|Martha Miller (#47026312)|
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|Cynthia Farmer-Nold||Harriett Ballard|
Noticed tombstone had two t's. So that would be the best way to spell it. If you have a photo and can email it to my listed address, I can remove any blemishes and enhance contrast with my Adobe Photoshop program, then post it. As a pre-teen, my son visited this cemetery with neighbors with whom he attended school. The real shame of it is that when the land sold several years ago, the new owners had it terraced, destroying the cemetery. That is illegal in Missouri; however, the destroyers paid no penalty even though more than a few people were upset about it. A face would make the cemetery more real, so a photo would be good whether you or I post it.
|Cynthia Farmer-Nold||Fixed it.|
You are saying that Harriett Ballard was only 5 years old when she died.
|Cynthia Farmer-Nold||I found Bland W Ballard|
and wife Parthena in Hillsboro City Cemetery, Hill County, Texas and linked them to Harriett.
|Ben Pollard||RE: Sue (Newman) Ballard|
Please use the Edit tab when submitting edits to memorials. Thanks, Ben
Thank you for the information on possibly Joseph Ballard in Hillsboro City Cemetery. I had wished there was more left of his tombstone. There was vandalism in the Old Hillsboro Cemetery for several years, and the broken stones were piled at the back. Some were readable and some weren't, just lucky that there was that much left of his stone.
Thanks again for your interest. I've added the possible name to his bio.
Added by Maggie on Aug 10, 2014 3:07 PM
|William Price||Matthew Milner|
Hi Martha, my Matthew C Milner died 1876 married Angeline Eastwood and she died in 1920. He went by Calvin.
|janine mcquiston||RE: Rhodin C. Hord death date|
Corrected and thanks so much. Janine
|Jan McKee||RE: Monroe Madison Roden Death Location|
How very careless of me. He was my husband's father. I have corrected the memorial. The paper was "San Benito News". Are you perhaps related?
Jan in Dallas
|Jim Fullilove||RE: Palmer James Flowers|
Thanks for the information. I made the correction the other day when you sent it to me. From now on use the tools provided by findagrave and they will inform you that the correction has been made. Emelie Raynham, wife of R. French FLowers was my great grand Aunt. So she was Palmer's sister-in-law. How are you related? Do you know what the "R" stands for?