Actions
Begin New Search
Refine Last Search
Cemetery Lookup
Add Burial Records
Help with Find A Grave

Top Contributors
Success Stories
Community Forums
Find A Grave Store

Log In
Advertisement
Cheryl White (#47328595)
 member for 6 years, 1 month, 27 days
Next
Reenie Winfrey Carlton
RE: Hubbarts
Cheryl,

That is right, sorry for all the mistakes,


Thanks
Reenie

Added by Reenie Winfrey Carlton on Sep 22, 2016 4:12 PM

Reenie Winfrey Carlton
Kansas
Cheryl,

The number for the father is the right one.
But I left out a number for the Mother. The right
#100771121 is for Nellie E. "Linton" Hubbart

Sorry for the confusion.

Thanks
Reenie

Added by Reenie Winfrey Carlton on Sep 20, 2016 4:12 PM

Reenie Winfrey Carlton
Hubburd
Cheryl.

I just sent you info on Edit button, on Earl Hubburd, please disregard that, The parents are Father #129535966, mother is #10077121

Thanks

Reenie

Added by Reenie Winfrey Carlton on Sep 19, 2016 3:00 PM

Alice Cain
Nora Schwinn Ferguson
I have something that is more or less private about my Grandmother's Find-A-Grave that I would like to explain to you and get your thoughts. Please contact me at alicecain54@yahoo.com

Added by Alice Cain on Sep 19, 2016 1:18 PM

Connie Young
RE: Kelley family at Mount Hope, again
Great news. Thanks for finding Anna which helps to find others.

Connie

Added by Connie Young on Sep 17, 2016 9:38 PM

Bradley Hutson
RE: William R. Nungester
Cheryl,

Thank you! I've added the obituary I found online, as well as created (incomplete) records for his parents. Hopefully Bill's daughter will be able to fill in some of the missing information for me!

Brad

Added by Bradley Hutson on Sep 15, 2016 5:32 PM

K. White
RE: Charles Allen Mills
I found Charles Mills' obituary interesting and very informative about how postal routes were developed. I'm glad I was able to contribute to your efforts to document histories for the Mount Hope Cemetery.

Added by K. White on Sep 14, 2016 7:16 AM

Texas Roots
RE: Shannon Wallace Berry
Thank you!

Added by Texas Roots on Sep 13, 2016 9:11 AM

Connie Young
RE: Thomas C. & Rachel Jane Kelley
No I don't know when she died either. I suspect that the are all in the same place as they had lived there for a long time. Both of the daughters were also near them. I hope that you can find a notice in the newspaper.

Added by Connie Young on Sep 10, 2016 7:43 PM

Edith Guynes Stanley
RE: Ethe Stone Cryer
Thanks for adding the obit and all the edits.
I drive by the house where the Cryers lived in Borger every day, and have often wondered where they had moved. Mr. Cryer was superintendent when I first started to school in Borger in the 3rd grade after we moved here. Thanks for your good work on Find A Grave!

Added by Edith Guynes Stanley on Sep 06, 2016 12:31 PM

Marian
RE: John Francis
The Montee family are connected to my Mullen family through Martha Jane Purdum who was married to Andrew Jackson Mullen. They are collateral lines. Martha Jane Purdum's parents were Samuel Purdum and Rebecca Tullis. Samuel Purdum then married Elizabeth Ann Tullis and one of their children, Mary Emaline Purdum married Francis Marion 'Frank' Montee. Rather a round about way!!!

Always enjoy sharing!

Marian Parsons

Added by Marian on Sep 05, 2016 1:20 PM

Barry Michie
RE: Lucy Stratton Platt Harshbarger
Thank you for the message. Glad to help out. The Platts are such an interesting and important family in Kansas history. I'm working on a short bio of Lucy's uncle, Jeremiah Evarts Platt, to send to his memorial's manager. He came to Wabaunsee with brothers Enoch and Luther Hart Platt in 1856 and helped found the Beecher Bible and Rifle Church. Much in the thick of the Free State movement and the Underground Railroad - plus helping to found Lincoln College (now Washburn Univ.) in Topeka, on faculty of Kansas State and so much activity in Congregationalist church work.

I think I may have mentioned our genealogy society is housed in Jeremiah's home he built in Manhattan, Ks., in 1871.

Best, Barry

Added by Barry Michie on Sep 04, 2016 3:31 PM

Jeannette Marie Phipps Bell
RE: Ethel Marie Jacobson Mischke
Thank you for your wonderful work. I am new to all of this but having such a great time learning and finding family everywhere.

