|Ken Robinson (#47656661)|
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I was born on 17 Aug. 1940, in Beloit, Ks., raised and educated in Cawker City, Ks. I worked in agriculture most of my adult life as a sales correspondent for a farm machinery manufacturer, owned a livestock equipment business for 15 years and before retiring worked as a farm laborer for 20 years. I've been married to my lovely wife (pictured) for 28 years. During that time we operated a small cow herd after she retired from banking. We sold the herd and now are enjoying full retirement.|
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Thank you so much for the photos which you posted on Edward's memorial page. And also for the photo on his wife, Rosemary's memorial page. Your time and effort is much appreciated!
Added by miriamjh on Dec 04, 2013 10:42 AM
Thank you very much!!!!
|Marie Nelson||Thank you|
Thank you for the excellent photo of Elizabeth and James M. Veatch's stone in the Pleasant View Cemetery. I appreciate being able to read the full text and knowing that the back is blank. They are my gg grandparents. I imagine he was a fascinating man. He wrote family history stories and his family and Abraham Lincoln were connected, and he wrote about their encounters!
Nexia1 - Marie Nelson
|Boston Bulldog||John Kirkpatrick|
Ken thanks a million for taking the time and gas to go find his grave and take the photo. God bless your work.
Thanks to your efforts I now realize the Krenkel's lost both sons(phillip and John) in World War II.Thanks for your work. Loren
|Penny Rae ( Kinnison) Weideman||Bert Riggs|
Ken, Thank you for your looking for my great grandfather's grave. I am not sure where Bert Riggs was buried. I have his death record and he died in Alton Kansas. We knew next to nothing about my mom's side (Riggs and Reeves) I found out when he died my great grandmother Carrie Riggs (Sage) had no money to pay for it and was told he was buried in Potters field.
I see you where born in the same town my other great grandfather James N Reeves 1883-1961 and his family to. Thank you again.
|Mark Vernon||Summers thanks|
Hi Ken thank you for the photos! It is nice to see the flowers and the GAR star at James' grave. I have never been to this cemetery, where I have so many relatives buried. It sounds like a very interesting one.
If you are able to go out again sometime, I would be interested in any possible close-ups of the markings. But only if this is convenient. I am happy with your photos!