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Helen Eller (#47496519)
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Bio Photo Began my genealogical journey in 1997.
President of my local Genealogical Society for 7 years.
Currently Vice President.
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Transfer - Ruth "Sholly" Schollenbarger
I went ahead and transferred to you.
Added by txladyjane on Jul 19, 2016 10:55 AM
Kris Young
Bonnie Wood Lewis
Hello I was wondering if you could take a picture of her headstone. Thank you
Added by Kris Young on Jul 18, 2016 7:28 AM
Ruth "Sholly" Schollenbarger
Hello and good afternoon, are you a family member of Ruth Schollenbarger?
Added by txladyjane on Jul 14, 2016 11:47 AM
Tom Denardo
RE: photo of lion
confederate cem higginsville. I do not know where the cemetery acquired the article/information. I only took the photos and added them sorry
Added by Tom Denardo on Jun 15, 2011 5:09 AM
Tom Denardo
RE: Forest Hill Confederate Cemetery-Quantrill
first thing is you have the wrong cemetery for quantrill. Part of his body in buried in higginsville, mo.( confederate cemetery I think its called). No part of him is in forest hill. The old photo in higginsville, mo, has a plaque next to it that may have some names on it, I do not remember. The lion carved into the stone...they took that idea/photo from Lucerne switzerland. Its a real carving of a lion, it also has a pond of water in front of it. Ive been to lucern, and saw it.
Added by Tom Denardo on Jun 14, 2011 4:39 PM
Tom Stonehunter
RE: Peter Shollenbarger
You're welcome. You might find additional ancestors buried at the St Peters Church Cemetery. There were spelling variations on several gravestones; Shellenbarger, Shollenberger and Shullenberger; and there were two marriages where Shollenberger maidens were involved. Full index is posted on FindAGrave. In 2009 the entire cemetery was photographed and archived. Low resolution photos are available at

Added by Tom Stonehunter on Jun 10, 2011 9:56 AM

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