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|I live in the Moniteau Co., MO area, but I also research parts Boone Co., MO, Cole Co., MO, parts of Morgan Co., MO and parts of Callaway Co., MO.|
Please email and hopefully I can help!
I also have several research books of the above areas + St. Charles Co., MO and will be happy to do lookups too!
My family names are: Kile, Kyle, Wigginton, Marshall, Stanford, Gordon, Bridges, & Smith.
My family locations are: MD, PA, KY & MO
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|Marsha Williams Byrd of Missouri||Mary Fobis|
Thank you for the transfer. Marsha
|Anna Jaech||Harris Cemetery|
It seems this cemetery is located on land once owned by Elijah Bennett. Is it located on the SE quarter of Sec 4, Twp 46, R 12 of Boone - or close by? There are 3 family names here always seen with Bennetts. I'd love to know if it's on the farm of my gggg gf!
Just wanted you to know the cemetery is still snowed in. There's about 15 inches up there now and we are going to get more tonight. I will get up there to photo the stone as soon as some snow melts.
Added by moshiko on Dec 21, 2011 11:49 AM
I will be glad to photo the grave but it may be a couple weeks. We've had 20 inches of snow this past week and we are due to get more today about 10-1. I am doing a book on the Beulah cemetery. Do you have any additional information on this man? We are including as much info on each person in the book as we can possibly find. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by moshiko on Dec 04, 2011 7:25 AM
|Cathie Bailey||RE: Isaac McDonald pic|
You are soooooo welcome. I love being able to assist people. It really hit me with the first request I fulfilled. After taking the photo and emailing back and forth, I found out she and her husband lived in Africa. I live in Mississippi. That's when I felt my impact.
I just recently took a trip to McIntosh Co. OK and Johnson Co. AR. I photographed every headstone at Hitchita Lackey cemetery because my 2nd grand uncle was Jonathan Richmond Lackey, the one who set aside the 2 acres of land for the cemetery when a grandson died. I knew that eventually I'd probably link a number of them to my tree. =)