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PShannon (#47068630)
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Bio Photo I'am not related to most of the people in the memorials that I have created, but someone is, and the memorials might (and have) help them find that long-lost loved one. I have!!!!

Anyone may use my tombstone pictures for their own personal use, no credit needed.

I do not add memorials to Findagrave, to see how many I can get (Please don't assume that I do.) I do Findagrave so the final resting place of people, can be found and they can be remembered. Everyone deserves that!!

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Pam Witherow
RE: Joe Chapin
Yes, such a sad story. Your timing on finding this article is so ironic--the heat has been extreme this past week here. Thank you for sending the article on Joe's death along!!
Added by Pam Witherow on Jul 23, 2017 5:23 PM
First name, Mary B. she married B S or Britton S. HEAD; I've seen it both ways. I have a Find A Grave #26903694. Burial, Perkins, Payne County, OKLA. She is my, 2nd Gr. grandmother. Her husb. died we think some time 1865-1866, in KANSAS. Their p o in Kansas was PALERMO. (Some researchers have him dying in Tompkins, NY. That is another B S HEAD m to a Nancy HULSLANDER; both the b & d dates of these two are close. OUR Britton S. was Supposedly shot in his front yard ; & supposedly was a sheriff.(There was a newspaper article in reference to this shooting which I've been unable to find. Unable to find his grave as well. Just found Mary about a year ago; apparently she came back to OKLA. Payne county after husb. death to make her home with a daughter, as they are buried in same plot. Her dau. Fanny HEAD, Wallis/Wright/Ely. (3x's m). Fanny is buried with 1st h Wm. WALLIS. It was on one of Fanny's Marriage license , I found her mother's MAIDEN name written very plain (for a change) WITHERUP. On my Gr grandfather's (John A HEAD) M L Mary's name appears also but it could be misconstrued as WITHEMP. Which MOST researching this family are holding TRUE. Only problem is when you enter that name in the Find A Grave database there's NOT ONE WITHEMP. Well are you confused now? Sandy
Added by Sandy on Jul 11, 2017 9:44 AM
HA! HA! Ha! Just read the last statement in your Bio. I agree whole-heartedly!!!!!!!!!!!!! SOME PEOPLE on here have MORE RULES & REGULATIONS than Find A Grave. They're certainly FULL OF THEMSELVES. It's like this has become their LIFE instead of a HOBBY.
Added by Sandy on Jul 10, 2017 10:26 AM
Hi PShannon,, You didn't happen to come across the above name in the old newspaper articles ?? Sandy
Added by Sandy on Jul 10, 2017 9:51 AM
Sharon Pearce
Memorial 56887857
Thank you for posting the photo of Sarah Jane Jacobus Bennet at Lakeside Cemtery, Chariton Co., MO. She was a cousin in my gg grandmother Pearce's family and it isn't often I can point other Jacobus researchers to a photo of a member of this family. Sharon Pearce
Added by Sharon Pearce on Jul 02, 2017 10:51 PM
Stephen M.
RE: elizabeth dixon richmond
Thanks for making the corrections to Elizabeth Dixon Richmond-Hash. FYI - the child you mentioned was not hers. Her then husband - William Hash - was married previously and the child was his and his first wife's. Hopefully the owner of the other Elizabeth Find A Grave memorial will contact me and I can finally let Elizabeth rest in least on Find A Grave.

Added by Stephen M. on Jul 02, 2017 6:25 AM
James Love
RE: Fannie May Love
Thank you very much for your prompt reply to my note. I was only a little over 2 when Fannie passed away. I don't remember her but I remember the funeral home picking her up at her home when she passed.
I would also like to thank you for very touching memorial you wrote for her baby sister Minnie Earl.
To me you brought her back to life. I am sure she was a loving daughter/baby sister to her family.
Thank you so very much.
Added by James Love on Jun 18, 2017 2:10 PM
James Love
Dr. Isaac F Forrest and Agnes Josaphine Forrest
Thank you for writing such an informative memorial for my great great grandparents. They also had a daughter Fannie May Forrest born on May 1, 1870 who
married Silas Mason Love. They had seven children;
5 boys and 2 girls. Fannie May Love passed away on
January 7, 1949. Fannie was living in Hannibal at
the time of Josie (Agnes Josaphine) passed away. I
thought you might like to update your memorial for
the Forrest's to include the third child.
Thank you again for your hard dedicated work for all
the memorials you written.
Jim Love
Added by James Love on Jun 17, 2017 6:58 PM
James C. Reynolds
I was happy to find it too. The clipping is dated December 15, 1904 and about three quarters of the way down the article it states "James C. Reynolds has been dead for more than nine months" - so that would put his death in early 1904.

Happy hunting!

Lois R.
Added by Lois on Jun 14, 2017 4:39 PM
Nancy Meadows
Vittetoe obituary
Thanks, as always, to you! I am hibernating inside these afternoons - I've gotten pretty wimpy! Stay cool!
Added by Nancy Meadows on Jun 13, 2017 3:47 PM
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