|Kevin Lane (#46798393)|
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Hi, I am Kevin. I am the genealogist in the family. I also pronounces my love of cemetery grave hunting.Seeing that I didn't want all of our efforts to go in vain, I have decided the best place to share all this hard work is here on Find-A-Grave. Most of my listings are family, however, some are of people that may be family or are close to family members in the cemeteries we have visited. If there are corrections that need to be made, feel free to e-mail me, I do not want my information to be incorrect or incomplete. I hope our information is helpful.Under the Findagrave FAQ section it states: Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. This is called there "Family First Policy"The main Surnames that Kevin is researching are: Lane, Odle/Odell, Goodpaster/Goodpasture, Rader, Grubb, Harper, Larrabee, Lynch, Bragg, Moon, Dillinger, Simpson, Harlan/Harland, Boone and several of the families that tie into these lines.Currently in the process of walking and marking off several cemeteries in the Saint Louis area. Which means photographing every stone.Cemeteries that are photographed are: Old St. Marcus Cemetery, New St. Marcus Cemetery, Old St. John's Church Cemetery (Mehlville, MO), and New St. John's Church Cemetery (Mehlville, MO), New (Old) Picker's Cemetery (2nd one now known as a part of Gatewood Gardens), Sappington Cemetery, and Saint Paul's Churchyard. I are currently photographing Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery (Oakville, MO).|
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Kevin thank you very much for the changes on the memorials. Sparky
Added by Sparky on Apr 22, 2017 5:35 AM
|Nancy Ross King||Henry Ross|
You mention on Henry's tombstone photo that you got it from Henry's 3rd great grandfather. I'm sure you meant 3rd great granddaughter. Me.
|James Pohl||Gerald Pohl|
Thanks for the grave marker photo of Gerald Pohl. Greatly appreciated 😃
|Connie Manis||Anna Lane|
Hi! I am looking for information on Mr.Lynch that Anna Lane was married to before she married to Orlando Lane. She had a son named Francis Marion Lynch born Aug. 22, 1865 in Danville, Ill. He married Martha Almira Cochran on Aug.27, 1865 in Victoria, Ill. They are both buried in Plainville, Kan. Francis would be my Great Great Grandfather. I am trying to find his father and more on the family for my father who is no longer able to do it. Would appreciate any information Thank you! Conniejo357@gmail
|Michael Jones||LANE FAMILY TREE|
HI U-2, I AM MICHAEL L JONES L.V, NV AND AM A DESCENDANT OF PRESTON LANE 1901 MISS CO MO-1965 ST LOUIS MO. HIS SON ARMONIUS IS A DIRECT KIN HIS UNCLE WILLIAM ELMER LANE IS MY GRANDFATHER . WE/I AM LOOKING FOR MARTHA RANKIN LANE 1877-???? I AM TRYING TO BACKTRACK THRU ANY AND ALL DESCENDANTS. I AM IN CONTACT WITH OTHER COUSINS AND KIN OF WILLIAM ELMER LANE IN DETROIT, ANY INFO OR HELP YOU CAN GIVE WILL BE APPRECIATED AND HELPFUL. THANK YOU MLJ LV NV
|Michael Cummins||Hill photo|
Thank you! Is it possible for you to correct the photo to place the gravestone to a standing position rather than on its side?
|S. Stewart||Willie Easley|
Thank you so much for getting the photo of Willie/William Easley for me. I appreciate it very much!
|Michael Edwards||William Edward Segelhorst|
|Daniel Hoffmann||Hoffmann & Bauman|
Mandy and Kevin, thanks so much for the photos at Lakewood. I know it is hard to find sites there, but I appreciate your finding my grandparents and my aunt and uncle. By the way, your bio says you are photographing Old St. Marcus. How much is left there?
|William Krout||Willann "Annie" Ferguson Allmond|
Thanks for taking the photos for me. This branch of my Family has been elusive so your kindness is greatly appreciated
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