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K. Quentin Bremmer (#47654729)
 member for 4 years, 6 months, 13 days
Gary L. Maize
Lucy Paugh - Terill Cemetery
Quentin, Lucy may be Louisa Jane Orton, wife of Alonzo. Born 1855. Have no deathdate now.
Have not found her name on any listing I have.
George could be their child??

Added by Gary L. Maize on Apr 23, 2016 7:43 AM

robert lewis hawkins, sr.
son 101895098

father is:
Mark c.Hawkins
Evangel Bristow

please add

Added by Sandra on Apr 03, 2016 1:17 PM

Mark c hawkins

Please connect to father:
86457618 Jospeh lewis Hawkins

and mother

Sarah Orinda Cooper

Added by Sandra on Apr 03, 2016 1:09 PM

evangel hawkins
Please connect to husband
Mark c Hawkins 101895096

Added by Sandra on Apr 03, 2016 1:06 PM

Tree Leaf
RE: Sorry for the delays
No problem whatsoever. You've always been great to 'work with' on the pages.

Sorry for all that you and your family are going through.

Will check through past sent edits next week.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Added by Tree Leaf on Mar 26, 2016 10:35 PM

Photo of stone of Lacy Morris #77872450
Hello - I have been informed that the photo of the stone you uploaded to Lacy Morris #77872450 is actually the stone of his wife. Specifically she wrote:

"This is the stone of his first wife wife, Sarah. I've seen this broken stone & read/transcribed it. It is not Lacy's. If you look really close at the top it says, 'wife of'. Her name, Sarah, is broken off but should have been photographed because its close to this part of the stone. "

That first wife Sarah is at this memorial #77871811 Could you please delete the photo from Lacy and add it to Sarah? And, evidently I have Lacy in the wrong place but I didn't want to delete this duplicate memorial without saving your headstone photo of Sarah. Thank you

Added by janicet on Mar 12, 2016 8:03 AM

Pam Laning
Hi there! You were nice enough to set up a memorial for one of my great grandmothers, Kate Robinson Patterson, #86686054, and even added a pic. Can't thank you enough.

Recently I started doing serious work on the women in my family tree. And just recently I was able to crack Kate's code! Thus, I would like to make a couple changes and additions to her Find A Grave page.

First and foremost, I would like to update her maiden name to Robertson instead of Robinson. Robinson is the name I found in not only my family bible with her husband William, it's also in the Fleming Family Genealogy - her husband William Patterson's mother's family - her inlaws.

I suspect that the translation of her name occurred because that is what the family actual thought her last name was - not a big leap from one to the other! Possibly that is what is also in the cemetery records. When she died, her brothers and other family had moved on already so no one was there to correct William if he spelled it one way instead of the other. And the children were young when she died so they all took William's word, and thus recorded that name in the bible. But the census records as well as the marriage records indicate Robertson is the correct spelling. I would like to have both names noted in the information section for those looking for her in the future.

Additionally, Kate is found most often in the official records under her full name of Catherine instead of Kate. I also discovered that Catherine is actually the middle name - she was named Pamela (like me!) but never used that name as she grew. So, officially, her name is Pamela Catherine 'Kate' Robertson Patterson.

And I'd like to give her a birth date. Based on the consistent census responses and her headstone, she was born in Kentucky in 1843. When she died in 1880, it was one month after the census was taken where she stated she was 37, which jives with all but one of the other census dates (only one gave 1844). If the missing 'months' on her stone is a number of 10 or 11, that easily places her birth in 1843 yet she could still be 36 years old and on the cusp of her birthday when she did the census and then died, easily accounting for the 37 on the census and 36 + something on the headstone.

Thank you again for taking the time to photograph the stones and post them with the information you have gathered. I know how much time that takes - I've uploaded a good share of photos of stones here mself - and it is invaluable to genealogists like me! Thank you thank you!
Pam Laning

Added by Pam Laning on Mar 10, 2016 11:48 PM

Tree Leaf
Hello - After some further thought if you still would like to transfer the Schaller pages to me I would love to have them.

