|A. Black (#47579320)|
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|Have lived in Mount Ida, Arkansas almost my whole life. I have been "into" genealogy for about 30 years now. Currently researching BLACK, WHITE, HUGHES, & WIBEL.|
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|Necia Yehia||Susan Goodner|
Many thanks for the photo of little Susan's marker.
Very much appreciated.
|Lauri Rowland Hill||Bill Kimes|
Thank you for the photo!
|paerwin||RE: George Wibel|
You made my day! Would you like me to transfer George to you so you can add any info you may have? Sincerely, Pat
Added by paerwin on May 26, 2014 2:01 PM
|Joyce Brunson||John L Stover gravestone|
Thank you so much for taking this picture of John Stover's gravestone. I have been researching him for a Lawrence county, Illinois Civil War project. He is a soldier from Lawrence county who joined Co B of the 143 Indiana Infantry Jan 20, 1865 in Vincennes, Indiana. He died April 14, 1913 "near Fancy Hill, Ark" according to his military pension. He filed for his pension originally Sept 23, 1890 from Arkansas. His wife, Catherine Stover filed for her pension May 29, 1913 from Ark. He was listed on the 1900 and 1910 Missouri, Montgomery, Arkansas census.
Thank you very much for taking the photo!
Added by Canada on Mar 21, 2014 5:11 PM
|Necia Yehia||Lanthe Housley|
Many thanks for the trouble taken to get out to the McKinney for this photo. It is appreciated.
|roberta ragsdale wallace||Bashaw, William A. Joplin Cem|
Thanks to A. Black for taking a picture of the tombstone of William J. Bashaw in Joplin Cemetery, Montgomery County Arkansas. Since you included the area around his grave I can see that there is plenty of room for his dad, Gabriel Bashaw, to have been buried near him. There is no existing tombstone for Gabriel, nor can I find a death date. Likely he died in 1905.
|Michael Grilione||Augustus B Howton|
Thank you for your help, time and wonderful photo regarding Augustus B Howton.
Thank you for posting the death date and head stone for my uncle Dub Ellington. I don't know how to contact his sons, so this was great info to find!
Renee Ellington McDougall
|LABG||RE: Martha Ellington|
I hope I can link the family unit together!
Have a good week ahead!
Added by LABG on May 27, 2013 2:14 PM
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