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RAS (#48101130)
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Bio Photo When my son was in kindergarten, the teacher asked what his parents liked to do. He said his mother liked to walk cemeteries and clean tombstones. Have brush will travel. Sprague, Mahnke, Wallrabenstein, Engelke, Goodsell, Ewald, Jens, Widuch, McMillan, Millar, Marx, Schaefer and many more families.
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JARROTT P. COX
RE: Perry Rogain Cemetery
Well , I will order that paper in if you like and look ,it does not cost anything . Just let Me know ,Sort of like to solve the mystery my self . Only thing is is time going to be traveling a lot after 10 days from now ,so we need to do it now or it could be a few weeks . Jarrott
Added by JARROTT P. COX on May 09, 2014 3:29 PM
JARROTT P. COX
RE: Littell Cemetery, Pleasanton, KS
Here is my notes on Perry Ragan cemetery .

West of Battle of Mine creek Park
Pleasanton
Kansas 66075


Linn County
Kansas USA
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Cemetery notes and/or description:
Small Cemetery on Private land overlooking Mine Creek has been inactive for many Years there are stone's fallen over and grown up in weeds. Some grave's are rock covered. Location Sec. 14 TWP. 22 RG. 24
on private land .thanks to Ola Mae Earnest and the Linn County Historical Society for there work on this cemetery.
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Added by JARROTT P. COX on May 08, 2014 4:03 AM
JARROTT P. COX
RE: Littell Cemetery, Pleasanton, KS
Thank you for the compliments , Don't you mean Perry Ragain CEMETERY ? The littell cemetery is the one tore up by the tornado . Any way what about the records do you wish to know ?

Perry Ragain cemetery is a long abanded cemetery on private land about 3 miles south west of Pleasanton Ks.,IT WAS rediscovered in the 1980s by Ola Mae Earnest of the Linn County Historical society . I venture to guess no one has step foot in it since then ,although I plan to obtain permission to PHOTO GRAPH IT SOON . Ola Mae reported it was in very bad disarray and few stones visible in 1980 . I will make the name change on Your Great aunt , and if You like I can try to locate the Obituary if one exists . I should also mention
it sits on the edge of Mine Creek Battlefield and is not visible from the road as far as I can tell . Happy to do all I can to find out more . Jarrott Cox
Added by JARROTT P. COX on May 08, 2014 3:37 AM
Bill Vanderpool
RE: Abraham Vanderpool
Probably not directly related. 99% of the Vanderpool's in Wisconson migrated from New York and my side of the Vanderpool's left New York in the late 1600's and migrated south into the Carolinas then west into Missouri and from there to the west coast. If you traced his family back far enough we would find a common ancestry living in the New Colonies.

I entered the memorials in Vernon Center from a database on that cemetery, please feel free to ask for transfer of anyone that you want.

Bill
Added by Bill Vanderpool on Jul 13, 2013 10:01 AM
Bill Vanderpool
Abraham Vanderpool
Not sure which Abraham Vanderpool you are asking about, but Abraham, born 1709 in Virginia, was my 5th great grandfather. My full time hobby is researching his descendents. Are you related to him?

Bill
Added by Bill Vanderpool on Jul 12, 2013 9:13 PM
Jan Davis Ruthig
RE: John Sprague, Mt. Hope Cemetery
Did you happen to notice this memorial to which I also added a photo? Find A Grave# 5641607 Ruby M Sprague, infant dau of Irah and Mary H Sprague. This stone was sort of piled with John's. Had to actually did part of it out of the ground...
Added by Jan Davis Ruthig on Jul 06, 2013 11:29 AM
Jan Davis Ruthig
RE: John Sprague, Mt. Hope Cemetery
You are welcome. Sorry I didn't find Diantha. If she is John's wife then she might not have a stone left. Some of the stones right there are in bad shape. I didn't get through the whole cemetery though so perhaps she is still 'out there'... :>)
Added by Jan Davis Ruthig on Jul 06, 2013 10:20 AM
Lenise Cook
Hinderer
Thank you so much for the quick response and photos of the Hinderer stones. They are greatly appreciated
Added by Lenise Cook on Jun 19, 2013 5:29 PM
 

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