Added by Jeannette Marie Phipps Be... on Sep 02, 2016 6:45 PM

CARRM
RE: Noble Bradley
Thanks

Added by CARRM on Sep 02, 2016 5:46 AM

BJordan
RE: Opal Wiles
There was another Opal Wiles right by the two Wiles I just added photos of I had to add her to the cemetery page if you're interested in that one too.

Added by BJordan on Sep 01, 2016 1:59 PM

Peggy Mac
George W. Greene and his wife, May Sneegas Shelton
Hi Cheryl,
I appreciate you letting me know about the updated information on their memorials.

I have a genealogy book from 1994 that has information on the Sneegas family in Lawrence, they're my husband's family. I've been posting information from book, "The Zehrbach, Zearbaugh, Cearbaugh Family History", on WikiTree and Find-A-Grave. Here's a link to May Sneegas' profile, in case you're interested.

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Schneegoes-2

I realize her name is hard to keep track of.....Wiki-Tree tries to use the birth name, not just the Americanized version.

Thanks again,
Peggy

Added by Peggy Mac on Aug 30, 2016 12:30 PM

j*
William Rush (Bill) Kuykendall
Hi, Cheryl!

THANKS for the update, Dear! :) ANY information is ALWAYS helpful!

I appreciate all your hard work!

GREAT to hear from YOU! Have a WONDERFUL WEEK! :)

j*

Added by j* on Aug 30, 2016 1:56 AM

David Haspert
RE: Lydia Christine Herman Cornish
Hi Cheryl -- You are correct, Lydia's no. 156340352 maiden name should be Herrmann. I added her 1918 marriage notice that had her maiden name spelled this way as well. Can you please make the correction. -- Thanks, Dave

Added by David Haspert on Aug 29, 2016 6:39 AM

Larry & Nancy Brooks
RE: Evan & Vida McKinley
Thanks Cheryl.
How can get a memorial transferred to me if I'm just a friend and the manager will not update. The name is spelled wrong, both maiden and last names. I'm thinking the manager is no longer active. Thanks, Nancy

Added by Larry & Nancy Brooks on Aug 27, 2016 6:45 AM

Joe Gibbens
My edits
My problems started when I posted edits and they didn't go away...they were still there to post. However when I checked they in fact had posted but were still there waiting to be posted also.
Joe

Added by Joe Gibbens on Aug 25, 2016 7:27 PM

Joe Gibbens
Transfers
As far as I know the last ones worked but I'm staying out of Find A Grave until they tell me it's fixed. Do your edits work? Why would this only be me?
Joe

Added by Joe Gibbens on Aug 25, 2016 3:41 PM

Joe Gibbens
My edits
Cheryl- My edits are under voluntary suspension right now. Findagrave can't figure out why they aren't working correctly. I'm awaiting word to do my current edits.
Joe

Added by Joe Gibbens on Aug 25, 2016 3:20 PM

Alvin Poole
RE: William Rush Kuykendall
Could you add this also to his father Henry, 91562990?

Topeka Daily Capital, 29 May 1902, Thursday

Henry Kuykendall Dead.
Ages Citizen Dies Unexpectedly At His Home East of Topeka.

Henry Kuykendall died yesterday morning at his residence, one mile east of Vinewood park. Although he had been confined to his bed for several weeks, the end came quite unexpectedly. Mr. Kuykendall was born in Palestine, Crawford county, Illinois, April 5, 1818, and was 84 years old. He came to Topeka in 1870, and has lived in Shawnee county ever since. He leaves six children, J.A. Kuykendall of Slat Lake City, L. Kuykendall of San Diego, Cal.; Joseph and W. R. Kuykendall of Topeka, Mrs. C.O. Wood of Freedom, O.T., and Mrs. H. R. Rice of Topeka. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Bethel church.

P.S. are you related to the Kuykendall's? Alvin

Added by Alvin Poole on Aug 25, 2016 6:38 AM

Alvin Poole
RE: William Rush Kuykendall
Thank you ever so much, appreciate the work you do. God's Blessings to you. Alvin 47244491

Added by Alvin Poole on Aug 25, 2016 6:04 AM

Adrienne Beth Nelson
RE: Dr. Bernard Pryor
Thank you for informing me of this, I think that is spectacular! He certainly lived a very full life with many accomplishments. It is nice to know that he is not forgotten.

Added by Adrienne Beth Nelson on Aug 19, 2016 11:05 PM

Next
 
 

Privacy Statement and Terms of Service