|Nancy Thompson (#47197580)|
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I am glad to make corrections and additions to memorials I manage – YOU MUST USE THE EDIT TAB on the memorial page to make your request. Linking family members is a tremendous help to others and I will gladly do so!|
I welcome your use of my photos in your personal research. HOWEVER, IF YOU ARE COPYING MY PHOTOS TO ANOTHER INTERNET WEBSITE (SUCH AS ANCESTRY.COM), PLEASE CREDIT ME AND THE FIND-A-GRAVE WEBSITE.
I am of the opinion that genealogical documents are more appropriately posted on other venues and would appreciate that they not be posted on my cemetery memorials. I kindly thank you in that regard.
If researching Vernon County, Missouri, please see these websites:
Vernon Co, MO USGenWeb:
Cedar & Vernon Co, MO Genealogical Society:
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|Jim Davis||Elizabeth Davis|
The obituary was provided at the funeral - She was my ggmother on my father-grandfather side. She lived her final years with my grandfather's sister in Shawnee (or Shawnee Mission) with her daughter Clare Walker. This is the reason a newspaper reference could not be found. I am in the process of locating my grandfathers brothers and sisters and will link them to James and N(ancy) Elizabeth Davis. Thank you for your assistance.
|Rick Miller||N Elizabeth Davis|
Thanks. Now I remember. A PDF with the obituary was sent to me by a relative in Grainger County who asked me to transcribe it and send the transcription to you for inclusion in the memorial. I transcribed everything that was on the PDF, and there was no newspaper citation included.
It is not my great grandmother a friend, Gail
|Wilma Parizek||Christena Redden|
Would you know that Christena Conrad Redden is my great grandmother by first marriage to James H. Scott who died in 1864 in prison during the Civil War. They had two sons- William H. John C. Scott.
Would like know who James H. Scott's parents who live in Ind.
Would more about the Scott's