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When I was 14, I spent my summer trying to catalog a cemetery with a big notepad, some pens, and a lot of skeeter spray - hey, it was MN. Let me just say FaGrave.is.so.much.easier!|
Please use my gravestone/cemetery pictures for your own personal use, no need to credit me. I only ask that you link back to a memorial/cite your source if it's a picture of people and not stone.
I'd like to thank all of you who have been working with FaG for so many years now-as a newbie, it was such a jumpstart to find so many of my relatives' memorials already on here just waiting for me to type in their names!
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I am a descendant of Caswell Courtney. I would love to know if you could provide some information on him and if the Courtney line and the Stevens/Stephens line in the same cemetery are related.
Added by Tramlyn on Apr 23, 2015 4:22 PM
|JARROTT P. COX||Find A Grave Memorial# 39972566|
Your photo on this one has a apparent U.F.O. IN it or a funny looking airplane. Or I'm just seeing things again. Ha Ha.
|sharon kenney||Found-Erastus B Elliott obituary|
10-29-1909 Chariton Courier page 1. Death's Decree Elliott:- E.B. Elliott, who was born and reared in Keytesville,, died of cancer of the stomach at his home in St. Louis Thursday, October 21, 1909, aged 58 years. His wife, who was formerly Miss Fannie Birch, and two children, one son and one daughter, are left to mourn the death of a devoted husband and loving and indulgent father. Mr. Elliott's remains were brought to Keytesville and laid to rest in the city cemetery Saturday. ( The Chariton Courier newspaper was published in Keytesville, Chariton County, Missouri)
|glenda otto||McKee family|
Thank you for your instruction. So your Grandmother is Lucille? So are you the step daughter to Bobby or the daughter [that I can`t remember her name right now]? I had just written to Lucille to ask if I could borrow the McKee book but she can`t part with it. Many years ago we took my 3 yr old son down to meet Uncle Henry and my so called him grape, grape Uncle Henry. They had the meanest goose that would chase us on the way to the out house. Was lucky enough to see Bob Bottom at my aunt Karen Post`s funeral.
I noticed that my Grandfather John William has been left off of all of his families entries. Barthlomew AND Matilda Darst were his parents. Perry McKee
Rose McKee Holliday
Lottie McClain AND
John William who was married to Margaret Wesley.
My father was Glen Wesley who was their son. My name is Glenda Otto. If you are a member of the McKee family I would enjoy sharing information with you.
|Cathy Cadd||Locust Creek Cemetery|
I noticed that you did a few of the gravestone photos for this cemetery. Is there a list somewhere of who is buried here? I have a large Harrison family that lived in Locust Creek and I think perhaps a few of them are buried here. Thanks Cathy
|KathyF||Debbie F Phillips|
I found a picture of Debbie's headstone under Hope Baptist Cemetery. Here is a link to the entry:
I hope this helps.
Added by KathyF on Apr 08, 2013 8:21 AM
Do you have more information on location and type of buriel?Flagler Palms has buriel and entombment in six sections.
Added by Kandi on Feb 21, 2013 9:44 PM
|Frank Murphy||RE: Courtney MIller|
Your so very welcome and it's my pleasure. I have also posted a gravestone picture for Maxine W Courtney.
|Shannon Yates||RE: Elisha Palmer 64266776|
You are very welcomed. I apologize for being slow to acknowledge your message. My name is Shannon Yates, Elisha's daughter, Alice Melissa was my father's maternal grandmother. Alice married Ostenelli Lockling, had Floralice who married Joseph Yates and had Curtis my father. my email is email@example.com
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