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K. Quentin Bremmer (#47654729)
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ken benner
Mamie Foor Tombstone
Hello Quentin, I would like to ask you if you know who fixed Mamie Foor' tombstone in Midway Cemetery? When I was there the stone looked like the one you have taken, today Aug. 9th 2014 I was there and seen someone had undug the grave out of the ground in which it had sunk into. Whoever done it I want to thank them for doing that as I had sometime wanted to see what I could do to make it look better as it looked like it was broken and just placed on top of the ground, but now it looks like it was just sunk way down into the ground and they dug it out and replaced it like it should. Thanks Ken Benner

Added by ken benner on Aug 09, 2014 5:24 PM

Catherine Smith Hall
RE: Orphan Train children
These are my cousins aunts and uncles. At the time she gave me this information she did not know where the 5th child lived in the state of Washington. I did receive a query through Ancestry from that family and gave them my cousin's name to contact. I didn't ask my cousin for the info that she learned at that time. My cousin did not want me to repeat what she had told me.

I don't know where two of the children are buried. I don't think I should be the one to publish this information. I sent it to you so that you would understand how traumatic it had to be for that family and why their names changed.

It bothers me because I know from my 92 years what it was like at the beginning of the depression years with no work for parents to feed and house their families. It could have been my sister and me that took that train ride.

Thank you for your interest. I may contact my cousin in the future for more information and her approval for what I have already posted. I don't think she will mind now that all the children are deceased. I am trying to link my relatives on Find A Grave as much as the information is available. I do like obituaries and seek them out.

Added by Catherine Smith Hall on Jul 29, 2014 4:56 AM

Carolyn Leverich Atkinson
Roy Courtright picture
Thank you so much for the picture of Roy's memorial. It is so very much appreciated.

Sincerely

Carolyn Leverich Atkinson
47114736

Added by Carolyn Leverich Atkinson on Jul 29, 2014 12:24 AM

toulouse
Lois Lieurance
Thank you so much for taking photo of Lois Lieurance!

Aimee

Added by toulouse on Jul 28, 2014 1:48 PM

Catherine Smith Hall
Orphan Train children
Thank you for correcting your Cornell children's memorials by linking to their birth parents.

Five of their children were taken from Geneva, NY late at night while asleep in the late 1920's, by train to New York City, then onto the Orphan Train to Missouri to be farmed out and raised by non relatives.

Some of the children were adopted, others did not have a good experience, but the birth family kept in touch with each other. There were 10 children in all, some born after the 5 were taken. Those were years when no agency was there to keep the family together when the father did not have work.

I am in the process of adding this family to Find A Grave using the records my cousin sent to me over the years. This is her family.

I thank you for your interest and the beautiful way you set the record straight.

Added by Catherine Smith Hall on Jul 25, 2014 3:59 AM

Tombstone Treasures
Erma and Cecil Lake
Hi,

Sorry this is late in coming!

Thank you for getting the photograph of Erma and Cecil's headstone.

Erma is my cousin through the Snow family, on my dad's side.

Great picture, thanks again!

Tombstone Treasures

Added by Tombstone Treasures on Jul 14, 2014 10:43 AM

Michael Jones
INFO PLEASE
I AM LOOKING FOR ANY INFO RE M.R. JONES AND NANNIE JONES IN ST JUDES CEMETERY MONROE MO. TK U MLJ LV NV

Added by Michael Jones on Jul 13, 2014 4:39 AM

Heather Cottrell
Greenwood
As always thank you for posting the rest of my photo requests at Greenwood. Your time is always appreciated.

Heather

Added by Heather Cottrell on Jul 04, 2014 8:42 PM

Tree Leaf
Marksburys Marion county MO
Hello. I was working on my Marksbury 'line' and I am trying to figure out whether the Emerson, Marion county, Missouri Marksburys are related to 'my' Marksburys.

I have some old newspaper clippings of incidentals pertaining to your Marion county Marksburys.

Thanks to an obit you posted I figured out your Mary Marksbury is not the one in my line; but I still think the two lines may be connected. Both originated in Kentucky etc.

So if you would like the newspaper clippings I have, post on my page and I will email you with those. Then you can delete this message if you wish.

I wasn't sure who among those who posted the Marion county Marksbury memorials might be related to them or interested. You mention doing work in that county.

Added by Tree Leaf on Jul 02, 2014 8:48 AM

Heather Cottrell
Myrtle and Roy Hoehne
Thank you for posting a photo of the Hoehne couple for me. I always appreciate your time. Soon you should have Greenwood all done right? :)

Heather

Added by Heather Cottrell on Jun 28, 2014 1:17 PM

Linda
Charles Robert Smoot Photo
Thanks so much for taking the photo, it looks very good. Linda 47061568

Added by Linda on Jun 28, 2014 8:10 AM

Becky Feaster
Lauck and Seyffer
Thanks, Quentin. Great pictures. Do you mind if I put these in my Ancestry tree, of course, giving you credit again?

