|Joe Chrisman (#47202017)|
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My name is Joe Chrisman, I have been the Cemetery Sexton for the City of Winfield for 19 years and a genealogy buff for over 30 years.
I would be glad to transfer any memorial I have added, as long as the person is not related to me.
My Chrisman line started in Virginia, moving into Kentucky and arriving in Kansas in 1884. My 6th Great Grandfather Jacob Chrisman and 7th Great Grandfather Jost Hite, were the focus on the television series "Who Do You Think You Are?", Tim McGraw episode. What a thrill it was to see my family genealogy on TV!
I am a amature Civil War researcher and manage the Facebook page "Civil War Veterans Buried in Winfield Kansas Cemeteries". Please check it out and "Like" the page as well.
I also interested in "Co. H, 1st Kentucky Cavalry" history. My GG Grandfather Isaac "Ike" Chrisman was wounded 19 January, 1862 at the Battle of Mill Springs. Some say it was Ike Chrisman that fired the fatal shot that killed General Felix Kirk Zollicoffer. Documentation of this can be found in "A Boys Story of the Battle of Fishing Creek Kentucky" by John Worth Simpson.
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The four sides of the Whitaker Monument:
1 - Louise Whitaker
2 - Stanley Whitaker
3 - Sherman Whitaker
4 - William Mason Wallace
5 - William Mason Wallace II
6 - Willette Falkenburg
1 - Thomas Wallace
2 - Agnes Wallace
3 - Emily T. Whitaker Wallace
4 - Evelyn M. Gunnarson Wallace
1 - Annie Whitaker
2 - Henry Whitaker
3 - Sue Whitaker
4 - Ernest Whitaker
5 - Estelle Whitaker (no real marker)
6 - Lizzie Dickerson Whitaker
7 = Richard Whitaker (no real marker)
8 - Walter Chiles Whitaker
9 - Henrietta Ormsby Whitaker
10- Kate Whitaker
1 - William wallace Whitaker
2 - Phebe Harvey Whitaker
3 - James Sullivan Whitaker
2 - Kate Shackelford
4 - T. O. Shackelford
6 - Phoebe Agnes Shackelford
5 - James W. Shackelford
Added by donn1e on Aug 23, 2015 12:04 AM
I have attempted to find Richard Whitaker on more than one occasion. On this last attempt, I tried to pinpoint the actual plot or space he was buried. Cemetery record shows him to be in Sec. C, Row 40, Space 7. This needs clarification:
There is a large Whitaker plot in this section. It has a huge stone obelisk type monument with a broad 4 corner base and has some markings on each side. Three of the sides have Whitaker names and the fourth side has the Shackelford surname. All around the monument are individual stones with names on them.
I randomly checked a Whitaker name from the Grove Hill database in order to see if I had the correct plot. Kate was located in the same section, Row 40, Space 10. Space #9 belongs to Henrietta Ormsby Whitaker, wife of Walter C. Space #8 belongs to General Walter Chiles Whitaker himself. There is no official stone for #7 that we can see. I am talking about the flat rectangular individual stones as seen in the photo. The last space #6 sits to the other side of the general (farthest left) and it belongs to his other wife, Lizzie Dickerson Whitaker and it is a taller tombstone. All the other stones completely around the center obelisk can be identified, but none of them are Richard.
Check out the photo. The 4 stones sitting in the forefront are supposed to belong to Annie, Henry, Sue, Ernest, and Estelle. The only problem here is that there are not 5 markers. There are only 4. As best as I can determine, Estelle and Richard do not offically have markers in this cemetery. I just know they are supposed to be at this location with the rest of the family. Forgive me for posting this photo, but there is no other one available anywhere here to fulfill this request. We can account for all the names, but not the actual markers.
Holler my way anytime at all if I can be of further assistance....
Added by donn1e on Aug 22, 2015 11:42 PM
|Eldon Esau||RE: Rhonda Kay McAllister|
My wife and I were visiting her relatives graves and I had a list of photo requests. We live in the area and have a hobby of looking thru cemeteries.
|Allison Oberle||RE: Rebecca Ann Green Foote|
Hi Joe. Thanks for finding both of the burial locations. I saw that you made a memorial for a TJ Green but I did not see a date of death so I was not sure if by chance when you were reading the records for the plots that the L might have looked like a T. I know I have a heck of a time transcribing handwritten records from that time. I think the William Green you found might be Rebecca and Leland's son. I was hoping maybe you could help point me in the right direction of who to contact to get records for those three burials? Thanks again for your help!
|Allison Oberle||Rebecca Ann Green Foote|
Thanks so much for looking up the burial site for Rebecca. Her husband passed many years before her. His name was Leland Jackson Green and he was born around 1848 and died Dec 28, 1903. I was hoping you could find his burial site as well since I don't know where he was buried. I do believe he died in Winfield. Thanks again for helping me with my research!
|Robert Ortega||Liva Frith|
Thank you for the photo. Too bad the headstone was missing.
|Steve Wilson||Robert E. Wallis Grave Photo|
Thank you so much for getting these photos! Really appreciate it.
If there is anything I can do out here in Maryland let me know.
|Carla Case||RE: William Maris|
You are most welcome.
|Keith McDonald||Jacob Henderson|
thanks for taking the time to get his photo for me.
|Howard Burough||Coffey Photo|
Thanks much for your time and effort to acquire this photo for me. It is greatly appreciated.
All the Best to you and Yours in the New Year coming.
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