Sorry I found the answer. She is listed as Lewadag not Lewedag in Missouri Death Certificates.
Happy New Year
Thank you for the edits and I have added them all. Could you tell me prof of Cora passing away in St Louis. There is not a Missouri Death certificate for her.
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||RE: Hugh Isaac Slocum|
I am glad you have documentation but I like to post the specifics in the body of the post which I had already done. I do appreciate it and leave it when there is no other source and it is a paid for document which most wouldn't have. All Missouri DC from 1910 are on line and easily accessible. I have that built into my favorites. I live in Texas but am considered by many an expert on Morgan County, Mo and have many hard copy records for Morgan, Cole, Moniteau where I was born and lived as a young person. I have spent days of my childhood in those cemeteries. I am also a researcher for the DAR and have been on find a grave for almost 16 years doing most of my work in those 3 counties of my family, neighbors and connections to my family. I am an advocate of documentation and proof, and sources so you are a researcher that I have great respect for. The problem is many of the new volunteers who I am so glad we are getting just do not understand that by having an edit button without source space it corrupts the data base and gets too many things wrong. I guess that's a long way of telling you thanks I like what you are doing but we need to stand our ground on source information and proofs.
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||Hugh Isaac Slocum|
Tthank you so much for helping me get a couple of the facts correct. I had done the research and pulled the death certificate originally but didn't get the post finished. Could you please delete the Death Certificate? It's enough that the information and # is already posted. I do leave them when there isn't a stone and the posted info is not there but this is redundant so not necessary. I do appreciate your work in correcting it though. Thanks a million. Working together Find a Grave gets better and better.
|Dexter Taylor||RE: Betty Bielau|
Yes, that can be a problem with the names - just have to have it in the bio - glad to have it straightened out
|Dexter Taylor||Betty Bielau|
Hi Leanne - I think I have figured this out - the original record came either from the cemetery records or funeral home record - there was some confusion as to whether this was an actual death/burial or just a presale, and there never was a marker, or a death record, or an obituary. I am pretty certain now that it was just a presale for her - she bought a plot for Jonathan and one for her. So I am going to delete the memorial and then we can link to the real Betty in ND?
|Karen Mickel Bennett||RE: Greene Family|
Thank you Leanne! True genealogy lovers should share information like you did. It's important for future generations. Without us helping each other so MANY people would not have available information for their research....
Have a Wonderful Weekend,
|Karen Mickel Bennett||Greene Family|
Thank you so much Leanne for sending very valuable information for their memorials. Sharing information like you did is what Find A Grave is about. I appreciate your work very much and so will future generations! Thank you again....
|Bonnie Miller||RE: Lorinda Collins Wallace|
That photo was in a group of photos I bought from an eBay seller in 2007. It was sold in 2010. I post photos at findagrave after they sell so family can find them - feel free to copy it. If you click on the photo, you can see I've included in the comment what was written on the back - that's the only proof I have that it's Lorinda.
|K Berry & JGBC||RE|
Ha! Turns out I had already taken pictures but not uploaded that batch yet.... I just uploaded the images I had taken to her and her husband... they are next to each other.
Am transferring now
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