|Kimberly Hughes Porter||Thomas Memorials|
You tried contacting me in March about some memorial transfers and I haven't been able to get back to you. My daughter just got married so I've put my Family history on the back burner. Would you still be willing to transfer two memorials to me. The names are Jenkyn Thomas and Ellen Kesler Thomas. Memorial Numbers #70700341 and #70699772. If so that would be great. If there are any more later down the line I will Contact you. Thanks Again! Kimberly
|MFC||RE: Belle Reed Van Auken Memorial 66676032|
You are welcome. It is the only request out of 17 I was able to fulfill. Most of that cemetery has been photographed, and the person who did that must have missed her stone. It is a good reminder not to assume there is no stone if there is not a photo, even though that is usually the case.
Added by MFC on Apr 21, 2017 8:14 AM
|Michael Phillips||RE: Beitelman Memorials|
Yes, there were four other children who died very young. Three girls and one boy. Mamie A., Beata M., Jeannie May and John Samuel. I'll get their memorials and photos in later today with as much information as I can get from the pictures. These are all sandstone markers from around 1890. You know how that goes.
|Michael Phillips||RE: Ellen and Mary Jane Marsteller Memorials 158791052 and 162600688|
I also took some pictures of infant/baby memorial stones that were adjacent to the Ellen Marstellar stone. These four stones are for children of A.M. & Ellen Beitelman (Allen M. Beitelman). Was Ellen Marstellar also married to Allen M. Beitelman? And could these be her children? (The birth years are possible.) Allen's stone is also adjacent to the Ellen and Mary Jane Marstellar stones. Thanks for any insight. These four children are not in Find A Grave yet, and I will add them. It would be good to link them to both their parents if possible. Thanks again!
|Pmlibra2||RE: David Keslar/Kessler Memorials|
Your welcome, is is to the left of Jonathan & Elizabeth Kessler. Jonathan was a Deacon and moved here in 1879. He was known as Uncle Jonathan who cooked the meat for love feasts that were held in the area. Services began on Friday & continued thru Sunday. This information is listed at http://rootsweb.ancestry.com. If you do not have Ancestry.com, you should be able to do a search for Brethren Church history of Dry Fork Congregation of Jasper, Missouri.
Added by Pmlibra2 on Mar 31, 2017 7:12 PM
|Linda Dinkel||RE: Memorial #74925339 Sarah S. Goulder Parker|
Thanks very much for adding this information & the explanation.
|Linda Dinkel||Memorial #74925339.|
Ref: Sarah S. Goulder Parker
In trying to put the city my great, great grandmother was born in there is no choice in drop-down box. Can you please do this? She was born in Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England.
|Carol & David||RE: Sarah Kessler Memorial 43515326|
You are very welcome.
|Kimberly Hughes Porter||Thomas Family|
Hello my name is Kimberly Porter and I was wondering if you are a relation to the Thomas Families? I noticed you created several memorials for family I'm related to and wanted to start updating a lot of info. If you're not any relation would you mind transferring their memorials to me so I can start updating and linking families? If you are related maybe we could just coordinate with each other. Thank You so much!
|Margaret C Cowles||RE: George and Lucina Luce Memorials|
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