|Eric Stitt (#47311152)|
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This all got started for me when I found out there was a Pioneers Cemetery almost literally in my back yard. Whats bad is I have lived there for 6 years.Since then I have been frantically trying to find where all my relatives are buried and GPS mark them since I only have one living set of grandparents left. I am visiting cemeteries all around western Missouri and eastern Kansas. Feel free to drop me a line if you need something from this area. I will try to stop and get their coordinates and photo.|
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Thank you for transferring the memorial to me. Who is you wife related to Nova through?
I am her sister Ruby's daughter.
Added by PLC710 on Feb 27, 2013 7:46 PM
|Paul Renfro||RE: 21457824|
My pleasure. I was already at the cemetery, at the very same columbarium when I checked my phone.
thank you so much for the photo of R. B. Terry headstone in the Pardee Cemetery! It means a lot to me - he is my 2nd g-grandfather and a big mystery.
Added by LeAnne on Oct 26, 2011 6:00 PM
|Tom DeBerry||Thank You!|
Thanks for the kind words concerning my work documenting Sugar Creek Cemetery. I still have about 100 pictures to add if they have not already been posted. Next I want to go back and see if I can find out more about the people and add that for future researchers.
|David Weise||Photograph of Merl Stitt marker|
The image at findagrave is the same resolution as the one I have (236K) so you should be able to download it. If not, let me know and I will download and send to you.
|David Weise||GPS for Merl Stitt grave|
I don't have a GPS, but based on the Google Earth view, his stone is located near 33d 53m 4.1s N, 117d 16m 22.06s W. The grave should be within a row or two and a column or 2 of this location.
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