|Kelly Robbins (#36158216)|
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|First of all, I welcome all corrections, additions, and link requests, and I am happy to transfer postings to relatives or (in cases where I'm not related to the subject) to anyone with a special interest in managing a particular person's listing. I'm not in this to rack up "numbers" but to preserve and honor the memory of those who have passed on and help those who may be looking for information about their lives. I always try to add as much information as possible to any posting I make, even those to whom I am not related, and I note where the information is speculative, not to claim I'm right but in the hope that others with more definitive information will come forward so we can figure things out as best we can.|
I have loved searching through old graveyards since I became interested in genealogy at age 12. I am the "cyber-founder" of three cemeteries on this site, Prospect Cemetery in Bois d'Arc, MO, Johns Chapel near Ash Grove, MO, and Yeakley Chapel near Republic, MO, the latter of which was actually founded by my ancestor. Besides these "top 3," several other members of my family may be found in Wade Chapel, also near Republic. Although I visit these cemeteries once or twice a year, I live in the Washington, DC area (unfortunately!).
I feel it is a real labor of love to remember our ancestors and keep their memories alive, including in ways they never could have imagined such as this site. As long as they live on in our hearts, they are never really gone.
In addition to visiting my own people, I always end up visiting famous people's graves wherever I go. I've made 3 pilgrimages to Jim Morrison's grave, 2 to Elvis', and 5 to Lenin's plus one to Marx's. Wandered around Recoleta but never found Evita. The saddest grave I've ever visited - Andy Gibb's. Worst maintained public cemetery - Highgate in London. Spookiest - the Kaisergruft in Vienna (it was so overwhelming I had to flee!).
By the way, I am also a graduate of Grinnell College, alma mater of the creators of this wonderful site. Last but not least, on behalf of myself and at least 3 previous generations of my ancestors who were fans before me, I would like to say Congratulations to the St. Louis Cardinals, World Series 2011 Champions! I was at Game 6, the greatest single event I have ever seen, as well as Game 7. Absolutely awesome!
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|Holly Hofmann||Samuel J McNeese tombstone|
Thanks for all your work and Samuel's tombstone photo! He is my 5th-g-grandfather & I'm a long-time researcher/addict. Anyway, we are vacationing in Gatlinburg in March and want to visit his burial place and wondered if you could narrow down his & his family's location within the cemetery since we need to be quick hopping off and on 81 on our way (5 kids in tow on 13hr drive). Also, any advice for finding the cemetery or is it pretty straight-forward? Again, thanks so much!
P.S. Here is a link to my line with all I now know:
|carolyn edwards||Melton Delbert Floyd and Sadie Hope Green|
As far as Delbert his full name is Melton Delbert Floyd and not sure where he is buried but I do know Sadie Remarried and she married Austin Barlow Basham and she is buried in Evergreen Cemetery In Braymer, Missouri She was born Feb. 2, 1916 In Greeley,Iowa and died Sept. 14,2008 Her parents are Anson and Lula (Keith) Green Have family history One of Delbert daughter was my step mom if want info write me email@example.com
would like to know more about the John Jesse Yancey to refer to.
what can you tell me?
Added by djyancey on Nov 20, 2015 3:38 PM
|Linda Doile Morris||Henry Yeakley|
Kelly, hope you remember me. I looked to see if any yea keys had been added in the last 90 days and found Henry and knew you had recorded him. States he is in the Yeakley cem. In Weber, Curry Co., NM with the number 154737134 . and while you are add it Kelly, would you like to have any Yeakley's that I have? Let me know. I have not made this offer yo anyone else.
|Secretum||Find A Grave Transfers|
Thank you for making the original memorials for Ethel Hendrickson Carter, Edith L. Hendricks Hendrickson and Norman H. Hendrickson. I appreciate your honoring my request to transfer the memorials to me. I have added a substantial amount of information to each memorial. In the Find A Grave memorial for Ethel Hendrickson Carter, you added some information. I left that information in the revised memorial and gave you credit for doing the input. All the best in your research.
Added by Secretum on Oct 18, 2015 12:43 PM
|Long Black Veil||RE: Asa A. Combs|
Thank you Kelly. And thank you for the offer to transfer Asa Alexander Combs to me. You keep him, I am not related to Asa or his wife. Asa' sister married into my family.
|Genealogy Lover||RE: Gilliland|
Oh, I'm not connected to the Gillilands. I wanted to find out if, by chance, you would like transfers of any/all the Gillilands I have.
Here's a link to my list of Gillilands.
Let me know!!!
|Judy K. Roberts||RE: Wade Chapel Cemetery|
If you would like to manage any of your family in Wade,
just a request thru their edit along with your contributor number. I would be happy to transfer.
Had a lovely chat with your mother yesterday, thank you!
Are the Gillilands your people?
Thank you Kelly.
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