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thorpe (#47281447)
 member for 7 years, 22 days
Paws ♥
RE: Thanks for your help
You're welcome. I'm just sorry there was nothing more than grass to show for it!

Added by Paws ♥ on Sep 17, 2015 5:44 AM

Julie Armstrong Narr
RE: Thank you so much
You are very welcome!

Added by Julie Armstrong Narr on Jun 18, 2015 5:30 AM

Julie Armstrong Narr
Seely in Wheeling Cemetery
Hi, I took pictures of the gravestones of Lester and Carrie Seely in Wheeling Cemetery yesterday for you. These 2 gravestone are next to each other. I see that you have Elizabeth Seely linked to Lester as his wife. Is it possible that Elizabeth might be their daughter instead? I did not see a stone for Elizabeth nearby these 2, sorry.

Added by Julie Armstrong Narr on Jun 14, 2015 1:38 PM

patchwork girl
RE: Thank you!
Please note Marie Olsen was next to your request, I have added for her too.

Added by patchwork girl on May 26, 2015 9:29 PM

Alvin Poole
RE: thank you!
you are welcome, sorry it was not the best picture, but the stone was pretty msangeled. Alvin

Added by Alvin Poole on Apr 11, 2015 10:41 PM

Paul Rolfe
RE: thanks for your help!
I was disappointed in the dark shading on the markers but that rose-colored stone seems to retain that more than other colors. I don't know why. Otherwise, I'm glad I could help. It had been cold here and we finally got a little break from the weather man so I took what I could.

Added by Paul Rolfe on Jan 20, 2015 4:00 PM

Ken Snyder
RE: Many thanks, Ken
You're very welcome.

Added by Ken Snyder on Nov 06, 2014 11:14 AM

SRGF
RE: Thank You!
You are very welcome!

Added by SRGF on Oct 07, 2014 5:31 PM

SRGF
RE: Thank you!
You are welcome!

Added by SRGF on Aug 10, 2014 6:30 PM

Ken Snyder
RE: thank you!
You're very welcome.

Added by Ken Snyder on Aug 05, 2014 6:08 AM

clio
John Pilgrim
Thanks for passing along John Pilgrim. He would have been my 3rd great grandfather.

Cllo

Added by clio on Jan 21, 2014 9:25 AM

Ken Snyder
RE: photo for Wilhalm Weithoerner
You're welcome.

Added by Ken Snyder on Sep 17, 2013 10:28 AM

Lee Ashmore
Dikes in Merwin Cemetery
Hello,
I noticed you requested photos from Merwin Cemetery.
I'm researching some Hopkins who are buried there. I ran across a detailed history of the Dikes in a 1976 newspaper article that can be read on-line at www.fultonhistory.com

Enter into their search: the old Merwin cemetery
click: search the exact phrase function
Let me know if you have trouble getting to the article.
Do you have any Hopkins or Trescotts in your tree?
Lee

Added by Lee Ashmore on Jan 25, 2013 3:09 PM

Bob Turpin
RE: Martha Harvey Jones
Elizabeth,

How kind of you to get in touch. I've never known much about the Jones family (until recently) beyond my great great grandmother, Martha Jane Harvey Jones. I did meet, thought ancestry.com, another Jones distant relative who has given me some information about his father and grandfather. However I would love to have copies of the documents you have about Jones family members if you don't mind sending them. My email is robertdturpin@gmail.com .

I do have the original copy of Richard's "Certificate of Service" from serving in the Nebraska Volunteers during the Civil War (apparently protecting wagons going west through Nebraska). This was dated in 1897, so was probably obtained during his declining years. He died in 1903, after a lengthy hospitalization. I also have a copy of "Veterans Disability" dated 1890 that I got online. I will be happy to send you a copy of the "Certificate of Service", which my grandmother (Richard's granddaughter) gave me. I also have some handwritten notes from Richard's son Edward Jones, and a typed transcription of the faded document, if interested. Uncle Ed, unfortunately, wasn't too good with dates, and his records contain much conflicting information, but it's all we have.

My great great grandmother Martha Jane Harvey Jones (family called her "Marthie", thus the name on her grave marker) was living when my mother (who is 85) was very young, dying when she was five. She has a vague memory of her and I have a couple of not-very-good snapshots of her, but none of Richard.

As to the sons of Richard and Martha, John and William, both must have died young. Neithers' death date is recorded in the notes Uncle Ed Jones made, so obviously before his knowledge of them. And my great grandmother never spoke of either of them, however my grandmother Alice always put flowers on the "Potter's Field" part of Armstrong Cemetery where she had been told Richard, William and John were buried (she only knew the general area, not exact). Grandma Alice was raised for several years by "Grandma Jones", as she called Martha Jane - while her father was a traveling musician and her mother was working in St. Joseph, so she spoke often and fondly of her.

I was just taking a picture of a ceramic bean pot of Grandma Jones' yesterday, and could send you a copy of that. My mom has the wedding ring that Richard gave Martha. And that's just about all that we have of theirs.

Richard and Martha's son Ed Jones lived in Rushville, MO - dying of Lou Gherig's disease in 1950, as I recall, and my grandparents later acquired his home and that's where I visited my grandparents during my childhood and young adulthood. Grandma Alice died in 1999. I know one of my Harvey cousins from Grandma Jones' family; he was one of my childhood ministers and I stilil see him. His grandfather and my great grandmother were close.

It was my Grandma Alice who got me actively interested in genealogy more than 50 years ago, and she would have been delighted to have been in touch with some Jones cousins - but some of that just wasn't possible before the Internet.

Bob Turpin
Kansas City, MO

Added by Bob Turpin on Dec 16, 2012 8:00 PM

M. Jensen Seggerman
Melvina Stephenson
Hi!
I have transferred Melvina to you! I am always so glad to transfer family members! I think that it is so important to keep families connected!.

Please let me know what else I can do to help you!

Blessings,
Mary

Added by M. Jensen Seggerman on Jul 23, 2012 8:29 AM

Laurie Edmunds Reeve
Richard Burraston
I found 3 more Burraston's buried next to Richard and created memorials so I could upload their info. If they are relatives and you would like these transferred to you I would be happy to do so.

Added by Laurie Edmunds Reeve on Jun 15, 2012 9:31 AM

Gravehopper1012
RE: thank you!!!!
You're welcome. It was my pleasure.

Added by Gravehopper1012 on May 20, 2012 2:44 PM

Sandy Hicks Mullins
Ewell Cemetery
I am using your picture of the Ewell family for the cemetery picture since basically that is all the tombstones there. Great picture!

Added by Sandy Hicks Mullins on Aug 26, 2011 7:36 PM

DVaughan
Photo
Thank you so much for the excellent picture of Robert Patrick's headstone. He is my 2great grandfather. I appreciate it very much.
Dale (Patrick) Vaughan

Added by DVaughan on Jul 09, 2010 1:19 PM

Shane Symes
DeFriez
Thank you for taking the photo of Dorothy Defriez for me, I really appreciate it. ~ Shane

Added by Shane Symes on May 12, 2010 7:47 PM

 
 

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