|Arthur Read (#47945463)|
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Like many other people, I came to find a grave looking for my family members and thanks to the generosity of others, I was able to locate a lot of my family. That is where my interest of locating and documenting with pictures of headstones,cemeteries, etc of other peoples family members began.I hope the information I provide is of some help and value to others. If I can give someone at least a starting point on their family, then I have done good.I promise that I will provide the most accurate information possible and if you would see someone that I manage on this site and are a family member to that person I will give you full control because that's where they should be. I just recently started this and I to have been held up so I promise to be prom|
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Arthur , thank you very much .
|kay courtright||our family members|
Mannie would you please transfer our family members to me ? Trying to get all of us linked together . Kay
|Devri Richmond||Ada Narcissa Read|
I am guessing you are related to The Read family in Dunklin County?
I am related to Ada and her first husband Marion Alec.
Nice to meet you!
|Brent Gillespie||Correction 10-14-12|
Thank You for the correction for Willard Stafford in Essex Cemetery, it has been corrected.
|Scott Beacham||Jimmie Read|
I recently photographed all headstones in Liberty Cemetery, Caruth, MO. I did not find Jimmie Read, however I did find Lou, Melvin and Julia Read. Sadly, there were about 40 headstones that were so badly eroded, I can't make out the inscriptions. I will post the remaining photos over the next few weeks, email firstname.lastname@example.org if any questions. Scott
Thank you so much for photographing the gravestone of my grandfather. I tried to do that over a year ago and was unable to find the spot. I had seen his stone before and knew it was there, but just was not able to find him then.
Thanks again for your work and time.
Thank you so much for the pictures.
Added by Linda on Jul 10, 2013 3:35 PM
|D Snyder||Charles H. Miller|
Sorry about birth certificate. It was MISSOURI, Commerce, Scott County.
Added by D Snyder on Apr 25, 2013 3:09 PM
|Missy Turner||Turner Photo|
Thank you sooo much for the pic of Hurchel Turner's grave. My daughter has been hard at work on her family tree.
|Rambling Genealogist||Grace thornburg|
Thank you for taking the picture of Grace's monument.
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