|Rebecca Poertner (#46951410)|
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Mother of 3 grown sons; Jay, Sam and Joe; grandmother of 4 grandsons; Braden, 10, Cyrus, forever 13 months, Mason, 4, and Connor, 1 year; and person of 4 shelties, Phoebe, Happy, Tinker Belle and Bambi. I live in Miller County, Missouri.|
I am a genealogist (PLCGS). My hobbies are cross-stitching and cemetery hopping. Favorite TV programs are "Castle", "Hawaii Five-0", "Person of Interest", "Sleepy Hollow", and St. Louis Cardinals baseball. I love Henry Darrow, Ray Stevens, Roman Gabriel, and Tom Pagnozzi. Past Eldon Chapter DAR Registrar.
Would love to hear from anyone about changes, corrections, likes or dislikes, to any of my memorials. If I have added one of your ancestors, I will be happy to transfer ownership to you so you can maintain it better and add more information.
And, most of all, thank you all so very much for leaving memorial tokens for my family and friends, especially little Cyrus.
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|Becky (Bates) Norris||RE: Barsheba Ann Bogan|
Hey, hows it going?
Barsheba Ann Bogan was born in 1818 and died in 1849.
She married Elijah Scales Find A Grave# 21740903 on January 11,1838 In Warrick Co. Indiana.
Elijah married 3 more times after her death. He was born August 13,1817 in Scalesville, Warrick Co. Indiana. and died May 21 1885,
In my notes, I have 3 children listed but not sure this is correct because they were all born after her death year, so I don't no why I have them listed under her name. Will have to check it out. and get back to you on that.
Hope this helps, My mother will have more information than I, I will contact her and see if she will give you a call.
|Jan Workman||Clifford & Waunita Workman|
Memorial #37135278 & #3135657 are a Great Uncle & Great Aunt of my husbands. I would greatly appreciate it if you transfer these memorials to me. On both of them, you mentioned a death certificate. Do you have a copy of this? Thank you for your help. My contributor #49198625
|Dianna ||Salem Cemetery|
Henderson, Sarah (Bradford)
11 Sept. 1796 – 10 Oct. 1856
d/o Jacob Bradford & Sarah (Marsh) Bradford
w/o William Henderson
Added by Dianna on Aug 22, 2016 9:39 AM
|Dwaine Desselle||my mistake|
i must have looked at something wrong. i am the one with the duplicate, not you. i will transfer the photo. thanks for the heads up.
|William Irwin||Campbell Cemetery, Cole County, Missouri, USA|
May I use your photo of Campbell Cemetery, Cole County, Missouri, USA on GENI.com
Description: Used with written permission of Rebecca Poertner (#46951410) at FindAGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pis&PIcrid=27912&PIpi=16507726&PIMode=cemetery, Added by: Rebecca Poertner, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=46951410, 3/30/2009
I am searching my ancestors also. William Levi Scales is my 4x grandfather on my mothers side of the family. His stepdaughter Sarah Eaton is my 3x grandmother on my fathers side. She married Richard Bass and their daughter Louisa Jane Bass married Joel Taylor which is my gg grandfather. I just thought it would be neat to meet someone who is related also. Thank you for being a member of find a grave also. Carol Jo Taylor
Added by cjtaylor on Sep 13, 2015 11:04 AM
Many thanks for posting this photo.
Added by Carmian on Sep 12, 2015 5:48 AM
|Bob Nuchols||RE: Grant U Combs|
Will do. Thanks for letting me know.
|CC||RE: Warren Loring Botkin|
Hi, Your welcome,
When I am bored, I get on find a grave and try to link families and read headstones for birth and death dates. It is what I can do.
Added by CC on Aug 22, 2015 12:02 AM
|Thomas L. Harman||Wenzel|
Thank you very much for taking the time to fill my request for the Wenzel's stone.
I do appreciate the kindness.
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