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My husband and I have been researching our family history and genealogy for a good long while – since 1995 for me, since 1976 for my husband. The surnames I am researching are Ellis, Landrith(eth), McPherson, and Nash. My husband is researching Nutt, Hunt, Halsal, Davy, and Rowley. There is almost nothing we'd rather do than walk cemeteries on nice weather days. We appreciate Find A Grave making it possible for us to document our family graves for posterity.
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I have a copy of Eugene Landreth's book, "Forebears and Descendants of Landreth Pioneers: 22nd Edition. Will send it to someone for cost of shipping. Contact us.
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|cody ellis||direct line|
im a direct line of the ellis clan from father to son and so forth. my family still homestead the ellis farm in mtn grove missouri.
|Coleah||George Luke Landrith|
His burial #23005259
in this cemetery was taken from the cemetery survey listed here:
It would have made sense that he was buried where his parents and brother was, but it may have been they didn't want to transport his body, etc. The spelling of the last name is slightly off, but that is not alarming.
I see a another remark for a burial in IOOF; that of his sister Bertha which is confusing too:
Landreth, Bertha E., d.1/10/1895, Age 18 yrs, Tuberculosis, Synovetis, disinterred at Galena, Kansas, re-interred on Landreth Lot
(yet Bertha is listed as being buried at Mt. Hope too)
Two different counties, that's interesting and confusing.
Added by Coleah on May 14, 2013 4:45 PM
|laford1||RE: Helen Umburger Grave Photo Request|
Sorry the link didn't work for you. You should just be able to copy and paste it in you search engine and the pictures open. If you need someone specifically, I would be happy to review the pictures and forward it to you. Otherwise, best of luck in your search.
Added by laford1 on May 11, 2013 2:14 PM
|laford1||Helen Umburger Grave Photo Request|
During a recent trip to St. John's, I looked for your requested grave marker. I was unable to fulfill your request, but did take a number of pictures of other Umburger grave markers. You can see them on my Flicker account - use the link below. Sorry I couldn't find your specific grave marker, but I hope these photos include some of your extended family members.
Added by laford1 on May 11, 2013 12:15 PM
|LKRowell||RE: Thank you for Photo|
You are welcome, it was my pleasure to help. George was my uncle. He was a very good man.
Added by LKRowell on Apr 30, 2013 10:06 AM
|Taylor Brooks||Isaac Spencer Ellis, Jr.|
Just traced back to Isaac Spencer Ellis, Jr., my great great great Grandpa on my father's side of the family. Nice to meet you newest relative!
|Sandra Eichner||Abram Hunt|
Hi, I just added a news clipping for them if you want to look. I am not related, I just found the clipping. Abram's #91509827
I have linked and update the Landriths at the Old Sunnyside Cemetery in Sunnyside, WA as requested. Glad I could help. Here is the link to Wm. Earl Landrith 71121262.
Added by lloker on Apr 21, 2013 12:44 PM
|Terry Crandall||New Photos|
I have left new photo for Willard L Nutt, and Maynard A Nutt. Maynard is my Grandfather. My mother Virginia Ruth Nutt is my mother and Maynard's daughter. Thanks for your contributions to Find A Grave.
THANK YOU so very much for the obits for Wayne and Leah Pickering. So nice of you to take the time to send.
take care, Betty
Added by Betty on Apr 08, 2013 6:14 AM
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