|Clint Moore (#48102270)|
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Have used this site a lot and finally getting around to becoming a member. Time to help give back.|
Grew up in Kansas and have lived here all my life. I enjoyed listening to the old folks talk about family history. Never knowing my grandparents on my Dads side has given me a desire to know where I come from.
My Aunt did tons of research and an Uncle on the other side. She is gone now and he can no longer do much work. Its not only something that is sentimental to be but a fun hobby.
My interest is in May, Mey, Moore, Kelley, Davis and Alexander
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Two transfers made to you and connections made. If I have anymore you would like just let me know. If they are not my relatives would be glad to transfer.
Added by pop-pop on Dec 27, 2013 12:38 PM
|Linda Carpenter Shindler||Briniger|
I don't mind being called Judy! She walked many many cemeteries in Cowley County, KS and Kay County, Ok and didn't think some of her pix were very good. So I walked the same cemeteries taking pix to add to her memorials and then I also took pix and put out memorials for ones she missed. She and I corresponded often so I feel as if I know her! Linda
|Barbara Nicholson||Joseph A. & Robert Wayne Kelley|
Attached them to their parents. Thanks Clint. I appreciate the way you requested it be done. Sure makes it easier to add the information.
|Barbara Nicholson||Emily Kelley Bell|
Attached her to her parents. Thanks Barbara
Links have been added.
Please do not hesitate to send any other information on any memorial I have created.
Many thanks, Eliz
|Donna Lupton||RE: Picture Request|
I apologize for the misinterpretation. I thought that the John May you were wanting was the father who died in 1849. When I added the picture, I noticed that the John May you were wanting was the son, who died in 1830 and when I deleted the picture it got rid of the request. Don't know if the stone will ever be found. The cemetery was inscribed in 1965 and it was not in the inscriptions. But in 1928 a fella from Tower Hill found some people who were buried there and both John May Sr. and John May Jr. were listed in his story. The cemetery is in a sorry state. Only two stones are standing that of George Miller and John May Sr. and some footstones. It hasn't been cleaned up or mowed in who know how many years. It was in bad shape when the fella inscribed the cemetery in 1965.
You can request the photo, but I don't think it will ever be found unless some people get in there and clean it up. It is in a middle of a field and has been used for dumping grounds as I found a refrigerator and other debris when I went there in 2006 and again in 2009. Again I am sorry for the misinterpretation.
|Heather||RE: John May|
Yes I tried. Sending you the photos of what was left of the cemetery. Not much, it is a mess.
Added by Heather on Apr 29, 2013 8:14 PM
|JackiMex||Mary Fouts Kester|
Thanks, Kent, for looking for her grave and tombstone and for checking with the office. I was afraid that she might not have a tombstone. It is so sad when that happens. There have been several members of my tree lately that have no tombstones. I will remove the photo request and add a note to her memorial.
Added by JackiMex on Apr 29, 2013 6:04 PM
I seen your appology don't worry when you are learning it takes time. No problem
Welcome to find a grave
|Barbara Nicholson||George Davis|
I believe that all the connections were done for his daughters. You are welcome I enjoy find a grave. If you need connections done you need to go to the top part of the memorial where it says edit and type in the information that you want done and it makes it easier for the person doing it. Thanks
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