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CL Hileman (#47502760)
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RE: Kurth
I figured the name spelling as such. I too have a lot of German ancestors whose names were anglicized.
Added by Adrienne on Apr 16, 2014 5:00 AM
Kurth memorial
I am sure you noted the duplicate entry with the name misspelled. I took a picture of the stone today and noticed there is a similar stone about 2 plots over. There is a huge crepe myrtle growing between these 2 stones. It has made the other stone impossible to read and is currently pushing it over. The Kurth stone will not be far behind. Would you be able to request that they remove this before it irreparably damages the stones.
Added by Adrienne on Apr 13, 2014 3:04 PM
St. John Historical Com.
St John Lutheran Cemetery, Richland
The St. John Lutheran Church Cemetery is located in the Richland Community of Travis county. It is also referred to as the Richland Cemetery. Please let me know what duplicate memorials you are finding.

Thank you.
Mary Overstreet
St. John Historical Committee
Added by St. John Historical Com. on Apr 08, 2014 10:42 AM
St. John Historical Com.
RE: Duplicate Memorials
Thank you for sharing this information. I am in the process of coordinating the St. John church records. The duplicate entry has been deleted.

Mary Overstreet
Historical Committee
St. John Lutheran Church
Added by St. John Historical Com. on Mar 31, 2014 8:55 AM
Eli Chandler
RE: Parks
Hi Cassie, good to meet another long lost cousin who has sense. So many of the people on these sites don`t. There are a lot of good ones on here but just as many bad I think. It has really gotten out of control the last decade. So much to talk to you about. I would like to trade some information. I probably really don`t have much for you. I am sure you have everything I have already. So dangerous these days with all the users who don`t do real research and don`t really know what they are talking about. I will probably get in trouble writing this but it is the truth as you well know.
Richard/Lindsey Chandler`s bible was passed down to me and I have all the original documents that nobody else has for this line. I do not circulate on many of the trendy sites. Many want them but only want to use them and me if they can. I have been through a lot of bad stuff and people already. I am going to copyright and watermark everything eventually.
As you well know so many have made great mistakes in judgment and facts and will not own up to them.
I could go on and on as you can imagine.
Several of us believe that Charity wrote the segments on the Parks. All I really have is her parents and all her siblings written in her hand on 18th century or early 19th century paper. I was not sure if she could write but we don`t know who else would have written it. Really neat to have. Wish I had more. I have not done much original research on the Parks family myself. Just tying to get over road blocks with Richard as so many people from this line are. Please email me off this site if you will with a phone number if you don`t mind. I won`t share your number with anyone unless you tell me too. I would like to talk on the phone some if you do this. To much to type. I am old school, as they say, and not a big fan of computers. None of my stuff is digitized yet. Best regards, Cousin Eli
Added by Eli Chandler on Mar 20, 2014 7:14 PM
Eli Chandler
Thomas Parks III, etc.
Hi CL Hileman, I saw your post to Mr. Parks and realized that we are distantly related.
I come down from Charity Parks Chandler I guess Uriah`s younger sister.
You told Mr. Parks that Thomas Parks III was Uriah`s father. All I have for this Thomas`s wife is Sarah. Do you have any more on this? Was Mr. Parks right on Thomas III parents and grandparents? It is in his post to me!
My bible records list Uriah, Charity, Elizabeth, William, Pricilla, Livina, Ambrose, George, Sally, Abial, and Benjamin as their children. We relieve this bible record was written by Charity or one of her parents. Does this match what you have? Thanks, Cousin Eli Chandler
Added by Eli Chandler on Mar 19, 2014 10:29 PM
George Parks. I only add photos to the cemeteries I go to so I can say for sure he is in the one I added it to.sometimes people create cemeteries giving them the name of the family section instead of the name of the whole cemetery or Miller could have been the original name. It gets confusing but I have him in the right one,it's a big one to.I hope this helps some.
Added by Theresa/Thunderbird584 on Feb 25, 2014 7:44 PM
Lori Lyon
RE: Headberg in Geary
You are welcome! I posted pictures of Sallie, Mabel Oscar and Lewis Headberg. Plus I got pictures of the Robert and Pearl Jeans, who may be related because of the close proximity of their headstones.
Added by Lori Lyon on Feb 17, 2014 1:54 PM
My Family Circle
RE: Dee Jordan
So sorry to hear the sad news.
Added by My Family Circle on Feb 12, 2014 3:15 PM
June Bork
RE: Baker lineage
Bertha May Johnson Baker [Edit Name]

Birth: Sep. 8, 1886
Johnson County
Kansas, USA
Death: Nov. 16, 1971
Santa Monica
Los Angeles County
California, USA [Edit Dates]

Bertha married Walter Franklin Baker on July 15, 1905 in Olathe, Johnson County, Kansas. His Obituary said, "Walter F. Baker, 64 years old, a widely known Johnson County farmer who retired a month ago, was found dead in a tourist cabin at Miami, Oklahoma, Saturday afternoon, according to word received today at Olathe, Kansas. Sheriff Emmett Pitt of Johnson County, who contacted Oklahoma authorities, said Mr. Baker died of heart disease sometime Friday night.

A brother of Robert Baker, a former Johnson County probate judge, now of Haviland, Kas., Walter F. Baker was born and reared in the Belleview community, ten miles northeast of Olathe. Last November 4, he held a farm sale, disposing of his farm equipment. He retained ownership of a 280-acre farm however. He and his wife had been in Phoenix, Ariz., visiting a son, Dale M. Baker. Last week he returned to Olathe on business. He was on the way back to Phoenix when he was stricken.

Besides his widow, his son, and brother, he leaves a daughter, Mrs. Edith Baldwin, Dallas, Texas. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday at the Julien Chapel at Olathe. Burial will be in Olathe Cemetery.

Walter was son of Alexander Baker and Martha Stuteville Baker.
Added by June Bork on Jan 29, 2014 7:19 PM
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