|Lynda kennedy||RE: Richard Allen Sterling . . .|
Thanks you for letting me know. I dont do the photos to try to get credit for them. I just volunteer because i love doing this. I feel the sign shows people where to look to find the section in a cemetery. But its ok and i will be at the dentist most of the day getting 2 root canals and when i get home i will delete the picture.
|Lynda kennedy||Richard Sterling|
Do you have the section number and lot number if so I will be happy to go photograph the memorial for you. The number to the cemetery is 281-332-3111 if you would like to call and ask for Family Services they will look it up for you. They will give it to me but it takes longer than if a family member calls for the info.
|Genealogy Helper||Sgt Elmer L Anderson|
I've added the info you requested but am happy to transfer the memorial to you if you'd like. I am not closely related.
|Amanda King||RE: Absolum Newton McClanahan|
I transferred him. I was thinking I had found his wife, Nancy Easley McClanahan's grave site when I was there but maybe I didn't. I went through my pictures and didn't see her tombstone.
|Amanda King||Absolum Newton McClanahan|
Hey. I recently visited the Huddleston Cemetery right outside Centerville and took pictures of all the headstones. One of those headstones was Absolum Newton McClanahan. I didn't see you entry until today. I didn't intend to duplicate entries. The ID number for mine is 177060852. If you would like I can transfer management over to you.
|Marion County Genealogical Society||RE: Wayne & Anola Hollett|
We don't have a final resting place for Melvin at this time. We are in the process of trying to find photos of gravesites for memorials that are in Marion County cemeteries. We are in the process of trying to get photos for Forest Lawn and we may find something there.
|E. Moore||RE: Annie McClanahan|
You were the only reason I could find out what happen to this lady. (My brother-in-law grandmother)
You are more than welcome. It's the challenge that keeps the hunt going to solve the mystery of what happens to a person.
Of interest, they were believing she passed away in Tennessee, but as we know now that was not true.
You have done a great job on this family.
Added by E. Moore on Feb 23, 2017 8:15 AM
|Ann Barrett||Lucille Ehorn|
You are welcome. I was happy to take the picture for you.
|Ann Barrett||RE: Lucille Ehorn . . .|
I was able to get to the cemetery and add the photo of Lucille's grave marker. We are having unusually warm weather for February. I was able to add the location of the gravesite to the caption of the photos. She and Eugene are buried in Section Evergreen, Plot 66. I still had my notes on file as to the location.
|E. Moore||Annie McClanahan|
After checking again the cemetery name must be Oak Grove. Elmer Byrd was buried in Oak Grove located in Charleston, Mississippi, Missouri. My guess Annie was buried there as it very close to where they lived Sikeston, Missouri. Scott County does not show an Oak Grove Cemetery.
Hope this will allow her RIP.
Added by E. Moore on Feb 18, 2017 7:05 AM
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