|Pat Simmons (#46877979)|
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I became interested in researching my family tree in about 1987. From the beginning a very important tool in my research "tool chest" has been visiting cemeteries and photographing stones of family members. The picture is of me and my research partner, my sister, M. Bishop. I'm the one really stylin' in my fashionable long skirt, however no shoes. She is smartly turned-out in her groovy high-heels, Easter basket and side-arm! Just recently we decided to post our many cemetery pictures with short bios to findagrave. We tag-team, I post the information and my sister posts the pictures. There are very few of our postings that are not our family members. There have been times, while in a cemetery photographing, I've seen stones with my family names and snapped the picture "just in case" they turned out to be in my tree. We have gone ahead and posted those pictures as we felt they might help someone looking for that person. For those not in my family, I would be glad to transfer ownership to a family member. Large numbers of entries are not our bag, but creating well presented memorials for our loved ones is. Our family lines are; Simmons, Stokes, Miller, Chennault, Coburn, King, Johnson, Walker, Thornton, Bryson, Vassar, James, Thomas & Tiller - plus many other extended families as we work back through the many generations.|
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|Phyllis Hensley||RE: Nicholas Vassar|
You are welcome.
|Larry Lagut||RE: MarshallJaneway|
I suspect you can get intouch with Mary to delete her entry for Marshall Janeway Find A Grave no. 44037428. I was just adding the headstone for this cemetery and I been intouch with her.
|Sherry K||Nancy J McAllester|
I will take what I can get...she is one of my elusive ones...I have a few of them, but I am determined. My email address is posted on my page. I so appreciate your communication and time! Thank you! Sherry
Added by Sherry K on Jan 08, 2013 5:20 PM
|Sherry K||Nancy J McAllester|
Hello. My GGGrandmother was Nancy J McAllester, spelling I am not totally sure of as it is different every where I look...I do not have her date of death yet. She married James Henry Chenault in 1880 in Saline, Arkansas and had a daughter Anna. Nancy married 4 more times. Unlucky widow I guess. What I would like to know is if you may have more information on her and if you and I may be distant relatives. That would be great.
Her daughter was my Great Grandmother, Nora Belle Ray, then Grandmother Johnnie Willie Headrick, then my dad, Tom T Hunt....
Let me know? Sherry
Added by Sherry K on Jan 08, 2013 5:30 AM
To answer your question, yes, Joplin straddles two counties. The Freeman Hospital is in Newton County, and the St. John's Hospital was in Jasper County. It was destroyed during the tornado. If the obituary said she died at Freeman Hospital, then that is correct. It may take awhile, but I will try to locate her obituary.
Added by JFI on Nov 12, 2012 8:58 PM
|Robin & Linda McBride Lipford||Zara King Worrell info|
I have added the info you sent about Zara King Worrell. I do not have any other info, was just getting the picture requested. I live about 5 miles from the cemetery and was out riding filling photo requests on a pretty day. If you desire the memorial, just let me know. Glad to provide it for added input from a relative.
Have a great day.
|Robin & Linda McBride Lipford||Ernie C. Worrell headstone pic|
I just posted a picture of the headstone with Ernie C. Worrell's name on it in the Boyles Chapel Church cemetery. You may want to include the birth and death dates in the memorial.
Have a great day!
Sorry so long but havn't been on site for a long time. Been fighting cancer and just havn't done any research for a long time. I posted John Wesley Slaughter headstone to his memorial. Thanks for bringing that to my attention.
|Graver Gal||Tillers at Bloomfield|
I just wanted you to know that I added photos to your Tillers at North Antioch Cemetery.
|Denmother||RE: Jesse Payne|
You're welcome. We're glad we could help.
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