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Jared Kelly (#46638781)
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Sorry that was the name cemetery and then plot that was given to me...
Added by rrpjs on Aug 31, 2016 5:17 PM
Diane Hurst
Edits for Merle Dutton Kelly
Hi Jared,

Thank you for the edit for the birthplace of Merle Dutton Kelly. His obituary in the Hutchinson News says he was born in Runnymede, Kingman County, Kansas. Because Runnymede isn't an option for Kingman county in the Find A Grave tool, I assumed it was a ghost town. Since receiving your edit request I have Googled it which resulted in discovering Runnymede was actually in Harper County near the Harper/Kingman County line. It's hard to know if the author of the obit meant near Runnymede in Kingman county or he/she just didn't know which county the town had been in. Either way it was some distance from the city of Kingman.

Do you have documentation to support the city of Kingman as his birthplace? Please let me know your thoughts....
Added by Diane Hurst on Jul 02, 2016 5:29 PM
Douglas Custard
RE: Sargeant Amos Jefferson Custard
Above Sgt Amos Jefferson Custard's picture it should say transfer Management. Click on it. It will take you to a page that say Transfer Management of Sgt Amos Jefferson Custard to Contributor ID#. My contributor ID# is 47479867
Added by Douglas Custard on Aug 01, 2011 7:45 AM
Douglas Custard
Sargeant Amos Jefferson Custard
Hi, Sargeant Amos Custard is my 2nd Great Granduncle ca you please give over the management of his Memorial over to me. By the way I read in the introduction of the book Custer and Company: Walter Camp's notes on the Custer Fight edited by Bruce Liddic, Paul Harbaugh, and Jack D. McDermott that Sargeant Amos Custard and his detachment of soldiers who died and were buried at the Battle of Red Butte were disinterred in the Fall of 1899 and sent for reburial at Fort D.A. Russell which is know the Francis E. Warren Air Force Base.
Added by Douglas Custard on Jul 31, 2011 4:38 PM
 

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