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Richard Parker (#47021994)
 member for 6 years, 7 months, 5 days
Dallas C Moore #57953829
Thank you for connecting Dallas Clark Moore & Ida May Eastwood Moore.

Added by IdahoFrank on Jan 30, 2015 11:02 AM

Mary Smith
John Johnson
Hi I have a question. You created a memorial for John Johnson yet the newspaper clipping on the site says he is not buried here. The newspaper clipping agrees with his death record? Could you help me figure this out?
Both the newspaper article and his death record say he was buried at the West Oakwood Cemetery
Thanks so much

Saint Charles Cemetery
Macon County
Missouri, USA

Created by: Richard Parker
Record added: Jan 01, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46233007

Added by Mary Smith on Jan 27, 2015 10:02 AM

samuel and sara masters Frazee
love you rant about transfers. i have been doing research for 40 years and people dont get how much love and time this takes. Do you perhaps have pics of the sides and back of the headstone for the above? 124223309/124223617. there is a small marker to the bottom right and i am curious about what that is.



Added by baref on Jan 18, 2015 10:28 AM

Ken Edmondson
Judy Marie Foster
Hello Richard,
Judy Marie Foster your Find A Grave Find A Grave Memorial# 110816522 already has a Memorial on Find A Grave Memorial# 92863661. She listed under her last husband's name Mallen in the Orient Cemetery. So since you are a rule stickler you may want to delete yours as this makes two memorials or as Find A Grave rules say there shouldn't be duplicates.

My Best Ken Edmondson (#47145029)

Added by Ken Edmondson on Jan 16, 2015 6:54 AM

Candice xo
RE: James Copass
Yes! Thank you, I had forgotten and apologize. The holidays mess with my head. Candice

Added by Candice xo on Jan 07, 2015 11:10 AM

Candice xo
RE: James R. Copass 28820913
I don't have them linked on Find A Grave. Why are you mentioning this?

Added by Candice xo on Jan 07, 2015 7:47 AM

Ann Kerns-Marsh
Edith Totton-Mayse
37944042 Edith was my great grand uncle's wife. Could you please transfer her memorial to me UNLESS you are also a relative. If you a relative I have information to share if you'd like to share.

Thank you,
Ann Kerns-Marsh

Added by Ann Kerns-Marsh on Jan 04, 2015 12:02 PM

BJ Pennock
Penelope Randall dau. Of Enos 1744 - 1811
Dear Mr Parker,

I descend from Enos Randall b 1744 thru his son David b 1765 and his grandson Henry b 1795.

Thank you for the wonderful memorial that you've created for my ancestor. Your research notes are thorough.

I have additional information for Enos' daughter Penelope, if you wish to make an update to this memorial.

Penelope b 28 May 1766 Sussex Co, NJ
d 16 Dec 1853 Walpack, Sussex, NJ
Burial Dutch Reformed Church Graveyard, Peters Valley, Walpack, Sussex, NJ

1st marriage bef 1709 Henry Brink d abt 1797
2nd marriage 3 Sep 1798 Thomas Newman
4 daughters w/ Thomas: Sarah b 1799; Cynthia b 1801; Charlotte b 1802; Amy b 1805.

Sincerely, Bonnie Henderson Pennock
of the Lagrange Co, IN Randol branch
(My grandmother was Clara Belle Randol (1887 - 1988)

Added by BJ Pennock on Jan 03, 2015 7:40 PM

kenneth bailey
Change requested


Millard Elly Johnson Find A Grave Memorial# 45185258

AS HAVING WIFE Emily Adella Gill Lilly # Find A Grave Memorial# 27391304


She was my Great Grandmother also.


Added by kenneth bailey on Jan 02, 2015 6:28 PM

Candice xo
James R. Copass 28820913
Wondering if you are familiar/related to this family. Trying to figure out if this is the James R. Copass who was originally married to Annie Belle Campbell. Thx, Candice

Added by Candice xo on Dec 28, 2014 7:38 PM

RE: RE:FAG#16529246
Thank you so much. Sandy

Added by Sandy on Dec 28, 2014 11:59 AM

Linda Shepard Salzer
Thank you for posting memorials and photos for my paternal grandparents, Milton Shepard (# 48374120) and Gertie "Bernice" Rosbrugh Shepard (# 48374293). I respectfully ask for transfer of their memorials to me.

Added by Linda Shepard Salzer on Dec 27, 2014 5:24 PM

Jill Suzan Baker Franklin
Memorial #8320416. May I use your picture of Jill Franklin's headstone? Her youngest son is my son-in-law and I am working on their genealogy. Thank you, Collette.

Added by Collette on Dec 25, 2014 8:07 PM

Sarah Emma HOPKINS Payne: I would like permission to use your photos of Sarah & related family members on my Ancestry page. Thank you, Sandy

Added by Sandy on Dec 24, 2014 10:44 AM

RE: Wesley Powers- Memorial# 65361173
Richard, Thank you so much for the information on Wesley Powers.

Added by Doreen on Dec 18, 2014 9:11 PM

Wesley Powers- Memorial# 65361173
Richard, one of the volunteers searched the Partin Cemetery at Red Oak for this Wesley Powers, and could not find him. Would you have any more information on this grave site? I have physically searched half the cemeteries in Whitley Co. looking for him. Wesley is my 2nd great grandfather and a civil war veteran. I would love to have a photo of his stone if there is one.

Added by Doreen on Dec 18, 2014 7:59 AM

Cameron Herrell
RE: Hinrichs
Done. Thanks for seeing that, Richard.

