|Betty Sears (#46938208)|
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I am a DAR member and have done extensive research on the Cedar KS, Smith County Cemetery.|
In May 2008, my husband and I walked the cemetery and took photos of all of the grave stones.
I am in the process of getting all of the information posted to Find a Grave.
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I can't remove your picture since you posted it. You are the only one who can.
Added by TLC on Feb 02, 2016 8:29 AM
|Deb||RE: Mem # 17463749|
I did a little research on ancestry.com and managed to find Philip in KS. I added a few links, and sent links to other siblings. No documents, but hope that helps.
Added by Deb on Jan 28, 2016 8:24 AM
|Michael||RE: Stone for William I Reed|
You are very welcome. I am glad I could help. Find-a-Grave is a nice website for genealogist.
Added by Michael on Sep 30, 2015 5:01 PM
|Michael||William Reed (Crown Hill Cemetery)|
Sorry for the very late reply on your request. Due to lack of time and so many requests it is hard to complete them all in a timely basis. Also I have been off line for a very, very long time.
You sent me the below message,
“William I Reed - I am looking for a William I Reed who purchased lots in the Cedar Cemetery, Cedar KS. on Nov 4 1899. I have record of his purchase of the lots and there are 3 cement grave stones marking graves of 3 infants. Do you also have his obit and know who his wife was? I would like to know if he ever passed thru Kansas.”
I do not have any information for William I. Reed and do not know if he passed thru Kansas. I set up his memorial a while back and I just posted a photo of his grave stone for you. He is laid to rest with his wife, Ellen Eliza Reed.
Added by Michael on Sep 29, 2015 5:56 PM
|judy lakkis||RE: Collins Gravestone|
I photographed the plot# 140. You can see I in the left hand corner. It is still in Section L as stated before.
|Jill Greene||Alice Collins|
Hey there, just wanted you to know that the memorial is fixed... great job!
|judy lakkis||RE: Alice Collins|
Yes It is an unmarked grave.. I wrote this in the photo page.
|Bill Herrman||RE: Thomas L Bane # 33189609|
Please refer to your email account for my reply.
|Scot Gaddis||Hello Betty (Infant Gaddis Cedar)|
This is Scot Gaddis I hope you remember me, David and Sondra's youngest. Well I have been doing some genealogy on my family line and I first want to thank you for all the time you have put in with photos and bio's for Find A Grave. Well I have discovered a connection for the infant Gaddis grave in Cedar Cemetery. This was Lindsey Gaddis son of William Irvin, and Mary Francis Gaddis. I hope this helps with the unknown or maybe you already knew. My best wishes!
He is my husband's 2nd ggf.
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