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bud smith (#47209934)
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Bio Photo Clarence W (Bud) Smith was born 4 Oct 1936 in Overland Park, Ks. Raised in Sedalia, Mo and Wichita, Kansas. Attended Smith-Cotton High and Wichita East High Schools. Served in U. S. Marines 1954-1957. Involved in genealogy research for past 7 years. Family branches: Smith, Devolld, Wickham, Williams, McBurney, Apgar,Carroll, Burks, McComb, Evans, Reed, Nighswonger.
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 • 132 Memorials Added
 • 155 Memorials Managed
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Derek Galbreath
Eliza Adams
Hello you created a memorial and took a picture for Eliza Adams in Crown Hill Cemetery in Sedalia, could you speak with Roger at the office the next time you are at the cemetery. I was there a week ago and tried looking for the tombstone myself, he looked at his books and couldn't find her, so apparently someone forgot to add her in the book. This will greatly help me the next time I make a trip to Missouri. Thank you for your help.
Added by Derek Galbreath on Oct 23, 2014 2:10 PM
A.C. Rogers
RE: James Carroll
Bud,

The only Jim Carroll with a tombstone in Sunnyslope Cemetery was born in 1874 and died in 1949.

Carter Rogers
Added by A.C. Rogers on Oct 18, 2014 9:06 AM
Linda Dukes
RE: Wm and Malinda Gant
Thanks again, I had a photo request for them, and the person said there is no record or stones for them in that cemetery...I am putting him back in Henry County for now.
Added by Linda Dukes on Jul 16, 2014 11:17 AM
Teresa Willson Bennett
Aunt Laura & Madge
Hi Bud! So glad to hear from you! Madge was my Grandmother, I'm the youngest daughter of her youngest daughter (Patricia) & her third husband (Paul Willson). It's a rather long story of how these pictures were recently found (literally 2 days ago) but I don't want to leave a long public message so look for an email from me soon! So nice to "meet" you Cuz!
Teresa Willson Bennett
Added by Teresa Willson Bennett on Jun 09, 2014 8:41 PM
Myrna Shirey
Sarah Margaret Gordon Smith 48029255
Please link to her parents John Henry Gordon 65870293 and Alice O. Swisher Gordon 65870260

Thanks! M. Shirey
Added by Myrna Shirey on Apr 08, 2014 7:31 PM
T North
Merle Ninneman, Independence, MO
Thanks Bud for taking the picture of Merle Ninneman's grave! See ya'
Added by T North on Apr 01, 2014 9:48 AM
Penelope Macklin Morris
Henry Shinkle
Thank you so much for your efforts to find Henry Shinkle's grave!
Penelope Macklin Morris
Added by Penelope Macklin Morris on Apr 01, 2014 8:09 AM
Janet
Margaret Emma Neff Barth 89631736
Hello and thank you so much for searching for a headstone for Margaret. I am sorry you were disappointed.

Better luck next time and bless you for all you do.
Added by Janet on Mar 31, 2014 9:09 PM
Rick
RE: Caroll tombstones
You are very welcome.

Rick
Added by Rick on Aug 13, 2013 5:58 PM
J F-B
Entrekin
Thanks so much for transcribing the inscription on Jane's gravemarker. I had tried manipulating the image to read the insription with no success, but I really appreciate knowing what it says now.
Those polished granite markers are hard to read, especially if they face north and never get full sunlight on them. I find that spraying with water helps bring up the lettering if you can get good light on them, but north-facing is just rough most of the time.
I wonder if the younger Jane was nicknamed Jennie so she wouldn't be confused with her mother. The mother's obit states survivors included a daughter named Jennie.
Family names can get confusing sometimes.
Thanks again for your help!
J F-B
Added by J F-B on Jun 29, 2013 1:18 PM
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