|Shirley Shover (#47504486)|
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I stumbled upon this site as I was searching for information on family members. I enjoy visiting cemeteries and posting the information I find on a free website. It is my hope that this will provide information to someone searching for a relative or friend. |
If you are a family member and would like to manage any of the pages I have posted, please e-mail me through the "edit" link. If you would rather use my gmail address, please be sure to give me the memorial number when making requests. I am happy to transfer management to family members, or simply edit memorials for you.
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|Dianna Taylor||Thank You !!!|
Thank you for the edits on Bonita Hulen Powell's memorial.
|Kris Gilbert||Quinton Liam Wallace 70766835|
Please fix the spelling of the last name so Quinton shows up in searches properly. Thanks!
|Dora Redifer||Thank You.|
I want to thank you so much for all you are doing. You have added pictures of stones for my Grandmother, Matilda (Tillie) Veirs and my Uncle James (Buddy) German. Thank you so much. Dora Redifer
|Vivian Pattee||Maxie M Johnson|
#78493565 in Hackley cemetery in Fayette, Howard Missouri, Please do you know if Nancy E Johnson 1841-1921 is buried there as well. It is difficult to read here death certificate. I know it is something starting with an H , She was his mother and sister of my great grandmother Susan C Lafever. I have copies of depositions from Maxie
Thank you for the marker photo for the Talbots in Fayette Cemtery. What a nice surprise to see it there. If you are related, I would be happy to transfer.
|Teri Wilmot Shipps||RE: Update/Transfer|
Thank you so much for your patience with me. I really appreciate your help and the transfers. If I need anything else I'll be back in touch. Until then, keep doing what you're doing. Much appreciated!
Happy Holidays to you and yours...
|Teri Wilmot Shipps||Update/Transfer|
Fred Phelps #79928182 spouse of Bertha #79928204
Daughter Ray #79928158
You previously transferred Bertha, but not Fred or Ray.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Karen Todd||Fayette City Cemetery|
Thank you for taking the photo for Fred and Katie Todd.
|Teri Wilmot Shipps||Lena B. Sartain #79411095|
Please remove the link placed on Lena's memorial to spouse Granville #33910155. That is not correct. The Granville you have linked to as a spouse has a DOD of 1902 which is before Lena's DOB of 1908. As indicated by the headstone for Lena and Granville, the Granville you need to link to as a spouse has a DOD of 1988.
Thank you so much.
|APH||RE: Elvie Overstreet|
Hello: I'm reasonably certain the date is the 29th and that the gravestone is incorrect, which unfortunately does happend.
Here are two partial obits re. her death.
Columbia Daily Tribune (MO) - July 31, 2005
Elvie Overstreet 1903-2005
Mrs. Elvie B. Decker Overstreet, 102, of Glasgow died Friday, July 29, 2005. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 1, at Carr-Yager Funeral Home in Fayette, with visitation from 10 to 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral home. Burial will be at Fayette City Cemetery. She married Ernest Overstreet in 1937, and he preceded her in death. She was a farm wife and presser at the National Garment Factory in Fayette, MO.
Mrs. Elvie B. Decker Overstreet passed away Friday, July 29, 2005 at Colonial Manor in Glasgow. She had just celebrated her 102nd birthday. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, August 1, 2005 at Carr-Yager Funeral Home in Fayette. The Rev. Dale Larison of Fayette First Baptist Church will officiate. Burial will be at the Fayette City Cemetery.
All I personally recall is that she had just turned 102 when she died and had outlived all of her immediately relatives.
If you wish, you may list her death as the 29th and saying her gravestone lists the 19th, which appears to be in error. Just do whatever makes you feel most comfortable with the listing. I am just happy you were kind enough to make the initial posting.
P.S. She and my uncle Ernest, who died on my birthday, were favorite relatives. They had no children and they treated me as though I was their child.
Added by APH on Nov 11, 2011 12:13 PM
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