|Dee Bremer (#47535030)|
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|I love doing genealogy. The cemeteries where my ancestors are buried are small in comparison to many but hold tons of family history and relationships. Going to the family cemeteries is like putting together a puzzle to me, to see how it all fits together. My family lines ended up in Macks Creek, Camden County, Missouri area where my parents both we born and raised. They came to that area in 1850-81, with some lines here before Missouri became a state. |
My main maternal lines are: Parrack, West, Stoufer, Kowertz, Doyle, Jackson, Street and Cypret
My main paternal lines are: Hunt, Meads, Varner, Horton, Reed, Doyle, Huffman, and Worthy.
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|Arlis Ross||louise eyth|
Are you sure this memorial shouldn't say Louis E. Eyth and not Louisa Eyth? I think the mason symbol was for the husband, eventhough Orell sounds to be a masculine name, I believe in this case it is the female. The reason I ask is that I have a gg grandmother who is Louisa Eyth and am also wondering if these people are my family.
Let me know what you think Thanks.
|Dina Schultz Lutjen||Clara Mary Jane Edwards Elliott|
Hi! Thank you for all the work you do:) Clara is a great aunt to my father. Her father is James Monroe Edwards, rather than James H. Jackson. Clara was born in 1876 & James Jackson was b in 1900 (so he could not be her father).
James Monroe Edwards' link is:
Her mother is Sarah Jane Scammahorn Edwards & her link:
|Bruce Boyd||Wests in Camden Co, MO|
Hello! I'm interested in the West family in Camden County, MO. Specifically my ggm, Rosa West Salsman is buried in High Point Cemetery, south of Montreal. Do you know if your Wests in Macks Creek are related to the Wests at High Point? Thanks, Bruce Boyd
|Jackie Welsh||THANK YOU|
Thank you for posting the pictures of Thomas and Mary Hart's grave markers. Jackie Welsh
|Patsy1945||Find A Grave Memorial# 72547024|
Sorry for the prior message being blank. Everett Parrack is the twin brother of our John Elmer Parrack and we wish to have him linked to his family. Not sure if you check your edit request tap, but we have already put through that request with some additional information.
Would appreciate it if you could process that edit. I also see that you are researching the Parrack family. We have been working to get the family linked and are making great headway. Check out the links, you will see what I mean.
Hi Dee, May I have your permission to use your photos, that pertain to my family, on my Ancestry Tree? Thanks wrmcferrin
|Patricia Holcomb||Audra Lewis Osborn|
Hi Dee, Going through some old pictures I found a picture of A.L. as a young navy man. I would like to post on his memorial but 5 is the limit. If you would remove one of the tombstone pictures you posted I could place the navy picture. Thanks, Pat Holcomb
|Vivian Kessler||Fonsa Clemmons photo|
Is it okay for me to use your photo of Fonsa Clemmons's grave marker at Hopewell Cemetery in my tree on ancestry?
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