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|patty624||Josip Luksetic (Luksetic)|
Hello I was in section G.today and at Plt 7.. here in Kirksville Mo. Highland Park Cemetery. I found another 'Josip Luksetic' gravestone where he is buried with the same dates, I am going to put them on his memorial page if that is alright.. part of this section G has been for older graves on one side.
Added by patty624 on Jan 27, 2015 1:03 PM
|Tina Crawford Tropf||Julottie Dorsey|
I am interested in any information you could share regarding a Julottie Dorsey buried in Clemons Cemetery, Grayson County, KY born 26 Sep 1851 died 29 Jun 1891. I believe her to be my great-great grandmother. A daughter, Emma Margaret Dorsey Butler (1889-1970) was my great grandmother. I am having a hard time finding any information on Julottie. I can find her in a 1870 and 1880 Census listed as "Lottie" or "Lettie". I also believe her maiden name to be some form of Clemons, Clements, Clemmons etc...She was married to Robert Dorsey (1844-1933) and he is buried at Cub Run Baptist Cemetery Hart County KY (according to Find a Grave) no marker. Any and all information will be appreciated, especially on Emma's side because it has become somewhat a dead end for me. Thank you for your time and help. Sincerely, Tina (Crawford) Tropf
Yes, "Emma" Biscoe is actually "Anne", mother of the infant Melville and wife of Henry Lawson Biscoe (91514520). Henry is the younger brother of my gg-grandfather, Melville, after whom the infant must have been named. I am named after the third brother, John. I had both Henry and Anne in the wrong cemeteries. I also have a duplicate memorial for Anne. I'll straighten all of this out. Thanks.
|John Davis||Melville Biscoe #139900297|
I am intrigued by this record indicating that a Melville Biscoe was disinterred from Glenwood Cemetery on July 14, 1903 and moved to Rock Creek. I've done extensive research on this Biscoe line and know that the only person this can be possibly be was a previously unnamed child of Henry Lawson Biscoe who was born on June 29, 1875 and died in infancy. Can you refer me to the source of your information?
Thanks very much,
|Cindy Clark||John Finn #91435874|
Thank you for the obit - I've added it to the memorial.
|Steven L. Rowe||Crystal Pearl Young Williams|
I have not had much luck updating the information in Crystal's record. I had to use the new method for updating names just to correct her listed maiden name to Young. The contributor who owns her record has even added additional, superfluous cemetery photos to push mine off of the front page.
Since Find A Grave rules don't allow newspaper obituaries to be used, I will try to have the management substitute a biography of my own.
I know the names of Crystal's biological parents. They were not married when Crystal was born because they had different religions.
|Steven L. Rowe||Crystal Pearl Young Williams|
Cora was my great grandmother. Crystal Pearl was the adopted daughter of Cora Etta Mechling Young and her second husband, George Young. There is a news item in the Oketo, Kansas newspaper of December 8, 1910 which reports the dramatic story of a ten-day old baby being left on the porch of the Youngs in Barneston, Nebraska, and a buggy speeding away with a man and a woman inside. George Young was reported saying that he intended to travel to Beatrice to formally adopt the child. Actually, this was an arranged adoption with the Youngs. I received this information from one of Crystal's daughters.
After Cora died, George was unable to care for Crystal by himself, and he arranged for the Affholders to take her in as a border. She was never formally adopted by the Affholders, and her marriage license shows her maiden name as Crystal Pearl Young. I visited the Affholder stone house in Oketo, Kansas this past September. Barneston and Oketo are a short distance apart.
|Carol Western||Cooper Cemetery|
I found a reference to a Cooper Cemetery in Schuyler County Missouri also mentions Worthington, Mo. Do you know where this cemetery is, I live in the area and would be interested in finding the cemetery and maybe getting some pictures... Thanks
|L Ferree||Irene Basim|
Can't thank you enough for finding Irene Basim's burial location. My mother-in-law and her sister are going to be so excited.
Added by L Ferree on Dec 07, 2014 12:15 PM
Hi NeMo, Thanks for Hannah's obit. I have added it to her memorial page. Those of us with ties to northeast Missouri are so lucky because of the work you do. I'm always grateful for any suggestions and corrections you send. -Scott
Added by Scott on Dec 07, 2014 8:52 AM
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