|Don Sewell (#46959285)|
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My mother got me started on Genealogy as she worked on the Family Tree about 30 years then passed it on to me and I have worked on it another 25 years. Things have got much easier now that we have the internet, such as this|
site where many good people will help you out with photos. Twenty five of my working years were spent in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Then we spent seven years in Houston, Texas. I am retired,living in Southeast Kansas. Most of my time now is spent serving in a four county area as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for abused children that are in the court system.
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|Debra Fletcher||Spring Creek Cemetery MO|
This Aaron Fletcher buried in spring creek, son of George W Fletcher, is not the same Aaron Fletcher who married Arilda Tipton. Memorial # 24838307. Aaron Fletcher who married Tipton was a brother to George W. These Douglas/Ozark County, MO Fletchers can be quite confusing!
|Carolyn Rutherford||James Hall|
I wanted to know if you are related to James Hall. My sister and I are great granddaughters of Joshua Hall and I think they are related. thank you Carolyn Hall Rutherford
|Theresa Brown||Martha Thompson|
please connect James and his wife Martha.
|Theresa Brown||James Autie Thompson|
There are three known children born to James and
and Martha Thompson,They are Bobby,Lawrence,and Florence.
|Wayne L. Osborne||Silas E. Osburn and Sarah Elizabeth Babcock Osburn|
You posted a picture on
Sarah Elizabeth Babcock Osburn - Find A Grave Memorial# 38516203
of her headstone.
Please post the same picture to
Silas E. Osburn - Find A Grave Memorial# 94799478
her husband also on the headstone.
Or I can copy your picture, with your permission, and post it myself.
Thanks for all your work on Find A Grave.
|Christina||RE: Andrew Plumb|
No problem, Thanks for making the memorials. :)
This is my family, If you are not related to them could you please transfer to me. Thanks. Christina 46967019
|KaysRoots||William D. Black|
Mr. Sewell: Thank you for such a prompt answer. The more I study the records I have found, the more I believe that William D. Black was probably buried in Potosi, Liberty County, Kansas. The 1870 Mortality Schedule states that William D. Black, age 54, died in September 1869 in Potosi, Liberty County, Kansas. All current records indicate that Potosi is now a ghost town. My guess is there was probably no cemetery marker or the cemetery that may have been in that town no longer exists!! William is probably "lost".
Thank you again for all your help.
Mr. Sewell: I noticed that you took the tombstone photo of Naomi Surber Black (#29229841) in Ross Cemetery. Did you happen to notice if her husband, William D. Black was buried next to her?
No one has created a memorial for him, so am assuming there is a real possibility that he may be unmarked!!
Thought I would ask if you remember any specifics about the area where Naomi was buried.
Thank you for being a volunteer photographer for those of us living in other states who find an ancestor and request a tombstone photo!! I do appreciate the time and effort put in to finding our requests!
|Sarah Hill||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for the transfer!
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