|P. Anderson (#47150833)|
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Hi, Peggy. Hope you don't mind but I've stumbled on a couple of your pictures of grave markers in Stone County, such as Minnie Lee Maples Jackson Fugitt at Union Ridge Cemetery. I am going to use them on the family tree as long as that is all right with you.
Added by Sally on Jul 24, 2011 8:36 AM
The memorial page for Fannie Gilmore showing her tombstone (memorial #40394822) is actually Sarah Frances "Fannie" Maples Gilmore and her husband John Thomas "Tom" Gilmore. They already have memorial pages. Fannie's is #26114905 and Tom's is #26114839. Can you please add the photo of the tombstone to their respective pages?
|JayCee||RE: Mary Hafner|
Bruno and Mary are my great grandparents.
Added by JayCee on Feb 18, 2011 8:56 PM
|Zoe Tom||Piney Cemetery|
Celia Hemphill was supposed to be buried in Piney Cemetery, Stone County, Missouri.
I am currently trying to determine if there is such a place or if she was really buried in Pine Crest Cemetery.
Have you ever heard of a Piney Cemetery in your County? Could you find out if such a place exists?
Added by Zoe Tom on Mar 19, 2010 4:04 AM
|Jane Ireland||Old Union Cemetery|
Thanks so much. Yours was a good idea regarding the sign.
|Thom Painter||Painters at IOOF Marionville|
Thanks for taking the pictures of the Painters; I appreciate your very speedy response to my request. I was so glad to see her marker was readable.
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