If I have created a memorial for one of your loved ones and you would like to maintain it please just let me know. My goal is to remember those who have passed and maybe help someone to locate a loved one.
Ernest Mize photo's Thank you so much for posting all the information about Ernest Mize, Morley MO. I have been researching off and on over the years, and you filled in all the blanks. Plus that photo is exactly how I remember him as I was young when he passed away.
Nancy S. Gudger Thank you for your quick response. I appreciate your help and will follow up with your suggestion on how I might be able to obtain more information about Nancy's father.
Just a little note about one of Nancy's sons who was named William McCrary Gudger. He was born on May 29, 1869 in Nashville, Tenn. He died on April 11, 1943 in Fredericktown, MO. He married Mary Elizabeth Hunter. They had one daughter named Annie Naomi Gudger. Annie was born February,1897 in Fredericktown and died July 1897 in Fredericktown. They are all buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery in Fredericktown. In 1930, William was elected Mayor of Fredericktown and he held that office for eight years. He was a member of Odd Fellows, belonged to the Shrine and was a 32nd Degree Masion. Perhaps someone can add this information to Nancy's memorial. Thank you again. Frances
Nancy S. Gudger Thank you for the excellent job you have done to connect family members. I am inquiring about Nancy S. McCrary Gudger memorial # 127197588 who is buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery in Fredericktown, MO. Nancy was the daughter of John Vail McCrary who lived in Fredericktown with his family. John Vail or J.V. was my great grandfather. He was born in 1821 and he died Jan. 1892. I do not know where he is buried. I know he is somewhere in Madison County but I just can't seem to find him. I was wondering if you might be able to help me locate his burial place. I would be most grateful. Thank You. Frances
Faye Seymore My husband is kin to her thru the Corbin line. Obviously, Clarence was her true love. But, I am curious if you have any information on the Jones? At least his name and or name/dates? I just have him listed and Unknown Jones. :( Any info would be appreciated.
Cemetery pic SA You have a pic of the new cemetery posted on the old cemetery listing The old cemetery was closed abt 1910 is called Saint Michaels Church Cemetery the new cemetery started about 1906 is called Saint Michaels Catholic Cemetery and once was called Calvary Cemetery hope this makes sense to you, they should have left it Calvary Cemetery would have made it easier Ted
RE: vietnam military history Thank You, you answered my question, was he a medic or in amedical unit. He was in the 51st Medical Co. i'm in touch with 4 or 5 guys that knew him. As a matter of fact he and 5 other guys made a tape recording about their experiences, and what they were going to do after, etc. It is now on a CD. I also started a face book page=51st Medical Co. Ambulance. Anyone is free to view and post. THANKS AGAIN FOR BEING SUCH A HELP. Also, thank you for the work you do concerning find a grave. What you do is amazing. Keep It Up As Long As You Can!! Darrell Smith
RE: vietnam military history Thanks for your quick reply. Would appreciate knowing for sure if this Mike is the one that was in our company (51st Med. Co. AMBULANCE) I'm fairly confident, because 2 guys said he lived near St. Louis and their surely wouldn't be two Michael J. Sibley's in that age range and Vietnam vets and being RA, meaning they joined voluntaril I think he was a career soldier, from the way his obit reads.. THANKS AGAIN FOR YOUR HELP. Darrell Smith.
If the family wants to see pictures of where he was the first trip tp Vietnam, have them check outv FACE BOOK page 51st Medical Co, Ambulance. Thanks again