|Renee Cole (#46872713)|
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|I have been active in Family History for about 30 years, and love it. |
I only enter memorials for my family members, so if you find one that I have entered, they or their spouse are related to me.
This is a great way to share information and meet distant family members.
I have spent 30 years and much time and travel to insure that the information I put on my memorials is correct. Recently, when someone used my information, I ask them to add me as a source. They refused, and I will be removing some of the personal information I have added. If you are a relative, and need this information, you may contact me.
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|Megan Heyl||Myrtle Robinson's memorial|
I have been maintaining the memorial because a client of mine has asked me to do so - for they are also related to her. They are out of the country at this time so I can not ask them if is it ok with them to transfer to you. When they return, I will find out. That is the best I can do at this time.
Some Missouri Death Certificates are online, some free, some with paid subscriptions to Ancestry, and some thru the county where the death took place. You will have to find out - I have done so many I can't recall where I found it without doing a few hours of research again.
I hope you and yours have a great Holiday Weekend.
|Have Paws will travel !||question|
Are you a meow? or a bark?
If you look at the home page you will see I BARK !!!!!
|Megan Heyl||Re: Myrtle Robinson|
I received your message the end of April and the whole family has had its share of the flu - so please excuse my delay in replying to your message. Just now catching up - as you can imagine!
I am sorry to say I do not have any additional information than what I posted on her memorial: (from notes taken and transcribed)
Research Note: She is buried next to Joseph M. Robinson, her husband (his first wife). Her death certificate reads that David Brown, born Ohio, was her father and Elizabeth Nelson, born IN, was her mother. She was married, age 41 years, 5 months and 7 days old. She was a resident of Monett, MO.
My suggestion would be to contact the local library in Monett and see if they have on film or on the shelves an obituary for her. If they do not, contact the county genealogical society / historical society. You might even want to try to obtain her death certificate.
I'm sorry I don't have any additional information. I hope this is her and this memorial is a start to locating her information.
Have a lovely afternoon!
|Jack Green||Fannie Wheeler|
Fannie Wheeler and William Roland Merrifield were my g-grandparents. My grandfather was Lewis Merrifield. Roland William "Buddy" Merrifield, aka Boswell, was my father. I should have a picture of her gravestone as I did visit the cemetery.
|Diana||RE: Albert W. and Caroline Scott Bunyan|
Hi Renee, you are welcome! I always try to take a photo of any related stones and since I didn't, it may not have been there. Since she died after Albert, could it be possible she didn't have a stone?
Added by Diana on Feb 26, 2014 4:42 PM
The transfers have been made. Have I entered others in your family? I will be glad to transfer them if there are. Good luck & happy holidays. Trisha
Added by Trisha on Dec 14, 2013 2:59 PM
|Anita Dennis||Harmon H Brown|
I prefer to follow Find A Grave guidelines on transfers. I will be glad to add the links to his parents and other information if you will send it through the Edit function.
|Paula||Juliather Jane Downey and Stephen Wheeler|
Sorry to take so long in responding to your message regarding Juliather Wheeler Downey and Stephen Wheeler. I live in Washington state and so do not have direct contact with Felton Cemetery and do not know day of death on these relatives, however here is a phone number of cemetery for you to call. If you get any more info would you please contact me? Thanks-Paula
Felton Cemetery 831-335-5545
Added by Paula on Jun 17, 2012 2:21 PM
|K. Henderson||Burns' stones at Bruce|
Visited Bruce Cemetery and took the photos of Nicholas & Susanna Burns' stones. They are at the west end of the cemetery laying against a tree. Stopped at the second house passed Sand Creek cemetery (a new log cabin type house) and asked permission to visit the cemetery. The woman told us to follow the fence line just before the next plowed field back to the woods.
I see that Zebulon's memorial is duplicated. You have added some great information. Hopefully you can contact the other entry and combine them into one Findagrave memorial. I have some distant relatives who are often mentioned on various census' and documents as being in and from Wheeler. They also are from Jasper County, Illinois, Indiana and Missouri.
I'll hunt up some of the info and email you soon
with a list of the various names.
Added by LC on Jun 13, 2011 9:19 AM
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