|Judy Johnson (#46887320)|
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Because Anutt Cemetery seems like a family cemetery to me with many ancestors and relatives buried there, I wanted to contribute not only my family names but others who are interred in this cemetery. Erroneous information and recording mistakes do happen, so if any of you see an error, please inform me, and I will correct it! Find A Grave is a fabulous, detailed site, and I'm hoping that by adding names and data from the cemetery gravestones, it will benefit you in searching for a loved one's grave & info. When your search has been fulfilled, add a bio, a flower, and a note on that special grave!!|
Besides doing Ancestral Research for almost 30 years for both sides of my family and for friends, my husband and I also volunteer for a Dog Rescue Organization with the hopeful purpose of finding adoptive homes for abandoned and homeless dogs. Our tremendous success equals happy stories for the dogs and their new 'parents'! Success also equals finding a grave of a relative or friend, and with my cemetery additions, I hope that I've brought you some success!!
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Thank you so much for filling my photo request. I appreciate your time.
Added by TLynn on Jun 30, 2014 2:32 PM
|Marilyn A. Hudson||L.W. BROWN, b. 1849|
LIBETHRIDES WARE BROWN, (alt Lebethradas "Beth" Brown) Can you please update the listing for this ancestor?
LIBETHRIDES WARE BROWN, b. 1849, Texas County, Missouri. Son of Juan F. Brown.
"Libertades" = Plural form of the Spanish term for liberty. This would have been right after the Mexican American War of 1846. "Ware" = son of Juan Ferdinandz Brown, daughter of Issac and Mary Brown of Texas Co., Mo. She later married a George Bradford.
The "Ware" may indicate his father was a Ware (it is believed he was illegitimate) or it may reference Joseph Ware, author of The Emigrant's Guide to New Mexico, California, and Oregon; giving the different overland and sea routes (1849). *
|Marilyn A. Hudson||Juan Brown|
Have you explored the WARE families in TN and MO as possible fathers for her son?
Thank you Judy for all the extra trouble; Success!
Thank you so much for taking the time to get a picture. I appreciate it very much.
Added by TLynn on May 08, 2014 5:44 PM
Appreciate the offer Judy, I would not hold the copyright of the photo and not allowed per Find A Grave and now its' Parent Company Ancestry.com to upload the photo to the memorial. Is there a reason you prefer not to upload the photo as a volunteer directly to the memorials?
Added by PME on Jan 17, 2014 10:47 AM
|Joe Click||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for your work at Annutt Cemetary. I am the great grandson of John and Julia Kinder-Weber. I am the great great grandson of James and Ersie Weber who are also resting here. Thank you for your care and interest.
PS....if anyone had any more photos of the kinder Family please contact me at JoeClick84@gmail.com. There is a photo of John Kinder as a old man but when I was a child a saw a old photo of him as a much younger man. I have been searching for this photo for years and wonder if anyone may know he has it
|PME||Contact Info on Cemetery|
Thank you Judy for the contact info and names on the cemetery!
Added by PME on Mar 20, 2013 3:50 PM
|Rhonda Brooks Daugherty||RE: Hillcrest Cem/Toomey grave|
Sorry you're having trouble. My email address hasn't changed. I sent you an email from my address. Please let me know if you don't receive it.
Thanks so much,
|T and CF||Karnes|
Thank you so much for linking them together. How exciting it must have been to have had access to that book. I would have been going ga-ga over seeing that. I am hoping to someday get to Missouri and see some of the graves for myself. I have found so many kin there.
Added by T and CF on Oct 05, 2012 2:05 PM
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