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Michael Webster (#46917675)
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Bio Photo My mother's family (Meek/Dyer)was from Everton and Ash Grove, Missouri. My father's family (Webster/Woodrow)was from the Des Moines, Iowa area. My parents married in Missouri and moved to Sacramento, California in the early 1930's. I was born and raised in Sacramento and now reside in Indiana.
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Joyce Ray
RE: Cena Smith
You're welcome.
Added by Joyce Ray on Jun 13, 2015 5:39 PM
Renee Werth
RE: Dr. R. B. Lynch
You are welcome!
Added by Renee Werth on Apr 05, 2015 8:03 AM
Annemarie Gerace
RE: Mamie Scoggins
Don't apologize. I usually check surrounding headstones for relatives, but it was so terribly hot last week I scurried on without realizing Mamie was right beside Lola. Thankfully, the heat has abated for a few days and I could easily get the photo for you.
Added by Annemarie Gerace on Sep 21, 2014 12:53 PM
Annemarie Gerace
RE: Lola Scoggins
You are most welcome for the photo. It's always a pleasure to go to Forest Lawn.
Added by Annemarie Gerace on Sep 15, 2014 2:43 PM
RE: G.H. Ming
You're welcome!
Added by Diana on Jun 18, 2014 3:34 PM
james and martha McGuire
i walked the entire Mount Horeb cemetery in Camden county missouri today. I found lots of McGuires' but not james or Martha. I did not report that as a problem and left it an open request in case I missed them. we have had a lot of rain lately and and had my two granddaughters with me so i did not want to rule out that I just missed them. Sorry
Added by marge on Jun 13, 2014 1:17 PM
tina (braden) English
Hello, I saw you created 4 memorials on Find A Grave for Enoch Bradley ""Tince"" Roberts Find A Grave Memorial# 64935038 Frances Virginia Hartt Roberts Find A Grave Memorial# 65069830 John P Roberts Find A Grave Memorial# 104840460 Wint "Dutch" Roberts Find A Grave Memorial# 45792394 I was wandering if you are related to these four......If you are not related would you be willing to transfer them to me. John P Roberts is my Great Grandpa Enoch and Wint are my Great Uncles. Thank you tina (braden) (#48234324)
Added by tina (braden) English on Feb 10, 2014 10:53 AM
Durrill Cemetery in Pettis County
I also found this if it helps:

UPDATE: Oct. 5, 2007, from Vesta L. DeRiso
"The Durrill Cemetery has been destroyed. The farmer (not Sam Anderson) who
owns the land plowed it up and tossed the stones. There are 3 stones still in
the woods - and two of them are not on the list - probably because the woods
had already claimed them. One of them is Mary G., wife of M. Reed. The other
is Ruth, wife of Jacob Yankee (which would be significant). She is Ruth
Goodnight Yankee. The Goodnights have kept their cemetery in good order, and
they might want to know that the stone is there."
Added by OBrien on Oct 15, 2013 7:40 PM
Durrill Cemetery in Pettis County
I notice that you had some requests for this cemetery. I started researching to find a location to photograph the stones, but in the process, I found a message board from back in 2007 that was on Here are some of the comments that followed the thread about the cemetery:

Comment #1
The Durrill Cemetery has been destroyed, for anyone who is interested. It was plowed under and turned into a cornfield. The stones were tossed. Very, very disappointing.
Comment #2
The current landowner's father used some of the headstones for a sidewalk years ago and the current landowner wouldn't allow descendants to visit the cemetery. I'm just greatful that someone documented who was there.
It's a disgrace that some people have no better sense of history.
Comment #3
I photographed the 3 stones that remained. I don't know that two of them were recorded before - and they only remain because they're not at all visible (unless you know where to look). The third stone was pretty much washed clean. None of my family stones remained. Yes, it's a disgrace. These were the oldest residents of Pettis County, and they have been very badly treated. It's not just the landowner's fault, though. This cemetery should have been protected.

I just wanted to let you know so that you aren't waiting for the pictures. I'm very sorry....
Added by OBrien on Oct 15, 2013 7:35 PM
Linda Betlock
RE: Sinia Meek Glass
You are very welcome. Let me know if you need anything else in the area.

Added by Linda Betlock on Aug 15, 2013 9:47 PM
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