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Justin K Houser
Anthony W. Myers
THANK YOU SO MUCH for piecing together and photographing Anthony Myers's tombstone for me. I can see that it looks like 55y 2m 29d which enables me to calculate a birthdate for my 5th great grandfather. I really appreciate the help!

Added by Justin K Houser on Apr 12, 2017 4:41 AM

Cynthia Meiners
Pioneer Uptegrove Cemetery
Good morning,

I see that you have photographed cemeteries in & around Pike & Lincoln Co's in MO. I am looking for a cemetery that is between Corso & Louisville called the Pioneer Uptegrove cemetery. Many of the relatives of those buried in Old & New Liberty are there. I have bee twice to look for it around that area but have had not luck. The best instructions I can find are on the attached link: http://www.mogenweb.org/lincoln/mocems/uptegrove.htm

Would you happen to have any idea where it might be? The uploads on Find A Grave from Mae Damron come directly from me, so she has not been there. Any assistance appreciated! Cynthia

Added by Cynthia Meiners on Jul 30, 2016 10:36 AM

Donna
Mastin & Margaret Parsons Moore
Mastin born 12 Nov 1808 Pittsylvania County, VA
Margaret m born 17 Feb 1814 Pittsylvania County, VA daughter of David Parsons and Elizabeth Bailey Parsons
Married 8 March 1832 Pike County, MO
Children of Mastin and Margaret were Elizabeth, Mary Ann, James Bailey, Emily F, William L., and George W..
2nd wife of Mastin Catherine M. they had one son John W.
Mastin was the son of James Moore and Elizabeth Shellhorse.

Added by Donna on Mar 14, 2016 5:48 PM

Donna
Carter D. Lovelace
Siblings of Carter D. Lovelace

Susan Lovelace Butler
James Lovelace
Barnett H. Lovelace
Phoebe Lovelace Cobb
Brewis Webster Lovelace
Mary Lovelace Cobb
Carter D. Lovelace
Lucinda Lovelace Jones
Jesse Lovelace
Zachariah R. Lovelace
Elizabeth Norman Lovell

Added by Donna on Mar 14, 2016 4:52 PM

Donna
Carter D. Lovelace

Carter Lovelace Will Book 4, pg. 59 Lincoln County, Missouri Probate
wife - Pelletier Jane Lovelace
brothers and sisters - Mary Cobb, Susan Butler, Barnet H. Lovelace,Brewis W. Lovelace, Lucinda Jones, Jessie Lovelace, Zachariah R.Lovelace, Elizabeth Lovell, the heirs of James Lovelace, decd., and the heirs of Phebe Cobb, decd.
Dated 15th day of February 1859, probated September 15, 1884
Witnesses: Lewis Duncan, James A. Motley, W. W. Shaw

BOWLING GREEN TIMES 24 JAN 1884
Weant, Kenneth E., comp. PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI 6064 DEATHS RECORDS FROMAND CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX TO SELECTED ARTICLES FROM BOWLING GREEN OBSERVERAND BOWLING GREE TIMES ( August 1878 to 27 December 1894. Volume 1.Missouri: Kenneth E. Weant, 2001

Carter D. Lovelace of this vicinity died a few days since of general debility. Mr. Lovelace was born in Caswell County, North Carolina moved to Missouri in the fall of 1833; was 77 years old. He was a quiet,peaceable and respected citizen.

Added by Donna on Mar 14, 2016 4:44 PM

Donna
Delilah Picard Cobb
Missouri Death Certificate # 23872
Delilah Picard Lovelace
Female White
DOB June 3, 1828
84 years 1 month 22 day
Housewife
Birthplace: North Carolina
Name of Father: Henry Cobb
Birthplace of father: N. Carolina
Maiden Name of mother:
Mary Lovelace
N. Carolina

Informant: P. D. Lovelace
New Hartford, Missouri
Death at 7:35 pm July 25, 1912
Paralysis, Senility
Burial:
Indian Creek Church July
Delilah Pickard Cobb b: 03 Jun 1828 in Caswell County, North
Carolina, d: 25 Jul 1912 in Pike County, Missouri married 1st to Andrew
S. Love (b: 1826, d: before 1853 in Pike County, Missouri) on 17 Dec
1846 in Pike County, MIssouri; married 2nd to Samuel William
Lovelace, (b: 06 Mar 1830 in Harford Township, Pike County, Missouri,
d: 08 Nov 1909 in Pike County, Missouri) on 08 May 1853 in Pike
County, Missouri.

