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Don Shacklette (#47254712)
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Bio Photo I was born in Neodesha, Kansas and spent the first 18 years of my life there. My mother grew up and attended school in La Harpe, Kansas. I try to get back to Kansas at least once a year and would like to travel back to Kentucky and photograph more family graves.
I have been exploring our family since 1957 and even there are some knotholes and nuts to be found it is facinating.
My look back stopped with Benjamin, born in Wales 1652 and imigrated to Maryland in 1678. The next steps are from Wales back to France.
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James Richards
James Shacklett

I have added a memorial for James E. Shacklett in the Vine Grove Cemetery, possibly a relative of yours? Memorial number is: 62189489.
Added by James Richards on Nov 26, 2010 9:06 PM
Leon Barton
RE: Dema & Benjamin Shacklett
I have made the transfer. Enjoy!
Added by Leon Barton on Nov 09, 2010 12:48 PM
Leon Barton
RE: Dema & Benjamin Shacklett
You are welome. Since they are family, I would be happy to transfer them to you if you would like.
Added by Leon Barton on Nov 09, 2010 7:41 AM
Leon Barton
Dema & Benjamin Shacklett
I made the changes to the memorials for Dema Lecta Shacklett & Benjamin Shacklett. Also linked them together as husband & wife. Have a great day.
Added by Leon Barton on Nov 08, 2010 8:21 PM
Linda Evans
Miller and Norton graves
Thank you very much for the great pictures of these graves. Samantha and Jesse Miller are my ggrandfathers sister and BIL. Minnie sadly no grave stone died in CA from gettting run over by a bus and was the daughter of another sister of my Ggrandfathers.
What a beautiful cemetery.
Added by Linda Evans on Sep 18, 2010 5:23 AM
Betty Miller
Thank you Don, I am so pleased to have the photo of my Aunt and Uncle's headstone. I really appreciate you doing this for me.
Added by Betty Miller on Sep 17, 2010 5:17 PM
James Richards
RE: Looking for a grave

Dixie asked me about her as well. I believe she died in 1837. I have photographed about 400 non-military headstones in large and small cemeteries, including some old cemeteries on Fort Knox. Almost all have death dates in the 1900s - a few have death dates in the 1800s and most of these after 1870. In this area, it would be very unlikely to find a readable headstone from before 1840. Having tramped Forks of Otter Creek and St Patrick's, both large and very old cemeteries several times over the past months, and if headstones that old exist they are most likely unreadable or buried.
Added by James Richards on Sep 03, 2010 9:09 PM
Betty L. Gonzales
Ben Rubin Baca
Thank you so much for your time, I didn't know if he had a headstone or not, he is from a family with 8 boys and 4 out of the 8 are dead. Again, Thank you.
Betty Gonzales
Added by Betty L. Gonzales on Aug 13, 2010 3:58 PM
William and Mary Cannon
I really appreciate your kindness in going out to the Littleton, Colorado, cemetery to take the photos of the Cannon headstone. It took me many hours to find out where he was buried, but now--thanks to you-- my two elderly aunts in Texas and Oklahoma can see their cousin's grave. Thank you!
Added by Lynn on Aug 13, 2010 3:12 PM
Catherine Clemens Sevenau
Herrick headstone in Littleton Cemetery
Hi Don, Thank you for your great headstone pictures for the Herrick's in Littleton Cemetery in Colorado.
The best to you, Catherine
Added by Catherine Clemens ... on May 06, 2010 10:10 PM
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