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Thanks for the transfer! Much obliged....
|Mark Frazier||RE: Calisle Naylor - Rebecca J. (Creason)|
There are two Naylor cemeteries just a few miles apart. The southern one is smaller, and I mapped all visible stones. The one for Rebecca J. (Creason) Naylor, if buried there, may be lost. A death certificate for a Rebecca J. Naylor (1838-1913) is online at the following link: http://www.sos.mo.gov/images/archives/deathcerts/1913/1913_00024070.PDF but it does not show Creason as the maiden name. The certificate reports burial in Naylor Cemetery, Waldron Township, which should be the southern Naylor Cemetery.
|Barbara Tracey Jones||Azor Conklin 31 Jan 1836-17 Jan 1896 59y 11 m 8d, Civ. War|
|Kelly||RE: John Lanning|
You are welcome. His wife was next to him, d. 1961, if you want to add and link a memorial for her, I'd be happy to add the pic as well.
Added by Kelly on Aug 21, 2011 5:53 AM
|Paula Minor||James and Nancy|
I have pictures of James and Nancy's stones. They are my great great grandparents. They are buried in Russiaville Cemetery. Starting from the west side and reading south to north. They are in row 24. This was information from Kokomo Library and we still had a hard time finding them. Their daughter Matilda is beside them and also an infant daughter of Isaac and Amanda. The date on James's stone said he died in 1892 which is wrong according to his obit. He died in 1902. I am looking for pictures of them. I would be glad to sent you pictures. Paula
|sandy sidler||Tie Siding|
Thank you for putting up the pictures of the Moores at Tie Siding. We visited there 8 years ago. My husband is related to them.
|Angel G||William Broadhurst|
Thank you for your suggestion for William Broadhurst Memorial!
Added by Angel G on Jun 27, 2011 1:59 PM
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