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|Danielle (Richardson) Sullivan||Roberts Family in Mission Center Cemetery|
Steve, Would you consider transferring the Roberts Family in Mission Cemetery to me? Thursey (Richardson) Roberts was my Grandfathers older sister. I have all the family information in my family tree.
Danielle (Richardson) Sullivan
|Wm. Winston Cochrane IV||Transfer Request|
Would appreciate a transfer to me for Martha Jane Russell, #39384296. She is my great-grandmother. Thanks.
|Dolores J. Rush||Thomas Akers|
I'm looking for this fellow for my Border War Virtual Cemetery. Do you know of him?
Thomas and Caroline Akers
Thomas Akers came to Miami County, Kansas in the spring of 1856, from Putnam County, Indiana at the age of 29. The county was then known as Lykins. That fall he contracted to carry the mail from Osawatomie to Westport, Missouri. On one of these trips, he was captured by a ruffian, Stringfellow, in Westport, robbed of his mail and sent on a boat, penniless, to Alton, Illinois. He made his way back to his home in Putnam County and returned to Paola in 1857 where he practiced his trade of carpentering for many years, contracting and building several buildings around Park Square and a number of houses in Paola.
He was married to Caroline Colton, of DeKalb County, Illinois December 27, 1859, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ezra W. Robinson, in Paola. They moved into a home at 106 North Pearl following their marriage and lived there until their deaths in the early 1900's. A part of the house is still at 106 North Pearl.
He served as county treasurer in 1864 and 1865 and was a charter member of the Congregational Church, organized at his home in 1870. Mr. and Mrs. Akers had three daughters: Effie May, wife of Harry Stockwell, born May 14, 1864 and died November 16, 1929 in rural Miami County, where she spent most of her married life; Mary, wife of W L. Joyce, Miami County lawyer, born October 29, 1867 and died January 8, 1961 in Paola. The other daughter, Caddie, born April 7, 1870, died March 15, 1931, married and lived in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Source: "Thomas Akers". By Winifred Stockwell Clark. Swan River Museum: Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas. Published by the Miami County Historical Society, Paola, Ks, 1987. pp. 80-81.
|Patty Thompson Garcia||Joe Amador Garcia|
I am Patty Thompson Garcia. I would like to handle my father in laws grave.
Thank you for all the work you have provided over the years. I am amazed at how much you have accomplished. You should know that you have provided many people with
|Dolores J. Rush||Akers-Allen|
It's interesting that you have a virtual cemetery for Akers-Allen. I have those surnames on my paternal side too. And have run across some of the same surnames of Akers, Allen, Boone, French, McDaniel, & Purcell, as well as White around Montgomery County, Kentucky. Have any relatives there?
|Michael Jones||LILLIS GENE TREE|
HI, I AM MICHAEL L JONES LV NV.....LOOKING FOR INFO REF JAMES LILLIS, 1836 IRELAND –1898 KC MO...I AM LOOKING FOR HIS PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS IN IRELAND. HE IS A DISTANT RELATIVE THRU THE DUFFY’S AND FATHER THOMAS LILLIS... ANY INFO YOU GIVE WILL BE HELPFUL. TK U MLJ LV NV
|Jackie Mundy||Anna mundy|
Steve could you please transfer Anna Mundy #28119385
over to me, She was my special mother in law. Thank you. Jackie Mundy #47579786
|D Bice||Transfer #32570855|
Would you please transfer #32570855 Patrica Lynn Eagles to me she was my niece and both her parents are deceased
Added by D Bice on Oct 03, 2015 3:09 PM
|Lisa Williams||Transfer Request 31768744|
Thanks so much for adding Emma Broshear #31768744
Can you please transfer her over to me Lisa Williams # 47202644 She is my Great Grandmother. Thanks so much!!!
|Mary Goff Frye||helen&michael goff|
would you please transfer helen goff memorial #28550519 also michael r. goff memorial #28550493 as they are my mother and father. my # is 47726813. Thank you, Mary Goff frye.
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