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Terri Sager (#47546775)
 member for 5 years, 10 months, 26 days
Sherry SH
RE: Emily M Cruz
Oh, OK ,I was just in there taking photos, There are thousands of burials in the Valley of The Temples but only a little over 2,000 are on find a grave.
This cemetery office is very helpful, maybe they can give you some more details, I just photographed the marker and added the memorial to find a grave.

Added by Sherry SH on Oct 23, 2015 6:37 PM

Sherry SH
RE: Emily M Cruz
Can you be more specific? I add many memorials from different cemeteries, what is the memorial #?
Thank you

Added by Sherry SH on Oct 23, 2015 11:18 AM

Cameron Herrell
RE: Earl Raymond Mark
From Bates County Democrat, February 12, 1953, page 3:
Earl Raymond Mark Dies

Earl Raymond Mark, 70, passed away at his home, 411 N. Water street, Saturday morning at 4:30o'clock. Mr. Mark was the son of Ezra and Malassia Childs Mark, born May 7, 1882 in Jefferson County, Kas. moving to Butler in 1936 from Kansas City.
He leaves his wife, Cora May Mark, of the home, two nephews, and seven nieces. Funeral services were conducted from the Christian Church Monday afternoon at 2:30, with Rev. O.B. Davis officiating. Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery.

From Bates County Democrat, August 14, 1969, page 4:
Mrs. Cora Mark

Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the First Christian Church, in Butler August 10, at 3:30 o'clock for Mrs. Cora Mae Mark, 44 North Water, Butler, who passed away Friday, August 8, at the Bates County Memorial hospital following a lingering illness.
Mrs. Mark was born August 23, 1887, in Bates County, Mo., the daughter of Alice Elizabeth Chambers and Thomas B. Scott, and had been a resident of the county a great part of her lifetime.
She was united in marriage in 1906 to Earl Raymond Mark, who preceded her in death in February 1953.
She was a member of the First Christian Church of Butler and was active in her church duties until failing health.
She is survived by nieces and nephews, Dorothy Bruner, Ruth Boyd, Butler; Robert and Rollin Scott of Kansas City and Berkley, Calif.; and sister-in-law, Mrs. Frances Scott of Butler.
Burial was made in Oak Hill cemetery under direction of Underwood-Steinebck Funeral Service of Butler.

I hope this helps.

Added by Cameron Herrell on Sep 21, 2015 2:25 PM

RE: Lake
I am related to Paul's wife Ethel, they were avid genealogist but I do not know where Paul's side is at I would check around to some libraries' They were good about placing there work in libraries someone sent me some photos that belonged to them they had acquired at a sale somewhere but there is only one or two I do not know who they are. I just researched what I have on Paul Lakes family on ancestry. Jarrott

Added by JARROTT P. COX on Sep 20, 2015 4:38 PM

Cameron Herrell
RE: Earl Raymond Mark
No, I don't. But I added his Missouri death certificate to the memorial for you. On, Missouri marriage records said he married Cora M. Scott on April 11, 1906 Butler, Bates, MO. A family tree says her middle name was May even though her memorial & entry for cemetery burial in Oak Hill says Mary. She was born 8/23/1887 in Missouri. Memorial shows burial date of 8/10/69. I will go to library sometime tomorrow to see if I can find her obit to get exact death date, etc.

Added by Cameron Herrell on Sep 20, 2015 7:17 AM

David G. Stuart
RE: Earlene Kay Mark
I just posted the cemetery entrance photo.

Added by David G. Stuart on Sep 05, 2015 7:38 PM

Janie Healer Davis
RE: Earl R. Mark
You're welcome. Wish I could have helped more!

Added by Janie Healer Davis on Sep 04, 2015 7:52 PM

Janie Healer Davis
RE: Earl R. Mark
Boy! He is an elusive guy, isn't he?? I looked last night in all my source places and didn't find anything!

I did locate a very short obituary today at the library. I've posted the actual obituary as well as a transcription on his memorial (#15516534). It lists his mother and a sister as survivors (and their residence) as well as a birthplace for him, but the remaining information probably might not help that much.

I also went to the cemetery and photographed the area where his grave should be. As you can tell from the photo, there is no marker for him. The area where he is buried has several mortuary markers that have not weathered the years very well. Unfortunately, it appears that his hasn't survived the elements.

I wish I had more to offer you, but this is all I found. Hope it helps somehow.


Added by Janie Healer Davis on Aug 31, 2015 9:50 PM

Cowing, Greenwood Cemetery, Clay Center KS
I saw your query to Mark Utley about
J. S. Cowling. I believe it is the infant of J(ohn) S. Cowing, as it appears in the online index of Greenwood Cemetery. Others buried in the same plot are John S. (buried Oct. 13, 1921), Martha (buried Oct. 25, 1942) and Eva May, an infant, (buried Aug. 4, 1891).

John Scott Cowing actually died Oct. 12, 1921 but the person who entered the memorials on Findagrave used the date on the online index for Greenwood, which is actually the burial date, not the death date. Let me know if you need his obit.

Not related to any of the above.

