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|PLEASE search carefully before you create a new memorial to make sure you aren't creating a duplicate. Please don't make a duplicate because someone else used a wrong name, misspelled a name or made some other mistake. If your memorial is for the same person, it's still a duplicate. If the original memorial has mistakes, notify the person who created it and ask them to make a correction. If you don't hear from them within 30 days, forward your copy of the notification to firstname.lastname@example.org. It may take them another 30 days or more but it will get corrected. The more recent memorial is always deleted, regardless of pictures, flowers or links that were added to it. The memorials might be merged and those items may be added to the older memorial before the newer one is deleted. |
Please let me know if you find mistakes or duplicates that I made. Please let me know if you have additional info that I can add to a memorial, and be sure to ask if you would like a memorial transferred because I don't require that you be within Find-A-Grave guidelines to transfer.
Please don't send an obituary for me to add to a memorial unless it's a very old one. Find-A-Grave requests that published photos and obits not be posted because they are copyrighted material.
My Interests: I am an amateur genealogist and a descendant of some of the first Italians who settled in Rosati (formerly Knobview), Missouri. I have done extensive genealogy research on these families. The majority of them emigrated from Italy in two groups in 1895 and 1896, and spent two years at the Sunnyside Plantation in southeast Arkansas before moving to Rosati, Missouri and Tontitown, Arkansas. Rosati is unincorporated and is considered a "populated place", five miles east of St. James, Missouri.
Contact me if you have any questions about cemeteries in the St. James area. You can email me at any of the email links at my website here...
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|DeLoss McKnight III||RE: Lucile H. (Holbrook) Jones|
Steve, I'm not related. Just posting photos. Thanks for the offer though!
Thank you SO much for fulfilling my photo request for Ellis Green Evans, much appreciated.
Added by Marty on May 20, 2013 2:50 PM
|Jim Licklider||Bernice Eads|
Thank you for taking the photo of the Gravestone of John and Bernice Eads. It it very much appreciated.
At the time I added him to Pleasant Valley I didn't have a camera to take pictures so I just wrote what was on the stone or FH Marker. So (lol) at one time he was there. But I see he has a stone pic in this new cem. So perhaps he has been moved to this (Forest Chapel)Cem?Or has two markers? When I head back that way I will check Pleasant Valley again.
|Kathy Riley||RE: Jesse and Elizabeth Sweetin|
I am working on sending suggestions for all of the children of Jesse and Elizabeth that are buried in Kinder. Obviously most of the memorials have been done by just transcribing the graves.
|Missouri Duv||Cecelia Maes, Sacred Heart|
Well just thank you ..now I have to go down and rephoto the stone..lol..I wish I had known this lady - my great grandparents had a bakery in Leasburg.
|David Dunnavant||RE: Dorothy J. Ballentine Sherfy|
Thank you for adding the mother and father. You can track the name Sherfy on Ancestry. com. Her husbank was born in Illinois. Hoever, relatives are located in Missouri.
|David Dunnavant||Dorothy J. Ballentine Sherfy|
Please add fathers memorial # 11454616 and mothers memorial# 11444185. This was my aunt. Thank you.
|Janet Milburn||Re: W. Scantlin memorial|
Thanks Steve for the info. and the photo.
Because of that photo, and he being a Mason
I have added a Mason poem to the bio and
also token Mason emblem. I have added all you
sent, appreciate it very much.
|Elaine R S||Pyatt|
Thank you so much for transferring her memorial. It means alot.
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