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Missouri Duv (#46828721)
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Bio Photo Many people do not understand our passion for recording graves and cemeteries.
I try to record information correctly, but I make many mistakes. Thank you for spotting them and letting me know. I will transfer ownership if the departed is not directly related to me and wish others to show me the same respect. If you send a request and I fail to respond, please resend the request.
Please do not use my photos for financial gain or publication unless you request first.
I submit those who have gone before us as an honor, a memory to be cherish. I do not wish to hurt or offend. I am drawn to veterans graves, graves of children and unusual gravestones. Findagrave allows me to visit my family's graves within the privacy of my home.
Lost cemeteries and fallen, worn stones need to be recorded for those who follow, searching for their ancestors. If I have helped one person on their quest, I will feel this has not been in vain.
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Dave Richards
RE: David Omohundro
My maternal great grandmother's name was Mary Elizabeth Omohundro. David Staples Omohundro was my 5th cousin, 4 times removed.-David M. Richards
Added by Dave Richards on Jul 23, 2014 7:10 AM
My Family Circle
RE: Norman Rombach
Sorry it took me so long to get back. There is your memorial 132329921 and the original memorial 132197637.
Added by My Family Circle on Jul 08, 2014 11:16 AM
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Rombach
Just noticed this is a duplicate of memorial 132197637. Thanks.
Added by My Family Circle on Jul 05, 2014 6:43 AM
N.B.B.O.O.
RE: Boley
No, I am not related to the Boleys. Sorry it took me a bit to get back with you.


Happy 4th of July.

BD
Added by N.B.B.O.O. on Jul 04, 2014 8:56 PM
sylvia knehans
RE: Pletz-knehaus
Ida Charlotte Knehans, married to Charles Uffmann, was the daughter of Henry August Knehans and Johanna Butt Knehans. Her sister Amanda Wilhelmina married Frank Uffmann, the brother of Charles. They were my father-in-law's aunts. Just to make it even more confusing-another Uffmann brother, William Hermann, married my mother-in-law's aunt, Rosena Pletz (sister of Caroline and Frederick). Some day I hope to link all the relatives' graves.
Sylvia
Added by sylvia knehans on Jun 15, 2014 5:26 PM
Larry G. Flesher
RE: David Wright Cemetery
The David Wright Family Cemetery is located in Harmony Township, Sec 10, T36N, R1E. Directions are: 100 Yds west of Hwy P on County Rd 603 (Pidgeon Roost Rd). Turn right on first gravel road, 600 yards on right side of road. Dim sign on trees - no markers.

I don't remember where this information came from - I collect information from anywhere and everywhere. I have done a little update to the individuals in the cemetery from Ancestry.com.

Not related - I maintain all the on-line cemetery records for Washington County, MO (plus the Find-A-Grave memorials).

Larry
Added by Larry G. Flesher on Jun 04, 2014 10:02 AM
BJD
RE: Mary Oller - Kinder Cemetery
Thanks. I am looking forward to having Mary Ann linked to her parents. I appreciate your help.

When you mentioned the name Snook I took notice. My father's aunt, Sarah Elizabeth Cook first married Charles Burge and then later married Samuel Snook. I have not worked on the Snook line because they are not direct ancestors. I am doing genealogy for my grandchildren and have enough to do with direct ancestors.

From the Illinois, Death and Stillbirths, I can give you the following information: Samuel Snook was the son of Jermiah Snook and Martha Birch. He was born on 02 Aug 1853, in Hornsby, IL, and died 19 Sep 1922 in Gillespie, Macoupin, Illinois. His burial was on 21 Sep 1922, in Gillespie. His occupation was a car repairer

Good luck in your future genealogy work. Contact me if you think I could ever help you.
Added by BJD on May 22, 2014 9:05 AM
BJD
RE: Mary Oller - Kinder Cemetery
I appreciate your asking about Mary Ann Cook. I am curious. What is the documentation for her maiden name of Kraemer? Are you related in some way?

I have done extensive research on the Cook Family and I am in the process of linking all children with Jesse Cook and Nancy Linebarger. My ancestor is through their son, John Cook. My documentation starts with information passed down through the generations, but if you check a Champaign County, IL Biographical Album, page 586 for William Cook (another of their sons), you will find the complete family listed. Jesse Cook and Nancy Linebarger were married in Indiana in 1824. Their first born was Mary Ann Cook in 1825. She married Christopher Greenup Kinder in 1842 in Macoupin Co., IL.

Please let me know about the Kraemer name.

Thank you.

Added by BJD on May 21, 2014 3:28 PM
BJD
RE: Mary Oller - Kinder Cemetery
I appreciate your wanting documentation about Mary Ann Cook being the daughter of Jesse Cook and Nancy Linebarger Cook. I am
Added by BJD on May 21, 2014 11:42 AM
Karen Kraus Harbert
RE: St. Johns
I use D/2, water, and a soft brush. That is the method the government uses for VA headstones and the Lincoln Memorial. The biggest rule is cleaning headstones is, "First, do no harm," which I take seriously.
Added by Karen Kraus Harbert on May 20, 2014 3:49 PM
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