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My real name is June. I have been doing family genealogy since about 2000. I have a massive amount of information of my ancestors as well as my husband's. Knowing how difficult it is to find dates and places where people died and are buried, I'm certain I've contributed to helping others trace their own ancestors by recording information of local cemeteries and actually, cemeteries in other states.
If you should see a discrepancy as a tombstone picture is attached and there is nothing in the Bio, please notify me as I'm not notified when tombstone pictures are added.
I have learned over the years that it is best to match the memorial name to the tombstone name; therefore, preventing duplicates and "Find a Grave's mission is to find, record and present final disposition information from around the world as a virtual cemetery experience."
If other information is known such as the full name, multiple spouses, etc., that information is listed in the Bio. Also, if it is an unmarked grave, that is also listed in the Bio.
If we all share our information collected through the years, researching family ancestors would definitely be much easier.
Should you find a need to revise a record, such as Maiden Name, Bio, etc., on any records I've inputted, please do not hesitate to contact me. I research, so more than likely, I'll have more information to pass on to you if you contact me by e-mail. Suggestion submissions requesting transfers of memorials will be ignored (e-mail only please).
I think this site is a great way to share information and I just hope more people take advantage of it!
Fairview Cemetery, Dyersb...
Fairview Cemetery, Newber...
Hickory Flat Cemetery, Ce...
Hopewell Cemetery, Lavini...
New Bethel Cemetery, Ceda...
New Liberty Cemetery, Ced...
Old Woodard Cemetery
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|Elizabeth Brodie||Mazie Stegall|
Thank you for the edits for Mazie Stegall. :)
|Daniel Champion||Joe Adams|
Birth: Aug. 15, 1871
Death: Nov. 28, 1931
2nd h/o Myrtle June [Rosel] Adams
s/o Richard Adams
Mertie Rosel Adams was my great-aunt. Glad to get some info on her husband Joe.
Daniel Rosel Champion
|Margo ||Thomas Oneal Hale|
Thank you so much for adding the headstone for my beloved uncle Thomas Oneal Hale, Memorial #28261077. Did you take the photo? If so, would you be so kind to give me permission to add the photo on his tombstone? I would appreciate this so much.
Are you related to my Uncle?
Margo Hale Tucker Family Tree on Ancestry.com
Added by Margo on Jan 21, 2015 7:35 PM
|Loubie||RE: Caruthersville Cemetery|
Added by Loubie on Jan 20, 2015 6:28 PM
|Charlie Massey||Mrs. Brooksie Cooper|
Thanks for reminding me. I have deleted one of them. Thanks.
|Loubie||RE: Caruthersville Cemetery|
Hi June, I think that my Great Grandfather Henry Johnson/James Wilks was the last one or is among the last one buried in Caruthersville Cemetery. You are right that it is not there now. Do you live in the Caruthersville area? If so can you be on the look out for my GGFather grave? It was moved and no one knows where.There is a guy at the Little Prairie Cemetery that is a Cemetery personal and he told me on the phone that he saw it. We need a photo of it and one of my cousin has offered a $200 award to the person that founds it. If I remember right his name was AJ or something like that. Thank you for the information and once his grave is located I will correct the Cemetery name. Thank you Loubie
Added by Loubie on Jan 20, 2015 4:28 PM
Per your information I have contacted the Pemiscot County Historical Society and below is the response.
I have read there was a cemetery near the river, I have not found any info on it in my research. On Findagrave someone has listed a seawall cemetery, ???There was a Caruthersville Cemetery on the grounds of where the Methodist Church is now, across the street to the Catholic School. This was a big cemetery, lots of info on it in the early 1900's, it became such an eyesore being unkept and crowded that the newspaper carried articles for about 7 years trying to get burials stopped there. Several acres were bought outside of town and the Little Prairie Cemetery was formed, the first burial was in January, 1900. Folks were given the option of having their family members moved from the other cemetery to LP but it wasn't because of flooding. Around 1915-1918 James R. Moore established the Maple Cemetery. Hope this helps and glad you enjoy the quarterlies. Barbara
Added by Loubie on Jan 20, 2015 7:48 AM
Have deleted the memorials I did with surname ADAMS. This is why I don't like doing from list ---but thought I would try again and see what happens--only did a few as a test. As you saw I posted I had got the info from a list.
Thanks for letting me know about he wrong surname.
Added by sha9876 on Jan 17, 2015 2:37 PM
|Everlasting life thru Christ ~ Margaret||Ozell McAdams|
Changed the cemetery per your request. Thank you for the correct information.
Oooops - thanks for the catch - G-Man
Added by G-Man on Dec 27, 2014 1:00 PM
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