 AM
|Lily||RE: Jean Thomson Harris|
Thanks SO much, I only just became active on the site and I`m a bit lost about how it works.
I really apprecitate your help! =)
Added by Lily on Apr 11, 2016 11:53 AM
Thankyou so much for your help.
Could you plese check that I have completed the deletion successfully?
Added by Lily on Apr 09, 2016 4:14 PM
You requested a photo for the above grave which I am adding. Your note indicated that she should be buried next to her husband and that his marker had already been photoed. Please note that in this cemetery the spouses share the same plot and when the second spouse dies, the marker is replaced with a new marker.
I have no idea what they do with the old ones!
Added by Judyvv on Mar 24, 2016 2:23 PM
|Chris L||RE: August Bondi (cont.)|
Thanks for letting me know !
Added by Chris L on Mar 24, 2016 12:09 PM
|Cheryl White||Way family|
Sorry, Tom, I don't recognize your sister's name. However, Armand's name pops up from time to time. I seem to remember he's written some letters to the editor of the Topeka Cap-Journal.
|Cheryl White||Harold & Myrtle Nelson|
I have updated their pages in the Mount Hope Cemetery in Topeka, KS. I realized as I was entering the info that I worked with Myrtle from 1969-1972 at Belvoir Elementary. Topeka is such a small town!
|[View all messages...]|