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Pj Sisseck (#46625166)
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Since I live in the State of Washington, and most my ancestors did not, I visit their gravesites vicariously! Thank you, all you kind souls who help me do this.

I am into Genealogy. Here are some major lines and locations. The names in all caps are my grandparents'.

Turner - MO, IL, KY, NC, MD
Williams - MO, VA, GA
Glenn - VA
STAUBUS - MO, VA, TN, Germany
Maloney - MO, VA
Earman - VA, PA
Osborne - MO, VA
Schneewies - MN, WI, Germany
Schmidt - WI, Prussia
Dillinger - Germany
Branson - MO, TN, VA, MD
Sherrill - NC, VA, PA, MD
Perkins - NC, MD, England
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RE: Lacie P. Pemberton #100102663
Lacie was the mother-in-law of paternal 1st cousin.

Do you know anything about Walter B. Turner's wife? They were married around 1888 and she died around 1895.
Added by NHans on Apr 13, 2014 9:11 PM
RE: Thula Tackitt #7264195
Her Missouri Death Certificate File 31888 gives her name as Thuly A. Tackitt. She was born in Mountain Grove Missouri. Her usual residence was LaVaca Arkansas. She was the daughter of Jarred Henry Branson and Letitia Benson. She was the wife of William Harvey Tackitt (1882-1961).

If I am figuring this right, she was my third cousin, three times removed.
Added by Pj Sisseck on Aug 06, 2011 12:28 PM

Hi, I transferred her to you since I was having a huge dilemma over name in stone versus name on death certificate and which one would I go with if I were a family historian. Stone, as in carved in came up the winner, not that all stone carvers are good with spelling, especially country name spelling. So problem solved by delegation.
Added by GBern.O on Feb 21, 2014 12:17 PM
Glen Osborn
RE: Osborne Cemetery
Hi P.J, It is very possible that John Richmond is buried in this cemetery. There are many graves there with markers and I am sure they are not all listed. I received this list from an elderly gentleman who lived in Dungannon, who has since passed away. I met him in Osbornes Hardware in Dungannon.

James and Matilda Osborne were my 3 greats grandparents. My g g grandfather was named John Richmond Osborn and was killed about 1847 in Missouri by a wagon turned over on him. He lived close to his older brother, Stephen Osborne when he was killed. So I'm sure we are related.

There are many graves in this cemetery without markers and some with just flat rocks with initials. Cattle was in this cemetery for some time and many stones are turned over and laying on the ground. I live in Missouri, but if I lived in Dungannon, I would go thru this cemetery and make sure all stones were listed.

your message is dated 2012 but I just received it.
my email is if you have more questions. Glen Osborn
Added by Glen Osborn on Jan 09, 2014 6:13 PM
Vickie Porter
Francis T. Mayhugh
I have searched for a Frank Mayhugh. This Francis T. Mayhugh has similar history. Can you tell me of him? Was he married/divorced before he married Betty? Thank you, Vickie Mayhugh Porter
Added by Vickie Porter on Sep 28, 2013 2:55 PM
Betty Hunter- Harrison
The links had been made. Thanks
Added by Betty Hunter- Harrison on Apr 06, 2012 8:39 PM
Undertaker's Gr/Granddaughter
RE: Are you my cousin???
Yes, they are my gr-gr-gr-gr-gr-grandparents.
The Simpson men and their wives:
Reuben & Sarah Sherrill
Reuben & Martha "Patsy" Merritt
Reuben & Patience Jane Bates
Thomas & Sarah Chrisman
William & Mary Linck
their daughter, my grandmother Louise
my mom

Hello Cousin,


P.S. I am glad you liked the picture. :o)
Added by Undertaker's Gr/Granddaug... on Apr 06, 2012 5:08 PM
Dawna Westbrook
RE: My apology
No need for an apology. I was confused because I knew the original creator maintained credit after a transfer, so the comments written didn't make sense to me.

PS: my 40+ memorials, more than I created are all the VA's fault:-) Send them an update and they make a transfer!

Added by Dawna Westbrook on Apr 05, 2012 7:27 AM
Dawna Westbrook
I saw your note to Kenneth D. Bogard (#46562702) about transfers and don't understand what was meant.

When a memorial is transferred the record then shows
"Maintained by" and "Originally Created by" at the bottom of the record.

Am I missing something?

Added by Dawna Westbrook on Apr 04, 2012 11:41 AM
RE: Thank you for the transfer
Your welcome...
Added by Margaret on Mar 30, 2012 10:17 AM
Anna Young
RE: Herman Anderson Berry #86853845
His wife was Margaret Pearl Lively. Her brother, Rosser, was my great-grandfather. He was struck by lightning in 1936 when my grandma was 7. I am just discovering this family, and wish ther was further information. I know quite a bit about the Lively's, but nothing about the Berry's. :)
Added by Anna Young on Mar 29, 2012 10:49 PM
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