Added by Cameron Herrell on Dec 16, 2014 10:00 AM

RE: Find A Grave Memorial # 72516490
Thanks for the reply. My Find a Grave number is 47802022. "TexasOpa" is my user name. The request is for my grandmother's older sister who died in her second year and was buried in Appleton City, Missouri. None of her siblings remember her because they were all born after she died.

So thanks again for finding and posting Anna's tombstone. You solved a big mystery for us.
Greetings from Texas,
David Ebert

Added by TexasOpa on Dec 15, 2014 5:41 PM

Find A Grave Memorial # 72516490
Anna M.T. Herrmann,# 72516490 born 1882 died 1883, was a younger sister to Rosetta Herrmann Baldwin, Rosetta is # 118477973. and she is my maternal GRANDMOTHER. I am manager of her memorial. My mother Mary Frances Baldwin EBERT is from Rosetta's first marriage to Charles Baldwin.

Thank you for posting the photo of Anna Herrmann's grave stone. This was a "brick Wall" in my research because family history said that the first child of William Henry Herrmann was stillborn and I had and I had no name.

Now I would appreciate it if you would transfer the care little Anna's memorial to me. Thanks,
David Ebert. a.k.a. Texas Opa, a member of Find A Grave. Email:

Added by TexasOpa on Dec 14, 2014 9:31 PM

Wills Cemetery
Floyd Pulse
Floyd Pulse already had two memorial on find A grave. You have added a third with a different spelling. Unfortunately Wills Cemetery has more memorial on find a grave then we have graves. Including people not interred there and people who are still living.

Wills Cemetery,

Jim Clark, Director

Added by Wills Cemetery on Dec 13, 2014 7:53 AM

Charles Nutt
Move Robison to Ralls County
Hello Find A Grave Member,

Vandalia Cemetery is divided in two parts / Audrain County & Ralls County
Cemetery notes and/or description:
This is not to be confused with the northern portion of this same cemetery which falls into Ralls County, Missouri. The Ralls/Audrain county line road divides this cemetery.

Please move all of these to Vandalia Cemetery, Ralls County. I have verified each one of these and they are all in the first row next to the Gravel Road that divides Audrain and Ralls.

Ernest Robison Memorial# 55357038
Nellie () Robison Memorial# 55357047

Charles Nutt

Added by Charles Nutt on Dec 11, 2014 11:52 PM

Doris Snyder
Thanks Richard. Pictures are great. I deleted my tacky ones. Doris

Added by Doris Snyder on Dec 10, 2014 10:21 AM

James Charles Rogers III
Is there any way that you can check her maiden name? I believe that it is; Poff. And not Poss. thx james

Added by James Charles Rogers III on Dec 08, 2014 8:47 PM

Karen Brewer
Isaac Samples
Hi Richard,
I believe this Isaac Samples was also buried in the Samples cemetery if you would like to add him. I am not related, just frustrated and decided to change directions for awhile and I'm picking on you! Ha!

Mr. Isaac Samples.

Death is no respector of persons
or seasons, and while so many were
happy in the pleasures of Christ-
mas-time, one home in our com-
munity was made sad by the hand
of death.
Mr. Isaac Samples, son of Mr.
John H. Samples, of Straight
Creek, who, for some time, has
been working in Pocahontas, con-
tracted typhoid fever, was removed
to the Elkins hospital, and, on
Thursday night, died unexpectedly,
at least so to his friends and fami-
His body was brought home,
those in charge arriving late Sat-
urday evening.
Isaac was the oldest son of the
family, being about 28 years of
age. He was industrious-a black-
smith by trade-and, by his ab-
stemious, moral life, set an example
which many young men would do
well to imitate.
He was a member of Monterey
Lodge, I.O.O.F., in good stand-
ing, and received not only kind at-
tention from the West Virginia
fraternity, but was buried by his
home lodge, Sunday, Dec. 29, in
the presence of one of the largest
crowds ever seen at a funeral in
that community.

Highland Recorder, Monterey, Highland
County, VA, January 03, 1908.
Provided by contributor, Karen Brewer

Added by Karen Brewer on Dec 05, 2014 10:49 AM

April Suggs
RE: Hill
James Charles Suggs,and Elizabeth Hill... They are my 3rd Great Grandparents... James was b. 1825 in Moniteau,he died Jan 28,1865 in Rock Island Union Prison Camp Illinois..hes buried there too. His father owned slaves.

My father William Charles, also went by Charles..I guess not to have confusion with all the Williams..I spoke to Joseph Lewis Suggs' wife a few yrs back, She told me William was carried into every line,so if i see the name they are most likely related, along with others,but mainly william. Her dau Carla Suggs is on my fb.

Nellie Eliza (Mae) Suggs , had a son named Carl that was adopted out to family. His dau Carla Lashley Humphreys is working on the Fewell lines in Missouri.
she is on my FB too.

My father's mother, Cora Dell Stringer June, was sister to William Greg Stringer, Bertha A White..Like Bertha's sons, who died in a car in a car accident outside of Raytown, my dad was also a Hemophiliac..a gene passed on from the stringer lines. It skipped my son,thankfully. My dad survived his motorcycle accident, but not the aftermath.. according to my gram, Elsie, the night bef his release, he bled to death in a coma. I was just abt 9 mos old, they didnt allow children in ICU, she was sneaking me in..shh dont

Martha Caroline Fewell, it was told to me by Carla, that Effie was of Indian Bloodlines...I also came across census of Birdsong being Indian in one, but when they arrived in Missouri, they said they was white

I havent done to much on the Hill Lines, I do know it a very old line with a lot of Royals..I believe it was Miles Allee, who was a Judge..and I did find in Masonic.

Added by April Suggs on Dec 04, 2014 9:03 PM


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