|Rick Burch (#47059122)|
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|Family Tree Climber||RE: Ethel Lintner|
You are quite welcome for the photo - glad I could be of help!
|Melanie Pohl||Thank You! (Lovell pictures at Gibson Twp. Cemetery)|
Rick, thank you for the Lovell photos! These are my great-grandmother's relatives and it's great to have some of the leaves on the tree filled in. Thank you for your time and your quick response. :)
|Carolyn Troupe Stoll||Tortellet graves|
Are you related to the Tortellet families? The are my mother's first cousins. She was a Tortellet
|Gale Yocum||RE: Lewis and Dana|
I'm glad to be helpful to your research. The cemetery where the Lewis and Dana Families are buried is the Lewis Station Cemetery rather than the Lewis Cemetery. They aren't but a few miles apart but they aren't the same cemetery. The Lewis Station Cemetery is at a dead end road that leads to old strip mining coal pits. Over a hundred years ago this area of Henry County, Missouri, produced a lot of coal which was taken out by strip mining. The Lewis Station Cemetery is in the midst of the strip pits. It also is overgrown with brush, weeds and etc. I had to spray myself with OFF to prevent ticks and chiggers for feasting on me! Gale Yocum
|Kathy Salazar||Margaret Armstrong photo request|
Interred next to Margaret is Pierce William Armstrong memorial # 85340022
|Gale Yocum||Lewis Cemetery|
George Lewis is not buried in the Lewis Cemetery. He is buried in the Lewis Station Cemetery. They are both in Henry County, Missouri, however, they are several miles apart. I first went to the Lewis Cemetery but failed to find the graves I was searching for. I found the desired graves in the Lewis Station Cemetery. Due to the malfunction of my camera, I was unable to get the picture of George Lewis' grave stone. I will be returning to the area soon and I will get it then. The Cemetery is at the end of the road and surrounded by very old coal mine strip pits. The area was once a coal mining area which has long played-out. Only the old water-filled pits remain. The Cemetery is brush covered and filled with ticks and etc.
|Jim Tipton||RE: Esther Wagner|
I feel horrible about this but, while working on the site earlier today, I introduced a bug that accidentally attributed all new photo requests to me! I have since gone back and corrected the issue and adjusted the credit for the photo request, but I am not able to re-generate the email that you received. To thank the correct photographer, please click on their name under the photo and leave them a message or send them an email. Thanks and sorry for the mistake!
Thought I would take a gamble...are you by any chance related to the Hartley's? I am looking for my 3rd great grandmother Margaret Christie Hartley's burial site. She was living with Eustace in 1880, Kawkawlin, Michigan. Thought I would ask if you have come across her. It makes me crazy when I can't find where my family's buried. Don't research, I just thought I would ask. Cheryl
Added by CherylA on Oct 14, 2012 7:43 AM
Thanks Rick! Appreciate it. Cheryl
Added by CherylA on Oct 04, 2012 4:52 PM
|CherylA||Eustace D. Hartley|
Eustace D. Hartley is my 2nd Great grand uncle. I am asking permission to copy his headstone to my family tree.
I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks, Cheryl
Added by CherylA on Oct 04, 2012 10:39 AM
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