I live in Western Oklahoma. I do not have any relatives in the Greenwood Cemetery, but have purposed to take pictures of the headstones. With that said, I will be happy to transfer family ownership to you.
My hobbies include gardening, cross stitching, and outdoor activities. I love combining these hobbies with family time.
PS: If you wish to use the photos I take you have my permission to use them in your genealogical searches and trees. Please be considerate and note where you obtained the photos (Find A Grave) and who took them (Anna Hayes). Thank you in advance.
Bernhardt Hase in Little Rock Anna, please look at memorial #161648340 to determine if it is the same person as your Bernardt Hase. If so, I can transfer my information and pictures to your memorial. Thanks! Whitney McLaughlin
Sarah Jane Cotter #16427743 Hi, thank you for posting the memorial for this ancestor of mine, she is the sister of my Great Grandmother, and I have posted a picture of her on the memorial and left flowers. Would you consider transferring her to me? I am trying to gather the family back together; if you do transfer her to me, if at a time in the future one of her direct descendants comes forward, I will transfer to them. Thank you so much for all you do.
Enoch Keen Please post this to his bio. Source: Goodspeed's 1889 History of Texas County, MO.
Enoch Keen, farmer and stock raiser, one mile east of Sargent, in Burdine Township, was born in Bedford County, Tenn., October 27, 1825, and is the son of Matthias and Rachel (Brown) Keen, natives of Tennessee. Matthias Keen served as a soldier in. the Creek Indian War. The Keens were of English descent, and the Browns of Scotch extraction. Enoch Keen was one of six sons and four daughters born to his parents. He was reared on a farm in Bedford County, Tenn., and while yet a young man' his parents moved to Missouri, and settled in Franklin County, where Enoch married Miss Nancy Napier. a native of Illinois, and the daughter of Patrick and Allie (White) Napier, both natives of Kentucky. In 1870 Mr. Keen and family came to Texas County, settling on their present farm, and here they have since remained. To their union were born nine children, six sons and three daughters: Allie Jane, wife of J. R.’ Stogdill, of Texas County; Mary, wife of J. J . Mitchell [see sketch]; Sarah, wife of W. I. Brown, now residing near Sargent; Lewis Wesley, John P., William M., James E., Thomas P. and George W. Of these children Mrs. Allie Jane Stogdill has two sons and two daughters; Mrs. Mary Mitchell has one son; Mrs. Sarah Brown has four sons and one daughter; Lewis Wesley resides in Shannon County, Mo., and has three sons and one daughter; John P. is at home, unmarried; William M. is unmarried; James E. is married, and has a son and daughter; Thomas P. resides in Carter County, Mo., is unmarried, and George W. is unmarried. Mr. Keen owns a large farm, of 700 acres altogether, in Texas County. He devotes considerable attention to the breeding of a good grade of cattle. He is a Democrat in politics, and has served on the school board of his district.