Scott, this cemetery is on private
The Morris' that are buried there
are my gr-grandparents and nephew.
There is nothing there but some rocks
to mark where a grave is... and
even those have probably been washed
away as there was a creek at the back
Added by Peggy on Jan 18, 2013 2:16 AM
|Peggy||CUMMINS CEMETERY|Added by Peggy on Jan 18, 2013 2:12 AM
|Sherry||Corn Cemetery - Lee's Summit|
Can you tell me where this is? According to the map on the cemetery page its the middle of a corn field.
Added by Sherry on Jan 09, 2012 4:07 PM
|Treva Poe||Loveall @ Greenwood|
Thank you for the very nice photo of this gravestone and your prompt reply to my photo request. Your contributions to the site through photos will be greatly appreciated.
|Lisa Shockley||RE: Commins Cemetery|
No, I'm sorry. I don't know where it is.
|jeff nixon||Rispa Dealey|
A shame things like this happens, Thanks Scott for trying..!!
|Albert *Rev 21:4*||Charles & Gerda Costello|
Thank you for fulfilling the stone photo requests. They are both much appreciated.
|Robert Ortega||RE: Jacob Riner|
|FamilyMan||Jane Archer (Pleasant Hill Cemetery)|
Thanks so very much for locating and photographing my ancestor's grave. It is always fun meeting and talking with fellow genealogists, even in graveyards!
Thanks again to you and your wife for the near-divine intervention of spotting her stone among the thousand others today.
|Robert Ortega||Jacob Riner|
Dear Scott Turner
Thank you very much for the photo of Jacob Riner's headstone. With your permission, would I be able to post your photo on my Ancestry.com tree?
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