|Suzy B||RE: Milton Sloan|
Thank you so much for the info. I try to make sure what I have is correct. Somehow I had missed this.
Added by Suzy B on Jun 24, 2017 11:42 AM
|Shannon B||Sloan @Mt Muncie|
I got your photo request up for Mary Ellen Sloan. Sorry that it took almost 2 months to fulfill your request. She is buried with a few of her husband's relatives. All but one didn't have memorials so I went ahead and created them. The other Sloan family members buried on the plot, in relation to her husband, Walter, are:
his parents: Walter Sr & Mary Hogan
his siblings: Harold, Helen, & Edward Gene
his aunts: Anna & Edna
his sister-in-law: Barbara Medsker (Edward's wife)
|Michael Towers||RE: Florence C. Norton|
(my wife's grandmother)
|Kathie||LW Allister @ StL Calvary|
Sorry but she is not marked. I had previous done the marked in the lot, and for whatever reason I did not do the unmarked. I have finished it now and added the caption to the previous pictures for the lot.
So please do see the caption for lot info.
and btw, it seems she might not have had an obit published in the StL Post Dispatch.
Added by Kathie on Sep 17, 2016 4:19 PM
|Lynda Sell||RE: Cora B Tyner Sell|
Very nice to meet you - you are right Cora B. Tyner that married Joseph William Sell was the daughter of Isaac John Tyner - Cora & Joseph had no children - I have a copy of her death certificate listing her parents. Unfortunately I have nothing that indicates what the B. stood for.
My research did discover a Cora B. Tyner, d/o: Henry Clay Tyner, (born before 1870 Census) wonder if she is the one that married the William Sellinger. I know nothing of a Cora Bell Phillips.
Sorry I could not help you with her middle name at this time. If I ever find anything I will be sure to let you know.
Sincerely, Lynda Sell
|Michael Towers||Skeffington Norton|
I removed the picture unrelated to Skeffington Norton.
|Critterpal1||RE: Eva Kate Hawley|
It was my pleasure! The grave to the left was of Geraldine Virginia Hawley; the plot to the right did not have a grave stone but above Herbert and Evas' stone was a flower vase with Sidney Allen Hawleys' information on it; I did take pictures of both of these and attach them as well.
|Bob Collins||RE: Frederick Norton|
Click on the photo to enlarge it and reveal the following caption:
Section 71, Lot 850.
This is lot 850, the LORD Family lot. Frederick O. Norton was interred in this lot July 4 1869, but there is no stone for him.
|Sue Tanner||Hawley photo is up|
|Tim Cook||RE: Herbert Welcome Frawley|
I don't have any further information. The bio was submitted by someone else.
Added by Tim Cook on Dec 16, 2015 9:31 AM
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