|Steven Keller||You are welcome!|
You are quite welcome, Diane. Anything I can do to help. Fidelium animę per misericordiam Dei, requiescant in pace. Amen.
|Beth & Doug||RE: Elizabeth Robinson|
I am so happy that we could find Elizabeth for you. :) It's because of people like you that the volunteers do what they do. I'm just happy that we could locate her. Have a great day! :)
|Mary Longmire Lay||Stanhope M. Shannon|
Do I understand right that you are a descendant of his? His brother, Robert T. Shannon, was my ggggrandfather. Would love to hear from you.
Libbi Longmire Lay
|Scott Reed||RE: Rudolph & Bertha Mischke Doerge|
Glad you are pleased, would you like the memorials?
PI Sailors are the best :)
|Diana Berkel||RE: LaRue|
You are very welcome. I also have family in this cemetery. It is located in a very remote area of Missouri. There is no town anymore. The cemetery appears to be well very taken care of.
|Debbie Hickey||RE: John W. Rutledge|
My family has taken care of this cemetary for over 50 years and there has never been a John Rutledge in it and none of the stones have been taken over by nature.
There are a couple of other cemetaries in Cook Station that he might be at. The Cook cemetary and there is one on the old Delcour farm and the old Booker farm, but I don't remember the cemetary names.
I plan on going to the Cook cemetary this summer, because I understand there are some of my Taff relatives buried there too. I'll keep my eye out for John for you.
1850 Smithfield Census records show Philip Travis (b.c1790) and wife Anna (b.c1805). He's still alive in 1870 Lenox aged 82. widowed
|Kathy (Weller) Medick||RE: William Mischke|
no I did not know you Uncle I just like to post obituaries to help other family members to find lost relatives and to pay tribute to the person who has passed. Kathy