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Sea Sand (#47136227)
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I live in Overland Park, KS and am retired. I have enjoyed the FAG site, as I have found many of my ancestors there, as well as past acquaintances who I was not aware had passed on.
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Vince Hatten
my photo!
I did not give you permission to use my photo of William h. Williamson headstone. I have reported my photo copyrights to findagrave and in asking you now to please remove the photo from your memorial.
Added by Vince Hatten on Feb 06, 2016 1:49 PM
Vince Hatten
My picture
Why are you making a whole new memorial of William h. Williamson and using my picture?
Added by Vince Hatten on Jun 30, 2015 12:37 AM
Loth girls
Here is message from the girls 1st cousin, Bill Huff whom I see has contacted you. I have lost your email address so ~ ~
When Valerie was living in Albuquerque I used to stop and see her and the kids every now and then but she moved back to Wichita and is now in Tulsa. Vicki is still in Wichita. Valerie for some reason is not on speaking terms with me. I have contacted their brother and he never responded. Vicki did say hello once. I have a Nazi banner from Bill and some pictures but they don't seem interested.
Added by NJBrewer on Jun 08, 2014 12:54 PM
William Huff
RE: Sea Sand
Did not mean to confuse you. Thought I was explicit in explaining who I am. We have never communicated with each other. I will ask Boggess.
Added by William Huff on Jun 06, 2014 3:19 PM
William Huff
Sea Sand
Hello, I am Bill Huff, daughter of Dorothea. Who are you?
Added by William Huff on Jun 06, 2014 9:56 AM
RE: SM Parkway
The Post Office had a 100 year lease with the Barkleys, reverting back to them, John leased most of their properties (which had belonged to her family) that way.
Added by Bill on May 20, 2014 11:55 AM
RE: SM Parkway
My email is

I went back once a very few years after moving to Naples and saw a lot of change even then, ~ however I find 6915 Johnson drive is still existing as I knew it except for blue awnings. The building, was owned by the Barkleys, known as the Little Court House. The northeast county fire dispatcher's room was behind ours and court was held twice a week in the rooms to the east of us, plus the county auto license place was at east end of the building, with Duncan's Dry cleaners in building behind us. One of Bob Wade's restaurants, operated by his 1st ex-wife, was on the curve (old highway #50) to our west when I was there. First a Lumber yard later Moffets, Centennial Bank branch office which use to give me run of the Safety Deposit room after hours for my four boxes with coin collections, and a grocery store sat east of it.

Some kids at North High would stop in our apartment buildings and smoke pot in the basement stairwells.
Added by Bill on May 20, 2014 11:49 AM
RE: SM Parkway
Interesting was the fact that when in Westegarde's apts, 51st & Foster I went to slept in City of Merriam but woke up in the City of Overland Park. They had switched around midnight.
Added by Bill on May 20, 2014 8:50 AM
RE: William Loth
My message just sent you is under review by Find A Grave for some unknown reason, you should get it in a day or so.
Added by Bill on May 20, 2014 8:09 AM
RE: William Loth
I guessed your were of the fairer sex, and figured that #50 was the parkway. How well I remember it, ~ back around 1949, when in engineering college at 10th & Bales, I was out in Johnson county one night driving east back to Missouri on the new road where they had just poured concrete east of Nall which I drove into. Got out of it and went north on Nall to Johnson drive, then #50 and back home to 12th & Askew. Ten years later I was employed in Johnson county till 1969.

About ten years ago a cousin, David Owens, of around Independence, MO, was employed at what became Sprint, but got the can tied to his coat tail. My father set up original books for Mr Brown's United Telephone company in Abilene, Kansas around 1926 or so when with Arthur Andersen in their K C office.

The TWA training center was katy-corner from the later Holiday Inn, on Jack Bears property, (SE of the cloverleaf) and WW I Medal of Honor awardee, John Barkley, whose wife owned all the land NE, once to Lamar. The sewer district was then at 6915 Johnson drive, Barkley's building, so I got to know John before I left the sewer district.
Added by Bill on May 20, 2014 8:06 AM
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