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K. Nelson ❦❀ (#46924235)
 member for 10 years, 2 months, 6 days
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Sidney Allen
RE: Find A Grave--Biography
I'm aware of the spacing between bio's and cemetery name; I post my bios on purpose the way I do. Is there some particular memorial(s) that I could perhaps compress? With over 13,000 memorials on Find A Grave I'm not going to go through them all - would need some specifics.
Thanks for the info,
Sidney

Added by Sidney Allen on Mar 16, 2016 7:17 AM

Nadra Curtis
Watts corrections
Corrections made. Thank you for your sharp eyed observations! Well done.

Added by Nadra Curtis on Mar 16, 2016 12:11 AM

Linda Whitby Baumann Romine
RE: Cassandra (McCoy) Williams #55165867
Thank you K Nelson. My Dad's parents lived in Licking, MO most of their lives. They were David and Inos Whitby. They lived down the road from where the Williams Cemetery is located. My grandpa used to walk to the grave of his wife, my grandma after she died. I don't know the name of the dirt road they lived on but it was on the corner of the road the cemetery is located on. ( Is that 19?? Can't remember) The side of their house faced the main road. My Dad and Mom both grew up in Licking, MO. I am 68 years old and loved looking up family history. I will be honored to look after this grandmother's record. She had died before I was born.

I was told the Williams Cemetery land was donated by a past relative that owned the land way back in the 1800's. Interesting!

Thanks again,
Linda

Added by Linda Whitby Baumann Rom... on Feb 18, 2016 10:10 PM

KiowaGal
RE: William W. Harris #1240144
Quite a few of the rural Oklahoma cemeteries are in pastures. Most are not hard to access though. Unfortunately, during the Depression a lot of people were buried with no markers, so that person is "lost." I was told by my cousin's mother that in the cemetery where my grandparents are buried, because there was no money to spare for burials, that families would bring their members to the cemetery in the middle of the night to bury them. It's sad to think that no one will know where that person is buried in later years.

Added by KiowaGal on Feb 18, 2016 2:54 AM

KiowaGal
RE: Maggie & William Harris
I copied the picture to William's memorial; but, it is greatly reduced, for some reason. Will see if I can figure out how to post the right size. If you use my photo, please credit me as the photographer. Thanks, that is all I ask.

Added by KiowaGal on Feb 17, 2016 5:50 PM

Kaye Skirvin Elliott
RE: Martha Elizabeth (Ogle) Martin
I sent some lengthy information at jnelsinc@centurytel.net

Did you get it?

If not, I can retry at another email address or send via mail if I have your address.

Kaye

Added by Kaye Skirvin Elliott on Jan 22, 2016 9:21 AM

Kaye Skirvin Elliott
Martha Ogle Martin

Added by Kaye Skirvin Elliott on Jan 22, 2016 9:17 AM

Kaye Skirvin Elliott
Martha Ogle Martin

Added by Kaye Skirvin Elliott on Jan 22, 2016 9:17 AM

Kaye Skirvin Elliott
RE: Martha E. Lizzie (Ogle) Martin
I'm sorry, I do not know who her parents were.

My (distant) connection is through the Martin side.

Hopefully, you will find your answer elsewhere.

Added by Kaye Skirvin Elliott on Jan 21, 2016 2:38 PM

Patricia Caviness Perkins
JOhn caviness
regarding the note attached to the find a grave memorial for John Caviness born 1814 NC who married Susannah Poe (and others )he is the son of William Caviness and Mary Vestal Caviness ,the note you left reads that you have never seen this John Caviness's father listed anywhere as William Caviness.not even in the Caviness book.it is there on page 126. It is listed that way ,and many other areas of the book and also one of Johns Marriages that of Annabelle Lee it gives his parents names as william and Mary Vestal.perhaps you are talking about a different John Caviness ,or a different Caviness book than that written by Alloa Caviness Anderson.There has never been any dispute about this mans father ,I have on my public ancestry tree estate records for William showing his widow and children ,Alloas book is wrong in many areas she has this family and many actual records in her book.Now I do believe she messed up Williams father it should be Richard ,not another William
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Added by Patricia Caviness Perkins on Dec 26, 2015 3:06 PM

Logan
George W Bohannon
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=22052489

Added by Logan on Dec 11, 2015 12:20 AM

Janet Mercurio
RE: Henrietta (Johnson) Craven
Hi - That's fine. I'm at janetmercurio@hotmail.com

Added by Janet Mercurio on Dec 03, 2015 10:05 AM

Janet Mercurio
RE: Henrietta Craven #15946789
Hello - Thank you so much for offering to take another photo of her gravestone. I appreciate it. It's so interesting that you live on Craven Street!! I'd love to see a photo of that, too!
She was my son's 3rd great grandmother.
She has a great nickname, doesn't she?
Thanks again - Janet

