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Bob Lawrence (#46882733)
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Bio Photo I am an automobile racing historian specializing in the history of that sport in Kansas although I've also dabbled in genealogy for more than 30 years. I am also interested in the history of Cowley County, Kansas and its people.

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Bonnie Shirley Amery
Memorial# 168665486 Annie Morrison Hill
Bob,
Thank You for sending your edit for Annie's memorial.

Are you related to Annie or is she well known to you?
Bonnie Shirley Amery
Added by Bonnie Shirley Amery on Sep 29, 2016 7:11 AM
Dave Black
RE: Aaron Smith Bayne
Many of the stones that old are practically indecipherable. I was hopeful though since you apparently could read the inscription along with the personal information. I will contact the church there and see who manages the property.

Thanks.
Added by Dave Black on Sep 26, 2016 12:29 PM
Dave Black
Aaron Smith Bayne, Find A Grave # 83126294
Bob,

I am new looking around for graves, I would like to find the gravesite of Aaron Smith Bayne, he is buried in the Hammondsville Cemetery in Kentucky. Can you give me advice on if anyone would have a record of the location of the grave in that cemetery? I found the cemetery but not his grave.

Thanks,

Dave Black
Added by Dave Black on Sep 26, 2016 9:52 AM
Nonny
RE: Lovina Burba Wood
what prove does she have? i haven't been able to find anything. since i haven't been able to find anything on her or my gg.grandfather, Ichabod, i they could be buried on the farm cemetery where ggg.father Solomon is buried.

the lady that had the farm said she remembers a small cemetery there, but her father told it down because it was in the middle his field. she only remembers, Solomon Wood, because, i believe, it was on his stone struck by lightening. she was abt 100 when she allowed a marker to be put by the road across where she remembers the tombstone to be.
Added by Nonny on Aug 29, 2016 6:19 PM
B Mowen
Edits at Woodland Cemetery, Xenia, OH
Thank you for accepting my edits.
Added by B Mowen on Aug 21, 2016 3:18 PM
Nonny
RE: Solomon Seymour Wood
It was off Ancestry, I think, or here.
Added by Nonny on Jul 15, 2016 7:30 PM
Jessie Elder
Baby Boy Wilson
you are managing his site mom # 154291003 Plot division 7 block 57 lot7 need to try and fine out if it is my Brother Jess W. Wilson Father Patsy N. Wilson Mother my name is Jessie Wilson Elder Thank you any help is welcome.
Added by Jessie Elder on Jul 11, 2016 7:32 PM
Ray Vick
Ida Rhoades Killian
I am questioning the 1910 census showing her with daughters Anna age 5 and Ora age 3, also with son Harvy (sic) age 15, all surnamed Cluster.

I suspect Anna and Ora were not her daughters or the daughter of Michael Cluster. I suspect they are adopted from William Elmer and Cora Taylor; but am quite confused about how that might have happened.

I know Harvey was a Killen not a Cluster.

After Ida's death Michael married widow Lillian Virginia Taylor nee Powell who was married to Michael by 1915 and by 1920 is shown living with Anna and Ora (Cluster?) and Virgnia's step-son Earl Taylor in Center, Woodson, KS where Virginia had lived with her first husband Jacob Andrew Taylor until his death in 1913. What was Michael Cluster's connection to Center, Woodson, KS?

Ray Vick
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Added by Ray Vick on Jun 28, 2016 9:13 AM
Paula Walsh
Baltimore Cemetery
Hi Bob, I am from Farmer City, IL and recently visited Baltimore Cemetery in Cowley Co. KS. I was specifically looking for the headstone of China Baldwin, of which I see you added a photo to her memorial on Find A Grave. I was very disappointed to find that none of the stones remained and had been replaced by concrete stones with numbers, no names. Would you by chance know what happened to the original stones? I'm really interest in finding if they are being preserved somewhere or if they were destroyed. Thank you for any help!!
Added by Paula Walsh on Jun 27, 2016 7:30 AM
Marcee
RE: Frank & Kathrina Baldauf
You are welcome. Checked again when we went to pick up our flowers after Memorial Day. Don't know how I missed it the first time, but was glad I finally found it.
Marcee
Added by Marcee on Jun 18, 2016 12:14 PM
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