|Gary Hurst||RE: William Miller|
He was buried long enough ago that he might be buried in Andrew County but we just don't have a record of his burial. If you find something that proves it I can get him added to the records.
|lila thompson||James Monroe & Minnie Pace.|
Hello, James Monroe and Minnie Pace were brother and sister-in-law to my Dad. We live in Mayes CO. and have never been able to find where James was buried or death date. The records and the caretaker said he thought James would to in the road there at the East top of the cemetery. We assumed he is there where other members of his family are buried? James is the only one we don't have a picture of. My older Brother was born at James and Minnie's house.Thank you and I see your name now and know we have met?
|Nancy (Hitchcock) Clewell||Annetta Cryder Cook|
It is nice to "meet" you. My husband's grandmother was a Cryder and connected to this bunch. Thank you for the transfer. We will take good care of her.
|Warren & Betty Crockett Lawrence||Ellen Hughes|
Thank you for linking Ellen to her parents and entering marriage information.
|C M Jordan||Avis Adams Hackney|
Thank you so much for the photo of her stone. Such a sad story. Much appreciated.
|Joyce Chalmers||RE: Pierson|
I did look around him, but didn't notice anything that might be related to him. Im glad I could help in your research. Happy Hunting!
Thanks again for adding the Zerby photos to our memorials. I'm aware of the time it takes and appreciate your efforts on my behalf. Deborah Blair
|Mary Ann Fisher-Procopio||Henneke|
Thank you for the pictures. I appreciate it.
Thank you for taking the time to photo the headstone for Frank and Mary Brown. Diane in KS.
|Bill Gahringer||RE: Porter Family|
You are more than welcome
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