Added by Donna on Jan 28, 2016 1:40 PM

Tracey Crow
RE: Crows
Hi, yes I'll manage the Crows. Thank you very much. Sorry to say I have not researched the Pritchetts yet. I only know a couple of things. Nancy married a Ripperdan and 3 of their sons located near where I live in California. I've been in touch with one of their descendants who lives in Southern California. Abraham K. Ripperdan Jr. has the largest monument in Acacia Cemetery. Memorial # 17836868.
Is is true that Prickett's Fort in West Virginia was built by some of our Pritchett family? thanks

Added by Tracey Crow on Nov 19, 2015 6:30 PM

Tracey Crow
Crow's in Old Ashley
Hi, Susan Pritchett Crow is my 3rd great-grandmother. In 1849 Susan's husband Walter went to California during the gold rush. He came back to Pike County, gathered up sons, in-laws and other men and drove cattle back to California. He died shortly after he reached California. My line is through Walter and Susan's son John B. Crow & Perthania Eastin; their son John B. Crow & Clara Braly (Clara's aunt was married to Alexander Majors of Pony Express fame}. Perthania died about a year after moving to California. John and his brothers founded Crows Landing in California. I wrote a book about our family titled Crow Family History which is available on Amazon. You can see some pages of it on that site. I was just at Old Ashley Cemetery and I saw that stones are being repaired and the cemetery is being taken care of, which I appreciate. It looks so much better than when I first saw it a few years ago. thanks

Added by Tracey Crow on Nov 19, 2015 7:57 AM

AKC
RE: Morris/Watson
I will enter Eliza Ferry Morris. I'm not sure about the Ada thing. I'll keep looking. Right now I'm going by late 1880s census. I haven't seen an Ada. there is an Ida F, but she's the daughter of John N., not a sister of his. Still working on that generation. Who knows. it's hard to tell that long ago.

Added by AKC on Oct 07, 2015 1:34 PM

AKC
RE: Elizabeth Morris
I appreciate it ! If you'd like to enter it, I would not be offended at all. If you don't, I think I would try what you suggested. It doesn't matter to me at all. I live in Texas, and have only been to Elsberry 3 x in my entire life. I have family in Elberry cem, Watts cem (which is abandoned) and the Kemper cem. (also abandoned). I don't anticipate going back up there any time in the near future. Create one if you like, and link it up to her spouse. just let me know. I'll have to get back into ancestry to even see where I was on that.

Added by AKC on Oct 06, 2015 10:14 AM

AKC
RE: Elizabeth Morris
Looking at my notes: I was looking for a woman named Elizabeth Ferry Morris 1842-1918. She was the wife of James Morris 1829-1890 (Find A Grave # 83109802). Their children are Charles R 1871-1923, Harry L. 1876-1941, Sarah Ann Morris 1878-1937. I was probably trying to link her up with her husband. He was married before to Clarinda # 42767467. I've slept since then, but seems like I found Clarinda but not Elizabeth Ferry. I was working on Ferrys, a family I am related to thru Elliots and Kempers, and they all lived in Elsberry, MO.

