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Waunita M Herron (#21335338)
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Dorthy Chikly
Find A Grave #26532062
RE: Find A Grave #26532062 shows her buried in Kansas and a joint monument with her spouse William H. Madden.
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Request: After you posted this memorial some one posted one showing she is buried in CA. Find A Grave # 144391276. Is it possible that she is buried in CA. but that her name is on the monument in Kansas? Please check into this.

Reply: #26532062 - This information is from the Cemetery Board record books, it lists the information was added on the memorial page that was created May 1, 2008. This memorial page lists the birth date of 1882 and a death date of Mar. 19, 1953.

#144391276 - This memorial page was created Mar 30, 2015 and lists an unknown birth date the death as May 8, 1929. It appears these are two separate individuals given the different dates of death.

I have no other way to verify this besides the cemetery board records.

Have you contacted the person that created #144391276?

Thanks,
Dorthy
Added by Dorthy Chikly on Nov 24, 2016 8:46 AM
Romper90069
Maude Madden
Waunita,

I think someoe sent me an edit adding the parents to her memorial that was in error. Waiting to see the headstone photo a friend of mine is doing for your request. I am almost certain that your Madden and this one are different people. I think the dates I had were from the cemetery records. Especially for that section G. The majority of the burials there are prior to 1950, James
Added by Romper90069 on Nov 24, 2016 12:24 AM
4losthistory
Charles Leo Hottel #35373134
I cannot find an online documented source for his birth and death dates and location. Please post his Kansas death certificate or other documentation so I can defend against challenging researchers. Thanks for all of you volunteer efforts.
Added by 4losthistory on Nov 10, 2016 1:41 PM
4losthistory
Charles Leo Hottel #35373134
I cannot find an online documented source for his birth and death dates and location. Please post his Kansas death certificate or other documentation so I can defend against challenging researchers. Thanks for all of you volunteer efforts.
Added by 4losthistory on Nov 10, 2016 1:41 PM
Joyce Nance-Woodcock
ref your correction to me
Waunita, You sent me a correction on memorials 81719478 Frances Skaggs and her daughter 158871847 regarding the photos on those memorials. I did not take the photo, nor did I post any on those memorials so there's nothing I can do. You need to contact the person that posted them. Thanks
Joyce
Added by Joyce Nance-Woodcock on Oct 31, 2016 9:33 AM
fpw
RE: Eugene Valentine Smith # 71372391
I haven't found anything yet will try the Obit's the first of the week at the Library.
Added by fpw on Oct 29, 2016 11:54 AM
JKSXFB
RE: FRANCES E.L. SKAGGS #81719478
Y'r Welcome, John
Added by JKSXFB on Oct 20, 2016 5:36 AM
Treva Poe
Rosa Gannett Bliss
I am not related. Contact Max the memorial manager for information.
Added by Treva Poe on Oct 09, 2016 5:45 PM
Christina
Mary Weatherby in Ferncliff
Unfortunately, there are no markers for anyone in the lot. I have added a general area photo for them.

Sec H lot 564
Alice Tice d1910
Mary Weatherby d1909
William Tice d1921
Added by Christina on Oct 05, 2016 6:19 AM
Mo Crawfish
RE: DAR Nathaniel G. Morris b. 1730.
Aside from acting as a tremendous genealogical resource, DAR does a great deal of historical preservation, educational outreach, provides scholarships, etc. They locate, restore, and mark the graves of our Revolutionary soldiers. I'm not any sort of spokesperson for the organization, but if you're interested you can find a lot of information on the website here: http://www.dar.org/national-society/what-we-do

You can also locate a local chapter there. I hope this was informative and helpful.
Added by Mo Crawfish on Sep 27, 2016 8:25 AM
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