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I will be happy to add info/links to any memorials. Thanks to all that have submitted info, docs, flowers or pics to the memorials to preserve our families.Thanks to everyone who has tried to find stones and found unmarked graves.
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|June Ford||Clyde Bohannon|
After going back for a harder look, I don't think you can help me! But I have to add some info just in case I'm wrong.. Clyde's # is 132465655; he is actually a little too young for mine, who was b. 1900. Clyde's brother Jesse was b.Sept 1887, and I'm certain now that their parents were James Bohannon (abt 1847 MO) & Lissie Wilson (Aug 1880 MO) who was dau Wm H Willson/Wilson. James & Lissie were in Phelps Co MO in 1910, & had been married 10 years. I'm going to look at James some more, but wanted to send you this because I looked at your records & you show a James Monroe Bohannon #27772121 whose BROTHER m. a Lizzie Wilson (b 1881). The children didn't match anything I know, and I can't imagine what it means - my Wilsons are very hard to figure out, and this is typical! Thanks for your reply, anyway...
|Lois Ams||Mary Tate Newton|
Could you please add Mary's parents to this memorial. They are:
John L. Tate, memorial 132120688 and
Mary Elizabeth Wood, memorial 132120705
They are both buried in Little Creek Cemetery in Wright Co. You might want to check out John's website as I have added a lovely picture of the whole Tate family. I just added it so you might have to wait a day or so to see it.
By the way, that is a lovely picture of Mary and Albert. I presume it is a wedding picture?
Added by Lois Ams on Jul 30, 2014 11:07 PM
|Cerberus||RE: Headstone Request|
Great! Ive just done that thanks.
Added by Cerberus on Jul 24, 2014 3:11 PM
Im looking for a Theophilus Page who was buried at the Church of Ireland/Church of St Mark two days after he died in 1837.
I looked at the list you had for headstones but didnt see one. Is there a possibility it is just unphotographed?
If there is one there is there any chance I could get a high resolution shot/s please?
Added by Cerberus on Jul 24, 2014 4:52 AM
|tribe hunter||VAN DAVIS|
I want to thank you for all the YEARS you have researched to bring together Van Davis' ancestry/descendants. I am a direct descendant through his son Eliphaz Your "relentless" research has been INVALUABLE to ALL the descendants of this family. THANK YOU,
|June Ford||clyde bohannon|
Is there any chance that this is the Clyde Bohannon who was living with grandparents William H (index says R) & Emaline Wilson in Miller County MO 1900? William was in Phelps Co MO in 1870; Clyde had bro Jesse, b Sept 1887 when they were in Miller county... I'm wondering who their parents were. William H. Willson/Wilson was brother to my husband's great grandfather Calvin Willson/Wilson.
|Stephanie Brown Kaltenbacher||RE: Picture|
|Ciaran Cahill||RE: Hello|
Logan, Yes I would like to see the Cahill entries. But I guess my question is what connection to the Cahill's and other requests do you have? Are these requests because you are related? I know for the Belfast City Cemetery you can search for a grave by one person, which will give you a plot number, you can then click the plot number and it gives all the burials in that plot. I am more than happy to keep searching and photographing but do like to know why I am doing it.
|Ciaran Cahill||RE: Pics were great.|
Logan, Can I ask the purpose of your requests, you seem to have a lot of requests that to me seem unconnected, I uploaded one for John (Jack)Cahill who was my uncle.
|Christopher Chenoweth||RE: Pictures|
There are lots of stone markers (30-40) in Roper cemetery probably most of the ones you are looking for, the children.
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