|Pat Simmons (#46877979)|
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I became interested in researching my family tree in about 1987. A very important tool in my research "tool chest" has always been visiting cemeteries and photographing stones of family members. In about 2006 we decided to post our many cemetery pictures with short bios to findagrave. We tag-team, I post the information and she posts the pictures. There are very few of our original memorials that are not our family members. However, there have been instances when I've photographed other stones while in a given cemetery and have gone ahead and posted those. We felt they might help someone looking for that person. I also photographed the entire Walker Cemetery in Mt. View MO one year while there for a family reunion. For those not in my family, I would be glad to transfer management, but to a family member only. Racking up large numbers of entries are not our bag, but creating well presented memorials for our loved ones is. Our DIRECT family lines (parents thru 2nd great-grandparents) are; Simmons, Stokes, Miller, Chennault, Coburn, King, Johnson, Walker, Thornton, Bryson, Vassar, James, Thomas & Tiller. Plus we're constantly finding others as we work back through the generations.|
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Thanks Pat. I checked and added what information I could legally add. (Not supposed to add Social Security numbers.) Added what I found and could. Linked his mother.
|Valice Raffi||Esther Walker|
Thanks for updating her memorial!
|Mark Dixon||RE: Amos Worrell|
There were over 100 outstanding requests for that cemetery, and yours unfortunately was one of the few I could not find a marker for.
I did want to make sure to let you saw though that I did get a picture for James P. Worrell (1926-1998) and his wife Edith. (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=130896283&PIpi=102905325).
Those 3 Worrell's are the only ones in the cemetery records.
It looks like his burial is indeed a mystery. Please see this memorial:
|L Mastan||RE: Myrtle Lavarnway, Ward's Chapel Cem|
You are very welcome! I know I had looked for her previously, and was about to give up again. I had turned to speak to the person with me who was down a couple of rows. And there was Myrtle's stone!! I had walked right past it. I felt as though she wanted to be found!
If you are related, I will gladly transfer her memorial. Just send me a request.
Have a marvelous day,
Added by L Mastan on May 01, 2014 12:21 PM
|micosay||RE: Thank You|
One of my pet peeves is people who put up lots and lots of memorials without doing grave marker pictures.
Ah well that to shall pass
Added by micosay on Apr 18, 2014 1:50 PM
|Erick Wagner||Fairmont Cemetery|
The following memorial is associated to the "Fairmont Cemetery" which does not appear to be a real cemetery. The two cemeteries near Fairmont are: Collett and Zion Lutheran.
Emerine Florence "Emma" Norris Cuthbertson (86799573)
Thank you for the heads up on this one. I have added his full name to my memorial and made some changes. I will have to send them to an administrator to be merged since neither of us can do that. Thanks, I appreciate it.
Added by JFI on Apr 04, 2014 11:14 AM
|goldenthreads||Zella Reed Wilson|
Thank you for updating Zella's memorial and linking her to her parents.
|Ron Johnson||Rebecca Chennault (#8672630)|
I was able to go to Hunter Cemetery on a sunny day and was able to take another picture of Rebecca Jane Alexander Chennault's stone. I have this person as a request I had fulfilled last year; I'm don't know that you were the one that asked for the request but since you are maintaining the page I assume so. Anyway ... there is now a better picture of the stone up on the page. The other Chennaults also have an upgrade.
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