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|Judy Mayberry Belford (#47116418)|
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|I, too, began family research nearly forty years ago, before the internet exploded our options and resources. Now that I've found Find A Grave, I've become addicted to preserving the information found on older monuments that are weathering away and linking families together.|
Most of my memorials involve extensions of my (huge) family lines, Civil War soldiers, and other older fragile monuments.
My own lines include BAUMAN, BIRI, BONE, CHABOT, DALTON, DODIER, JOLLY, LaROSE, LORE, MAYBERRY, NAEGER, RHYNE, RICE, STOREY, and TONGUAY in Missouri counties Madison, Perry, Ste. Genevieve, St. Francois, Washington,
Thank you to all the volunteers before me who have posted information on elusive family members.
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|Ruth Smith||RE: Rozier Family|
Thank you Judy for the offer to transfer but we are not related. In fact, we have no family members buried here in Cape or even in Missouri. All of our family are buried in Arkansas or Louisiana and some wonderful people in these states have helped us there. Ruth
|Ruth Smith||Rozier Family|
Just thought you might want to know that because of your hard work in establishing memorial pages for Carlisle Rozier and Alice Rozier, we were able to link them with their daughter, Anne Rozier Bradshaw who is buried here in Cape Girardeau at Cape County Memorial Park Cemetery. I do so appreciate people like you who have worked so hard to help others on find-a-grave. A young lady named Brenda Johnson has taken on the job of photographing all the graves at Cape County Memorial. I volunteered to help her by taking pictures in the mausoleum. She is doing a great job and it is quite an undertaking. Sure makes you appreciate others, like you, who have also contributed. Thanks again. Ruth Smith
|Lynette Sportsman||RE: Isaac Coleman & Emma Aubuchon|
|Timothy Tumbrink||Helen M. Rice|
Thank you for the transfer. I wasn't expecting this but I'll take it as her 3 son(s) are all police officers with the Saint Louis Police Department. John died in a house fire trying to rescue his wife. Very sad story.
|Tami Glock||RE: Bacon-Defoe Cemetery|
Manchester, Missouri 63011 Historical Cemetery
Burials indexed: 2
GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 38.608695, Longitude: -90.519559
Bacon Cabin is the site of two tombstones but the actual burial sites are unknown. The historic log cabin is located on Henry Road between Clayton and Manchester Roads.
|Lynette Sportsman||RE: Ruth Coleman|
Thank you. Emma was his daughter. Next time would you be willing to take a picture of his and Emma's graves?
|Rita Hicks DonCarlos||Clarence Forshee|
Thank you for the info on Clarence Forshee. He may very well not have a headstone.
I appreciate your taking the time to find out.
|Lynette Sportsman||Ruth May Elliott/Coleman|
Do you have any idea where Isaac Coleman's Wife Ruth May Elliott/Coleman is?
|Lynn||John Henry Lowery (#47192667)|
Thanks for the clarification in regard to John Henry's parents. I'm so glad you let me know.
I've updated his memorial, as well as the ones for his parents. I appreciate your help!
Added by Lynn on Jun 30, 2017 6:25 PM
|Pat LaCroix||Mildred Belle (Bowling) Loker|
Just noticed that you have Mildred entered twice on FindAGrave in the Pleasant Hill cemetery. Just thought you would want to know
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