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PLEASE search carefully before you create a new memorial to make sure you aren't creating a duplicate. Duplicate notices that are ignored will be forwarded to email@example.com, and the administrators will delete or merge the more recent duplicate.|
Please let me know if you find mistakes or duplicates I made. Also, 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's guidelines.
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, birthplace of the Ozark Highlands grape growing region of Missouri. 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 Rosati website or leave a message below.
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Thank you for your time and effort to locate Walter Broyler's headstone. Since you have photographed the entire cemetery, I feel confident that a marker was not placed. I greatly appreciate your prompt attention to my request, Carol.
Added by Carol on Nov 15, 2013 3:53 AM
|Colin Chatfield||RE: Rev Richard Louis|
OK thanks. I have a could friend in the States who will take it over.
Thank you so much for the transfer!! I really appreciate your work on here and your willingness to share!
Lynn (Brooks) Gleason
Added by lgleason on Nov 05, 2013 9:27 PM
|Amelia Gaylord||Branstetter cemetery, Phelps county|
Steve, I just wanted to thank you for adding photos of the headstones in the cemetery. I had taken photos of them but had not gotten it taken care of after the murder of my husband, James Gaylord. It has taken me awhile to get back to working on things and was glad you checked what I had input so I would correct them. I am a direct descendent of Michael and Permelia Branstetter. I will review my photos to see if the condition of the stones were better at the time I took the photos compared to the current ones you took. I am pleased that you got the photos added. It is a very important job to get all the data added. Again, thank you very much for all your work!
Amelia Branstetter Gaylord
Thanks Steve for connecting the Carr brothers with their mom and dad. You do good work over there in the big town of Rosati. :)))
|David E. Cann||Memorial 83897540 for Oscar S. Bradford|
Steve, I am VERY new at this, with only 3 monuments to manage now including this one, so please bear with me. Oscar was my 2g-grandfather, but in a few words I have good reason to question whether or not this is MY Oscar's marker in this photo. It appears to me that either the inscription on the marker is incorrect, or else this is not the correct marker for my 2g-grandfather.
Is any documentation available for the picture to confirm who is buried in the grave I just adopted? FYI, there are no less than 3 Oscar Bradfords each with similar information, and I have run into this before. Thank you for your help in resolving or confirming this question for me.
|Diana Berkel||Henrietta "Hattie" (Marain) Jones|
Additional information has been added.
I believe you are correct about her date of death as she was living in 1900, and her husband was listed as widowed in the 1910 census.
Added by Katie on Sep 02, 2013 10:17 PM
|Katie||RE: Marling family|
Actually, if you could post it on the 3 pages, that would be even better!
Added by Katie on Sep 02, 2013 6:11 PM
Thanks for confirming my suspicions regarding the Marling family markers. I will remove my photo requests.
Added by Katie on Sep 02, 2013 5:35 PM
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