|James P. Harter (#47422024)|
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Born 1941 at Cynthiana, Kentucky, grew up in Winchester, Kentucky. Graduated Centre College, Danville, Kentucky. Navy Pilot in 1960's, retired FBI Agent after 27 years, resided in Fayetteville, Arkansas since 1972.|
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Jim, I suspect we are related. I am Flo Armentrout Smith's youngest son. She died in 1989 and is buried in Cave Hill Cementary adjacent her mother and father, Marion Harter Armentrout and Lyman Vance Armentrout in Cave Hill here in Louisville where I currently reside. I know my grandmother had three brothers, one of who was named Jim. My mother Flo often talked about Jim "Stuff" who may have been your father. I am named after Marion's husband Vance Armentrout.
I had an opportunity to visit the cementary years ago in Mount Vernon and visited the Harter grave site. Again I suspect they are our shared great grandparents.
Vance Armentrout Smith
|love always||re: Thomas Warbington Powell IV|
Hi, Thomas #142801794 was killed in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA May 6 1865
Civil War Drafted
Name: Thomas W Powell
Congressional District: 8th
Age on 1 July 1863: 21
Estimated birth year: abt 1842
Thinking the same "Unknown" for this Gent?
My surname is Garcia. Actually, we live between Mt. Vernon and Fredericktown and just like FindAGrave. Our family is not from around here, so it is a fun way to do local stuff! Actually, I am the one who has contacted you about Sarah Swetland (who married Almon Stauffer). :o)
So far, the only Stauffer articles I've found are one about the wedding of Clifford Rockwell and Margaret Stauffer, one about the marriage of JAmes HArter and Mary Stauffer, and an obit for Sarah Swetland Stauffer. I would have thought I already sent you those, but if one doesn't ring a bell, let me know!
Oh, I did just find an article about Flo Armentrout's wedding -
An announcement of a marriage which will come with a great deal of interest
to many persons in Mt. Vernon is that of Miss Flo Harter Armentrout,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Vance Armentrout of Louisville, Ky., to Mr.
Addison Escott Smith. The marriage took place Tuesday, Dec. 4, in
The bride is a granddaughter of Mrs. George S. Harter of 803 E. Gambier
(Please feel free to delete this long message from your contributor page if you'd like!)
Talk to you later!
|StratasFan||RE: Flo Armentrout Smith|
So welcome! I came across the article and remembered the name "Harter". Then, trying to find her was funny, as it sounded like she would have died. But, I found her parents and you had the memorials! I always try and remember the Harters when I am reading through Mt. Vernon newspapers!
I would just like to thank you sincerely for taking the time to photograph Darrel Bautts gravesite for me. I truly appreciate it. Have a happy day!
|CSherm||RE: Annie Apple Van Marm|
Thank you so much for the name correction. :) I knew Annie in Fayetteville. I am also friends with her mom. Annie's passing still brings tears to my eyes...all these years later...
Added by CSherm on Aug 18, 2013 10:14 AM
|Todd James Dean||Mound View - Mt. Vernon|
Wow, all the places you could live, you live right near my brother and his family! That's really ausome to me because I live in Howard, Ohio. Thanks for the excellent work you are doing on Find-a-Grave. I get to meet the most interesting people. I would love to have the chance to hear some of your F.B.I. storys! I have a couple real cool ones that you might be interested in also.... Have a great day!
|Susan Schmidt||Thanks for the extra TLC|
Alexander Stanfield is my 3rd, great-grandfather. Taking the time to clean up his headstone is very admirable.
Your friend, Susan.
|May Flowers||Tony Lewis|
I posted pictures on Tony's memorial. I apologize for the crooked pictures. I had others helping me with the photo taking and I don't think they realized the importance of getting a clear shot of the full gravestone.
I am thinking that perhaps Lula and Tony's origianl grave marker might have been replaced since it is in excellent condition and only shows their birth and death years without the actual month and day being listed.
Also, I added three more pictures to William Cash's memorial that I had taken. I have five pictures of Martha's side of the marker and will post them when you get a memorial added for her.
It looks like William and Lula Cash did indeed die the same year. William's death date appears to be July 08, 1936.
|May Flowers||Spouse of W H Cash|
As best as I can tell by my pictures, William's wife's name was Martha. It looks like her birthdate was Nov 04, 1844 and her death date was Apr 06, 1912. I am unable to make out the name that is between her first name and birthdate on the marker. It is likely her maiden name.
Unfortunatley, I live over two hours away from the Sonora cemetery, and I do not know when I will get back there. However, I will make a note to take more pictures for you the next time I am able to visit the cemetery.
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