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grandmacarol (#47471874)
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If you are researching Missouri relatives, be sure to check out the state death certificate database, found here:

Missouri Death Certificates

Cooper County cemetery information can also be found online:

Cooper county Cemeteries

Much of the information I post originates from those two sites.

Information on several Illinois cemeteries obtained from:

Genealogy Trails, Illinois

Always happy and eager to make corrections, additions or add links to memorials.

1/2015 update: Going through memorials I have transferred, I'm astonished at the number of people who wanted transfers but have done nothing with them. If you ask for a transfer, please add a bio, add a least add a flower!
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RE: hello....
Where are you?
Added by Virginia on Sep 29, 2015 6:44 PM
Bonnie Schermer
Re: Adam Simonton's death date
Thank you! I have fixed the date, and hope it is correct now.
Added by Bonnie Schermer on Sep 28, 2015 3:57 PM
C Stewart
RE: Greenhalgh Cemetery
Thank you for your help. I'll see what I can find with the information you have given me.
Added by C Stewart on Sep 22, 2015 4:43 PM
Brenda goodson
Catherine Lawry
Memorial #100075500 couldn't this be Joseph's Sister? Daniel Lawery's daughter ? She Married a Jeremiah Morgan in 1864 and was in the census 1870 with Jeremiah and two daughters and then Jeremiah remarries in 1873 and Catherine just disappears after the 1870 census and the 1871 date tied to this memorial could have been when she died and not born. I can't find any record of Joseph marring a Catherine either I really can't read the dates on her stone I'm just thinking this is her since she disappears after the 1870 census and this is where her dad is buried . you did say you had conflicting information on this memorial do you care to share that conflicting information it could be a clue to what happen to catherine Daniel's daughter.. Thank you for any information you could share and help me with the disappearance of Catherine. Thank you again Brenda
Added by Brenda goodson on Sep 18, 2015 8:00 AM
Virginia Brown
RE: Nelia Cordry King
Added by Virginia Brown on Sep 12, 2015 12:56 PM
Virginia Brown
RE: Nelia Cordry King
Carol, you are an amazing detective. I'll hire you any day. Thanks for your help.
Added by Virginia Brown on Sep 12, 2015 12:04 PM
Virginia Brown
Nelia Cordry King
Where did you find the date of her death?
Added by Virginia Brown on Sep 12, 2015 10:37 AM
Virginia Brown
Nelia Cordry King
Hi Carol,
Can you tell me where you found that Charles Harper was Nelia's husband? I have researched and added her bio, but couldn't find any reference to him. However, I did add your note at the bottom of her memorial.
Added by Virginia Brown on Sep 12, 2015 10:27 AM
J Blue
Paul Barton Ailor
I got your email and found it Very interesting since he is recorded as being buried in the cemetery I created the memorial for! I took it right off the cemetery records. I wonder what in the world they were doing in Lawrence county?? hahaha thanks! I'll take car of it later when I get home.
Added by J Blue on Sep 06, 2015 10:35 AM
Marc Houseman
Mary Terry
Hi Carol,

I got your message regarding Mrs. Terry's burial place. We believe that our posting is correct, based on quite a lot of research. The Terrys were not members at St. Jordan's Church, so it wouldn't make sense that she would have been buried there. Additionally, other members of her immediate family are buried on the farm where the majority of the graves are simply marked with un-inscribed rocks. Therefor, I would venture to say that my posting is correct, as you too have concluded. Wow, four memorials for one person may be a Find A Grave record!

Added by Marc Houseman on Sep 04, 2015 12:26 PM
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