Becky

Added by Becky Feaster on Jun 28, 2014 8:05 AM

Heather Cottrell
Carwells
Thanks very much for posting the photos for Fred and Lydia Carwell. I am connected to their daughter Ruth.

Heather :)

Added by Heather Cottrell on Jun 20, 2014 8:11 PM

Heather Cottrell
Harry Bohon
Thanks very much for this photo. Good to see you out posting photos again. I was concerned and hoped you were just busy and not ill! :)

Heather

Added by Heather Cottrell on Jun 10, 2014 8:07 PM

Janet de la Peņa
Grave marker photos
Your Grave Marker Photos and the effort to make them, are so very much appreciated. I am frequently surprised to review my memorials and find a newly placed marker photo! Thank you!

Added by Janet de la Peņa on May 24, 2014 1:47 PM

Gary L. Maize
Frank Wells Smith
Don't need the 1910, Frank A..

Added by Gary L. Maize on May 07, 2014 6:31 AM

Gary L. Maize
Greenwood Smith's
Quentin, can I have both Frank Smith's and Gay Smith and Dwight Smith. Thanks Gary.

Added by Gary L. Maize on May 07, 2014 6:25 AM

UncleVanya
RE: Alexander Crane family links
Hello Sir,

I added the links some time ago but I don't believe that I responded to you. Alex and Sarah were my grandmother's (Hazel) foster parents. When I told my father that I was researching and entering this information he told me to do what I could for George Crane and his parents. That is why I originally entered the grave record.

George

Added by UncleVanya on Apr 12, 2014 12:05 AM

J E Strotman
Mary Hudson # 28354788
Im sorry, I guess thanking you for your photo got pass me, and I want to let you know how very much thankful I am for your time. This photo was able to show my gg grandfather was married 2 times. Kind of funny when so many didn't know and the discussions would take us many hours searching and discussing options into the night

Thank you for what you do
julia

Added by J E Strotman on Mar 26, 2014 7:12 AM

Pam Witherow
RE: Nellie Hayes
Yes, Nellie Holman married Dr. Christian Peter Glahn II (1874-1920) November 3, 1909--I don't know where for sure, could be either Knox or Marion County perhaps. His Memorial number is 82115759. If you'd like to link them you can do that which ever way you wish, perhaps through her since she was married more than once. However, I don't know who Mr. Hayes was. I thought it unusual when I looked at Nellie's Memorial to have both married names on the stone, but understood why, I am sorry I did not elaborate further than just giving you the maiden name. I know you couldn't read my mind!! Duh!! :-) If you have access to ancestry.com you will find Christian and Nellie in the 1910 and 1920 Census in Marion County. Quentin, if you need more let me know, I have a tree full of info for the Glahn's and would be willing to look to see if there is anything in it that would help.

Added by Pam Witherow on Mar 05, 2014 6:24 PM

Chloe
Parmenis Marlow
Wow, what a monument! Thank you for posting the great photo!
Best regards,
Chloe Perdew

Added by Chloe on Mar 03, 2014 12:49 PM

Chloe
Parmenis Marlow
Wow, what a monument! Thank you for posting the great photo!
Best regards,
Chloe Perdew

Added by Chloe on Mar 03, 2014 12:49 PM

Doris Falkenheiner
Francis Arthur Dent, #101307472
I believe that this man was the son of my great uncle, Francis "Frank" Dent (Find A Grave #68886573) who died in 1916 and was buried in the Poplar Bluff Cemetery, Poplar Bluff, Butler County, MO.

Please add a link to Francis "Frank" Dent.

Thanks,

Doris Falkenheiner

Added by Doris Falkenheiner on Feb 27, 2014 3:53 PM

Christopher N Cooper
Henry Kempf #96767636
I don't think that I had ever gotten around to thank you for adding the picture of Henry Kempf.
Sorry about that and I ask you to forgive me for that. I am very grateful for your help and thank you kindly! This was very helpful for my research!!

Thanks and Take Care,
Christopher Neal Cooper

Added by Christopher N Cooper on Jan 29, 2014 3:21 PM

Chris Hines
Clark Johnston
Please link Clark W Johnston to his parents; father is Clark Johnston #62063099 and mother is Cora Johnston #62063222. Thank you. He is my husband's uncle.

Added by Chris Hines on Jan 25, 2014 3:40 PM

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