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shirleyw55 (#47027432)
 member for 13 years, 4 months, 17 days
Cemetery Walker
Tollevia Barker
Death Claims Mrs. Tollevia Barker At Home In City

Mrs. Tollevia Barker, a resident of Casper since 1907, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edison Hughes, 162 North Park, Saturday night, following a short illness.

Mrs. Barker was born in Winston, Mo., Oct. 1, 1856, and came to Casper in 1907. She was the wife of the late John Barker, who died here in Casper in 1917. The daughter is the only survivor.

Mrs. Barker was a Charter member of the Baptist Church of Casper and also the Baptist Aid Society.

Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Gay chapel with the Rev. Eugene M. Wilson, pastor of the First Baptist Church, in charge

Added by Cemetery Walker on Mar 25, 2010 11:32 PM

Cemetery Walker
Tollevia Barker
I found an obit for Tollevia. Would you like me to put it on here or e-mail it to you. She passed way on April 25, 1942. She is buried in the Highland Cemetery. Block 44, Lot 9, Grave 1. I will go out and look to see if John's name is on the headstone and take a picture of it.

Added by Cemetery Walker on Mar 25, 2010 3:01 PM

RE: Hekiah Cole and Elizabeth
You are welcome! Make sure to follow their son's link, because I got photos of his too.

Added by Chip5610 on Mar 25, 2010 1:37 AM

Cemetery Walker
John J. Barker
The link might not work. Go to I found his obit by typing in his name "John J. Barker". I also found it under "Tolleva". It is in the Casper Record on Feb. 20, 1917, page 3. It states they had one child named Maud. It doesn't say where he died other than at his home. More than likely it was in Casper. You might be able to get an uncertified copy of his death record from the Wyoming State Archives. You can get one for free from them, I believe.

Added by Cemetery Walker on Mar 24, 2010 11:26 PM

Cemetery Walker
John J. Barker
I live in Casper but the request has already been claimed. I do ask people if they want the obits for the person who they are requesting the headstone. I found the obit for John on It is the Wyoming Newspaper Project website. It give his exact birth date, death date stating it was in 1917. I hope this helps. This website has papers for Wyoming from 1891-1922 or around there.

Added by Cemetery Walker on Mar 24, 2010 11:34 AM

Ron Spicer
Seth Cole
I have the high resolution images of Seth W Cole's memorial. It's still difficult to make out. I forgot my rubbing stuff so I didn't get a rub of it but, I will next time I head over there. If you give me your email I will send you the high resolution images.

Added by Ron Spicer on Mar 21, 2010 11:15 AM

Debra Pagan
RE: 31674991
Cora is my 5th cousin 3x removed. Are you related too?? Her father William was my 4th cousin 4x removed. I am a decendant of the Raub/Raup family from PA. Let me know if you and I are connected. Thanks! You will find the name spelled differently in findagrave somewhere down the line someone didnt know how to spell it and it changed here and there. I'm also guessing that in Hungary / Germany where they came from it may have been spelled differently there too. So its hard to track down all the children of the decendants, but i'm still working on it (smile)

Added by Debra Pagan on Mar 21, 2010 10:45 AM

Debra Pagan
Cora B. King. Can you add info to her bio? Her maiden name was Cora Bell Raup born September 16, 1874 died March 01, 1965, daughter of William Raup and Mary Elizabeth Kunkel Raup you can find them on findagrave too.

Her husbnd was James H. King also at that same cemetery. If possible can you link them?

Thank you so much.

Added by Debra Pagan on Mar 21, 2010 8:17 AM

carolyn upshaw
RE: James Knox Polk Creason
I hope the new photo of James Knox Polk Creason is helpful.

Added by carolyn upshaw on Mar 20, 2010 9:54 PM

Juanita Millhouse
Thank you for the transfer of James and Susan Whipple

Added by Juanita Millhouse on Mar 17, 2010 1:36 PM

Juanita Millhouse
Find A Grave Memorial# 32420698
Find A Grave Memorial# 32420795
Find A Grave Memorial# 32420748
I would like a transfer of these as well they are my relation too.

Added by Juanita Millhouse on Mar 17, 2010 12:51 PM

Juanita Millhouse
Find A Grave Memorial# 32420842 Can you transfer this to me this is my 3rd great grandfather.

Added by Juanita Millhouse on Mar 17, 2010 12:48 PM

Juanita Millhouse
Find A Grave Memorial# 32420913 Can you transfer this to me she is my 3rd great grand mother.

Added by Juanita Millhouse on Mar 17, 2010 12:47 PM

Matthew Fatale
Hezikiah Luther
Sorry about that first message. I saw you added the above named person. I added his son Hezikiah Jr. and his son Simeon. If your interested.

Added by Matthew Fatale on Mar 16, 2010 7:33 PM

Matthew Fatale
Hexikiah Luther.