Added by Sheryl on Jan 14, 2015 12:14 PM

Darrell Brooks
RE: Irving cemeteries.
Good Morning Terri,
As far as I know there was only one Irving Cemetery. I can remember when I was young we would go to the Irving Cemetery as my Great Grandparents were buried there. They were moved to the Greenwood Cemetery. There is the Antioch Cemetery that would be East of Irving. There were probably family cemeteries located close that are no longer used.

Added by Darrell Brooks on Jan 08, 2015 10:46 AM

Darrell Brooks
RE: Marvin A. Goodman
Hi Terri,

I just got off the phone with the Blue Rapids Library and she found an obituary for Marvin Goodman. She is mailing it to me. Hopefully there will be some information that you do not have. I can scan it and send it to you via email or mail it to you.

Added by Darrell Brooks on Jan 07, 2015 4:14 PM

Darrell Brooks
RE: Marvin A. Goodman
Hi Terri,
I wanted to let you know I have received your message. I will contact the Librarian at the Blue Rapids Library and see if there is any information there. They have a name index of names that appeared in the Blue Rapids Times newspaper. I suspect that the Irving newspaper at that time might have something. This would have to be ordered from the State.
My wife has been pretty ill so it might take me just a little while. I will defiantly get back to you.. Hopefully I will have more time now that the Holiday Season is over and my wife is home from the hospital...

Added by Darrell Brooks on Jan 06, 2015 8:14 PM

Mike Kokoruda
RE: Marvin A. Goodman
Darrell Brooks is the only one I know of thats does go to the library. But I don't know how offen he is in town. The Frankfort paper doesn't carry all the obits all I can do is keep an eye out for the name.

Added by Mike Kokoruda on Jan 05, 2015 4:40 AM

Mike Kokoruda
RE: Marvin A. Goodman
Sorry Terri but I don't at the moment I am adding obits to local cemeteries and I'm working on 1949 now. If you might have a more complete date of death. The month would be very helpful cuts the search down by 11 months it takes 5 or 6 hours to get through a year of microfilm.

Added by Mike Kokoruda on Jan 04, 2015 3:30 PM

RE: Loch (or Lock) View Cemetery
The two Lockviews come from a 1980's transcription of Oahu graveyards.

As I understand it, Lockview B is from the transcription of surviving headstones. Lockview A is the result of a search of the State Archives. I don't know how those records are organized, so perhaps some individuals were missed. (Perhaps it only listed those who had headstones.)

But the next step in your quest would be the state archives.

Added by Russell808 on Sep 21, 2014 11:11 PM

100093796 Jessie Kemper, Greenwood Cem. Kansas
Hi Terri,
I almost missed your notes on the photo request!
I have uploaded pics of Earl and Marie Hammer. Was Marie's maiden name Kemper?
Also, I've looked closer at the close-up of Jessie's stone and I think maybe the year is 1903 instead of 1905. My notes when I was at the cem taking pics also indicate 1903.

Please let me know what you think.


Added by Mae on Feb 13, 2014 11:01 AM

Virginia Bruns
Please go to Greenwood cem. clay co. and check for Virginia and you will find there is already a photo there.

Added by GardenNana on Jan 09, 2014 11:54 AM

RE: Frances E. Ritter
E - Mail sent regarding Street,Ritter & Huff

Added by Davwingman on Dec 29, 2013 12:11 PM

RE: Frances E. Ritter
See Memorial # 103217780 for Richard A. Ritter

#75294450 for Luella Pittinger

I have locations for Lettie Huff,Sanford Ritter & Mary Street. I will get those pictures soon.

Regards! Dave

Added by Davwingman on Dec 21, 2013 5:06 PM

RE: Pauoa Cemetery

All the records are with Kaumakapili Church. They take care of the property and the old chapel that was there and at Maemae were an extension of their church. You can try contacting them at 808-845-0908 and try to speak to Buddy. Good Luck with finding her!

Added by Sunny on Oct 05, 2013 7:02 PM

Debbie McGinley
RE: Cora A. Sager
Terri, I have done some work on my family tree on Ancestry with the information you supplied. Do you have access to that site? John Henry Sager (1868-1929) married Cora Ann Havens (1871-1946) and I found five children: Harriett A (1891-?), Jacob Wesely (1900-1980), William Abner (1904-1988), Eli Henry (1908-1908) and Christie Cora (1910-2003). I worked the Sager and Havens, etc. sides. William is how my husband's family gets connected - a long one; Wm married a Moss, then connected via Moss, Queen, Cunningham, Dolson, and finally Golden. Golden being one of my husband's lines.

Added by Debbie McGinley on Apr 29, 2013 4:38 PM

Sharon Christensen
RE: Staman gravestones
You are very welcome.

Added by Sharon Christensen on Apr 17, 2013 7:33 PM

RE: Harry Moore
You are very welcome........

Added by Michael on Apr 14, 2013 9:57 PM

Harry Moore
Hello Terri,

Per your request I have posted Harry Moore's grave marker for you.

You were asking if a Urza Marie (May) Moore was near him. I did not see anybody by that name nearby.


Added by Michael on Apr 14, 2013 9:38 PM

Alva Van Houten
RE: West Side Cemetery
You are welcome.

Added by Alva Van Houten on Apr 09, 2013 11:03 AM


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