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|Charles||Alice & Phillip Holstine|
Would you transfer them to me?
Added by Charles on Apr 18, 2017 9:49 AM
|Charles||Alice Holstine Martin|
Donna, are you related to Alice?
Added by Charles on Apr 15, 2017 6:47 PM
|Greg||RE: Loy Kelly|
Glad to transfer.
Added by Greg on Oct 10, 2015 12:34 PM
|KsCityKim||RE: Harry Kelly|
You're very welcome - thanks for adding it! :)
|Member #47019839||Robert Franklin Dowell photo|
I thought I added the photo...I was wrong. It has now been added.
|Member #47019839||Robert Franklin Dowell|
Thank you Donna
|Reta Clements Siders||your cousin Reta|
Hi Donna I just joined the find a grave and saw your pic. My, it's been a long time since I've seen you! Could you please call me I would sure like to talk to you? My # 816-517-4374
Thanks, Reta Clements,Siders
Hello Donna -
I have seen your newspaper clipping pictures for this Conner family and wonder if you are related? I descend from Thomas' sister Jane (Conner) Evans.
|Jeffrey Phillips||RE: Margaret Martin|
My pleasure. I took the picture in 1995 before moving to Colorado. I was in Ozark County/Douglas County area doing research at some cemeteries. I stopped at a convenience store and there as an older gentleman, who happened to be a Martin Relative. He gave me directions to the cemetery where Margaret was buried. I followed his directions exactly, nearly getting lost myself and completely unsure if I was even in the right area. I parked on a dirt road in the middle of nowhere and walked across a short field to a creek. I waded through the creek over my waste. I found the old farming road leading up to the field at the top of a hill, the vegetation was over 6ft tall so it had not been used for quite some time. I reached the field and was surprised to see it had not been used for more than a decade. I looked for about 1.5 hrs before I was giving up in defeat. As I walked around the edge of the field just barely into the woods where the briars and vegetation were less and only 3-4ft high, I stumbled into a tombstone. I was amazed to see it was the one that I was after, although since i had found the cemetery I did see others. I cleared the debris away and had to dig out the bottom of the stone so you could see the age. I am sorry that the days is not legible, It looks like either 24 or 25 to me. I am glad the rest is so clear. I had always hoped to go back one day and clean up the area, uncovering the other tombstones, but at this point I would have no idea how to find it. Good luck on your research.
I haven't talked to you in so long! I hope life is treating you well. Sorry I lost contact, but I moved and life changed, the kids get older and busier and I had less time for research. Anyway just wanted to say hi and let you know I'm still working on the family history when I can.
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