|Barbara Russell (#46841271)|
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I have been researching my ancestry for over 40 years and still have lots of blanks. I work on my collateral lines too!|
My main lines are: Rhoades/Rhoads, Wright, Michael, Kesterson, Leasure, Garrett, Stice, Niccum, McDougal, Smith, Stevens, Fink, Uehling, Wagner and Keller.
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|Tom Oatney||Lura Kesterson Coon|
I have linked Lura Kesterson Coon to her parents, husband and son on Find A Grave at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=25192419 .
Is there anything you would like to add to her memorial? Would you have a picture of her or a grave stone you would to post or other bio info?
|Pioneersearcher||# 20555376 Martha Young Laswell|
I would like your permission to copy this gravestone photo to my family tree.
I will give you credit.
Thank you, Pioneersearcher # 47016656
|Danielle Miller||Fred Winn COON 1873-1932|
Your name and email address appear in relationship to Fred W. Coon's tomb on the website findagrave.comů You may know that Judge Coon played a role in the murder trial of the Earll family in Southwest Louisiana. He traveled down from Missouri to Lake Charles, LA, to be a character witness for Albert Edwin Batson of Princeton, MO, who was accused of the murders. Through ancestry.com, I found Judge Coon, his wife and child in several census and WW I records. I discovered that his son, Porter, was committed to an insane asylum before 1920 and died in 1940. I am researching any little bit of information that persons involved in that murder trial may have had and which could be in the hands of their descendants. (It was the equivalent of the O.J. Simpson trial between March 1902 and August 1903).
I would be deeply grateful if you could help in any way. I live near Lake Charles, Louisiana, and have been researching this matter for more than three years.
With all my thanks and the hope to hear from you soon,
|Ernest J Nall||Rhoades Family|
Barbara, I have been to the Kilbourne Cemetery and looked for the grave site of Rena Rhodes, I was unable to find one for her. I was able to take a photo of a broken stone for Sarah Rhoades, does this name meane anything to you? if so I would be glad to send a copy to you.
Ernest J Nall