|Sharon Matlock (#47645155)|
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|I was born and raised in St. Louis which makes me a die-hard Cardinals fan. I've always been interested in history and geneology, and in particular the preservation and documentation of old cemeteries. Often the old headstones is the only documentation of these peoples lives.|
I am currently trying to document my own family's history and the families I am interested in are the Matlocks, Humes, Graddys and Gregorys.
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THANK YOU SOOOOOOOOO much !!!!
|Julie Spellman||Headstone photo|
Thanks for your time and effort to take the photo I requested. There are such dedicated people in the field of genealogy. Thank You!
|J&B Sublette Kuebler||Find A Grave photos-Hahn|
Thank you so much Sharon, for the great headstone photo for Raymond and Emma Hahn, and your volunteer work for Find A Grave. Betty
|LBS||Milton Just Photo|
Sharon, Thank you very much for the beautiful photo of Milt's marker and his surroundings, and with lightning speed! I very much appreciate this. Loretta
Added by LBS on Dec 23, 2012 4:26 PM
|RBT||Vincents & Mary Tompkins|
Thanks for the photos of these markers.
Added by RBT on Dec 17, 2012 3:33 PM
|Carl Weaver||Phil Shaeffer|
Thanks very much for the photo of Phil's marker.
|Timothy Tumbrink||Patn. Mcbride|
TY ever so much for the photo @ JB.
|Walter F Fogle||Ora Slate|
Dear Sharon: Thanks so much for your time and effort. Even though Ora Slate died several days after the Battle of Iuka in. Jackson, Tn hospital I fear he must be buried in an unmarked grave somewhere far from home; an unfortunate fate of many soldiers of both sides. I'll keep looking. Walt
|Timothy Tumbrink||Patn. Klos|
Sharon, TYVM for the great picture, your time, and travels.
|Walter F||Lionel Slate|
Thanks so much for taking the photo of Lionel Slate's headstone. This took me to a cemetery registry on Ancestry.com. It seems that there are burials at Jefferson Barracks from the Battle of Iuka, MS. (September 19, 1862) Could it be that Ora Slate is buried at Jefferson Barracks too? Ora Slate was wounded at Iuka at the battle and died later in Jackson TN on October 5, 1862.
If convenient on your next visit can you check for a grave for Ora Slate? Thanks again! Walt F.
Added by Walter F on Oct 07, 2012 1:00 PM
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