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|Lea Nall-Williams||Robert Priest|
Plot: Section 66 Site 9846. Robert Priest. I am the 2 time great granddaughter of John Robert Priest. Born 1825 in Tennesse United States died in the Civil War while held as a Confederate soldier. His wife was Mary "Besty Martin Romans Priest. He was also know as John Robert Romans Priest. I am currently working on them in Family Search and ancestry. Their daughter Mary M Priest was born May 5 1857 in Illions and died August 3 1900 in Iron County MO. She was married to Simeon Walker Priest they had several children Emmma Bertha Henson Canady was my great grandmother she died when my grandmother Deloris Kanady Nall was 18 months old. Emmie is buried in Sligo MO and I am currently working on locating her grave and making a marker. His number for family search is LX9N-HPZ. If you have any questions please e maily me. If this is the same person can I leave more information or would you prefer to do so. Thank you and many blessings as I know this is a hard job that does go un noticed.
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|Fritz Clifford||RE: Howard C. Blossom|
It's great to hear form someone who knew Howard Blossom, and thanks for setting up his Find a Grave memorial. My father just passed away in October and I've acquired a lot of family history, including Howard's. I'll be posting a biography for Howard once I get the chance to assemble all the data. For now you can learn a lot more here:
Take Care Julie, and thanks for caring about Howard Blossom!
|David Reese||RE: Junius and Matilda Ward; Lexington Cemetery|
Julie, Fantastic bios and photos! Thanks so much for the work you do!
|Winnette||Milton A. Fleetwood|
Thank you ever so much for this obituary. I have added it to his page. It makes all the difference in the world.
Added by Winnette on Aug 06, 2012 8:12 AM
I have pictures of every stone in Atherton Cemetery, but I did not find a stone for Shirley Stevens. But here are other Steven's that I do have pictures for in the same cemetery:
These are in the Atherton Part (4 on the same stone):
Jessie W 1894-1963 (Pic #1966)
John W 1889-1963 (Pic #1966)
Ronald V 1964-1995 (Pic #1966)
Wilbur V 1915-1993 (Pic #1966)
Russell 1902-1961 (Pic #1890)
These are in the Old Atherton Part (same cemetery on Find A Grave):
Charles K 1919-1953 (Pic #0147)
Cleo Edward 1922-1928 (Pic #0148)
Leroy 1889-1962 (Pic #152 - death date blank on stone)
Sylvia Mae 1889-1959 (Pic #152)
Some of the people may already be on Find A Grave. All those picture are out on my website - if you would like to have them here, let me know (or request a picture) and I'm always happy to upload them to this site also.
Added by coan.net on Sep 19, 2010 3:12 PM
|Bobby Ray Gillespie Sr.||Leora Cemetey|
Thank You for the obits & links for Alexander Campbell Douglas. I have now tied in him with my family tree twice, once through his grandson Marvin (Married my Aunt Mary Geneva Gillespie) & through his daughter in law Ora Bullard Douglas (dau. of Geo. w. Bullard whos 2nd wife was Robert E. Lee Gillespie dau. of Scott Gillespie)
By the way I am Bob's son Brent Gillespie, I do most of dad's corretions, links & added info. Dad & I are on Ancestry.com With the "Ye Olde Gillespie Family Tree" Thanks Again!! - Brent
|David Lander||Thank You|
Julie, I wanted to take this opportunity to express my appreciation for all the work you have accomplished as a member of Find A Grave. You can be assured that your tireless efforts are appreciated by this generation of researchers and will be appreciated for generations to come.
PO Box 629
Cripple Creek CO 80813
"He alone deserves to be remembered by his children who treasures up and preserves the memory of his fathers."
Edmund Burke 1729-1797
|sandkasl||Carpenter Cemetery, Perryville|
Julie, Thank you so much for recording this cemetery with photos and information! I'm related to many of the folks there, so I'm extremely grateful to you for taking the time and interest in this cemetery.
Added by sandkasl on Aug 05, 2009 9:47 PM
|margie||happy to take them|
I am pleased that you liked the pictures. The headstones were fairly clean but I gave them a light dusting and removed some leaves. Thanks for letting me take them for you.
Added by margie on Feb 08, 2009 6:11 PM
Juli - Thanks for the burial info for Thomas Boschert. I figure he's buried at the foot of Bridget Boschert's grave. Also, if you ever want to see something strange in that cemetery, here's what you need to do -
From Martin and Bridget Boschert's graves, look towards St Anthony's Hospital and a few rows towards the entrance to the cemetery. There's a gravestone that is very white, you could call it a pure white, and stands around 6 foot tall. The name on the gravestone is Benedict Boschert who was Martin's nephew. Make sure you note all the info - style of gravestone, type of engraving (bold black), info about Benedict (dates and name) etc.
Then go over to the far east section of the cemetery. There's a brick house on the other side of the fence. In the center (between the drive and fence) and possibly on the side of the brick house, there is another stone that is exactly the same - name, dates, style. It's on the Edward Boschert lot but as I recall it may be the only gravestone on that lot. Seems that a number of the Boschert family are in unmarked graves in that cemetery.
Don't know why there are two identical ones for the same person. The first one I saw was the one near Martin and Bridget. I had walked that cemetery many times and then one day out of the clear blue, I saw the 2nd one. It bugged me for a while and then I remembered why - there was another one over in the west section and I could have sworn it was for the same person. So I wrote down the info and noted the stone design and went to the west section and compared that stone to my notes. I couldn't believe it - identical in every point. The only thing I can figure out is someone had the stone arranged for and when they went to the cemetery it wasn't on the right lot. Then they made arrangements again and that's how the 2nd one came to exist. Never have been able to learn what happened to Benedict's widow or if they had any children (which I don't think they did), but at least would like to find her. Oh well one day I will.
And before I forget it, we're doing fine. I need to get over to St Josephs' Cemetery to get some new photos of recent burials but have to work it in with my husband's work schedule and the weather.
Added by Debbi on Jun 01, 2008 9:01 AM
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