Added by Janet Mercurio on Nov 23, 2015 8:38 PM

Henrietta Cole
Sally Shipp
Yes I am related through the Morgan and Stringer families. Sally"s mother Rebecca La Rue Morgan is a Great Grandmother on my fathers side she married William Stringer father of Newton Stringer. When William passed in the 1840's she married George Norris. She is a Great Aunt on my mother's side I am a descendant of her brother William Green Morgan his mother was Patsy Reynolds Morgan. Her mother was a Skiles.The more I dig in the family tree the more interesting it gets. So I believe I would be a 4th or 5th cousin to your husband. Happy Hunting, Henrietta Cole

Added by Henrietta Cole on Nov 11, 2015 4:17 PM

Henrietta Cole
Sally Shipp
Sally was the daughter of George Norris and Rebecca Larue Morgan. See 1860 Census for Texas county Missouri. She was the half sister of Newton Stringer and Shannon Norris.

Added by Henrietta Cole on Nov 09, 2015 8:42 PM

Janet Mercurio
15946789
Hello Again - I hadn't seen these photos when I wrote you my previous note. You probably realize that the name is barely legible in the photo you posted of this gravestone. It'd be very nice if it were possible to get one more legible posted on her memorial, please, if you find the time to do so.
And I noticed that there appears to be a poem at the bottom of the gravestone. If it is possible to do so, I would really appreciate seeing a photo of that poem - and I hope it will be legible. If not, perhaps you could write the inscription on the caption of the photo. That would be really nice if you could do that, please.
Thank you very much. - Janet

Added by Janet Mercurio on Nov 08, 2015 10:03 AM

Janet Mercurio
15946779
Thank you so much for your photos of the Craven family gravestones. I didn't even know they existed! And they are really nice photos. They mean a lot to me and my son's family. Thank you so very much for your efforts!
- Janet

Added by Janet Mercurio on Nov 08, 2015 9:56 AM

Jay Loudermilk
Pictures
I sent you some pictures at the email listed for you of Alice Goodwin Harrison monument If you did not get them let me know.

Added by Jay Loudermilk on Aug 20, 2015 2:35 PM

PatM
RE: Naoma Myrtle Whitby
The 1940 Census has it as Noma. https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K7WG-P78

Added by PatM on Jun 08, 2015 2:38 PM

PatM
RE: Naoma Myrtle Whitby
I am working with Naoma's son, Jim Whitby, wife of 60 years in creating his memorial and she gave me that spelling. Here's what she said: "Jim's mother's first name was Noma. Everybody misspelled it, but she told me there was no R in her name."

She seems to have very good recall on many other details so I have to assume she is right, but as manager of the memorial you can make the call.

Pat

Added by PatM on Jun 08, 2015 2:29 PM

lholder
Ben F. Craig
I recently photographed gravestones in Hepsoda Cemetery and while adding the pictures I noticed that you have a duplicate of Ben F. Craig (memorials #64074326 and #28976542). The #28976542 one is the one with photos on it. Could please delete the duplicate?

Added by lholder on May 27, 2015 11:59 AM

Stanley Lovett
RE: Opal Lovett Cavaness
I am trying to link My family to gather and my grandfathers dad took all the family except granddad to callaforna and from there they all went all over he had a sister Opal Lovett Shores Cavaness Born 8,9,1912 died 4,26,2006 opal and is this sound like her what I have she is Burried at Rose Hill Menorial Park Whittier Ca . and Luther Cavaness is buried in Missori . I don't know what is acret and what is not just cant find her to link her to her parents in Arkansas who is in Morre Lovett cemetery around malbare Arkansas thank You for ur input ther have been a lot of deaths in the family and my gen is the oldes now and I wont my kids and grandkids to be abel to look for them here I go rambiling agine thank U : Stanley W. Lovett

Added by Stanley Lovett on Feb 01, 2015 5:10 PM

Stanley Lovett
20334471
this is your Unckel was he maied to a Opal-Lovett-shores Cavaness if so contact me at papalovett155@gmail.com with info

Added by Stanley Lovett on Nov 29, 2014 9:38 PM

Carl Robert Coe
RE: Marieta June (Crum) Coe
From Marieta's marriage license, her mother was Nellie Ogden:

Name:
Marieta Crum
Birth Year:
abt 1910
Gender:
Female
Race:
White
Birth Place:
Levey Iowa
Residence Place:
Levey, Iowa
Marriage Age:
19
Marriage Date:
12 Jan 1929
Marriage Place:
Des Moines, Iowa, USA
Father:
Jake Crum
Mother:
Nellie Ogden
Spouse:
William N Coe

Added by Carl Robert Coe on Oct 13, 2014 4:39 PM

Carl Robert Coe
RE: Marieta June (Crum) Coe
My information comes from Marieta's son Rev. William Philip Coe. I cannot vouch for it's accuracy. Jacob and Nellie Crum were his grandparents so he should have some base of knowledge. CRC

Added by Carl Robert Coe on Oct 13, 2014 3:49 PM

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