Find A Grave Memorial# 157486758
Some one has mistakenly assumed that the Joseph and Rebecca Showalter Parks buried in the Elliot cemetery, Livingston County, Missouri are Joseph and Rebecca Beigh Park. There is a Joseph Maxwell and Rebecca Beigh Park from Ohio. Our Joseph and Rebecca are from Pennsylvania and moved to Indiana and then to Missouri where they died. You can follow both families on the Federal census' in each of their home states. Joseph Maxwell Park died 1 Mar 1864 and is buried in Nashville National Cemetery. Rebecca died in 1899 in Ohio.
Isophine Park Shingogle is the daughter of the Pennsylvania Joseph and Rebecca Showalter Park. This Joseph's parents are Joseph Park (d. 1838 buried in Isaac Grove Farm, Horseknob, Huntingdon Co., Pennsylvania) and Anne Beaver (d.1863 buried White Church, Grafton, Pennsylvania).
Added by Angela on Jan 29, 2017 5:13 PM
do you know the date on baby wilson in maple grove dodge city kn thank you jessie
Added by Jessie Elder on Jan 24, 2017 12:45 PM
|F J Stanley||Mable Josephine (Orebaugh) McCaslin|
Just wanted to say "Thank so much!" for your memorial #148508868. My grandfather's 2nd cousin, Willis H McCaslin showed up in the 1930 and 1940 census married to a "Josephine", but it would have taken much more trouble than it was worth to me to find out more about her. They had no children, so it's not like any descendants were going to ever figure it out.
Willis apparently returned to New Castle, PA after Josephine died. That was where his parents were from and where he grew up (he was born in KS, but moved there when he was 2). He died in 1946, and is buried there with his parents, which is undoubtedly why his death date was never updated on this marker. Thanks for the photo, too!!
Added by F J Stanley on Jan 23, 2017 8:41 PM
|Aaron Lawrence||RE: Margaret|
Have you taken a DNA test? I have and I have been linked to some of Tobias Phillips legitimate kids. For years I was hopefull that Tobias wasn't the father of her kids but the DNA test results say it's true.
Added by Aaron Lawrence on Dec 18, 2016 5:34 PM
|Aaron Lawrence||Margaret Peggy Lawrence|
Hi Bob my name is Aaron Lawrence and I'm also a direct "Lawrence" dissident of Margaret Peggy Lawrence. It's nice to know there is another out there.
Added by Aaron Lawrence on Dec 18, 2016 4:18 PM
|Lynn||RE: Nellie Mae (Jagger) Talley|
I wondered if it had been moved as well. Hopefully someone let you know. Thank-you I appreciate it.
Added by Lynn on Dec 01, 2016 12:58 PM
|M M||Ann W. Irelan|
You and others on ancestry.com suggest that Ann passed away on Sept. 30 but the obituary indicates Oct. 1. Due to the discrepancy I only listed the year.
Added by M M on Nov 16, 2016 11:26 AM
|Tim Tompkins||Sarah Jane Lighter correction|
I don't know what is going on either, but I apparently missed the earlier memorial. I will delete mine. Thanks for the info!
Added by Tim Tompkins on Sep 30, 2016 9:17 PM
|Jean Hall||Jo Frances Hill|
Bob,would you add the gravestone to her obit that I created in 2013. She is an aunt to my son-in-law. All else looks good. Thanks.
Added by Jean Hall on Sep 30, 2016 7:40 AM
|Bonnie Shirley Amery||Memorial# 168665486 Annie Morrison Hill|
Thank You for sending your edit for Annie's memorial.
Are you related to Annie or is she well known to you?
Bonnie Shirley Amery
Added by Bonnie Shirley Amery on Sep 29, 2016 7:11 AM
|Dave Black||RE: Aaron Smith Bayne|
Many of the stones that old are practically indecipherable. I was hopeful though since you apparently could read the inscription along with the personal information. I will contact the church there and see who manages the property.
Added by Dave Black on Sep 26, 2016 12:29 PM
|Dave Black||Aaron Smith Bayne, Find A Grave # 83126294|
I am new looking around for graves, I would like to find the gravesite of Aaron Smith Bayne, he is buried in the Hammondsville Cemetery in Kentucky. Can you give me advice on if anyone would have a record of the location of the grave in that cemetery? I found the cemetery but not his grave.
Added by Dave Black on Sep 26, 2016 9:52 AM
|Nonny||RE: Lovina Burba Wood|
what prove does she have? i haven't been able to find anything. since i haven't been able to find anything on her or my gg.grandfather, Ichabod, i they could be buried on the farm cemetery where ggg.father Solomon is buried.
the lady that had the farm said she remembers a small cemetery there, but her father told it down because it was in the middle his field. she only remembers, Solomon Wood, because, i believe, it was on his stone struck by lightening. she was abt 100 when she allowed a marker to be put by the road across where she remembers the tombstone to be.
