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Malcolm Hunter (#46803504)
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Karon Murphy Hall
Sorry I didn't mention all 3 of them are buried in Mt. Zion, Pemiscot County, Missouri. It's at Steele, Missouri.
Added by Karon Murphy Hall on Sep 25, 2011 2:57 PM
Karon Murphy Hall
Harrison in Missouri
Have not found your request yet. However I did find a few that might be of interest. PVT Howard Harrison 1896 to 1953 and ED 1908-1972 wife Ruby 1906-1965 Harrison.
Added by Karon Murphy Hall on Sep 25, 2011 9:43 AM
Karon Murphy Hall
It's been along time since I've heard from you and couldn't recall if you were interested in all Harrison's or just a certain Cemetery. I have since I talked to you last taken more photo's and checked and I have 15 Harrison's in my photo library. If you are interested in them let me know and I will send you a list or post them for you. If not then just dis-regard. Thank you in advance.
Added by Karon Murphy Hall on Jan 19, 2011 7:11 AM
Karon Murphy Hall
RE: William A. Harrison tombstone
You are so welcome, I truly love finding and helping others in their search for their loved ones. I wish I could have found more for you but due to the season with the snakes being out it was impossible. It is so sad when I find a cemetery in such bad shape. I went to 4 yesterday and needless to say that all 4 were so grown up and in need of much needed help. I wish I had the equipment to clean everyone one of them. It should be the law that they be cleaned and kept up. If I can ever help please ask and I'm very grateful to do what I can. Thank you for remembering your loved ones. Karon Hall, Blytheville, Arkansas
Added by Karon Murphy Hall on Apr 27, 2010 7:17 AM
Betty Hunter- Harrison
Thank you for the Harrison Headstones. I appreciate the time you took,to do this for me.
Thanks again.
Added by Betty Hunter- Harrison on Oct 31, 2009 1:54 PM
Betty Hunter- Harrison
Antioch Cemetery
Thank you so very much for the headstones.I appreciate you taking the time to go and get those for me.
Added by Betty Hunter- Harrison on Oct 30, 2009 8:46 PM
Stone Shooter
I found Ellis McFarland and Mary McFarland at Rose Lawn. There was an open bio on Ellis so I added two photos to it and then started one on Mary McFarland b.d. 1946, posting that photo. Barbara
Added by Stone Shooter on Jun 15, 2009 10:32 AM
Stone Shooter
The stone of Lillian MacFarland is very smooth and difficult to read. The surface is not pitted just worn. You asked for Lillian's marker - it is shared with another person. If you would like the other side plus the whole stone as it is, I will post them. Didn't know if you were interested or not. Thanks, Barbara
Added by Stone Shooter on Jun 15, 2009 9:57 AM
RE: John Riley Glenn
Thank you, Malcolm, for the information about Hattie. I wish I had your research skills! Sandy
Added by Sandy on Jun 11, 2009 5:52 AM
RE: John Riley Glenn
Obit. of Miss Myrtle Learned, Times-Leader, 16 Feb 1961, dau. of Edwin & Mary Lovan Learned names 3 sis.: Mrs. Bessie Duncan, Mrs. Elsie Hutchcraft, & Mrs. Hattie Glenn.)
I'm just trying to find information on Hattie Learned Glenn. Since she is buried at Richardson Hill and the only other Glenn's buried there are John Riley Glenn and his wife I thought maybe he was married twice.
Thanks for trying to help me. Sandy
Added by Sandy on Jun 09, 2009 7:47 PM
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