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Kennith & Michelle "Clark" Wetzel (#46935165)
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We both enjoy taking photos of local cemeteries as time permits. I was born in Christian County, Illinois and Kennith comes from Oregon County, Missouri.

My family lines are Clark, Traylor, Cook, Clifton, Longden, Trapp, Krouse/Krause, McDonald.

Kennith's family lines are Wetzel, Sanders, Linger, Smith, Foltz, Bonnett, Motz, Geist, Pickering.

We are the parents of a son and daughter and have five wonderful grandkids.

My hobbies include quilting and genealogy (I teach genealogy classes) and I can spend all day in a research library or cemetery and have been known to loose track of time and not eat all day!

Member of Missouri's Armstrong Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.

Kennith loves to take photographs and has had photos published in aquarium magazines. He is retired and loves working with his Discus fish.

Member of M. Graham Clark Chapter of Missouri Society of Sons of the American Revolution

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N. Houston
Aaron Miles Wetzel
Can you pls tell me if Aaron, who was in the Civil War & died in 1864, was killed in a battle or possibly from illness? I have been working on various Wetzels for a while to try to determine my great grandmother's ancestors.

Thanks for any info.
Added by N. Houston on Nov 21, 2016 7:07 PM
grandmacarol
RE: Mary Lutz #54158271
Thank you so much for your time and trouble. It is greatly appreciated!!
Added by grandmacarol on May 18, 2015 8:49 AM
grandmacarol
RE: Mary Lutz
Thanks for your reply. I appreciate your help in this. It's very confusing to see a pic of the same stone in two different locations!
Added by grandmacarol on May 15, 2015 4:02 PM
Annita
Poeschal vs Poeschl
I sent a private message re. these burials at Immaculate Conception Cemetery.
Added by Annita on Jun 28, 2013 4:52 PM
Nancy Meadows
Abraham Barnes
Thanks for being the go-between, Shelly! The info has been added.
Added by Nancy Meadows on Jan 04, 2013 10:27 PM
Mary Lynne Suder
RE: Florence South Hardister
Michelle,

Thanks for the transfer. I appreciate it.

Mary Lynne
Added by Mary Lynne Suder on May 07, 2012 8:10 PM
Chet Walker
RE: Caleb Washington Traylor
You are quite welcome. I stumbled across it on ancestry.com I believe.
My wife is a Traylor descendant thru the Traylor branch that made its way to GA- Humphrey Traylor.
Added by Chet Walker on May 07, 2012 4:44 PM
Rob Kern
RE: John Sanders, Trigg Cemetery
There was another marker next to this one for Hannah Sanders. I posted it to her memorial page. This is an old mostly grown over cemetery. There are alot of Sanderses buried there. I saw at least three DAR markers for revolutionary war soldiers.
Added by Rob Kern on Jan 07, 2012 6:36 PM
Rob Kern
RE: John Sanders, Trigg Cemetery
There was another marker next to this one for Hannah Sanders. I posted it to her memorial page. This is an old moetly grown over cemetery. There are alot of Sanderses buried there. I saw at least three DAR markers for revolutionary war soldiers.
Added by Rob Kern on Jan 07, 2012 6:34 PM
Steve Stokes
Burton
Thank you for fining my Aunt Sally and Uncle George stone . Thanks for your time Steve Stokes
Added by Steve Stokes on Aug 02, 2011 10:56 AM
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