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I was born, raised and have lived in Missouri all my life. My profound interest in the history and the lives of early pioneers and relatives in Missouri has lead me to do research into the past lives of them. With the help of my grandparents my interest has only grown throughout the years. My studies have been mainly of the history of Caldwell, Ray and Lafayette Counties in Missouri.|
I enjoy searching for... photographing and documenting the history and gravestones of my past relatives!
If you have any questions or information...
Feel free to email me... Tony
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|Larry Carpenter||RE: Ross Memorial|
Tony, you can view his death certificate on morethanjustacemetery.com click on Ross name, go to James T. Ross & you will find his family, his picture that I added and his death certificate. I was also wondering about a marker for him. There are other James T. Ross memorials in Missouri also
|Shawdau||RE: Edwards @ Ellison Cem|
You're very welcome. The problem is that the sun was behind the stone this time. Maybe I can catch it with the sun shining on it next time!
Added by Shawdau on Feb 09, 2014 8:44 PM
|Shawdau||Edwards @ Ellison Cem|
Glad I could help reunite William, Catharine, & Luella with their family. I added the picture of William & Catharine's stone, but it's not very good. I will get a better picture this spring and replace this one.
Added by Shawdau on Feb 09, 2014 6:35 PM
|b fristoe||stapp cemetery, Lexington, MO|
Since you are a MO native, I hope you can find this cemetery and answer all the grave finder requests for it. My husband and I spent a very interesting afternoon and finally found its location - an isolated cemetery, the oldest in Lafayette Co., and about a two mile hike off the road through a corn field, across a creek, into a woodsy brushy area perfect for hiding a group of bushwhackers and their horses. The people who own the adjoining land visited it in the 70s and said the last burial was in the very early 1900s. So we leave this grave finders paradise to a younger and more able personage to explore and photograph. It is north of Bates City near the corner of D and FF. You should expect to clear the brush and clean the stones as I expect it is probably about 100 years since anyone has done that.
Good luck. And please post your findings as I am indeed curious.
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