|Randal A. Burd, Jr. (#46913217)|
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Randal A. Burd, Jr. has a B.A. in English from Missouri S&T and an M.Ed. in English Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Missouri. Randal also holds undergraduate minors in Art, Psychology, and Writing. He currently teaches English at a residential ranch for troubled youth in Missouri. |
Randal is presently Commander of the Department of Missouri, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. He previously served as Senior Vice Commander (2014-2016) and Department Secretary (2012-2014). He also served as the President (2011-2012) of the Ozark Patriots Chapter of Sons of the American Revolution, and was a charter member of the General Daniel Bissell chapter of the General Society of the War of 1812. Randal was commissioned a Kentucky Colonel in 2013, and is a lifetime member of the Pulaski County (Missouri) Historical Society.
Randal is a genealogist for hire. To order his services, click on the website link in his profile.
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|Gramma||George and Melba Hammack|
Thank you for the lovely photos of George and Melba Hammack's marker.
Do you have a date for your photos? Whenever you are back in that cemetery, would you please check if the dates of deaths have been engraved yet, and if so, please update your photos? They have been gone for nearly a year, and I am wondering if the engraving of the death dates has been an over-site. If not done yet, it needs to be done before winter weather is here. They are great grands of my grandson.
Added by Gramma on Sep 01, 2016 3:42 PM
|Gramma||edits for Hammacks|
Thank you VERY much. I am TRYING to 'accept' but the accept button is not working. I might have to just enter it myself. How do you know; are you related? If yes, I AM ELATED. They are distant 'in-laws' so my info was from word-of-mouth, and I also had found a doubt in a census, after I posted his parents and was going to remove them, but have had a lot of computer problems. I am working on the tree of their gr grandson and was given the name Tom... Is it possible that Thomas could have been married twice?
Added by Gramma on Apr 28, 2016 7:02 AM
|Lynn||Elizabeth "Betsy" Carman Logsdon|
Thanks for the census info., I appreciate that.
Added by Lynn on Aug 04, 2015 5:44 PM
|KB||RE: Eliza Bryant|
You're welcome! There were some other Bryants nearby that I photographed and added memorials for. I assume they are related based on their proximity. Hope this helps further your research!
Clyde Bryant - Memorial# 149601296
John Bryant - Memorial# 149601148
Mollie Bryant - Memorial# 149601228
Added by KB on Jul 21, 2015 5:49 PM
|Leslie Lewis||Goodykoontz photo|
Thank you so much!! Your time and effort are greatly appreciated.
I appreciate the tombstone picture of Bryan
Added by MATuley on Mar 23, 2015 4:45 PM
|Wanda L||Re: Robert Manley photo|
Hello Randall Burd
Thank you for the photo of Robert Manley.
Added by Wanda L on Mar 22, 2015 10:26 PM
|Henry J. Inman||Also|
Thanks for the Frances Austin photo as well.
|Henry J. Inman||Thank you!!|
Randal: Thank you very much for taking a photo of the headstone of my relative Everett Austin. I sincerely appreciate your effort and also going the extra mile to clean the mud off of it!! I notice those little things! How is your knowledge of Madison County genealogy?
Henry J. “Hank” Inman
|Justakitten||Peter Owens stone pic|
Thanks so much for sharing with me. :)
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