|Ron Campbell (#47849271)|
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Born James Allen Shipman in Oct. 1945. Shortly thereafter was adopted by Eldon & Dorothy Campbell of Springfield, IL. Graduated Springfield HS '63;from Culver-Stockton College (BS)'67 and Univ. of Tennessee (MS)'68: Teacher/administrator at Springfield Southeast HS 68-70 and at Hinsdale South HS, Darien, IL in special education & social studies from 1970 until his retirement in 2002. Married Mary Jo Kramp of Springfield in 1970 and have 3 children and 3 grandchildren. Hobbies include genealogy, bridge, umpiring, landscaping, and travel. Home is in Woodridge, IL.|
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|John Moser||RE: Amelia Moser|
Amelia (Molly) MOSER and yes she is the daughter of Eugene and Susan Groesch Moser.
I'm not sure if you created them or not but I send the unknown dob dates thought the edit tab.
Added by Dave on Aug 14, 2014 3:24 PM
Added by ProgBase on Aug 13, 2014 12:58 PM
|Connie Clark||RE: Picture|
You are very welcome , it was our pleasure . Were they the ones from Wimmer Cemetery ? Best Wishes, Connie and Wayne
|K.B.||RE: Berger grave site|
You are very welcome, It was my pleasure.
Added by K.B. on Jan 20, 2013 4:04 PM
|Julie Doty||Regina Bleser|
Hi Ron, have transferred Regina to your care. I'm thrilled that she is now with family. Sincerely, Julie
|Betty Chisholm||Charles D Wright|
The memorial I have recorded is for his father & Charles is listed as a child but is linked to your memorial for Charles.
(correction to previous message) I think it is actually a golf course, not a farm.
Added by Ann on Oct 10, 2012 9:48 AM
|Ann||RE: Wright Cemetery, Montgomery Co|
Hi Ron. I have not been to Wright Cemetery personally but can provide directions. As for Newton and Sarah Coffey, they had grave markers in the 1940's when Walter Sanders and his high school students read the cemetery. Based on photos and descriptions that have been passed along, the cemetery is somewhat overgrown and not maintained in any way. The last time I know of that someone visited and took pictures was about 3 years ago - he did not find the Coffey markers at that time. I'm sure they are there, but it will just take some looking. The cemetery is located in the SW quarter of Section 15 of South Fillmore Township, near Van Burensburg. Where St. Rte 185 and 3rd street meet, just north of Green Hill Cemetery, there looks to be a farm and residence. I would park there, ask about the cemetery and get permission to access the land, and then it looks like if you walk due north you will find the cemetery. Here is a link to where the cemetery is at http://mapper.acme.com/?ll=39.05083,-89.29223&z=15&t=H
I've got 1 year of grad school left and then I will have time to get back out to Montgomery County to locate, visit, and read the rest of the forgotten cemeteries. I will make sure to put Wright on the list. Good luck and let me know how it turns out.
Added by Ann on Oct 10, 2012 9:38 AM
|Ann||RE: Laura Reed Draper|
Hi Ron. I just transferred her memorial. Happy to do so for any others that might be your relatives. My mom and I all the cemeteries in the northwestern part of the county, so if your family lived in that area we probably found their graves. Take care, Ann
Added by Ann on Sep 12, 2012 11:11 AM
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