|Cynthia Davison (#46772211)|
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Maiden name "Jeffries". Born in Springfield, MO. Moved away to CA & AZ 21 yrs, now I'm back where I can get my hands on local info. Graduate of Drury Univ. but my obsession is genealogy which I got started on when my children were born. If you need info or pictures from this area let me know. Glad to help, just remember my time is short so it takes me a while. |
Some of my family names - Jeffries, Hagenbook, Messick, Sartin, Watson, Cotter, Harper, Robbs, Pilkington, Pogue, Rourke, Stave, Stein - just to name a few.
Also connected to the Union Campground Association for the Union Campground Cemetery, Springfield, MO.
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|Lisa Gunter McGowan||RE: photo request|
It was no problem at all. Most have my family is buried there. Happy to help.
Hi Cynthia, Thank you so much for the message regarding William Thomas son of James. James Thomas is my ggg-grandfather on my mothers side. I think if you add James as the father of William,
william will show up in the list of siblings. I don't think I can link him on my end. Thank you again. Anita
Added by as on Mar 28, 2015 8:25 AM
|Julie Baker||RE: re: Wresche|
Did I ever reply to this message? So sorry if I didn't! Jim Wresche was the son of William G. Wresche and Minnie Emma Penter. William and Minnie are both buried at Greenlawn Cemetery in Springfield, MO. William G. Wresche was a brother to my great-grandmother, Friedericke (Wresche) Glaubitz.
Will be glad to share additional information on the Wresche family with you.
|Nancy Meadows||RE: Paul DeGarmo|
No problem. I've had those moments, too!
|Nancy Meadows||Paul DeGarmo|
I received your question about his daughter, but cannot find who you are talking about. I was sent the first part of his bio by another person.
|Joe Audas||Virgel Braswell|
I believe Virgel and Lockie share the same headstone and after looking further, it looks like they were children of the Braswell's ( Lockie died at 15 years and Virgel at just 6 months old. This appears to be the children's memorial. I will see if I can locate the parents headstones on our next visit.
|Judy Young||RE: Nettie Whitlock|
Sorry you are at work. I remember those days. I am retired.
No I did not misunderstand, I knew you meant Union Camp Cem. are the ones you maintained and as I said, I was the one that entered most of them and transferred them to you.
I made most of the ones at Lincoln Park Cem. too, but I have not really transferred very many of them. But I did not mean that cemetery.
|Harold & Wanda Blackwell||RE: Rebecca Roper|
Rebecca is my wife's ggg-grandmother. We don't have much information on her yet. We have talked earlier with a gentleman in your Association. I thought maybe I had talked with you also.
|Chanavee||RE: Error in your cemetery|
Well now, we have a problem... Have you physically seen the graves of the three you speak of?
My info came from A WPA project that was done back in the 1930's. I wish I had sourced the AKA better.
But I don't find Alma May Laney anywhere else on Find-a Grave. I can go back and look at the microfishe at the Family History Center. How far apart are these cemeteries?
Sorry, I need more info. on this whole thing before I will remove someone.
If these cem's are very close I can see how it happened .
Added by Chanavee on Apr 06, 2014 8:33 PM
|Irish Indian||RE: photo of Davison|
I'm glad I could help and it puts you at ease.
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