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|Dee Seitel||Rena Crumpacker, Highland Cem, Barber Co KS|
Thanks for adding Rena's info to Findagrave. She is my grt grandmother. I do have a correction: Her husband, Edward Summerfield Crumpacker 1868-1965 is in the same cemetery but his son, Edward Summerfield Crumpacker 1919-1951, is actually from a second wife, not Rena.
Here is Rena's obit if you would like to add it:
Barbour County Index (Medicine Lodge, Kan.) October 05, 1910
Mrs. E. S. Crumpacker Dead
Mrs. E. S. Crumpacker died at her home four miles west of this city on Saturday night, October 1, 1910, after an illness of several years. Her ailment was of a very complicated nature and in addition to organic trouble, she met with an accident in a runaway about two years ago which resulted in a badly broken and sprained ankle which probably hastened her death. Much of her time since the accident was spent in the hospital.
The funeral was held in the M.E. church in this city on Tuesday afternoon, at 2:30 p.m. conducted by Rev. G. L. Ruilson and the remains laid away in Highland cemetery.
Rena W. Hill was born November 2, 1872, in Putnam county Mo., where she resided until 1900, when she removed to Barber county, Kansas since which time she has been a continuous resident of this county until she was transported to her eternal home. Her mother died when she was but 16 years of age and from that time to the date of her marriage she was her fatherís housekeeper. On the second day of November, 1892 she was united in marriage with Edward S. Crumpacker. To this union four children were born, one boy, Royal Hill, and two girls, Edith Varilla and Lucy Violet, surviving her, and one girl, Jennie Pearl, having preceded her in death. Besides her husband and three children, she is survived by her father and six brothers.
At the early age of 16 years she united with the U. B. church and after coming to Barber county placed her membership with the M.E. church of this city. She remained a consistent member of this church until her death. Mrs. Crumpacker has been a patient sufferer for a number of years but was not considered in a serious condition until about three months ago when those nearest to her fully realized that her earthly career must soon end. Through all the long years of suffering he bore her trails calmly, serenely and patiently; never murmuring, never bemoaning her fate, and when the soul took its departure ti was with that peace and satisfaction with which one enters a well earned repose.
The sorrowing husband and children have the sincere sympathy of their friends in this sad ordeal.
|Julie||RE: Lloyd J. Whitaker|
I've been to both Sharon and Burden - on the same trip. I took a lot of photos that trip, so easily could have mixed things up when posting. I think he's in Burden, because that's where our other Whitakers are located, but that would just be a presumption, so let me double check. We could have stumbled upon him in Sharon. Been a while, I just can't remember. I'll pull my files and also check with my mother, who was with me on the trip. Either way, when we find the correct cemetery, could we just use your photo? It's much better. Can't believe I posted my picture - you can't read anything! : I'll be back in touch. Thanks for pointing this out. j
Added by Julie on Sep 24, 2014 7:39 AM
|N K Jewell||Maurice Kathrens|
I have received your suggestion for biographical information for Maurice Robert Kathrens. Thank you. Would you please let me know the source of your information so I can add that as well? I appreciate your help.
|Debra Monsive||Mary Courtney - Suggestion|
Thank you for the bio/obit information for her memorial. I have added the info with you as the source.
|L. Forbes||RE: Elizabeth McGuire|
Thank you so much.
I am requesting that further edits be done through the edit button on the memorial, thanks! It really does save me a lot of time.
Added by kelabar on Aug 31, 2014 4:00 PM
|Randall McCoach||Photo permission|
Hello! Thank you for efforts at Find A Grave. Sincerely appreciated. I'm writing to ask your permission to use your headstone photos of my family members with my public family tree at Ancestry.com. You and Find A Grave would be credited. I'm looking at the stone for Laura Hunter Butler (No. 76264866) but there might be others. Please reference Laura Hunter when responding. Thanks again! -- Randall McCoach, Albuquerque, N.M., MyCatCyd@yahoo.com
|Firefox||RE: Wm Rackley|
Yes, you can send the Rackley Newspaper clipings to me via e-mail email@example.com
( Thank you very much )
Added by Firefox on Aug 29, 2014 2:32 PM
|Dave Hall||RE: Debra Hatcher|
You are very welcome, and thanks for your help as well! Have a great holiday weekend!
|Debbie||Mary E Jackson|
Thank you so much for your response, I am trying to put all family members together. So many lived in Kansas, my father was born there, always wanted to visit, many thanks again.
Added by Debbie on Aug 11, 2014 1:34 PM
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