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Larry Boyd (#46860516)
 member for 10 years, 8 months
K Goins
Henretta Walters Rains
In 2010 you created a memorial for Henretta Walters Rains. Someone (maybe you?) linked her to my great-grandfather, James Volney Walters' memorial. Are you related to Henretta ?? For many years, I have been looking for the daughter of James V. Walters and his first wife, Mary Ann Cole, but under the first name "Dealpha" as noted in the 1860 census. If you have more information to help clear up some of my questions, I'd love to hear from you.

Added by K Goins on Apr 22, 2017 4:32 PM

Beverly Smith
Cyntha Anna (Roberts) Bunch
I am working on a federal probate for Mary Dorothea (Roberts) Brayman Winberg for the White Earth Tribe in MN. She inherited an estate thru Roger Winberg and he inherited through his mother. I need info on Dorothea's family. I am working on her paternal side and see that she had no siblings but she had (1) aunt, Cynthia (Roberts) Bunch; sister of Dorothea's father James Zachariah Roberts; parents: James Newton & Mary Elizabeth (Fergus) Roberts. Can you please help me? I am wondering if Ralph E. Bunch (son of Cynthia) was ever married and children? Also, Mary E. (Bunch) Stinson; states that she had (2) children; no info on her spouse of who her children were. Please contact me, Beverly Smith, Probate Technician, toll-free: (888) 760-6222 ext. 1437 or via email. M-F 7:00-3:30pm is my schedule. Any assistance you can help me with would be very much appreciated.

Added by Beverly Smith on Apr 13, 2017 8:36 AM

deanna french
FAG #16391552 Martin Hosley
Good evening
Martin Hosley was a Native Son of Vermont, being born there in 1818, and was credited to that state for his Civil War service with the Pa RFLS.
I would like to ask you if I may use the photo that you contributed to his Find A Grave Memorial, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? (
You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.

Deanna French

Added by deanna french on Mar 09, 2017 8:53 PM

deanna french
FAG #16391552 Martin Hosley
Good evening
Martin Hosley was a Native Son of Vermont, being born there in 1818, and was credited to that state for his Civil War service with the Pa RFLS.
I would like to ask you if I may use the photo that you contributed to his Find A Grave Memorial, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? (
You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.

Deanna French

Added by deanna french on Mar 09, 2017 8:53 PM

kathleen hague
bennie waggoner

I believe that an error has been made and that the two "Bennie" Waggoner men have been confused.

Benjamin Waggoner (parents Abraham Lincoln Waggoner, jr and Sarah Elizabeth Huggins)
1871–1919 Married to Frances Fern Clark
Birth 15 FEB 1871 • Polk, Polk, Missouri, United States
Death 26 JAN 1919 • Polk, Polk, Missouri, United States

Theodore Benjamin Bennie Waggoner (parents John Waggoner and Lillie Fair Bridges)
1899–1920 Married to Bessie Fern Williams
Birth 13 JUNE 1899 • Aldrich, Polk, Missouri, USA
Death 14 DEC 1920 • in Iowa of Diphtheria

I hope this will be helpful
s kathleen burdick hague

Added by kathleen hague on Mar 04, 2017 2:41 PM

Jo Ann
Stacy Curtis
You entered Curtis Stacy born 1916. His name is Albert Curtis Stacy. He did use the name Curtis.

Added by Jo Ann on Mar 03, 2017 12:26 PM

Maggie Stirewalt
Hey! Thanks for the transfer. I fixed the problem and will add some bio for her as well. I was working on the Price family on my Lunsford branch. My tree has been blossoming so fast it has been hard to keep up with it all. God bless you!

Added by TALKING STONES on Feb 26, 2017 9:52 PM

Larry & Andrea (Lemaster) Litteral
Could you transfer the memorial for Charles Henry Lemaster in Evergreen Cemetery, Republic, Greene County, Missouri? He is my Uncle.

Added by Larry & Andrea (Lemaster)... on Feb 10, 2017 9:05 PM

D. Bagwell
Curious if you are related to the Doggett family at all. My line goes Doggett>Terry>Norton. I'd love to connect if possible. Thanks!

Added by D. Bagwell on Feb 06, 2017 10:40 AM

Bob Pyle
Mary Griffin Tackett

Thank you so very much Larry.

Bob Pyle

Added by Bob Pyle on Jan 29, 2017 2:45 PM

Sharon Wallen
Minnie Capps
Thank you for Minnie's memorial. Looks like I have a mystery to solve!

Added by Sharon Wallen on Jan 29, 2017 10:02 AM

Louis Dolton
Sincere Thanks
Thank you for accepting the suggestions I sent for Almedia Ann Dalton Teegarden. Because of spelling differences and the fact that I didn't know her married name; I had created a duplicate. I promptly deleted the duplicate once you added her parents.
Louis Dolton
Topeka, Kansas

Added by Louis Dolton on Jan 25, 2017 6:33 PM

Wm. H. Yandell, Missouri
Thank you, Larry, for transfer; I did not expect it, but I am continuing to research his descendants and this will aid me. Appreciate all you do on Findagrave for us all. winnie yandell

Added by wvy on Jan 25, 2017 3:08 PM

Eldon Parker
Mines Reynolds
Thank you, Larry, for the Mines Reynolds transfer. I appreciate it.


