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Kathy Edwards (#47180933)
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I grew up in Olympia, Washington, however my family is from Oklahoma. I've been researching both sides of my family - the Lovetts and Vernon. I'm paying closer attention to the Lovett side as little was known about them.
I'm enjoying every minute researching and learning about the past. What a beautiful journey this has been.
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Karen Griswold Stroh
RE: Samuel Jordan
Your welcome
Added by Karen Griswold Stroh on Mar 24, 2016 11:53 AM
Karen Griswold Stroh
RE: Samuel Jordan
Added by Karen Griswold Stroh on Mar 23, 2016 5:57 PM
RE: Ebenezer Vernon
More information... We have found a headstone of George J. Vernon, son of E. & N. Vernon. Did "your" Ebenezer Vernon named George?
Added by Casey on Nov 07, 2015 12:22 AM
RE: Ebenezer Vernon
Hello Kathy,
Regarding Ebenezer Vernon, we based this information on two separate inventories of Mt. Vernon Cemetery, in Miller County, Mo. The first inventory is actually a composite inventory, the first made by M. C. Shoemaker in 1968, the second Stephens Barnhouse on 14 March 1972. The second inventory was taken from Miller County home page. The stone for Ebenezer was listed on both inventories as broken. The first inventory did not include any further information, age or years. However, the second inventory showed the 84y 7d, associated with Ebenezer. Based upon your information, we reexamined the first inventory to find the 84y 7d information attributed to the stone of William Schanck, the information you have provided regarding Ebenezer will, means the 84y 7d belongs to Mr. Schanck and not Ebenezer. Therefore, the broken stone could acutely belong to your G G Grandfather. Since we found the location of Mt. Vernon Cemetery in 2002, while searching for our Brockman relatives also buried there, all but two head stones have disappeared. Hopefully this information will be of some benefit to you.

Don Brockman
Added by Casey on May 29, 2015 2:09 PM
Bob Miller
Lee & Ruth Vernon
Well, there ya go! We had to go back home and get some grass shears a plastic spatula and a broom but we got them dug out of the weeds & mud for a pretty good picture! -Bob
Added by Bob Miller on Jun 18, 2012 5:14 PM
Jerry Reiswig-82nd Airborne
Woodlawn Cemetery
Hi Kathy, Thanks for the Grave Marker photo's for Benhard and Esther Suko.
Added by Jerry Reiswig-82nd Airbor... on May 13, 2011 9:19 PM
J&G Sanders
David Duane Glass
Kathy, thank you so much for the great picture of David's marker. I'm so greatful to be able to see it. I really appreciate your efforts.
Added by J&G Sanders on Mar 25, 2011 8:36 AM
Dona McPhillips
Adam Boehm photo
Kathy, Thanks for the photo of Adam's gravestone. His wife, Louisa will be please. Dona
Added by Dona McPhillips on Mar 24, 2011 4:50 PM

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