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DCook (#47190368)
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Bio Photo Retired and researching; the Cook and Richardson families, England to Dearborn County, Indiana, the Peters family, France to Detroit, Michigan, the Ashton and Miller families from Sharon, Pennsylvania, and the Limbaugh family, Germany to Missouri.
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RE: Stella Wilt and Elliott Wilt
HI Doug,

Yes Elliott Wilt is the husband of Stella Phillips Wilt and they are buried next to each other.

Take Care

Added by DSON1492 on Jan 14, 2016 8:29 AM
Lisa Olorenshaw
If I have sent you a thank you already, I apologize. If not, thank you so much for your time and effort in photographing the headstone for Guy Sibbett for me. I appreciate it very much.
Keep up the good work.
Added by Lisa Olorenshaw on Dec 29, 2015 9:07 AM
Arnie Lindberg
Terry Scanlon
Thanks for adding the picture of Terry's headstone! I worked with him at Republic Airlines back in the day! Thanks again.

A J Lindberg
Added by Arnie Lindberg on Aug 21, 2015 12:35 PM
Ruth Smith
RE: Leslie W 'Buddie' Steel (Steele)
Hello -In answer to your question about the memorial page for Leslie Steel - I did not know him. When I put pictures of graves and/or information on a memorial page I usually leave a flower. It is a way of remembering someone even though I didn't know them. Everyone deserves one is my feeling.
Now I looked him up at this website which you can access:
You should find the Southeast Missourian newspaper there. His obituary was on a page for June 1, 1989. Here is basically what it said:
Leslie W. Steel (and there is a picture)
died at the age of 76 at Cape Girardeau Nursing Center. Born December 22, 1912 at Perkins (could this be Arkansas?). son of John W. and Oda Ollar Steel. He was a construction worker. Served in the US Army in WWII; member of VFW and American Legion and Disabled American Vets. He is survived by 6 sons - one Etson Steel lived in Cape Girardeau at that time and a sister Leona Hitt lived in Cape.
If you can't find the obit. let me know.
Best wishes. Ruth Smith
Added by Ruth Smith on Aug 17, 2015 6:51 AM
Justin M
RE: Lindsay Family Cemetery
I sent them the coordinates, its up to Find A Grave now.
Added by Justin M on Dec 28, 2014 5:57 AM
Justin M
RE: Lindsay Family Cemetery
On Dutch Hollow Road. about halfway between Hwy. 50 and the river. Behind a big old brick farmhouse. Property is rough. Cemetery was cleaned up some when I was there, still pretty junky. Looks like it has gone to heck again from google maps.
Added by Justin M on Dec 22, 2014 11:50 AM
Carol S
RE: Clarification
ssa is same stone as (Commonly used in cemetery indexes)
Added by Carol S on Nov 26, 2014 8:08 AM
Gail Strevy
Eliza Hafer Ballard
Hi Doug! Lynne Barber suggested I take this memorial over, and I would be thrilled to do so. Contributor #48040626
Gail Strevy
Added by Gail Strevy on Oct 04, 2014 9:02 AM
Pete Nocks
RE: Bedunnah Cemetery
At the present it is not accessible, the land owner will not permit access. I just talked with a person that is working on a state project to identify all burials in Dearborn County he said she is starting to give in a little, he will let me know. What person or family are you interested in? He may have more info than I do and if so I will pass it on to you.
Added by Pete Nocks on Sep 12, 2014 7:19 AM
Pete Nocks
RE: Thomas A Cook
I found Thomas listed in a book I have as being buried in lot H-20, did not find a Elizabeth Horney, but did find a Elizabeth Cook buried next to him in H-19. I do not have a plat map for that cemetery and there was none listed in the book I have.
Added by Pete Nocks on Aug 24, 2014 2:16 PM
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