|Charles Gregory McMillan||RE: Robberson|
There are at least 10 or more requests... and I have tried to find some of them, but a grid would be nice...
|Charles Gregory McMillan||Robberson|
Did you ever get hold of the lady that has the grid?
|Mark and Kay||just thinking of you|
we were thinking of you and just wanted to stop by and say hi.
wishing you the very best
|Merrill Austin||RE: Hamm Horne parents|
No, I am not related. I photographed some gravestones at Martin Cemetery in Goforth for a friend and decided to cover the whole cemetery. Then I researched each family and set out to link individuals with their relatives. Thanks for your help.
|WallyWld||RE: Ottinger Graves|
You can copy them or do whatever you want with them. I took them for you and your family. I might tell you that it was a beautiful fall morning when we visted Liberty Cemetery. I used to live about 3 miles from Liberty back in the 1940's. I went to church there as a little boy. The Ottinger headstones were all lined up in a row. I've experienced difficulty in getting F.A.G. photos from Liberty. I don't know if it's the distance out in the country or what. So, when I saw your requests had been in since April 2010, I decided I would get the photos for you since I was there anyway. Have a good life.
Added by WallyWld on Nov 12, 2010 6:39 AM
|Mike Knisley||RE: William Tynes|
Yes I worked at Silver Dollar City and worked closely with Joel Reid and Bill in procuring our food service needs.
|WallyWld||Ottinger Headstone Photos|
Hi Pam: I recently visited Liberty Cemetery in Independence County, Arkansas. I live in Alabama and just returned home. I was at Liberty looking for some of my own family. I spotted your Ottinger headstones and took photos of all. Give me a little time to get myself together and I'll get them posted up on Find A Grave for you. I have claimed all 6 of them.
Added by WallyWld on Nov 10, 2010 7:41 AM
|Mark and Kay||helping Kay|
Pam thanks so much for braving this heat, and helping Kay today. I very much appreciate it.
|Family Searcher||SW Missouri|
How far might you be from Neosha, MO? I've many ancestors buried there mid 1800s through early 20th century.
|Family Searcher||RE:Cemetery in Ness County, KS|
Yes, the cemetery is in rough shape. However, someone does mow it. Most markers I saw were dated in the late 19th or early 20th century. However, I did see a grave with death date as recent as the 1980s. How far are you from this area? The closest town by any means is McCracken. A note of interest is that parts of McCraken were used in the movie Paper Moon, with Tatum O'Neil back in the 1970s or 1980s.
I'll see what I can do to find the sextant.
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