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LP (#46788762)
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LLR
Oscar Chapman
He is my husband's great uncle and if u need any help I will try my best to help!!
For starters his sister (my husband's grandmother) is buried at the Jennings Cemetery!!

Added by LLR on Jul 10, 2014 1:35 PM
A Butterfly
RE: Jacob Lynch
Looking good!!! Thanks for everything!
Added by A Butterfly on Jul 06, 2014 3:37 PM
LLR
Almedia W. McLelland Osborn
She is the 3rd and last wife Samuel Washington Osborn had and she was also the parent of 5 children!
According to his obit.!
Added by LLR on Jun 26, 2014 1:55 PM
Barbara McCully
RE: Henry Nail
You are welcome as always. It was good to be out again doing this. I didn't find all of them today, but will next time, I hope. Isadora is one of my favorite cemeteries. Have a great Sunday!
Added by Barbara McCully on May 18, 2014 3:06 AM
Carol Oliver
F.A. Charley Martin
Mary Etta (Martin) Marler
Oakland Cemetery
Double headstone with William Archie Marler
My dad's name is Charles Archie Marler
Added by Carol Oliver on May 04, 2014 10:23 AM
Crlsteve
RE: Levi James Allen
You're welcome. The hard water from the sprinklers makes the inscription difficult to read. There is a low cement marker next to this headstone with a hand-scratched writing on it. It is impossible to read but has a tin marker from the funeral home that says Levi J. Allen. I would like to take a rubbing of it to see what it says but I did not have supplies with me. Stay tuned.
Added by Crlsteve on Apr 25, 2014 8:20 PM
Carla McClasky
Helen Odo
Hello,
If you could so kindly call Calvary Cemetery at (816) 523-2114 and get the location of the burial for me. There are too many requests for me to ask for all of them. You can email me back at cmcclasky@kc.rr.com and you will have your memorial picture within 2 weeks.
Thank you so much,
Carla MCClasky
Added by Carla McClasky on Apr 07, 2014 7:37 AM
Joanne Scobee Morgan
Woods' in Smithville
Wow. I don't live in Smithville, but it has grown soooo much in the last 30 years. There was a new dam put in because Smithville flooded so often, and that was done back in 1979. I remember that because my cousin lived there at the time and I was often with her since I was getting a divorce. They absolutely flooded some towns, like Paradise. It's all underwater. And the housing has exploded there. I would almost bet that there is a housing addition on that cemetery now. Any farms still there are worth their weight in gold. And I know that developers do not care one iota about cemeteries. They just plow them over.

There are some maps that show cemetery locations, but I don't know how to access them, but a guy sent me one, one time, that showed the location of a cemetery up the road from me, that has since been "moved". I have to say they did dig a holle about 8' cubed, but where they took that dirt, or whether or not they threw the same dirt back in the same hole is unknown. The obelisk and the old wrought iron fence they ran over is gone. I hate to see that happen. Actually, I think it's against the law and they have to get a permit, but in this case, I know they didn't, and nothing happened to them.

If in 1946 most of the remnants even showing a cemetery were missing, by 1979 there was probably nothing left to even show that it had been there.

The county might know. Or the Clay County Historical Society, if it's still in existance. It was gone, last I heard, but it may have been started up again. All the members died off and the younger ones just didn't care at the time.

I don't know how to get ahold of them, if they are still there. Maybe you can find a number or an address online for them.

I wish I could be more help and more optimistic. It's possible they may have been moved, but I doubt it. Those surviving family members that wanted to, moved their loved ones from Paradise, but many had no one left who cared or wanted to spend the money to move them, and they still lie where they did, now under water. Same with the Bagnell Dam project. There are towns and cemeteries all over the place, under water, there in the Ozarks of Missouri. Sadly, when it comes to money, some people just have no respect for the dead.

Joanne

Added by Joanne Scobee Morgan on Jan 09, 2014 4:05 PM
Jerry McLain
RE: Sarah Morris
Thank You for your quick response. I had tried to get change before and seeing you had taken over the memorial, thought I would take a try to get it changed. I sincerely appreciate your efforts. If you could, her husband could also be buried in Bethel Cemetery. His name was Levi Morris and was son of Elias and Catherine. I would
check but I live several hundred miles from there.
I Thank You very much, Sincerely, Jerry
Added by Jerry McLain on Oct 19, 2013 6:53 AM
Jerry McLain
Sarah Morris Stone
I don't know where she is buried, but the picture of the stone that I took was one that is in Bethel Cemetery near Grant City, Mo. It lies N of tombstone of my grt grt grand parents, Elias and Catherine Morris and My grt grdmother Mary
Morris Staats. My picture is the same stone in Picture taken and submitted by Barbara McCully.
It is listed in Bethel Cemetery, Sarah was the wife of Levi Morris-son of Elias and Catherine.
Just thought you would like to know this in case you would want to change or perhaps figure out exactly where her grave is. With Respect, Sincerely Jerry D McLain
Added by Jerry McLain on Oct 18, 2013 12:26 PM
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