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Gary and Jan Watts (#47081969)
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Bio Photo We are researching the family names of Watts, Earls, Snowden, Vennekohl, Ruble, Ford, Fearnside, to mention a few. As we visit cemeteries, we have begun to take pictures of all tombstones (as time permits)and post to Find A Grave. Please let us know if changes need to be made to a memorial or if you want an ownership transfer.
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Dee Ferguson Sutton
Eliza Jane May #84340986
find a grave memorial: Eliza Jane born About 1826 in Barren County, Kentucky to George William May and Elizabeth 'Betsy' Rhea. Would appreciate if you would transfer her to me to maintained for she is my 2nd great grandmother. Thank you. Dee
Added by Dee Ferguson Sutton on Jul 23, 2014 8:59 AM
June Ford
ford family
I ran across your name while looking at my relatives in Bethel Cem, so you are probably not my husband's family -- still, his Fords were in Morgan, Dade, Polk, Cedar & Bates counties in MO that I know for sure. I still can't identify the father of his g-g-g grandfather John Ford, b. abt 1801 KY, who m. Delila Tevis. Pretty sure John was in Harrison Co KY 1818, then abt 1823 he & Jared P. Ford & their wives started the 1st Meth Church in Decatur Co IND. Let me know if we can help one another.
Added by June Ford on Jul 10, 2014 2:46 PM
John Clark
Thanks for the Quick Response
Hi. I was sorry to have bothered you before about the Corinth church question. I'm sure you are super busy but wanted to Thank you for getting back to me so quickly. I am still learning how to use this site and Your info was a big help.

Thanks again
John Clark
Added by John Clark on Mar 02, 2014 7:15 PM
John Clark
Question about a Church name
Hi. I'm new to this site and am very impressed with all of the work you have done. I found my family's cemetery location very easily. The name of the cemetery is correct , but ' I THINK' the name of the church in the description is wrong. The name of the church should be Cornith United Methodist and not White Oak. I attended there my entire youth . There is a church named White Oak, but it is not that one. Please check this out when you have the time.

Also, how many photos are allowed to be uploaded? I have uploaded 5 but only 2 have showed up. Plus the reason I ask is that the ...add photo... Button is no longer visible to me.

Thanks for any info / help you are able to give

John Clark
Added by John Clark on Feb 19, 2014 8:47 PM
stacy
RE: Cash
# 60587144 John Raymond Cash, # 60587190 Ernest Ragland Cash. Ty
Added by stacy on Feb 09, 2014 7:24 AM
stacy
Cash
Hi could u please transfer me Ernest R. Cash and his brother John R. Cash, they are my grand uncles, tyvm.
Added by stacy on Feb 05, 2014 9:46 AM
JARROTT P. COX
Transfer
Thanks and GOD bless . Jrrott
Added by JARROTT P. COX on Jan 17, 2014 12:53 AM
Dee Ferguson Sutton
ElizaJane Ferguson
Forgot this part, her reference number: 84340896..again thank you
Added by Dee Ferguson Sutton on Nov 19, 2013 11:16 PM
Dee Ferguson Sutton
Bethel Cemetery, Missouri
Mr. Watts, was wondering where you found the information on Eliza Jane Ferguson who died March 28, 1871, buried in Bethel Cemetery, Cosby, Andrew County. You noted she was the wife of Elder T.R. Ferguson. No other information. I have been looking for many years as to the death date and burial of my own Eliza Jane May Ferguson whose death date was after 1870, believed to have been in Indian Territory where my Thomas Robert, known as T.R., went after the Civil War. Both had family up in Missouri. My own TR was a minister, physician, surgeon in the Civil War. After the end of the war he took his family to Washinton County, Arkansas where he continued his ministry and physician work, not only with the locals in Washinton County, but also with the Cherokees in Tahlequah. Any information you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thank You....Dee
Added by Dee Ferguson Sutton on Nov 19, 2013 11:15 PM
aeonspast
Jacob Wall correction
I would like to have Jacob Wall Find-a-Grave # 33797103 linked to his parents William H. Wall #84653825 and his wife Mary Jane Lucas Wall
#84653947 buried Greenridge cemetery, Gentry Co., Mo. Jacob was my mother's uncle and I am trying to work on linking up family groups instead of just direct line ancestors.
I tried yor e-mail address but it kept doing it in red even when I double-checked it, seemed to have a self-correcting feature.

Thanks for your help,

Richard Brenneman
aeonspast@yahoo.com
Added by aeonspast on Oct 06, 2013 2:27 PM
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