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|Karen S. Lee (#48297700)|
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As a little girl my sister and I would go with our parents to cemeteries. Our Mom was a huge history buff and I think enjoyed looking at the different grave markers. Through the years as a child we would incorporate cemetery visits with our vacations. I can remember visiting cemeteries in Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Colorado. I have carried on this tradition much to the dislike of my children. Visiting cemeteries in Australia, Hawaii, Mexico, Germany, France and Switzerland. I also have restored an abandoned cemetery that was on our rural farm in Cass County, Mo. I find very interesting the different burial traditions of countries all over the world.|
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Frederick Family Cemetery
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|Valarie Vine||Alma Ann Renner|
I saw that you sent a note to Alma in 2016 on findagrave. I added her headstone this week at East Lawn Memorial Park (Sacramento) - she died in Oct 2015. Thought you might like to know.
|Vicki Tobias||RE: Dora Radar 89998288|
Hi Karen -
My apologies for not returning your message sooner. I haven't logged into this site for many months.
I transferred the entry to your account, per your request. Thanks!
|Member # 47526185||Memorial # 135284381|
You requested this memorial be moved to the Freeman Cemetery in St. Louis. I checked and there isn't a Freeman Cemetery in St. Louis or St. Louis County. Any further assistance you could provided would be appreciated.
|Anna Jaech||Ethan Allen Hitchcock Shepley, Jr.|
I have been looking high and low for Ethan A.H. Shepley, Sr. and cannot find a word about him. I might be confusing myself. I was raised in that part of MO known as Little Diixie, to this day a very Southern place. The tradition there is that a man is called Jr. only if his father is living. When the father dies, the Jr is dropped and the younger man becomes the II, or III or IV.
Cass county! That impresses me. I'm still half afraid of it today! I have some Stephens cousins in the Brady cemetey, but I suspect that is larger than you'd be able to clean yourself. How admirable that is!
|Keeping Time||Benjamin Hall|
Thank you so much for searching for Benjamin Hall!
|Nancy Stapp McCurdy||Blanche Stapp|
On the record of Blanche Stapp they have her mother's maiden name wrong. It was SNYDER not SUNDER. She is the older sister of my grandfather Elmer Lee Stapp b. 25 February 1894 in Ackworth, Warren County, Iowa d. 10 March 1965, buried in Floresville City Cemetery, Floresville, Texas. There parents were Francis Marin Stapp born in Cass County, Missouri, married Mary Jane (Mollie) Snyder 24 December 1888 in Warren County, Iowa. Sometime between 25 February 1894 and September 1900 when Mollie remarried Thomas Knotts in February 1900 and had a son William Lark Knots b. September 1900 in Marion County, d. 24 January 1981 Francis Marion disappears from our family tree. Francis Marion Stapp's parents are G.W. Stapp and Mary(could be Walters for a maiden name) and they were married in Jessamine County, Kentucky before they moved to Cass County, Missouri,
|Linda (Duncan) & Travis||Joan Tull|
Thank you for adding the information to Joan's page. I appreciate it.
Linda (Duncan) and Travis
|Sue McDuffe:)||Fred Capper #70402978|
"Please remove the NO MARKER FOUND photo for Fred as he is buried in another cemetery. Thanks."
|Jaime Crandell-Stapleton||RE: Sarah Williams Hoots|
Found the link is http://www.sos.mo.gov/images/archives/deathcerts/1917/1917_00036000.PDF to the death certificate. She's listed as Houts but it looks like Hoots. I think there is another Sarah Hoots already listed but I believe this to be another with the same name. Thanks for checking this out for me! Appreciate the hard work!
|susan shepherd||RE: Dorothy Lou Clarkson Harter|
wel then how do I transfer my mothers memorial to me
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