Added by AKC on Oct 05, 2015 9:13 AM

AKC
Elizabeth Morris
Could the Elizabeth Morris you have be Elizabeth Ferry Morris, 2nd wife of James Morris ? Most of her family is buried in Lincoln Co. Probably some in that cemetery. Eliza Ferry is the daughter of Charles Ferry 1808 and Arzilla Watts Ferry 1816-1909. She was married to James Morris. His 1st wife was Clarinda Wommack

Added by AKC on Oct 02, 2015 2:19 PM

Anita Ten Eyck
M.D. Lafayette Triplett
Thank you for adding my gg grandfather to the find a grave. I already have this photo from my visit to Oakwood.
While there I noticed a stone near it that said ? Monroe. Is there any chance when you go back to the cemetery if you can see if I really did see a large stone or it was my imagination. At the time I did not know the name Monroe fell into the family tree and being in Ohio it is a little hard to jump in the car for confirmation.
Anyways back to Lafe as my grandmother called her grandpa. Martha Wilhite is his granddaughter and when the stone was put in she was still living. She is no longer and the family had plans to meet there at a later date but I don't know if that transpired. I have been vigoriously researching Lafe and found 2 wives & 17 children. I will be happy to answer any questions I can on his family. I do hope some will contact me @ nita10ike@hotmail.com.

Added by Anita Ten Eyck on Sep 17, 2015 4:33 PM

Pam Witherow
Linville/Woodward Photos
You are such a good person, I appreciate all you are doing!! I am so grateful that you found the stones for the Woodward's that I missed and were so gracious to add the photos to my Edward Daniel Memorial, having told me I could move it to Linville, and then deleting your EDW Memorial. I recognize the names of your family members, I was hoping Woodward would be among them. You have a good method with your photo taking in cemeteries--great job--seems to work out well!!! Getting to visit the courthouse lead you to Mr. Karhoff I expect, he is a wealth of knowledge and can find information that can help folks looking for relatives in the county cemeteries. I have been working on making newer files for him, but just not to the point of finishing--need to because I have added the newer burials which would help folks find the ones not one the books he has. I thought my work would go a little faster, but I have found it took Mr. Wilkerson several years to compile what you probably saw. I want to thank you AGAIN for letting me move EDW to Linville and for adding the photos, then deleting your EDW Memorial--your kindness IS appreciated!!!! PW

Added by Pam Witherow on Aug 03, 2015 8:18 AM

Linda Mecham
Mary Ann Everman Coe
I'm somewhat intrigued with the photo of the tombstone added. It appears the death date in March 8 or 18,1867. age is 37 yr, 10 mo. That will put her birth in May 1830. Is the other Mary Coe buried at Novelty also or a different cemetery?
Thank you, Linda

Added by Linda Mecham on Aug 02, 2015 6:41 PM

Schatzie Moore
RE: Huntsman
Good Morning! Vacation was wonderful! BUT always nice to go home too (smile)
I am getting ready to work with someone from Jacksonville Mo (Watkins). They come down from George M Huntsman and Euphemia Campbell, their dau Mary E H. marr to John Franklin McKinney - so interesting for sure, he is grandson of Ebenezer McKinney, brother to my Mary Polly McKinney Moore, It just gets better and better.

Added by Schatzie Moore on Jul 08, 2015 6:58 AM

Nancy Coffey
Nancy Dudley Stephens
I wanted to add a special thank you, to that of MygrandmaAnne, for transferring the photo, & deleting the duplicate memorial. I feel like we have finally got her together all in one place. It's people like you that make findagrave such a wonderful site.
With Best Regards, Nancy

Added by Nancy Coffey on Jun 12, 2015 6:18 AM

Nancy Coffey
Nancy Dudley Stephens
Thank you so much. I have sent an edit to mygrandmaAnne asking her to change the name of the cem. We are Stephens "cousins". Would you also transfer your photo to the other memorial? It is a much better picture.
Blessings, Nancy

Added by Nancy Coffey on Jun 10, 2015 5:24 PM

Donna
Isaiah Gorrell & Rebecca Davis
BOWLING GREEN TIMES Wednesday, July 25, 1928
Bowling Green, Pike County, Missouri

ISAIAH GORRELL PASSED AWAY FRIDAY MORNING

Funeral of Civil War Verteran Was Held At Indian Creek Church

Isaiah Gorrell, a Civil War verteran and pioneer resident of the NewHartford vicinity, passed away at his home Friday morning, following an illness of several months duration.

