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|Hello! I'm Lorren, a retired forester and now cartographer living in MO. My interests are in my family and ancestors. The family names are Leatherman, Davis, Dickey, Hobbs, Brown, Chase, Barnes and McKill. These families came from Germany, England, Scotland and Ireland to PA, NY and MD then west to OH, IL and KY to MO and KS.|
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|Sue Henry||Maude Blinderfield|
Hi, I just wanted you to know that I've changed the photo order like you asked. If you know any family, or even know the family, I would do a transfer to you. The photos are beautiful, and the memorial should be with someone who can add and change things. Just let me know. Sue
|j miller; AKA-: thestonehunter||Charles E. Brown|
Sorry it took so long
|Sisters Three||Brown Requests for Laurel Hill|
I searched the Block and Lot numbers that you have in your photo request (which match the Block and Lot numbers that are in the book that I have) and was unable to find individual stones for the people that you requested. I posted pictures of what I believe to be the family's lots. Also posted one of Kate's which is outside the stone enclosure.
|Mary Achterhof||Find A Grave Memorial# 12688987|
I found this article about this lady. Maybe you can post to her memorial. Thank you. Mary
Article from the Abilene Daily Reflector, Abilene, Kansas, 30 October 1888 reads...
Mrs. Louisa J. Brown was born February 12th, 1830 in Scotia County, Ohio, moved to Mason County, Illinois, in January 7th, 1849. She came to Dickinson County, Kansas, with her family in January, 1883, and died at their home in Willowdale Township October 26th, 1888, aged 58 years, 8 months, and 14 days, leaving her husband, three sons and three daughters to mourn their loss but her eternal gain.
Eight motherless children were cared for by now motionless hands, and shared equally with her own.
Mother Brown was a real christian lady, and has won a host of friends who now bear testimony to her noble character. The bereaved have the sympathy of the entire community. The remains were laid to rest in the Solomon City Cemetery. F.L.S.
|mw||RE: re John Rice Hobbs|
Sent you an email. Thanks, Marie
Added by mw on Nov 02, 2016 6:22 AM
|mw||re John Rice Hobbs|
I was reading the information you had wrote about John Hobbs. Do you think they would have been buried in a cemetery. I messaged the person that created a memorial since I noticed she had several Hobbs with unknown burials. Thanks Marie
Added by mw on Oct 31, 2016 5:44 AM
|Donna||Cope Family Photos|
Thank you so much for sharing the photos of the Cope family on Find a Grave. My 2 x grandparents are Stanley Cope and Eliza Roark Cope. You have a number of photos of them and some of their descendants that I have never seen before. Do you have any additional photos? It is such a treat to see such great photos of family.
Thank You again!
Added by Donna on Oct 16, 2016 6:29 PM
|mw||RE: Chase family|
I hope you enjoy the memorial page for JP Chase. Just added it with a photo of the area. I just remembered I took several of these when we were in Victor, Co looking for his grave. It seemed so fitting. Marie
Added by mw on Sep 14, 2016 8:44 PM
|mw||Walter and Lottie Laney|
Thanks for taking the photo of their stone. It means a lot to the family. Marie
Added by mw on Sep 13, 2016 9:20 PM
|mw||RE: Chase family|
Thank you for your response. My husbands family is related. His grandmother was Ruby Laney Young. Her parents were Walter and Lottie Laney. Marie
Added by mw on Aug 22, 2016 7:31 PM
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