|JoAnn Weddington (#47304357)|
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|Rita Osborne||Dolan Headstone|
Was wondering per you have taken several photos at:
Would it be possible for you to see if you could locate headstone's with the surname of Dolan located at the Freeman Cemetery.
|Marvin and Ruth Barckley||John and Rena Johnson Bogar|
Thank you for transferring John and Rena to me. It is greatly appreciated.-Ruth
|Linda McNiel||Vivian Goddard|
Thanks for taking and posting the photo. I guess this person has been deleted from my tree as I can no longer find that name in any of my trees. Sometimes that happens because of new info. Anyway, thanks again, others will be glad it is there. Linda (Young) McNiel
Thank you so much for getting this picture for me.
|Roanna Dolan Griffin||Dolan Photos|
Thank you so much for getting the photos of the Dolan stones. I can't tell you how much I appreciate it. Thanks again
|treerpgmo||Moudy Cem, Everett Twsp, Cass Co, Missouri|
JoAnn: Thank you very much for photographing the gravestone of Joseph RHODES (1791-1866) [link # 7563834 ] at Moudy Cem, Everett Twsp, Cass Co, Missouri.
|jo buis||Moudy Cemetery|
Thank you for the photo of the marker for Ambrose and Christine Brewer
Added by jo buis on Apr 07, 2013 4:47 PM
|Amy Adee||McSpadden Photo|
Thank you so very much for the photo!!
It will help alot in my research.
Have a wonderful day and thank you again!
Added by Amy Adee on Feb 15, 2013 8:37 AM
|Julie Glasscock Rogers||Margaret Janetta Riley Hatch|
I am a descendant of Margaret's brother Francis Marion Riley. Their Father was married to Hester Fortney first but then remarried while Margaret was an infant to a Charity Squires. I would love to know more about Hester Fortney if u have info. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|John Stoutimore||Jacob Elgie Stoutimore|
JoAnn: Thanks so much for this photo. Until recently this young man was a mystery. He went by Elgie. I knew he died in his twenties, but I didn't know where and when. I knew his parents lived near Harrisonville Mo. between 1900 and 1910, and I found Elgie's burial info a couple of weeks ago in a Cass County Cemeteries book at the Mo. State Historical Society (MSHS) Library in Columbia Mo. Elgie's cemetery listing gave his date of death, so I looked for an obit for that date in the MSHS old newspapers on microfilm and found it, then created the findagrave listing. Then you photoed the grave, and it's filled in the unanswered questions. Thanks a ton!
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