|Ron Mac (#46931715)|
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Im a steel/metal fabricator who resides in the historic town of Independence, Missouri. I mainly research and photograph cemeteries in Jackson, Johnson, LaFayette, Cass & Clay counties in Missouri, but occasionally road trip into the northwestern part of the state. |
A member of the Civil War Round Table of Western Missouri.
Use the edit buttons to notify me of any corrections/ remove photos/ duplication deletes, or to add any info to the memorials I have listed. Please make sure your info is correct. Always happy to transfer memorials that aren't related to me. All my work here on Findagrave is to help people find/see the burial location of a ancestor/relative/friend and that they won't be forgotten.
Please ask for permission before using/copying my photos.
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hi was wanting to see if you would transfer this#27489961 this is my grandpa my mom's dad thank you for your time sherrie howe
hi i wanted to see if you would transfer this #27489921 this is mu uncle ,thank you for your time sherrie howe
hi ron. i would like to see if you would transfer this over to me this my grandma #27489985. thank you sherrie howe
|Martha Hughes Thoman||Charles W Johnson|
The information attached to Charles W Johnson, married to Abby Pryor who are buried in the Buckner Hills, cemetery in Buckner, Jackson county, Mo
The parents and siblings for Charles W Johnson 1861-1953
Are incorrect. I hope I did not provide that info, if I did, I am so sorry. Please correct the information.
Charles W Johnson's parents are Henry H Johnson and Sarah Susan Ridgeway Johnson.
He is an uncle to Charles Arthur Johnson, also buried in Buckner cemetery.
Charles was born in Pickaway County, OH and was brought to Jackson county MO by his father in Mar 1869. His mother Sarah Susan Ridgeway Johnson died in 1860 in Pickaway county. OH
Thanks for the transfers Ron. Luteen Carroll
|mike m||Jas w mcmillen|
Hi Ron, wanted to thank you on taking great pictures of my 3rd Great grandpa James W. McMillen 39159009
I also seen that you took pic's of Margaret E. McMullin 102483208. I think this maybe His Daughter Margeret E. McMillen Hunter. I looked close at the pic you took and her birth looks 1860. I know she was married to a D.R. Hunter. and died about the time of what is on the marker. James was living with her at the time of his death and I have seen D.R. Hunter on some papers about him saying that was his Daughter. the marker is hard to read and I want to thank you for taking the time to do it. I have never been up to McFall, and with it over 5 hours away, I probably never will. Thanks again Mike M.
Added by mike m on Nov 10, 2014 1:13 PM
|Beth in Colorado||Guy Allen, Memorial # 60904387|
May I have permission to use the photo of Guy Williard Allen's headstone for my Ancestry.com Family Tree, please? Guy died in Camp McArthur, Texas due to complications of the flu. It's always nice to have something tangible when there is no access to family pictures. Guy is my 2nd cousin 2 times removed.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Myra IV 💕||Joseph Gilchrist, Quantrill's Raiders|
One of Quantill's 1st recruits... Just curious why you believe that he died at the Jordan Lowe house... They were ambushed by the 7th Missouri Infantry, preparing to attack Harrisonville. Another Raider, William Carr, is listed as having died in the ambush at the Jordan Lowe house in Pink Hill, which took place on April 15, 1862. Joseph Gilchrist most likely was fatally wounded during the ambush at the Lowe house, and died later in the night or the following day... Just curious if there is more information out there that I have not seen... I'm such a history buff. :)
|Myra IV 💕||Transfer|
Thank you Ron! I am excited to tell his story & create his bio!
|Merilyn||Julia Rutherford Anderson|
Thank you, Ron Mac. Finding Julia was a real serendipity. I had no idea any of my Bond County Rutherfords were right here in my own backyard, until I just happened upon your memorials from Elmwood Cemetery. Thanks for the transfer.
Added by Merilyn on Oct 24, 2014 5:21 AM
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