Hi again. We have connected on Ancestry and you already have the picture that I am talking about.
Just looked further back on your wonderful Baltzell tree and you have done a marvelous job~especially enjoyed the pictures. Didn't ever get a picture of Therese "Tessie" and possibly Byron H Dent....
Glad to see Emmett Paul Baltzell memorial here.
sandy in WA state
|Sandra Boudrou||Picture of Robert and Donald Baltzell|
One of my relatives (Dent) married into the Baltzell family and I have a copy of a picture of her with Emmett's wife Gladys and the two boys. You might already have a copy of this but let me know if I can send it to you. The picture posted to the memorial must be too large as it is not available to see. Would enjoy seeing that if possible. firstname.lastname@example.org
sandy in WA state
I read that the cemetery itself doesn't really exist anymore. Do you know of a place we could find more information? Library? Archives? Historical society?
We've been looking for Edward Morris for years, never guessing that he had moved to Missouri that late in life.
Added by E Nelson on Feb 28, 2013 9:18 AM
|IJBall||RE: Willis R Smith|
Any chance you can follow up with Woodlawn Cemetery about this? I'm sure they'd want to know if their records are in error or incomplete, re: Willis R. Smith.
Anyway, thanks for doing all that, and adding your picture to Willis R. Smith's page!
Added by IJBall on Jan 14, 2013 11:23 AM
|Ron Mac||re; Willis R Smith|
Hello Bob. The records at Woodlawn cemetary arent real good before the 1930s. Willis's original stone is still there located almost in the center of the cemetary (on the north side of Spruce Lane). Do you have any info on Willis that I can add to his memorial?
Added by Ron Mac on Jan 13, 2013 3:29 PM
|Janice Dean LeMaster||James Hughes|
thanks so much for the picture of James Hughes...he was my husband's great uncle....I certainly appreciate your work.
|bud smith||RE: Younger Cemetery|
Could be... The cemetery I saw had a house on the north side. The cemetery is really rough, almost as bad as County Home. But, I did see a few markers there, although they were hard to read and I was little leery of snakes.
Thank you so much for your speedy response. To be honest, I'm not sure where the cemetery is either, however, I did notice that all of the listings of internments on findagrave.com in the Jackson County Home Cemetery don't have pictures either. Maybe the cemetery has been destroyed? Maybe it has been moved?
I'm in the process of contacting the Lakewood Truman Medical Center to find out where the people are buried. My research has shown that Simmons was in the facility in their care when he passed away. I'm guessing the cemetery should be somewhere in the area of the hospital, but again, I'm not sure yet. I'll post more information when I know more.
Added by estevens on May 31, 2010 1:46 PM
|bud smith||County Home Cemetery|
Notice you have claimed the request to get pic of Simmons Stevens marker at County Home Cem. Can you tell me where County Home Cemetery is located ? I have looked for it, to no avail. I understand there are only two very old cemeteries in Little Blue Township.