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Mary Clover (#47452860)
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Gina Caperton Ervin
Jim's Gravestone Photo
Thank you so much for adding the new gravestone photo. I deleted the one that did not have the death date. We can't thank you enough. And for the beautiful arrangement too.
Added by Gina Caperton Ervin on Dec 12, 2015 6:21 PM
Sellers Cemetery Crawford County
Mary, I see that you added pictures of Sellers Cemetery. I'm wondering if you could by chance tell me where exactly it is located? I tried asking some folks in Davisville and they were unsure and pointed me in the wrong direction. My husbands, 4x great grandparents are buried there, George and Noema Turnbough. Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Added by trapriest on Aug 12, 2015 6:56 AM
Caryn Hood

In answer to your e-mail shown below:

Actually they have different dates of death and different ages and different tombstone photos.



Find A Grave contributor Mary Clover has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for J Wise.
Link to memorial:
Link to contributor profile:

Their suggestion:
Please delete this memorial as it is a duplicate of Find A Grave Memorial # 28443469. Thank you.

Added by Caryn Hood on Apr 23, 2015 6:52 PM
Caryn Hood
Added by Caryn Hood on Apr 23, 2015 6:51 PM
Michael Bexson
RE: Mary Williams Clover
John Metler and Mary Williams Clover are my 4x great grandparents.
Added by Michael Bexson on Feb 14, 2015 1:55 PM
Cris Coleman
RE: Eli & Nancy Basham - Waters Cemetery
I don't know if you noticed my comments, but the man who led me to the way out-of-the-way cemetery told me that there used to be a person who maintained the cemetery, but he had died. The person who bought the land had come in there with chainsaw or something and tried clearing away everything but eventually gave up. He didn't know who owns the land now. But I was fortunate that the headstone was the first one just inside the opening, for I would have hated to go traipsing through all those stickery brambles that are everywhere.
Added by Cris Coleman on May 12, 2013 10:09 PM
Beverly Bond
Clover Jones Connection
Hello again Mary Grandfather Jones' mother, Rebecca Ann Desbrow, had a sister, Mahala Desbrow, that was married to an Isaac Newton Clover...he was born about 1837 in Illinois. She was born about 1850 in Monroe Co., Illinois... I don't have his parents yet.

if you would like, you can write to me at ...

sorry I have no pics of me from back when I was in St James...I was only about 21 or so and I had my 2 boys by then...

have a great day
Bev Bond
Added by Beverly Bond on Jul 30, 2012 5:55 PM
Beverly Bond
My Mother Was A Friend
Hello Mary Lee...first let me explain that my Mom, Sarah I Southard (Sadie), whom you haven't seen in many, many years is deceased...her memorial here on Find A Grave is
#5619049. I found your Dad's obit on a website while I was researching OTHER Clovers, which I have only recently found out is related on my Grandfather Jone's side of the family. I have often wondered what had become of Eleanor...I worked with her so long ago in St James at a jacket factory...not even sure if you were born yet!! I don't recall ever meeting your Dad...

My Mom moved away from St James about 9 months before she passed and lived near me in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

I send my regards to your Mom. Doubt if she remembers me...but I remember her!!

Beverly (used to be Langford back then) Bond
Added by Beverly Bond on Jul 26, 2012 6:41 PM
Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland
Pfc Johnny M. Trolinger
Pfc Johnny M. Trolinger was a soldier in Company C 179th Infantry Regiment 45th Infantry Division
He landed in the early morning of 10 July 1943 on the beaches near Scoglitti in Sicily during the so-called operation Husky. He was killed on 15 July 1943. He was first buried in the small 179th Infantry Regimental cemetery # 3 on 16 July 1943. His remains were exhumed and reburied in the temporary American Cemetery GELA in grave D-46-545, date of burial was 6 August 1943.

After the war his remains were repariated and buried in a cemetery in the States.

I am writing a book about the GELA cemetery and would like to use the picture you took of his grave. Can I have your permission to use it, of course yuu will be credited and informed when the book is finished (next year).

If you are related and may have his picture, hope you can share

thank you

Jan Bos
Nijmegen, Holland
Added by Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Ho... on Jul 18, 2012 12:40 PM
Margie Buchheit Hartle
RE: Snowdenville Cemetery
Hi, I have been doing research in the Madison Co. Missouri records for several years now as it is near and dear to my heart as my gg grandfather and his brother came from Germany and worked in the mines before my gg grandfather moved to another county in Mo. my gg uncle is buried at Saint Michaels. I have not walked the cemeteries yet I hope to next spring, I also get my info from death records, census, church records and other people who help me,. Thanks, Margie
Added by Margie Buchheit Hartle on Nov 04, 2011 12:31 PM
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