|Harold G. Richards (#47091261)|
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I was born in February of 1948 in Shelbina MO, as was my father before me. I grew up in Pittsfield IL [1949-1957], Danville IN [1957-58], and back to Pittsfield [1959-1962] during elementary school years. I graduated high school in Tuscola IL [1962-1966]. Dad was a Teamster, and his job had us hopping around!|
Jesus Christ is my Lord and my reason to live. He has forgiven my sins and rescued me from a life gone bad.
I want to honor my forebears with these memorials. Patriarch: Richards, Edward [1678-1755]
of Manchester, Lancashire England and later Hampstead, Maryland.
On my mother's side: Long family of Frederick County VA, and the Heathman family.
I welcome any and all communication with "cousins" and fellow descendants.
Anyone's corrections, additions, or suggestions are also welcome. My goal is accuracy and completeness.
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|Barbara Thompson||Richard or Richards|
Maybe you can assist me. I found the below in the West Virginia vital statistics. Sparel Richard married to Catherine Mildred Carter. You show Sharrell Richards. Also the birth certificate of my grand father William Clarence Richard (7th child of Sparel Richard and Catherine Mildred Carter) shows Richard not Richards. Any light you can shed would be appreciated.
William Clarence Richard
Birth Date: 27 Feb 1895
Birth Place: Glenn, Clay, West Virginia
Mother: Catherine Mildred Carter
Mother's Birth Place:
Father: Sparel Henry Richard
|Mike L.||RE: My Mother|
You are welcome Harold. I noticed you are from Shelbina. My parents and most of my relatives are from there, or close by. Take care -
Added by Mike L. on Aug 15, 2014 1:15 PM
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge #326.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
If you have already received this message, please accept our apologies for the duplicate message.
|PShannon||RE: Mary Long|
You are very welcome. We got only 2 of the three you requested, though. Didn't find Nellie. She could have been on the other side of the one with Carrie, but the tombstone was leaning against it's base, with weeds and poison ivy all around.
The cemetery is in sad shape. Someone had brush-hogged some of it though, and sprayed weed killer, which let us take the pics we did. Also soneone had put up a nice sign with the Cemetery name on it. I put a pic of it on the main Granville page, hasn't been approved yet by Findagrave.
Thanks for your kind words. So appreciated!!!
Added by PShannon on Aug 04, 2014 1:54 PM
|Karin Lange||RE: Christopher Raney & Elizabeth|
Thanks so much for letting me know you appreciated my photo!
Thank You for the Memorial and information on Jakes from Va to Bedford County TN. My great great aunt, Lillian Mai Guy married Adolphus John " Dolly" Jakes ( 1875 Coffee County, TN died 1942 in Nashville TN. Burial at Mt Olivet Cem in Nashville TN by wife Lillie which died first. No Memorial on Find A Grave for him. They had children. A granddaughter is named after Adolphus and was greatly interested to know more on him , she too is called Dolly. Thank You. Carolyn
Added by C♥M♥ on May 31, 2014 12:57 PM
|Lillie Riney||RE: Pauline Shaw #7988112|
I deleted mine.
|RAYMOND NICHOLS||RE: Christopher Richards Sr|
My cousin Kathie recently took a picture of Harriet's grave and made a memorial page at
Thought you would like to know.
|nora barton-carver||warren cemetery|
thank you for contacting me back regarding the warren cemetery in Robertson county. after additional research i have concluded the person i was asking about, while probably related to those interred here is most likely buried in the carver cemetery instead which is also known as the warren and binkley cemetery. i am quite curious to discover the family relationships there though.
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