Thank you.

Added by Tree Leaf on Feb 23, 2016 1:53 AM

Mary Clarkson Turek
Clarkson/Callahan Family
Hi Quentin,
I want to thank you for the transfers of my relatives.
I appreciate so much the work you do for FindAGrave. I know there is a lot of time and money involved in going to cemeteries and taking pictures, adding them to the site. Just know that what you do will matter in years to come for so many.

Mary Clarkson Turek

Added by Mary Clarkson Turek on Jan 20, 2016 11:51 PM

Tree Leaf
Hello - I have thought about this further and then I keep logging out before sending this thought.

I think it is OK to simply edit the phrase to the following:

"took place at 12 o'clock, noon" or similar to that..."took place at 12 o'clock, p.m." (They used smaller case then.)

On second thought, however, I do think the original accurate, as they sought to differentiate AM from PM or noon from midnight although, common sense, no funeral would be given at midnight. So it's clunky regardless.

But, I think that might have been their thought.

Added by Tree Leaf on Jan 03, 2016 12:51 PM

Tree Leaf
Query, re: Viola
Thank you so much for posting the obit(s) and for the query.

I searched for her on the database again but this time that particular obit did not come up. That often happens as that search engine is a bit wonky- many things come up accidentally via other searches, and (or, since), if the ink is a bit smudged it can misread the name, etc.

I believe that must have said 'forenoon' as I seem to recall that word and it's a word they were fond of using in those days.

I try to type exactly as I find things (other than obvious 'typos' that would make everyone look silly, but which are rare), because their style, punctuation, paragraph breaks, capitalization and even spelling, use of hyphens etc. can differ so much, to today.

One thing I do change is the word "employe" no one spells it that way today and everyone would think it a typo. I suppose they only used "employee" then for the feminine usage, similar to "fiance/fiancee."

Sorry, I digress; if I find the original I will revisit the query but it is either an overlook by the writer or editor, or on my part. I sometimes type for 10-12 hours straight...Am afraid I get a bit bleary.

So I can't say for sure but that likely was meant to say "forenoon." My apologies.

And Happy New Year by the way.

Added by Tree Leaf on Dec 31, 2015 9:36 AM

Tree Leaf
RE: Thank you
Thank you very much. I have noted your kindness in the past, and appreciate it very much.

So we both have Schallers in our tree. How interesting! I didn't know any of this before I began exploring my roots about 5 years ago, and now, I find that often I share roots with a lot of people who hail from the same area.

Thank you for your generous offer. I will have to take another look at my tree and see which ones I have info I'd like to continue adding etc., but it's such an interesting line. Tempting offer!

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas.

Added by Tree Leaf on Dec 25, 2015 5:14 PM

Tree Leaf
Thank you
Thank you so much for adding the biographies to the Schallers' pages. And for the credit.

Happy Holidays.

Added by Tree Leaf on Dec 24, 2015 9:02 AM

Mattie Robinson
Is it possible that James Byrd Williams born 1817 died 1882 is buried in the Palmyra cemetery? His wife was Patience Mahala. I have his death in Polk Co. A cousin has him elsewhere. I see you have a J.T. Williams in Palmyra. I am at a loss. Thanks!

Added by Mattie Robinson on Dec 13, 2015 7:53 AM

Susan & Dave
Mary Love Wallace 1853-1882
I am hoping you will permit me to copy the great photo of Mary Love Wallace to be placed in my family tree. Thank you for your consideration in this matter and thank you for all the volunteer work you do.

Added by Susan & Dave on Nov 27, 2015 9:44 AM

Kari Olson
Headstone photo for Wm Clayborn Pickett
Hi , I hope you will allow me to use this lovely photo on my family tree on Ancestry. Please let me know, about this and others of the family. I always give photo credit and do this with permission. Thanks for taking the photos and all the work you do on Find a Grave.

