|Mary J. (#46962639)|
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I am looking for info on Charles and Emma SHowers children-where are they buried?
Added by Roxanne on Nov 15, 2014 10:54 AM
|Chris Mills||Benjamin Utley # 23667201|
Some links for Benjamin's memorial:
Father William Utley memorial # 38346877
Wife Rebecca Stevens Utley memorial # 23667271
I have not been able to find where his mother Martha is buried, some sources think she died in Posey County IN but I have found no record of her being buried there.
Thanks for putting those through!
|Peter Trainer||Mary T. & Lizzie M.|
I realized that the graves had been put up after I made my request. I had done my original research on these people over a year ago, before Janice placed the info. I've asked her to transfer ownerships to me. Thank you very much for asking about obits...I have them for Lizzie & her husband Joe, but the site that provided them, http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/chase/burials.html , did not have one for Mary Trainer. If it's not too much trouble, could you check to see if an obit was published for her? She was apparently very loyal to Lizzie, her niece and god-daughter.
Also, I've always wondered about the circumstances of Lizzie's husband's (Joe or J.J.) death. I believe he died of a gunshot, possibly self-inflicted, in Jan. 1915. He had suffered sunstroke on the job the previous summer. Is there any way of checking on this? Perhaps there was a news article in the local paper. If you can check, I'd be grateful; or please let me know who I might contact for the information.
Thanks very much!
|Kathy Topping||Kline Headstone|
Thanks for the headstone picture. I would have had difficulty getting to that cemetery to get pictures
Thank you for the wonderful photos.
|V Flesher||Levett memorials|
Thank you for the photos of the graves of Katherine and John B Levett.
Hi Mary J.,
I want to express my appreciation for your time and effort locating and photographing the Keech & Collinge tombstones. Find A Grave is such a wonderful way of viewing tombstones of distant loved ones. Thank you so very much.
Added by Mary on May 31, 2008 7:33 AM
Added by mhicks on Mar 31, 2008 7:37 PM
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