|Harold & Wanda Blackwell (#46805926)|
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Wanda and I enjoy getting out and walking the cemeteries, photographing the headstones, and fulfilling photo requests. If the photo we have supplied to fulfill your request is not to your liking please let us know and we will do our best to get a better one. Sometimes we might add more photos then you want on the memorial and if that is the case we can delete what you don't want. We will be more than happy to make corrections, add information or transfer the memorial to you if they are a member of your family.|
We have been helped in our family research many times by information on FindAGrave and hopefully others will be helped by information we have added.
When making suggested edits for memorials please give your source of information.
We will not make edits based on assumptions. Thank you!
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|Lynnette Grace Lewis||RE: Forest Hill Cemetery|
Thanks for the reply. I called the Cemetery and found the locations. They are:
Uriah E Clark: Block 12, Lot 49, Space 6
Emma Lauderbaugh)Clark: Block 12, Lot 29, Space 5
Minnie Clark: Block 12, Lot 29, Space 2.
Thank you so much!
|William Hunnell||RE: Hunnell Photos|
I have added records for P.R. Hunnell and Elizabeth Hunnell. P.R. is a person that I was not aware of and although I knew about Elizabeth, I did not know where she was buried or when she died. I am looking forward to seeing the photos.
Thank you very much for finding these markers and telling me about it. I really appreciate it!
|Lynnette Grace Lewis||Forest Hill Cemetery|
Hello Harold and Wanda,
I live in California and have been doing research on my family, many of which lived in Missouri. I found a Find A Grave memorial for my great grandfather Uriah E Clark, which was created by you. Thank you so much for this. I have been searching for the grave of Uriah and his wife Emma Clark (nee Lauderbaugh)and his daughter Minnie Clark (never married). I have still have not located Emma or Minnie's grave.
I know this is asking a lot, but if you are ever in the Forest Hill Cemetery and can find the headstones for all three, I would be grateful beyond words.
Here is the information for the three of them. As I said, there is a Find A Grave record for Uriah E Clark but not for Emma and Minnie. And no photographs of the 3 headstones.
Uriah E Clark, b. 17 Jun 1861, d. 01 Sep 1923, m. Emma Lauderbaugh 27 Nov 1889.
Emma Clark, b. 9 Feb 1867, d. 06 Feb 1959.
Minnie Clark, b. April 1890, died some time after 1959 in or around Kansas City, MO. Never married.
Thank you so much for your contributions to the lives of so many people.
Lynnette Clark (Lewis)
|Sheila Stehlik-Ivanoff||John Wesley Gainer|
Thank you for adding a picture. I take it he doesn't have a marker.
Do you know if the cemetery office would have any info on his death? I sent for a death certificate and they couldn't find one.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
|mrs||Charles & Sarah Stewart - Highland Cemetery|
Thank you for taking and posting the shared marker pictures of Charles and Sarah Stewart. I am their grandniece on the Stewart side so really do appreciate your time and talent! mrs
Added by mrs on Mar 12, 2015 7:58 AM
|Christa Isom||George Stevens|
Thank you so much for running out there for me to get a picture of his stone. And what a shock to see his wife's stone crumbled next to him. I wasn't sure she was actually there. You have helped answer so many questions. Thank you so much! I made a memorial for his wife Mary since we know she is there also. Would you mind posting the same picture to her memorial? I have them linked now. Or I can do it and make a note on the picture to give you credit for it. Thank you again so much!
|Vikki Prudden||RE: Henry A. Anthony # 43413476|
Thank you, and thank you for the transfer.
|Vikki Prudden||Henry A. Anthony # 43413476|
I would like to ask permission to use the photos posted on the above named memorial for my family history and on Ancestry.com. I would, of course, credit you with the photos.
If you wouldn't mind, I would love to have this memorial transferred. He was my first cousin twice removed.
Thank you for the work you do, it is appreciated.
|vogino||RE: William Alfred Graham|
I will be happy to transfer the photo to the new memorial, but I don't know the number. If you will send it to me I will add the photo straight away.
Added by vogino on May 02, 2014 12:21 PM
|Melanie||Clayton & Nancy Stockton|
Hi Wanda. I am Clayton & Nancy's 5 x Great Granddaughter. I believe that you and I are 5th cousins once removed, haha. I just wanted to say hi and it's a pleasure to meet you on here. Blessings : )
Added by Melanie on Apr 15, 2014 10:23 AM
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