|Colleen Sanders Broyles||RE: Rosetta Cox|
I went ahead and just made the memorial an unknown until I or you figure it all out lol. I can try to go back out to Prewett and check out the stone in person and maybe can read it better. Might even go this afternoon but it depends on work. And then need to find out for sure where Rosetta is buried. I want to go back when it's not so muddy and redo the entire cemetery as the original photos are pretty blurry/not good quality most of the time because I was using my iphone back then. I did go back and retake several but not all of them so want to start all over and try to get better ones...so much of the time it depends on the sun/time of day...I need to get an LED flashlight as I've heard that makes the lettering "pop" so want to try to find out!
|Colleen Sanders Broyles||Rosetta Cox memorial|
Hey after checking into this further find that Rosetta remarried to a Peter Reid/Reed...still researching and found a family record stating she died in 1920...this stone obviously much older and so enlarged it even more and it actually looks to be for a Robert or Roberta....I'll let you know what I find out in case this is your family :)
|Colleen Sanders Broyles||Rosetta Cox|
I went ahead and added your "edit" and changed the date on that info...just wanted you to know that I couldn't make out the stone at all lol...I had used the info from the Madison County Pioneer Cemeteries website burial list but that doesn't prove that it was correct.
|Melissa Lively Sherry||William Thomas Steele|
Find A Grave Memorial# 28888421
Find A Grave Memorial# 113919301
|Truman Nicholas||Samuel Voris & Sarah Amanda Pogue|
These parent are now connected to the daughter. Not a problem.
|Melissa Lively Sherry||RE: Percy transfer|
You are most welcome! :)
|Gomer and Judy||Dorothy Cranston|
Kathy; you are welcome. It all about family for me.
I see someone else has made a memorial for her also after I made mine,you can tell by the higher memorial number.
|Marci Cranston Hess||RE: Orilla J Borton|
She's a female.
|Bill W||RE: Photo request - thank you - Orion Behlers|
Your welcome. Orion's sister, Lizzie, was on a separate stone. I have that photo too, but might not get it posted for a day or two. There was a severe epidemic of diptheria in Nebraska in 1887.
Added by Bill W on Aug 04, 2012 11:48 PM
|Marci Cranston Hess||Charles Glenn Cranston|
and Imogene Wilson Find A Grave Memorial# 82413208 ---I don't find a burial record for Imogene. Is she buried beside Charles?
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