Added by Nonny on Aug 29, 2016 6:19 PM
|B Mowen||Edits at Woodland Cemetery, Xenia, OH|
Thank you for accepting my edits.
Added by B Mowen on Aug 21, 2016 3:18 PM
|Nonny||RE: Solomon Seymour Wood|
It was off Ancestry, I think, or here.
Added by Nonny on Jul 15, 2016 7:30 PM
|Jessie Elder||Baby Boy Wilson|
you are managing his site mom # 154291003 Plot division 7 block 57 lot7 need to try and fine out if it is my Brother Jess W. Wilson Father Patsy N. Wilson Mother my name is Jessie Wilson Elder Thank you any help is welcome.
Added by Jessie Elder on Jul 11, 2016 7:32 PM
|Ray Vick||Ida Rhoades Killian|
I am questioning the 1910 census showing her with daughters Anna age 5 and Ora age 3, also with son Harvy (sic) age 15, all surnamed Cluster.
I suspect Anna and Ora were not her daughters or the daughter of Michael Cluster. I suspect they are adopted from William Elmer and Cora Taylor; but am quite confused about how that might have happened.
I know Harvey was a Killen not a Cluster.
After Ida's death Michael married widow Lillian Virginia Taylor nee Powell who was married to Michael by 1915 and by 1920 is shown living with Anna and Ora (Cluster?) and Virgnia's step-son Earl Taylor in Center, Woodson, KS where Virginia had lived with her first husband Jacob Andrew Taylor until his death in 1913. What was Michael Cluster's connection to Center, Woodson, KS?
Added by Ray Vick on Jun 28, 2016 9:13 AM
|Paula Walsh||Baltimore Cemetery|
Hi Bob, I am from Farmer City, IL and recently visited Baltimore Cemetery in Cowley Co. KS. I was specifically looking for the headstone of China Baldwin, of which I see you added a photo to her memorial on Find A Grave. I was very disappointed to find that none of the stones remained and had been replaced by concrete stones with numbers, no names. Would you by chance know what happened to the original stones? I'm really interest in finding if they are being preserved somewhere or if they were destroyed. Thank you for any help!!
Added by Paula Walsh on Jun 27, 2016 7:30 AM
|Marcee||RE: Frank & Kathrina Baldauf|
You are welcome. Checked again when we went to pick up our flowers after Memorial Day. Don't know how I missed it the first time, but was glad I finally found it.
Added by Marcee on Jun 18, 2016 12:14 PM
|Marcee||RE: John H. Bauldauf|
I was unable to find the tombstone for Frank & Katrina Baldauf. Will try and get in touch with the cemetery to see if there is a stone.
Added by Marcee on May 29, 2016 2:03 PM
|Fausset-Fasullo||James Sherrick obit|
Hi Bob, I found this obituary, dated Dec. 17, 1954. and was hoping that you might want to add that information into your memorial for him. My grandmother was related to the Kirk's and Sherrick's.
James Sherrick, 69, died Tuesday in Dodge City. He was born in Missouri and had lived in Eureka, CA for the past few months. Before his retirement he was a blacksmith. Besides his son he is survived by his wife, Myrtle, two daughters, Mrs. James English of Fresno, Mrs. Virginia Bagley of Illinois, a brother, Andy Sherrick of Eureka and several brothers and sisters in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Funeral services will be held today in Dodge City.
Added by Fausset-Fasullo on May 27, 2016 11:13 AM
|glmc||Permission to use your photos|
I am Glenda McClelland, Co-State Director for Kansas Gravestones Organization. I would like to have your permission to use your photographs from Find A Grave and use them on our site, Kansasgravestones.org. We are just starting up and looking for help in obtaining pictures for Kansas. We will give you full credit for your photos. I have seen your gravestone photos and they are great. I would like to thank you for your good work that you do for Find A Grave. It is a wonderful endeavor that is being done so family and friends can see where their loved ones are resting. It is a great opportunity for those who are unable to visit at the graveside of those they cherished and loved.
Thank you and I do hope we can be of service to you sometime. Please get in touch with me at the following email address: email@example.com.
Co-State Director for Kansas Gravestone
Added by glmc on May 10, 2016 6:02 PM
See memorial 83078247. I added a photo. Would you agree that it matches?
Added by B Mowen on Apr 16, 2016 3:22 PM
|Casey Cartwright||RE: William Tate Queen|
Added by Casey Cartwright on Apr 04, 2016 2:26 AM
|Casey Cartwright||William Tate Queen|
Hello/Hi You added a photo grave site of William Tate Queen
is there anyway I could find a photo of him thank you for you're time ?
Added by: Bob Lawrence
Added by Casey Cartwright on Mar 26, 2016 5:25 PM