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Dale Houghton (#47299738)
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Taking photos for Find-A-Grave is my hobby. Take all photos but military veterans are my priority. Viet Nam Veteran myself, U.S. Marine Corps 5/1/1963 to 5/1/1967. Viet Nam from Sept. 1965 to Oct. 1966. UH34 Helicopter Crew Chief/Door Gunner, HMM-361.
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Estel Baird
Henry H. Moody in Coffield Cemetery
I believe that the Henry H. Moody and wife, Nancy M. buried in the Coffield Cemetery in Arkansas are actually Henry H. Moody, who was born in Ashe County, NC, (which became Watauga County in 1850,) and his wife, Nancy M. Bloom. Henry H. Moody was born in October 1843. His name disappeared from Watauga County records in 1868-69.

Around 1870, this Henry H. Moody married Nancy M. Bloom, who was born in Missouri.
The 1880 Federal Census shows Henry H. Moody living as a farmer with wife, Nancy M. and four children in Bourbon Township, Calloway County, Missouri. In the 1900 Census, Henry H. Moody is shown as a hunter living in Mill Bayou, Arkansas County Arkansas. This Henry H. Moody was the son of Levi Moody and Aurilda Elizabeth "Rilda" Baird, both born in NC.

It is believed by many researchers that Henry H. Moody's middle name was Hedge. A Hedge Moody enisted in the Confederate forces in Watauga County, NC in September, 1861. He survived the war, married Ann Baird and had two children; Reildy Cordelia Moody and John H. Moody. About 1867-68, Hedge deserted his wife Ann and two young children in Watauga County, and they never heard from him again.

The disappearance of the names Hedge and Henry H. Moody from Watauga County records align very closely. Another clue: Hedge named his daughter Reildy and the mother of Henry H. Moody was Aurilda "Rilda" Baird.

Then we find Henry H. Moody of Watauga County, NC marrying Nancy M. Bloom in Missouri around 1870.

The birth dates on the memorial stone in the Coffield Cemetery in Arkansas, are the same as the birth dates of Henry H. Moody, formerly of Watauga County, NC; and his wife, Nancy M. Bloom, born in MO.

With all of this, I have reached the conclusion that the stone in the Coffield Cemetery most likely marks the grave of Henry H. Moody, formerly of Watauga County, NC. Other Mooody researchers also believe this to be correct.

Added by Estel Baird on Mar 27, 2015 9:21 PM
RE: Eduard W. Mittelstaedt (63819782)
No, thats his first wife. I was looking for his 2nd wife that died in 2014, she was my aunt.
Added by Mikale on Mar 24, 2015 12:58 PM
Eduard W. Mittelstaedt (63819782)
Do you know or would you be able to check if Alverta J. Mittelstaedt might be buried in this cemetery also? she is Eduard W. Mittelstaedt's (63819782) 2nd wife and my great aunt. I've been trying to track down her grave.
Added by Mikale on Mar 23, 2015 5:03 PM
Thank you for putting the gravesites online. When my husband and I went back there years ago we pulled off the road and walked back to the gravesites. We no sooner got back than a red truck pull in beside our car to check out what we were doing. When he saw we were documenting and taking pictures he peeled out. Kind of felt good to know that cemetery is watched after.

Thanks again.

Added by GAIL on Nov 06, 2014 11:22 PM
Are you related to the Van Camp family. Would love to know how.
Added by GAIL on Nov 05, 2014 7:17 PM
Cynthia Pierron Janney
Pierron graves
Please transfer all Pierron graves in Lone Tree cemetery in Stuttgart to me:

They are either great aunts or uncles or cousins of mine.

Thank you, Cynthia Pierron Janney
Added by Cynthia Pierron Janney on Oct 28, 2014 10:15 PM
Johnie R
RE: Townsend Memorials
Mr. Houghton,
Thank you. I will be happy to accept transfer of these memorials. I am not blood related but my children are on their father's side and if any closer family member should come forward and ask for them, I will be happy to turn them over.
Ms. JS Roberts
Added by Johnie R on Sep 25, 2014 11:16 PM
Johnie R
Townsend Markers
Thank you so much for photographing the grave marker of Loyd Jefferson Townsend and Alice Viola Townsend. I can now make some corrections on the family tree of Alice's date of death. Your photo is sincerely appreciated. These are my children's paternal great-grandparents.
Ms. J.S. Roberts
Phoenix, Arizona
Added by Johnie R on Sep 21, 2014 9:26 PM
Penny Jackson
Crock's Bluff
Thank you for all the Jackson's headstone pictures.
Added by Penny Jackson on Sep 21, 2014 5:15 PM
S. Trotter
Lois Pitts
Thank you for the connection to her parents. Appreciated! Sylvia
Added by S. Trotter on Jun 30, 2014 4:35 PM
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