|Chariton County Historical Society||Josephine Thomas|
We do not find any grave marking for Josephine Thomas at Fawks Cemetery, Chariton County, Missouri.
|Carol J||RE: Headstone photo|
I took individual photos up close of each person on the headstone. If you would like I could go back one day next week weather permitting and take a photo of the complete headstone and post it for you. Thank you Carol J
Added by Carol J on Jul 07, 2017 2:49 PM
|Susan||RE: Thank You Again!|
Some of the graves in the cemetery are concealed, broken and everything else. We just made a major effort to get it cleaned up. We are working on the fence now, but it was again so overgrown when we went. Wet it and Forget it just came out with some stuff to clean the tombstones. They all have moss, and vines growing on them. I will make an effort to get a better picture. we do not know anything about her family.
Added by Susan on Jun 11, 2017 7:40 PM
|Sandy Sanders||RE: Thank You!|
With pleasure. I have a lot of family there too but have just recently moved back home. Let me know anytime I can help. 🙂 Sandy
|Bonnie Shirley Amery||Elisha & Ailsey Thomas at Old Pleasant Park|
Dear John Paul Baremore,
Thank you for the following words: "Sure appreciate you posting the gravestones for Elisha and Ailsey Thomas out at Old Pleasant Park Cemetery."
I cannot help but ask how Elisha and Ailsey are related or important to you? I ask because Elisha's 2nd wife is my 2x great grandmother. She married a 3rd time to Andrew Jackson Street, my 2x great grand father.
Please forgive me for rambling on, but I have always thought it a good thing that Elisha was buried beside his first wife and that 2x grandma saw to it or approved of the location. It was a thrill for me to find Elisha's headstone.
I cannot help but add a thank you for the wonderful photos that you are sharing. I do not recognize any of them, but they make each memorial take on a new reality. Please continue to share.
Bonnie Shirley Amery
|NEVER EVER FORGET......||RE: Ann Isabella is John's Daughter.|
Hello, wow what a lot of info...I am in the process of photographing that area where John is and my camera died and did not get to do the area...I will be going back there and I will take some more photos....it is sad that alot of the stones have weathered away beyond knowing who they are and that is really sad....when I get the photos I will let you know...thks again for the info, geno history is a big thing for me even if it is not my family line....thks again
|Cyndi Fletcher||RE: Thank You Again!|
You are more than welcome! My maiden name is Jackson so I have a vested interest in their tombstones myself!
|NEVER EVER FORGET......||John McNeill|
Their is a grave next to John's, a Ann Isabella McNeill (1802-1817) is this any relations to John? thks again...
|NEVER EVER FORGET......||RE: Thank You!|
You are welcome, I was there looking for a grave and ran across this one.....I am glad that the clearer pic of the stone helped....and yes the sandhills are bad on stones......Glad I was able to help...I am in the process of getting all the graves at Mt. Hope photograped, but it is sad that some you can not make out anything on the stone....Let me know if I can be of any help...
|Vauna Snyder Stahl||RE: Thank You!|
No problem. That cemetery was originally called Clark Cemetery. We photographed all the readable ones.
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