Added by Kari Olson on Nov 22, 2015 11:04 AM

Diana Caldwell
Bowman, Samuel #120698314
Hi Quentin - you posted a pic to Bowman, Irene #113378003. I was wondering if you would post it to her husbands memorial as well? Bowman, Samuel #120698314. This is in Fairmont Cem, Fairmont MO. Thank you, Diana

Added by Diana Caldwell on Oct 18, 2015 9:20 AM

Charles Howard headstone.
Hello, Quentin. I am interested in the headstone of Charles Howard, buried in Marion County, MO. He is supposed to be buried in Minor-Sand---- Cem in Hannibal. This Charles Howard was buried in Greenwood Cem, Palmyra, Marion Co, MO and was born after my Charles Howard (also spelled Harward) . Do you know of any other Harward/Howard surnames in either of these cemeteries? Is there a record in Marion Co, do you know for all the burials in these two cemeteries that would include Harward or Howard? I am looking to verify my Charles, who the headstone says died 1889, but should be 1883-it is difficult to red on the stone. Can you direct me to where I might inquire about seeing a list of burials in either of those cemeteries, with an address or email address? My Charles lived in Palmyra from after 1865 to his death in 1883, and this listing at Greenwood, might be a relative of my Charles that I am unaware of. Would it be common to live in Palmyra and be buried in Hannibal as the F-A-G site gives? I'm not sure ow far apart they are. Any help for a list of burials in either of those cemeteries would be most appreciated. Thanks , Dar at

Added by Kincatcher on Oct 02, 2015 10:50 AM

Virginia Partch
Memorial #88120629
I am looking for the grave of their daughter, Elizabeth B. Spratt, b. 22 Mar 1841; d. 9 Apr 1892 in Marion County, Missouri. She married John Wesley McKamey Memorial #138330195, who is buried in New Providence Presbyterian Cemetery in Benbow, Marion, Missouri. Can anyone help to find her site? Thank you!

Added by Virginia Partch on Sep 22, 2015 9:02 AM

A simple thank you:)
Some are grateful of your dedication and sacrifice of time.

Added by JohnRandolphPrinceWmVa on Sep 02, 2015 2:02 PM

Sometimes the essence of this poem does get miconstruded
Dear Ancestor
Your tombstone stands among the rest;
Neglected and alone
The name and date are chiseled out
On polished, marbled stone.
It reaches out to all who care
It is too late to mourn.
You did not know that I exist
You died and I was born.
Yet each of us are cells of you
In flesh, in blood, in bone.
Our blood contracts and beats a pulse
Entirely not our own.
Dear Ancestor, the place you filled
So many years ago
Spreads out among the ones you left
Who would have loved you so.
I wonder if you lived and loved,
I wonder if you knew
That someday I would find this spot,
And come to visit you.

Added by JohnRandolphPrinceWmVa on Sep 02, 2015 1:59 PM

Gary L. Maize
Mabel Kiefaber.
Can you link her to her parents or let me have maintenance. Franks Wells Smith 86174911, Ella Stetzel Smith 86174912. Also do the same for Dwight Smith, Greenwood d. Mar. 15, 1965 Thanks.

Added by Gary L. Maize on Aug 24, 2015 5:39 PM

Mom2 two
RE: Elizabeth Axie
Quentin, you are awesome! Thanks so much for correcting, Cousin!,,

Added by Mom2 two on Aug 10, 2015 11:57 PM

Mom2 two
Elizabeth Axie "Lizzie" Watson Green
Hi Quentin, Thank you for all you do!!

Is there a record stating that Martin L Winston is the father? My record show the father was Stephen B. Watson 1853-1911 and that Martin L Winston was Martha Almeda Crane Watson's 2nd husband prob married 1929-1930..

Thank you,

Added by Mom2 two on Aug 10, 2015 10:06 AM

Jerry Coffman
Glenwood Cemetery
I see where you have taken many pictures of stones in Missouri and I wonder if you are close to Glenwood Cemetery in Schuyler County, Mo.?
If so, would you be able to get 2 pictures for me? I have asked for them the right way but no luck so far.
Jane Fruit # 50675492
Robert Bartlett # 108529771
Jerry Coffman

Added by Jerry Coffman on Aug 10, 2015 10:03 AM


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