|Dana K||RE: Missouri Jane Journey|
Hi Tiffany, I know very little about James W. Yarnall's 1st wife. I have a note in my copy of "A Partial Genealogy of the Name Yarnall - Yarnell 1683-1970", which was written by Harry H. Yarnell & Ruth Brookman Yarnell, that the name of James's 1st wife may have been Jenel, which might be a misspelling of Janelle. James and Jenel might have had a son named Price. I hand wrote that note in, but I have no idea where I got the info. Dana
Added by Dana K on May 16, 2016 12:06 PM
|chcobe||RE: Thanks for the Boettler obit!|
You are welcome :) Thank you for adding it!! :) I also sent one for his brother, Frederick Boettler, along with a request to add dates and links to their parents. It hasn't been done yet but she will get around to it, she is awesome that way :)
Added by chcobe on Oct 30, 2013 6:51 PM
|Deborah ( Lamoni ) Jenkins||William D Noles|
Thank you Tiffany for taking the time to take the picture for me of William's grave marker and adding it to his memorial. Now I'm a little confused , I thought this was William D Nole 1801-1878. Now I see it's for a William D Noles that died July 3 1856 at a year old and his parents are William and Sarah Noles. Something I need to work on , sounds like he must be the son on my William. Anyway thank you and I appreciate you doing that for me. Deborah
|Mike Harlow||RE: John Hansbro|
You are very welcome. If you have others in this area, let me know and I'll see what I can do.
|Mike Harlow||John Hansbro|
I asked my youngest about the location of John's grave. It did start out being Ridge Park Cemetery, but he was removed at a later date to Bethlehem Cemetery out at Marshall Junction. I got a photo of the tombstone, and will post it on the memorial that lists the proper cemetery.
|Mike Harlow||John Hansbro|
|Mike Harlow||RE: Thanks for your search on John Hansbro|
I don't think there is a mix up. The ridge Park Cemetery website clearly lists John Lee Hansbro being buried in Lot 75 in the memorial Lawn section of the cemetery. I checked the other graves in this lot, and some have stones, while others do not. I feel confident that he is buried here, but I will check the funeral home records and make certain.
|Christy Thorp||RE: Thanks for Rawlings photos!|
You are welcome. I believe I have a few Rawlings still to go so I may well post them again for you.?
|Alma Darling||RE: Thanks for Rawlings photo!|
You are welcome, Tiffany! Was on vacation in Marshall, MO. Ridge Park is a beautiful cemetery.
|Samantha Williams Green||Belle Ryan|
I will be heading over to the cemetery this week, what other type of information were you looking for. I have found a 1910 census that lists both a Belle and a Chas on it, but not other records. Let me know what you are looking for and ill see what i can find.
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