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|Alvie Davidson (#47185405)|
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|Jerry Swain||RE: Azor Paulk|
I don't have any idea where the person who made the memorial came up with the death date. I enlarged the picture of the tombstone and the date of death looks like 1889.
The name appears to be AZSR, which is probably just an honest mistake by the person who inscribed it.
|Neil D Scheidt||RE: Lorentz Fix|
Perhaps no one ever found her grave. I will include her with his memorial. What is the date of the will so I get the right Lorentz Fix?
|Richard Bragg||RE: Lynch|
You're most welcome!
|D. Eick||RE: Jewell|
I am sorry, but I really do not know much about Charles Jewell. I am related to him through my great aunt, Mabel Daisy Lovell Jewell. She was also married to a George Jewell earlier, who was supposedly his brother. They were all deceased before I had the chance to meet them face to face. Mabel was the Lovell family genealogist, though, and left a lot of names and dates for everyone, but not much else.
Added by D. Eick on Jun 21, 2014 2:39 PM
|D. Eick||RE: Jewell|
Sorry. I really don't know much about the Jewell brothers. They married into my Lovell line through a great aunt, but I never knew them or persued much info on them.
Added by D. Eick on Mar 27, 2014 11:21 AM
|D. Eick||RE: Winegar|
I haven't got much more on most of my Winegar ancestors, but I do know a bit about the ones back in New York. A lot of it is on Linda nd on my ancestry family tree, "Eick Family Tree, Broken Branches and All." I will have to look and see.
Added by D. Eick on Mar 25, 2014 11:06 AM
|Rich H.||RE: Hans Salau|
It was just a random picture I took while walking in the cemetery. Have you tried the church?
Added by Rich H. on Mar 27, 2013 5:36 AM
|Robert Pinkston||RE: Hagood|
I also have one for her husband that will be posted soon.
|Kendall Mellem||Susan Haynes, Lee's Summit, MO|
I went to the Lee's Summit Historical Cemetery today to photograph the grave of Susan Haynes (1819-1899, wife of Joseph Haynes) for you. Cemetery records show seven Haynes buried there, none of whom is named Susan. Is it possible that her first name was actually Lamira and that she died in 1897, not 1899? There is a stone for a Joseph H. Haynes (10/11/1816 to 3/01/1892), whose wife is given as Lamira (8/15/1819 to 3/08/1897). Other Haynes buried in the lot are Stephen, John H. and Elizabeth. In another block of the cemetery there are two Haynes, Hazel G. and Clarence Burr. I have photographed all the graves except Hazel's and Clarence's. Let me know whether or not you think this Lamira could be your Susan.
|Dyane||Cedar Grove photo request|
I saw your note on your photo request at Cedar Grove. The request is for Charles Helfrich, which already has a photo, but in your note you are looking for a Hunt family. If you are looking for Hunts I would recommend that you create memorials for them and then request photos for them. If you need plot info or dates, Cedar Grove has a nice website that allows you to search for free:
Added by Dyane on Nov 27, 2012 5:40 PM
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