Added by Eldon Parker on Jan 16, 2017 6:09 AM

Bob Pyle
Thadeus M. Griffin

Thank you.


Added by Bob Pyle on Jan 14, 2017 4:02 PM

Richard Parker
Flo Alice Keller

I found Floe's parents marriage record. I believe it will help to clear up the name issue.

MISSOURI MARRIAGE RECORDS 1805-2002 --- Thomas Dallas Roe - Marriage Date: February 9, 1916 - Marriage Place: Springfield, Greene County, Missouri -- Registration Place: Greene County, Missouri - Spouse: Miss Della Morgan


Added by Richard Parker on Jan 11, 2017 3:05 PM

Richard Parker
Floe alice Thomas Keller

You have listed floe's maiden name as Thomas. I do not believe this is correct. However, I may be missing a piece of the puzzle. Below is the information that I believe shows he maiden name as Roe.

1932 --- MISSOURI MARRIAGE RECORDS 1805-2002 --- Name: Mr. Floyd Keller - Marriage Date: December 24, 1932 - Marriage Place: Bolivar, Polk, Missouri - Registration Place: Polk, Missouri - Spouse: Miss Floe Alice Roe.

On the original marriage record the following is
stated:" Floe Alice Rose is under sixteen years old and Mrs. Nettie N. Morgan, guardian of Floe Alice Roe, has given her consent to said marriage". The 1920 census shows that Dallas Roe and wife, Della are Floe parents. I just wonder if Thomas is Floe's mother's maiden name?


Added by Richard Parker on Jan 11, 2017 12:49 PM

Tuck-Mitchell Family
RE: Beula Adams
Can you tell me more about the book? I only received a file of cards, no book and there is no card for Beulah Adams. Was this a book from Carl Locke?
Thank you so much!

Added by Tuck-Mitchell Family on Dec 24, 2016 6:23 AM

John Abney
Norman Riley Fallesen
Hi Larry, my name is John Abney and I am the president of the Iron County Missouri Historical Society. We're working on a new pictorial history of Iron County and one of the chapters in that book is on community leaders and another pays special tribute to veterans who lived in Iron County. Mr. Fallesen qualifies as both. What I am asking for is your permission to use the photo that you posted of Mr. Fallesen on his memorial page on Find A Grave (buried in Polk County, MO). I would give you credit as the source of the photo.

John Abney
(573) 915-5446

Added by John Abney on Dec 05, 2016 8:24 AM

Mrs Bateman
My name is Chuck Walker. I am inquiring about; Find A Grave Memorial# 66628929.

I am hoping you may know the family. I am looking to get a hold of her daughter, Debra Murphy. I have a box of photographs of her Father from the late 30's through and after the War to about 1948. I have several photographs of him before the War when he lived in Taft, Calif. As well as in Uniform. I would love to see these go to Knial's Daughters and Family.

If you can put one of them in contact with me that would be great. Or get me to someone that does know them.
Chuck Walker

Added by Chuck on Dec 03, 2016 6:24 PM

RE: Crudgington Cemetery
I will ask my cousin if he needs a map and let you know if he does. Thank you so much for the help! All the best, Keith & Lynne

Added by K&LB on Dec 03, 2016 12:37 PM

Ms. Clyde
Soloman Carrier
Your memorial for Soloman is 45374390

If you want to add to his memorial:

Carrier, Garfield County, OK – “A small ‘elevator town’ on a branch of the Frisco in a rich wheat-producing area. Established in 1897, it honors an early merchant, Soloman Carrier, whose family has been influential in the county down to the present.” Published in the Oklahoma Travel Handbook by Kent Ruth, OU Press, Norman, OK, 1977.

Added by Ms. Clyde on Dec 02, 2016 8:26 AM

Crudgington Cem, Louisburg, MO
Hi Larry, We sure miss you being in Missouri and taking your great photos! Do you remember how to get to Crudgington from Louisburg or Buffalo? My cousin tried to find it but couldn't. Thanks so much, Lynne

Added by K&LB on Dec 01, 2016 6:43 AM

Roller Family-Hawkins Tennessee
Hi Larry,

I notice that you have a great deal of information on the Roller Family. I am researching a connection between the Roller family and the Lawson family from Hawkins, Tennessee. Do you know of a connection between the two families? I'd really appreciate any information that you might have.

Thanks, Deanna

Added by Deanna on Nov 16, 2016 7:10 AM

Margo Krieger
Curtis W Andrews
I just wanted to let you know I submitted a dod for Curtis, memorial 44817540... he was a stillborn and I got it from his death cert, file no 31517. Thank you for all of your memorials from Polk County and other Missouri counties, they keep memories alive!

Added by Margo Krieger on Nov 08, 2016 10:29 AM


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