|Suzanne Brown (#47595311)|
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I retired after many years teaching special education. I now spend time researching and photographing cemeteries in northeast Kansas. There are many small pioneer cemeteries near here, some of which are still working cemeteries. I also try to watch over and tend to the physical graves of our local Viet Nam losses.|
I gratefully receive transfers, but I am not a "collector" and rarely request them except for the closest of relatives. If you wish to transfer to me, you may, and I will care for them. If you choose to maintain memorials you have set up, that's fine, too. If I have created a memorial for someone you feel a connection to, please ask if you want a transfer.
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|Vanessa DeVary||Mount Carmel photos|
Thank you so much for adding the photos of several of my family members'headstones (Winett, Greenbaum)!!!
|Lauren Mack||Carl and Gertrude Glover|
Hi Suzanne, are you related to Carl and Gertrude? if you are I will transfer them to you. Just let me know.
|George E. Miller||Mayes|
Suzanne; send me an email. We are getting old can't remember anything. LOL
|George E. Miller||Mangus Jolly Mayes|
Are you related to Mangus Mayes. His is my wife's uncle.
|Phyllis Hensley||Irene Nelsen|
What a find in an a antique store, especially to have information on it! Some of my relatives did not identify the person in the picture.
Good of you to post it.
|Dean Chapman||Floyd Seeley|
I saw the photo you uploaded to little Floyd Seeley's Find A Grave Memorial# 88545082: absolutely stunning!
My mother told me the story of Wilson Seeley's son when I was little. And I've since encountered people who were told stories of the little boy who fell out of the hay loft @ 1425 Spruce Street in Leavenworth & broke his neck. But not even my mother knew the little boy's name.
It's only by accident that I ran across a "Floyd Seeley" burial record @ Mt. Muncie. And Floyd's mother, Pearl (nee Edgell), who divorced Wilson Seeley, buried Floyd under her own family-last married name headstone: Edgell - Pettit. Consequently, Floyd's headstone does not identify his Seeley surname. So, I obtained Floyd Seeley's Kansas death certificate, which confirmed that Floyd Seeley was Wilson's only son--& that this same Floyd Seeley was buried at Mt. Muncie Cemetery. (Further complicating things, my mom believed that Floyd had been buried in the same cemetery as his father Wilson Seeley: Greenwood.)
That you were able to identify that photo as Floyd Seeley is quite astonishing; especially since no living Seeley descendent--besides me-- even knew Floyd's first name. Of course, I'm dying to learn your connection. Should you not decide to tell me, I respect your privacy & thank you anyway. You had done great service to ensure that poor little Floyd Seeleywill no longer be forgotten!
|Phyllis Hensley||Irene Nelson|
I linked her to her parents. Is this a relative you would like transferred?
Love picture of her.
|Dean Chapman||Floyd Seeley|
Floyd Seeley was my grandfather Manuel Elmer Seeley's 1st cousin. Floyd's father, Wilson Seeley, was my great grand uncle. I inherited Wilson Seeley's fiddle.
I would be most grateful for any photos, actual or digital, of my Seeley kin.
|LSB||RE: Katherine Brauner|
Yes I made a call to the cemetery. We have had numerous feet of snow also. That is why I was so surprised and pleased when I saw what you had done for me. I remember only one trip to Kansas City so have no idea where this cemetery was located. Thank you again. I can see that you are a generous person with your contributions to Find A Grave.
Added by LSB on Feb 23, 2014 6:37 PM
Again - Appreciate you taking the time to get a picture of my aunts grave.
Added by LSB on Feb 23, 2014 5:43 PM
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