|P Jones (#47471462)|
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|I have explored the history of my family for more than twenty five years. I am fortunate that my grandparents saved pictures, shared many stories and had an appreciation for the past. Credit also goes to Great Aunt Lucile for getting me started on serious research. It is a treasure hunt that never ends!|
I will be happy to transfer family members to you, if they are not a family member of mine.
April, 2012-- I have completed the addition to Find A Grave, all graves not already listed for Rice Cemetery, Dade County, Missouri, based on the roster from 1974. I have added some that were overlooked in the roster, or were buried later. I tried to find information about every person, and hope I have made a meaningful tribute to each of them.
Winter, 2012-- Cousin Roberta McReynolds and I have completed the addition to Find A Grave, all graves not already listed for Long Cemetery, Dade County, Missouri. Roberta also searched Missouri Death Certificates to document burials without gravestones. We believe we have photographed and added all stones with names on them to Find A Grave memorials.
Fall, 2014-- Roberta and I have completed grave photographs for Shiloh Cemetery, Dade County, MO.
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|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||John & Emilie Stemile Emrich|
Above sites transferred. I always try to get memorials in the hands of family & you have added some beautiful photos on the Emrich family sites. Glad to be able to help you in securing family sites. Richard
|Farm Girl from MO.||Thank you for doing the edits that I have sent you.|
Thank you so much for doing the edits I have sent you for the Cannady family. Just one more edit to add to the bio. of Louisa (Elrod) Cannady's memorial #84544604.
Louisa was the mother of six children: Charles Sumner, Harriet B., Noah Barton, Maggie D., Mollie Charlotte and John Homer Cannady.
|Farm Girl from MO.||Additional info. to add to bio.|
Please change part of the bio. on the memorial for Henry Harding Cannady #84540035.
Where you have him as the son of James Cannady born in Kentucky please change it to read:
Henry was the son of James Cannady born in Nelson County, Kentucky and his wife, Elizabeth (Harding) Cannady, who was born in Shenandoah County, Virginia.
Also could you please add the full names of Henry Harding Cannady's children: Henry, Daniel Webster, James William and Francis Marshall "Frank" Cannady.
|Farm Girl from MO.||Information to add to Cannady memorials.|
Please add the following to the bio. area of the memorial for Henry Harding Cannady (1829-1912) #84540035.
Henry's first wife was Elizabeth Toler. Henry and Elizabeth had four children: Henry, Daniel W., James W. and Francis M. Cannady.
Henry's second wife was Louisa Elrod. Henry and Louisa had six children: Charles Sumner, Harriet, Noah Barton, Maggie D., Mollie Charlotte and John Homer Cannady.
Also you might want to add to the bio. area of memorial of Louisa (Elrod) Cannady (1838-1926) #84544604: Second wife of Henry Harding Cannady.
|Mark Mitchell||Clay Compton|
Me again, My Grt Uncle Clay's given name was William Clay Compton. Sorry didn't get the Find A Grave number.
|Mark Mitchell||James P Compton|
Thank you for all your hard work on the Rice Cemetery and a special thank you for the picture of Jms P. Compton and his comrade. He was my 2nd Grt Granduncle.
|John C. Mahaffey||69911537|
I am willing to assume supervision of the grave of George Mark Upton, Missouri, Polk County, Find A Grave #69911537.
My brother and I are the only living relatives of this family plot, including Corda Martin Upton and Wilma "Bus" Upton. George was my GG.
John C. Mahaffey
Find A Grave 47023090
|Darius Rogers||Carol J Moore|
Carol J Moore, nee Shouse, is the daughter of Marion Shouse and Olie Dell Finley. She married Ross Tarrant Moore on 03 Sep 1940 in Rolla, Missouri.
|Roger Whiting||Melvin & Annie Culver|
My heartfelt thanks for transferring both my great grandfather and grandmother to my care. I'm going ask my 90 year old mother if she has pictures and maybe a story of them.
|Roger Whiting||RE: Melvin J Culver|
Thanks for the offer to transfer the memorial, our family would appreciate it. Let me know if you would like an Edit page sent to you.
Thanks for your consideration.
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