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Dennis Rittenhouse (#45779502)
 member for 16 years, 4 months, 22 days
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Bio Photo Live in Raymore,MO south of Kansas City. Enjoy exploring old cemeteries but don't seem to have the time. Most of my postings are from walking through cemeteries. Have posted miscellaneous records in cemeteries hoping it might help in someone's search for a relative.
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B. May
RE: Mother's memorial
Thanks Dennis :)
Added by B. May on Aug 17, 2017 10:11 AM
Gunnar Williams
Minter Williams
Hi. I am not certain, but I think this grave is for Minter Williams Sr. I have data that links this person to a Frances Lane and a younger Minter Williams to Nancy Odell.

Was this the only Minter Williams you saw at this cemetery? Thanks

Gunnar Williams
Added by Gunnar Williams on Jul 30, 2017 11:35 PM
Ms Martie M
Rev Don Moore
THANK YOU for the update info for this memorial.
Your wife must be a wonderful person as she graduated from Ruskin! :) GO EAGLES!
Added by Ms Martie M on Mar 07, 2014 5:11 PM
Peter Schlup
Minter WILLIAMS second wife was Elizabeth MARTIN. They was married 08 Jan 1860 in
Clay county, Missouri. They also had 6 children Lizaeth married to William Caper HUMBARD, George Washington, who is buried at Crowley Cemetery, Arthur, Nannie, Porter, & Violet
Added by Peter Schlup on Oct 07, 2013 4:45 PM
Deb Poe
Martin grave
Hi:) I was recently at the Oakley Cemetery in Oakley KS. I was taking pictures of William and Minnie Martin gravestone. There was a small stone very close to William and Minnie'stone. It is John Frank Martin . John was an infant that only lived for a few weeks. I didn't know if he was William and Minnie's son?? I made a memorial for him. But want to link him to his parents. But I looked on Minnie's memorial and he is not listed as her child?? Just wondered. Thought maybe you might know since you put a picture of her on her memorial page

Deb Poe
Added by Deb Poe on Jun 17, 2013 11:52 AM
Loneta Boyer
Mary Ann Conaway
Thank you for posting the memorial for Mary Ann Conaway. #8025988 I have been searching for her grave and was happy to find it, her maiden name was Sharp. Would you mind linking her to her father, George Riley Sharp #44854208 and her mother Elizabeth Henderson Sharp # 27075795. This is a very large family, and getting the ones that I can find, added to the family will help other people like me who come looking for them. Thank you, Loneta Boyer

PS she had a second marriage, to a fellow whose last name was Winters, I had been hunting her under that name, gave up, used my brain a little and decided to look for her under the name of the father of her children. Some times it works, but my brain is tired now and I am ready to stop my searching for tonight.
Added by Loneta Boyer on Mar 09, 2012 11:07 PM
Donna Lyle Alumbaugh
Hi Dennis,

Thank you for your transfer of Norma Shoemaker. Wish you the very best. Donna
Added by Donna Lyle Alumbaugh on Jul 17, 2011 5:48 PM
Joan Viney
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Thank you so much for providing the gravestone photos for Carl Raymond Brown and his wife, Geraldine Clanton. I shall be forever grateful.
Added by Joan Viney on May 28, 2011 2:07 PM
Martha Mae Hatchitt # 64271683
Thanks for this memorial to my great aunt. I need a favor. Please add her parents to her family relationships.
Father # 37134782 Mother # 37134744
Thank you Rick #47419892
Added by Rick on Feb 02, 2011 12:05 AM
Ms Martie M
RE: Ed Tervol Headstone
You are most welcome. I had gone to Mt Moriah to take some volunteer photos before the weather turned so cold and took a few extra photos which I have just got around to getting them on memorial sites. He was one of our country's heroes.
Added by Ms Martie M on Jan 16, 2011 4:51 PM
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