|Robert Hoch||RE: Joseph V. Foster|
|Robert Hoch||RE: Joseph and Mary Foster|
"The Foster Family Burial Ground by Norman T. MacDonald. Data recorded by Richard Lander Cir. 1943 with additional research by Al Cerak.
|Mark A. Swafford||RE: Nellie Havenhill Hays|
Yes I can, It will not be really soon as I just made a trip out there and am now processing the pictures and new knowledge that I have. I will have to contact the city to find out where Nellie is located and go from there.
|Ron Reams||Family Tree Information|
Sorry to be getting back to you so late. Just now saw your message. I'm sorry but I have no information on any person you mentioned in your message concerning your family tree and any relations of mine in the Reams family.
|Linda Burton Kochanov||Mary Foster|
I'm sorry...whatever I could read at the time I put in. If I ever get back to White Plains Rural, I will see what I can do. I will transfer the stone to you..she's your family!
|Jean Pinick||RE: Myrtle Turner|
Sorry the tombstone was not in any better condition. I walked those cemeteries in Osage County back in the 1980-1990 and had it written down on my original notes. I really think if I wouldn't have had it, I might not have even checked that stone.
|ladymayflower||Francis S. Foster|
Hello! I'm sorry that I don't have additional information about the inscription on Francis Foster's gravestone. Perhaps the town historian could help you: http://www.sugargrovehistory.org/
Good luck and success to you, Laurie
|Earl Eanes||RE: Fay LaRae Dawson|
You're very welcome. Your comments are appreciated and that is why I try to show more than just the headstone or marker. It is in fact a small isolated cemetery and you picked right up on that. Good luck with your search. Earl
Have you seen the changes that Barb Destromp has made to the memorial for David Robinson Ferriss (# 16135811) yet? I supplied her with some of the research that I had done and she inserted it. I was wondering about what it said before. You said that he was your 4th great grandfather, and that you had found his first name was Daniel. I have not found that on any official records, have you? Do you have a family bible or something else that you found that on?
Your connection to Robinson is much more direct than mine. He is my 3rd cousin, four times removed, but I still carry the same surname!
|Marlys||RE: Peter Sand memorial #43389507|
Only at the Stearns History Museum library in St Cloud. :)
Added by Marlys on Jan 29, 2014 2:42 PM
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