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D (#47191506)
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Doris Christensen
As you'll see, I transferred both Barton & Margaret's memorials to you. I was getting confused with some of the information and thought it best if you added it.
I have no relative connections and do like to keep memorials within the family whenever possible.
If there are any other memorials that I have posted that you would like transferred, please feel free to ask.
Added by Doris Christensen on Jan 14, 2017 8:57 AM
Doris Christensen
Thanks for the information. How about I just transfer the memorial to you and let you make the corrections and any additions you might have? That way I won't misintepret your notes!
If there are other memorials that I have posted for the family, I will be glad to transfer them also. It would be helpful if you'd just send an Edit request for any you might like to have.

Added by Doris Christensen on Jan 13, 2017 4:17 PM
Timothy Cahalan Beilby
Yes, She is there along with Harrold.
Added by Timothy Cahalan Beilby on Oct 27, 2016 2:58 PM
Carl Bennett
Did your Alfred marry Angela Jimenez?
Added by Carl Bennett on May 04, 2016 10:40 AM
I have the same photo attached to my record of Carrie L. Hackamack, but that is not the photo I referred to in my message. I can't figure out how to send you a copy of the photo I referred to. Please send me your email address, so I can email a copy to you.
Arliss Whiteside
Added by Arliss on Jan 24, 2015 10:15 AM
Yes, I think this is the same person. In my tree, I have a photo of "Carrie (Hackamack) Gunther & Freit Gunther". I also have the information:

Carrie L. Hackamack
Individual Facts:
Birth: 24 Oct 1858 in LaGrange, Lewis, Missouri
Residence: 1860 in Union, Lewis, Missouri; Age: 4
Residence: 1870 in Township 60 Range 6, Lewis, Missouri; Age: 14
Residence: 1910 in Forrest, Livingston, Illinois; Age in 1910: 51; Marital Status: Married
Residence: 1920 in Forrest, Livingston, Illinois; Age: 61
Death: 12 Dec 1924 in Forrest, Livingston, Illinois; Death Age: 66
Burial: 15 Dec 1924 in Rooks Creek, Livingston, Illinois

John W. Whiteside
Marriage: 18 Feb 1906 in Illinois
Children: [no children with John W. Whiteside]

I need to update her Find-a-Grave record to reflect this information.
Added by Arliss on Jan 19, 2015 7:04 AM
Also, if there are any pics of family members, Joyce would probably know where to find. Look for her under my friends list and email her and ask if she knows. She will be happy to assist. Good Luck!!
Added by 1-48069415 on Mar 16, 2014 6:11 PM
I made the changes you sent. I can probably get pic, just need to find time and have decent weather. I live near cemetery. People are peculiar around here due to a lot vandalism, so they have to know you. I am working 50-60 hrs/wk and haven't had much time to work on Find A Grave lately. Message me in about 30 days and jog my memory and I'll see if I can get you a pic. Do you know where William is buried?
Added by 1-48069415 on Mar 16, 2014 5:15 PM
J P Harrison
I removed a couple of inches of loose dirt from in from of Melissa's stone, and the inscription clearly reads "Wife of J P Harrison". The birth date is presently buried too deeply to see without disturbing the stone. No luck on locating JP's headstone yet, but lot records indicate he is beside her and I strongly suspect his tombstone was there within the past couple of decades, since someone read the dates at some point.
Added by KQB on May 07, 2013 7:49 PM
J.R. Should have a stone right next to Melissa according to records, but it must be under the sod or otherwise hidden. I believe Melissa's surname is probably on the portion of the upper half of the broken stone that is now planted in the ground, with the lower half containing the death date laying flat on the ground beside it.

According to the records, her stone should say "Melissa wife of H P Harrison". I'll do a little more looking later this week when I am back in town, maybe I can find another stone around there and double check the inscription on the one that is showing.
Added by KQB on May 06, 2013 10:09 PM
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