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Sharon Garrison (#46850778)
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Jay Boone
RE: Dennis Boston
Hi Sharon,
It took me a while to realize that you meant Dennis Wright. I haven't been able to find any information on him yet.
Added by Jay Boone on May 25, 2017 6:48 PM
Sue Hill
RE: Mamie May Farrell
It turns out the gentleman in the photo was Fred Messer -another husband of Mamie's. She lost both husbands to death at an early age. I don't think I have a photo of Mr. Farrell.
Added by Sue Hill on Feb 28, 2017 8:51 PM
RE: Mark W Garrison


Sorry to say, I've not already found Mark W. Garrison.

I also had no luck with his daughter Tina Oaks/Oakes who I assume died in 2017.

I have rechecked my own site, the newspaper data bases I have access to and not find them.

I did find him in SSDI on Family It however was only basic. It had Missouri, but it could have been where he filed for SS rather than a last residence. I found a more informative public notice.

The information is on his wife's memorial:

Garrison, Barbara Sue Large 152930880
b. Jan. 4, 1951 d. Sep. 24, 2015
Osborne Memorial Cemetery
Newton County
Missouri, USA


It may be possible, if he were cremated, that his ashes were buried with her. There may be a tombstone for them both there by now. All that is on her memorial is a funeral home temporary marker.

Sorry I wasn't more help.


Added by Orlena on Feb 22, 2017 10:59 AM
Sue Hill
RE: Mamie May Farrell
I will look for the photo. I'm not sure if the man sitting beside Mamie is her first or 2nd husband. I will ask my mom who is 90 and remembers Mamie very well. In fact, as a child, my family and I went to visit Mamie several time. She was my grandfather's sister. She was a wonderful woman. I am too young to have met either of her husbands.
Added by Sue Hill on Feb 16, 2017 6:08 AM
Karen Ziege Bartelt
RE: Clara Lavin Anderson
All corrected. I only had the Iowa census to go on, and mistakes can be made. If you're a relative, I'd be happy to transfer.
Added by Karen Ziege Bartelt on Jul 22, 2016 6:31 PM
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Sofirie Elizabeth Triggs
Thank you so much for finding Sofirie Triggs! Now if we could find out what happened to her father Jacob and brother John Fletcher Triggs. My father had thought many years ago that John was killed by Indians in the Dakotas in the 1880's. Sofirie's sister Levisa, my great grandmother, used to say that she survived an Indian attack and had to hide in the corn field.
Added by Cemetery Detective on Jun 20, 2016 4:07 PM
Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)
RE: Elmer Dearth
First you put burial in Miamisburg, Montgomery, Indiana. That would be Ohio. There are 2 Hill Groves in Montgomery. The other is in Dayton close to Miamisburg. I photographed the entire cemetery in Miamisburg and they probably do not have a stone. I also added all known burial up to 2005 from records. Record keeping for that cemetery was very poor. I found stones for many that were not listed in their records. A death cert would be your best source. I do live about 6 blocks from there, but at the time I could not look. I have sciatica and not able to walk. You could call them at 937-866-2263. Just keep in mind that just because they may not have a record does not mean they are not buried there. The 2 Hill Grove cemeteries have often been confused even on death certificates. The one in Dayton is actually one word Hillgrove compared to Miamisburg Hill Grove. I did find his death certificate and it states he is buried in the Hillgrove in Dayton. It also states he was born in Ohio, not Indiana
Added by Mary Downing-Mahan (grave... on May 16, 2016 11:02 AM
Doris Christensen
RE: Graceland Cemetery
Graceland Cemetery is easy to find. It's east of the Norwood Corner to first road. Clore Cemetery is there on the curve and Graceland is straight north about two miles down the gravel road. It's a small, very well maintained cemetery.
Added by Doris Christensen on Apr 20, 2016 6:30 AM
Barry Hitt
Robert Roe
Hi Sharon,

Robert Roe is my grandfather. I would be happy to help you with any info I can provide.

Thank you

Barry Hitt
Added by Barry Hitt on Apr 10, 2016 7:50 AM
Photos 4 You
Mary Roe
Mt Hebron Cemetery does not have Mary Roe in
their burial records and there is no Plot R.
Could you please doublecheck your records?
Added by Photos 4 You on Mar 08, 2016 11:19 AM
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