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|Mark Loker||Mabel Wolf (1881-1970)|
Hello. I am Mabel Wolf's great grandson. I have been trying to find out who her parents were. I think that her father (or grandfather?) may have been Casper Miller (1833-1911), the Civil War vet, who is also buried at Greentop Cemetery, but I am not sure. Mabel lived in Salt River, Schuyler County, Missouri. Daniel Miller shows up on the 1920, 1930, and 1940 censuses as living a few houses down from her. Casper was Daniel's father, so I wonder if he was Mabel's, too . . . The only problem is that Daniel's father is listed as having been born in Switzerland or Germany, and Mabel's parents are listed as having been born in Missouri. Does anyone have any information about who Mabel's parents were?
|Anonymous||John H Morrison - Transfer Request|
John W (not H, actually) Morrison did not have any direct descendants. However, I am his brother's great-granddaughter and I would be happy to maintain his site. If this does not fit into your criteria for transfer, I understand. Thank you for all that you do. My number is 47172393.
|Eunice B.||Eunice Jane Demming Boatright ( 1871-1962)|
Eunice Jane Boatright (1871-1962)
Eunice's maiden name is Deming ( no two m's)
She was my grandmother.
Eunice Jane Deming Boatright's father was William Wirt Deming and the last name is spelled Deming with one m. He was my great grandfather.
|judy ||Theo and Sarah Terry Brigham|
I would be very glad to straighten out the relationships and info on this memorial. These are my great grandparents and I have a lot os personal info. Just tell me how to help.
Added by judy on Jun 25, 2015 10:08 PM
|KM||Transfer Grandparents Memorial|
Hello, will you consider transferring my Grandparents and their two children over to me?
John Connrad Peters 73560828
Emma Alice Peters 73560746
My number is 4877700074
Added by KM on Jun 16, 2015 9:39 AM
|Indiana Bill||Joseph Antal 44317730|
I deleted the memorials I created for Joseph & Rose. You're right, Joseph's obituary information indicates a burial in the German Methodist Cemetlery and I'm sure Dana would have informed you if she had found the gravestone elsewhere. Thanks for letting me know about my error. --Indiana Bill
|Lynn Smith||Memorial# 50959304|
My grandfather Lenna Harmon West was also a son of Harmon Gray West. He was born 1893 and died 1971. He is buried in Forest Park in Shreveport, La. He married Clara Mae Carroll in 1914 in Schuyler County.
Thanks, Lynn Smith
|Judy Mayberry Belford||Bradley Cemetery|
Thank you so much for posting the burials at Bradley Cemetery. I need proof that Leonard T Bradley and Eleanor Green Owings Bradley are buried her along with their death dates and any other cemetery information for a DAR application. I realize the stones are no longer standing. DAR will only accept photos of the stones or the print cemetery records/index, and not the text information on a FG memorial page. My library does not have the listing for Bradley cemetery. Can you tell me where you found the information so I can request a copy of the page and source citation?
|Uncle Al||Cyrenus Zadock Russell|
Thank you for the great memorial you created for my great-grandfather, C.Z. Russell! Two comments I wish to make:
First, the picture of him, which was likely taken from Leslie Anders' work, The Twenty-First Missouri, is reversed. Every other picture we have of him shows his hair parted on the left side, while in this one it's parted on the right.
Second, I want to thank you so much in particular, for NOT perpetuating the family myth that he was somehow related to Lincoln's Secretary of State, William H. Seward. It's NOT true and I long since got tired of hearing it.
Added by Uncle Al on May 16, 2015 6:26 PM
|Sarah G||John E Rowe|
I have an obit for John E Rowe (1872-?) He is buried at Sabbath Home. Let me know if you would like me to send it to you, so that you might add it to his memorial.
Added by Sarah G on May 12, 2015 1:13 PM
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