Isaiah Gorrell was born in Clark County, West Virginia, March 17, 1839, being at the time of his death 89 years, 4 months, and 3 days old. He was a son of Benjamin and Rebecca Davis Gorrell. In early childhood he moved with his parents to Marietta, Ohio, where he resided until early manhood. Then he came to Missouri

When the Civil War broke out he readily volunteered and gave four years of service to the cause of the southern Conferderacy.

He was united in marriage to Miss Tempy Alice Pritchett on January 23,1871. To this union six children were born, Mrs. Alfred Whilhoit of Elreno, Oklahoma: Frank Gorrell of Ashley: Roger Gorrell of Fulton: Mrs. Charley Young of Bowling Green: Fred Gorrell of Oklahoma City: and Miss Pearl Gorrell who resided with her parents.

Mr. Gorrell was a good citizen always taking active part in the best interests for the community in which he lived. He was a good neighbor and friend and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Funeral services were held at Indian Creek church Saturday morning at eleven o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. S. Eames, who preached a consoling and inspiring sermon. The body was laid to rest in the cemetery near the church.

To those who mourn his death we extend our sincere sympathy in their loss.

A large concourse of friends attended the funeral and among those present were: S. B. Weatherford of this city, and Edward Lawrence of Louisville,ex-Confederate soldiers, who served in the same company with Mr. Gorrell

Added by Donna on Mar 21, 2015 8:58 AM

Donna
Dawson Indian Creek
Hello Again, ;-)

Hildrey J. Dawson was married to Mary J Lovelace, daughter of Brewis Webster Lovelace and wife, Martha Walker Jones. Hildrey and Mary were married 10 August 1852 in Pike County, MO.

Added by Donna on Mar 21, 2015 8:37 AM

Schatzie Moore
RE: Kentucky- McKinney
My 4th greatgrandparents are George Moore and Mary Polly McKinney Moore. I am a direct Descendent of Mordecia McKinney (dna) Polly McKinney Moore was the daughter of Daniel Hiram McKinney and Mercy Amassa "Massie" Blatchley McKinney. Sister to Collin McKinney in Grayson Texas (oldest signer of Texas Declaration)
George Moore son of Edward Moore and Amy Ashley Moore, grandson of William Moore... I can go on?? !

Added by Schatzie Moore on Jul 07, 2014 8:14 AM

hrf
Johann Heinrich Schnakenberg
Noticed your photo request: I don't live in Missouri but have a Monsees Cemetery list that shows JHS's gravestone between those of Theodore & Mathilde Luetjen and Herman & Anna Luetjen.

Added by hrf on Apr 15, 2014 12:30 PM

Karl Hamlin
RE: Patterson
Many thanks for your willingness to transfer. All these Pattersons in Dover, and a few in Greenwood, are descendants of Stephen-1 Hamlin. Yes, please also transfer Zachariah and Marcelena's memorials; thanks for offering. I like your idea about creating the private Patterson Cemetery and will follow through. Here's what I know about its location "Buried on his (William L Patterson) farm, nine miles from Louisiana, MO, on the road to Eolia, MO". Others have just said Prairieville Twp, Pike, MO. Does that narrow it down any for you?
Great to connect with you.
Thanks and best regards,
Karl Hamlin
karl.hamlin@yahoo.com

Added by Karl Hamlin on Aug 28, 2013 9:46 AM

Donna Abney
RE: Maple Grove Cem.
Elias Porter is in section F he is in roll 5 the cemetery reads from the highway so he is 3rd from the end the largest stone in this area. Can you tell me if his wife went by Belle the woman buried next to him is Belle Williams b 1847 D 1911. there is a office on corner by red light parking in back, entrance on back. Donna

Added by Donna Abney on Jun 12, 2013 5:10 PM

Rubyann Darnell
Memorial 104217412 Salmons
Here is more information on the stone you have pictured in the Auburn Cemetery, in case you would like to have it. It is published in "Gone But Not Forgotten" by William L. Douglas, Jr. c1982, Volume III, Auburn Cemetery that says: "Salmons, Willena -Daughter of J.V. & K.A. Salmons Aug 17, 1880 Oct. 27, 1880." That's the only Salmons name recorded in that cemetery.

Added by Rubyann Darnell on Feb 21, 2013 3:06 PM

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