|Lon Pribble (#47691896)|
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I was born at McConnell AFB in Wichita KS, lived there 11 years, then moved just south to the town of Mulvane after Dad retired from the Air Force. After High School graduation in 1979 I went to the United States Military Academy (aka West Point), graduated in 1983 and then spent the next 22 years in the US Army. My final assignment took me to the DC area, where I reside now working for the Army Corps of Engineers.|
When I find out information on a burial I try to make a memorial. Hopefully, this will help someone else in their search, if you prefer to manage your loved one (or just want it deleted) just let me know and I will transfer to you.
Thanks to all who have helped me with pictures and documenting my relatives!
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|Kevin Hinkle||RE: Vosseller Graves|
You're welcome. Glad I was able to locate them. Incidentally, there is a Vosseller Avenue nearby. They must have been a prominent family in some way
|Jacki Klawonn||RE: Maxine Moore Photoe|
You are more than welcome. I just loved their big headstone and just had to include it on their memorials because that farm was their life.
If Glenn and "Max" are related to you, I will gladly transfer their memorials if you wish to maintain it. They are no relation of mine but Maxine was the sister of my Aunt Charlotte Clark.
Have a nice day,
|Roibeard||RE: Anna Hansen at Evergreen Cemetery|
What about Daniel Hansen (Find A Grave Memorial# 91262571). I take it since he and Anna were spouses, he must not have been recorded there either or you would have put the plot location in the memorials. Did the office check for his already. There is a request for a photo of his grave.
Added by Roibeard on Aug 15, 2015 6:16 AM
|Roibeard||Anna Hansen at Evergreen Cemetery|
Hi Lon, You created a memorial for Anna Catherine Schwab Hansen at Find A Grave Memorial# 91262623.
So you have any info or recollection where that grave is?
Added by Roibeard on Jul 26, 2015 8:01 AM
|Sherry Paul Duty||Triplett Family Cemetery|
Some are probably in the family cemetery. William's plantation which I believe the cemetery is located on was inherited from his father so he is probably there. William's mother married again not sure at this time where she is. his brother Thomas inherited the neighboring property. That's why I think he is also there they were very close. Did almost everything together, business, friends, and then their military service was done together until Thomas sicken from the inoculation. I will still research the possibilities. Are there any record there, say with the county that would give more information. I know it a long time ago and a lot of records were lost in the civil war. Thanks for your interest.
|Sherry Paul Duty||RE: Triplett Family Cemetery|
Thank you for being so thoughtful for putting the cemetery and the memorials on find a grave. What makes find a grave so import to us people looking for our antecedents is thoughtful people like you. It is very hard to travel all over the country to find these little family cemeteries.
I have researching the Triplett family and though we have a William Triplett born 1719 - 1822, I found that William Triplett 1730 - 1803 was his first cousin. as you can see the family liked using the same names and being a very large family makes a job of sorting them out. but they were very well documented.
Did you know that the William Triplett 1730 - 1803 before the Revolution, William was engaged in many of the activities one would expect of the Virginia gentry. He and his brother Thomas were hunting companions of their neighbor, George Washington, and all three men served on the vestry of the church. William was not merely a farmer and planter, but evidently had a very skilled labor force which contracted out for construction on other plantations in the area. William and his workers made extensive alterations to Mt. Vernon for George Washington, enlarging it into the mansion we know today.
This is documented in George Washington's papers.
|Sherry Paul Duty||Triplett Family Cemetery|
I have created a memorial for my 1st cousin 8x removed Thomas Triplett. It is presumed that he is buried in the family cemetery with his brother William. They were neighbors and very close.
I have used your beautiful photo of the family cemetery for Thomas's Memorial. I hope this OK with you. I have given you the credit for the photo. If you want it removed please let me know, Sherry Duty 47081961.
He also served and died because he was inoculated for small pox. I thought he should have a memorial also.
Thank you for creating a memorial for William Triplett 1730 - 1803. He was the son of Thomas Triplett and Sarah Harrison Triplett. William married Sarah Peak 1862 in Fairfax County, Colony of Virginia.
|Chuck Johnson||RE: John & Ursula Gunsenhouser|
Once again you are very welcome, glsd to help.
|Chuck Johnson||RE: Gunsenhouser photos|
You are very welcome, I wish they were easier to read for you.
Sorry I got the second number wrong> It's #140607885.
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