|Thomas Phillips (#47474834)|
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|I helped my grandmother Phillips with genealogy with her searching since the early 1970s in Missouri. My Great Grandfather White furnished and donated the birthplace house of Mark Twain to the National Parks. The interest stuck and I have been working on researching my family history ever since.|
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|labudd||RE: Blanche J. Phillips|
Thank you for the additional information. I have added it to her memorial. Can you tell me if you know her maiden name, and her middle name? Thank you again!
Added by labudd on Jun 04, 2015 3:24 PM
|Harvey Mushman||RE: David Dugger|
Hi again Thomas. No problem... The pics of the huge bush and the temporary marker inside are posted on the David Dugger page. Next time I'm there we'll see if there is anything else inside.
All my best,
|Harvey Mushman||RE: David Dugger|
Yes, I'm certain that there is a grave inside the bush. It has gotten so big, probably about 10 to 15 feet across. I pass by there quite often and will search further inside next time I stop by.
With the confidence of your family knowing about the bush I'll be more determined to dig through it. I took a picture of the bush, and can post that to the David Dugger page until we can get a better photo of what, if anything, is inside, if you'd like?
|Cody ||Robert Funk|
Thank you very much Thomas for taking a photo of my cousin's marker. I appreciate your time and effort!
Added by Cody on Aug 15, 2012 11:44 AM
I added his military marker. Sorry for not putting it on with the other.
|Anonamouse||RE: Abbie Violette Joiner|
You are welcome. As for the death certificates, has to be before 1961. Here is a link to check for death certificates (and lots more other info) in Missouri.
To get to the death certificates, go to the Genealogists & Historians, across to Archives Online Databases, across to Births & Deaths and click that. They have pre-1910 and then 1910-1961. You can search by name or by county. If you put a last name and first initial, it does not usually respond. Some of the spellings and things are a bit off but it's still a good site.
There is lots of different info under the different Genealogists & Historians choices.
Thanks for taking this picture for me and my family. We really appreciate all the work volunteers such as yourself do to help us clear up our family mysteries.
Added by Joel on Jan 24, 2012 9:28 AM
|Joel||Jessie Mercer photo|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Jessie's tombstone. I appreciate so much the work of volunteers such as yourself. These discoveries are so important to our family.
Again, thank you,
Added by Joel on Jan 15, 2012 7:07 PM
|Richard K Thompson||Loren Harper photo|
Thank you for the Loren Harper headstone photo. I've adjusted the DOB from 1898 to 1899 since it appears from the headstone inscription that he was born and died in both 1899. I'll correct the family group sheet information that I found to that effect. Nice clear photo - much appreciated!
Thank you so much for the photos.
Ruse in Indiana
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