Added by Matthew Fatale on Mar 16, 2010 7:32 PM

Mark Johnson
RE: Clara and Earl Hornbaker
Thank you Shirley. Clara is the oldest sister to my wife's mother. There were 5 girls in all (Page Family) from 16 to 4 years old that were orphaned when their father died from food poisoning at the county fair and their mother died 4 years later from cancer in Waverly. Clara being the oldest did her best to keep the children together during those hard times. Clara at 20 married Earl and they both helped the girls. They all graduated from high school & raised families. My wife's mother even put herself through nursing school.
We appreciate the transfer.
Mark & Marilyn Johnson
Grants Pass, OR

Added by Mark Johnson on Mar 15, 2010 9:45 PM

Jenna Zunker
RE: Site and Ray County
The stone that reads Elijah Creason only said Elijah Creason and nothing else. Can I help you with anything else.

Added by Jenna Zunker on Mar 15, 2010 10:32 AM

Patsy Hittle Gore
Maude A DOLD (1879-1983) Grant Cemtery, Rome, Henry, Iowa
Thanks you very much for the use of Charles Mitchell & his wife Mary Ann LAMB tombstone Photo at Grant Cemetery, Rome, Henry County, Iowa.

Could I please have use of the Tombstone photo for their Granddaughter Maude A. Mitchell & her husband Arthur R. DOLD at the same Cemetery.

Grand Cemetery, Rome, Henry, Iowa. To Find A Grave:
Arthur R. DOLD b. Apr. 4, 1877 d. Oct. 2, 1957. Original Cem. Lot # 91, row 6. # 32420302
Maude A. Dold (14 Mar 1879 - 24 Dec 1983) wife of Arthur DOLD. #32410270. Original Cem. Lot # 91, row 6. To Find A Grave, Posted by Shirleyw55shirleyw60. 12/26/2008.

SSDI: Maude DOLD 14 Mar 1879 - Dec 1983 Burlington, Des Moines, Iowa. SSN: 549-34-4370 Issued Calif.

Thank you in Advance, appreciate you Sharing, Happy Digging from Alaska, Patsy Hittle Gore :)

Added by Patsy Hittle Gore on Feb 24, 2010 6:43 AM

Joan Collender
RE: Transfer
Yes, this was the right person. Thanks again.

Added by Joan Collender on Feb 23, 2010 2:55 PM

Joan Collender
Thank you for the transfer for Barbara Kay Seilaff.

Added by Joan Collender on Feb 23, 2010 2:01 PM

Patsy Hittle Gore
Charles MITCHELL (1834-1896) & his wife Mary Ann (1835-1895) Grant Cemetery, Iowa
Charles MITCHELL (1834-1896) & his wife Mary Ann Lamb (1835-1895) Grant Cemetery, Rome twp, Henry Iowa. I'm wondering if I may use your Tombstone Photo for use on my family tree on

Grant Cemetery, Rome, Henry, Iowa
Charles MITCHELL b. unknown d. Aug. 31, 1896 age 62 yrs 3 mo 3 days. (estimated birth: 28 May 1834). Original Cem. Lot # 38, row 3. # 32368951. wife:
Mary Ann MITCHELL b. unknown d. Aug. 8, 1895 age 60 yrs 7m 8d, (estimated birth: 1 Jan 1835). his wife. Original Cem. Lot # 38, row 3. Original Cem. Lot # 38, row 3.
Find a Grave, Tombstone Photo by shirleyw55/shirleyw60, 12/23/2008.

I Believe Charles MITCHELL is the brother of My great-grandfather John Mitchell (1836-1907) both children of Charles Mitchell Sr & Sarah J. McKee.

Illinois Marriage 1820-1900:
MITCHELL, CHARLES & LAMB, MARY ANN 1853-06-23 002/0031 KNOX.

I think Charles & Mary Ann Lamb MITCHELL granddaughter Maude A. (Mitchell) DOLD b. Mar. 14, 1879 d. Dec. 24, 1983 is the one buried at Grant Cemetery too.

Thank you very much, Happy digging from Alaska, Patsy Hittle Gore :)

Added by Patsy Hittle Gore on Feb 20, 2010 4:57 PM

RE: Your image
I wish I was that guy! One of my favorite Hollywood folks. You are the first one to have noticed "Moonlight Graham". I may have to change my image now!

As far as pictures, it is really difficult to control anything after it is put out on the Web, which is one reason I do not use my actual image.
(even though there is a close resemblance-haha)
So, I try not to worry about it too much. But, I do appreciate your thoughts and concerns.

Best regards.

Added by ADD on Feb 18, 2010 7:01 PM

RE: Name Corrected for a Cemetery
Post a correction in this thread in the forums:

Note that the forums require a separate enrollment from the main site.

Added by countedx58 on Feb 16, 2010 11:48 AM

Iva Dehn
Julia (Johnston) Cole's maiden name
Julia's maiden name is not "Johnson". It is "Johnston"

Berdine Cole married Julia Alice Johnston in Daviess County, Missouri.

Julia was the daughter of James Johnston and Sarah Castor (both from Ohio). James & Sarah are both at Winston Cemetery, Daviess County, Missouri. They are my great-great grandparents.

Added by Iva Dehn on Feb 15, 2010 1:05 PM

Glenn and Tracy Morrow
RE: Clinton Ferrel Cox
I found Phyllis Marie Cox born 31 Jan 1944 in Los Angeles county.
There is a family tree on that has a picture of Clinton Cox (1936-1938) and says he was born and died in Phoenix, Arizona.

Added by Glenn and Tracy Morrow on Feb 12, 2010 9:05 AM


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