|Medea Boguslaw (#48213881)|
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Having located this site via a tip from an unmet cousin, I have discovered photos of ancestors past. Currently able to snap a few shots in Cameron, Missouri after I drop kids off at school.|
Ancestry connected to Niles, Young, Wilmot & Southards. Husband's side Boguslaw, Schleichardt, Huffman and Sweedoc.
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In conjunction with the request below to add your photo to Meryl Hileman, I would like to request that you delete the photo from memorial
Added by Deb on Jan 05, 2014 9:51 AM
|Jean Quentmeyer||Merle Hileman|
You added a picture of Jennie Edna Hileman's headstone. Could you please add that same picture to her husband's memorial, Merle 18217858
Thanks a million!
|Jean Quentmeyer||Jennie Edna Hileman|
Thank you for the great picture of Jennie Edna Hileman's headstone. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated.
|Brenda Ahlers||Grave 18218384|
I think there may be an error on this memorial. The headstone shown does not match the name or dates that are with the memorial. Can you please double check these? I would surely appreciate it if you could!
|Joseph & Connie||photo|
Thank you so much adding the photo of Ruby Ausman marker. Much appreciated.
|Joe & Connie, and Mariah||Ausman|
|Linda||James & Jennie Doll photos|
Thank you very much for the photos of James & Jennie Doll's headstones. We appreciate your time and effort very much.
Added by Linda on Aug 30, 2013 12:47 PM
|DLMc||Andrew & Sophia Stone|
Thank you so much for adding the photos of my great, great grandparents. And so quickly!!
Added by DLMc on Aug 30, 2013 12:32 PM
|Karen Sipe||Winfred Hawkins 112089567|
Thank you for all your extra work. I really appreciate the addition information and will add it to the memorial page for others.
|AnisahD||RE: Anna Grunder photos|
I have no idea. I'm not personally related to Anna Grunder. I only manage her memorial on behalf of a family member.
Once I got the memorial number, I realized this was one of the Kirk Cemetery memorials i manage & it explained why I couldn't find the name in my family tree on ancestry.com
As for complexion. Don't put to much into the old photos. Remember they often darken with age due to the chemicals used in photography. Also a person might have tanned also. Plus there is the chance they are "Black Irish" or another mix. Mind you most claims of such lineage refer to actually being of Mulado origin, not Native. Additionally Black Irish was in fact IRISH with Arab blood. So they were WHITE skinned (very pale) with black straight hair & dark dark eyes. NOT dark skinned as is often claimed by Americans trying to conceal their African-American blood. So being dark in a picture might not denote anything or might denote something far more than you might expect.
Added by AnisahD on Aug 27, 2013 10:11 AM
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