|Ron Mac (#46931715)|
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Im a steel/metal fabricator who resides in the historic town of Independence, Missouri. I mainly research and photograph cemeteries in Jackson, Johnson, LaFayette, Cass & Clay counties in Missouri, but occasionally road trip into the northwestern part of the state. |
A member of the Civil War Round Table of Western Missouri.
Use the edit buttons to notify me of any corrections/ remove photos/ duplication deletes, or to add any info to the memorials I have listed. Please make sure your info is correct. Always happy to transfer memorials that aren't related to me. All my work here on Findagrave is to help people find/see the burial location of a ancestor/relative/friend and that they won't be forgotten.
Please ask for permission before using/copying my photos.
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|Myra IV 💕||Joseph Gilchrist, Quantrill's Raiders|
One of Quantill's 1st recruits... Just curious why you believe that he died at the Jordan Lowe house... They were ambushed by the 7th Missouri Infantry, preparing to attack Harrisonville. Another Raider, William Carr, is listed as having died in the ambush at the Jordan Lowe house in Pink Hill, which took place on April 15, 1862. Joseph Gilchrist most likely was fatally wounded during the ambush at the Lowe house, and died later in the night or the following day... Just curious if there is more information out there that I have not seen... I'm such a history buff. :)
|Myra IV 💕||Transfer|
Thank you Ron! I am excited to tell his story & create his bio!
|Merilyn||Julia Rutherford Anderson|
Thank you, Ron Mac. Finding Julia was a real serendipity. I had no idea any of my Bond County Rutherfords were right here in my own backyard, until I just happened upon your memorials from Elmwood Cemetery. Thanks for the transfer.
Added by Merilyn on Oct 24, 2014 5:21 AM
|Chad Sidesinger||Minnie Enyart|
I just left you a message on Jennie Thompson Teel memorial asking if you would mind if I used your photo of her headstone for my genealogy records and now I would also like to ask if I could also use her sister's, Minnie A Teel Enyart, who is buried in the McFall, Gentry Co., Missouri Cemetery.
Minnie's husband was Wilford Enyart (1867-1944) who apparently had a first wife named Minnie as well according to Find A Grave.
|Chad Sidesinger||Jennie T Teel|
My name is Chad Sidesinger. My grandmother was a Teel and I am working on the Teel Family at the moment. Jennie Thompson Teel is my 1st cousin 3x removed and I would like to add the photo that you took of her grave site at the McFall, Gentry, Missouri Cemetery to my records with the note that you are the owner of that photo. I was at the McFall Cemetery last fall must must have missed her stone when I was taking pictures of the Teel headstones in several Gentry Co., Missouri cemeteries.
She was born in Gentry Co., Missouri and died in McFall, Gentry, Missouri. Her Parents are Alexander Marion Teel and Emeline Hardin.
|John Rogers||Willis R. Smith gravestone photo|
Ron,If you are the person who added "Rigby" as a middle name for Willis R. Smith, I have information on where Rigby came from.
|Phil Bo ||Transfer|
Thank You Ron
Added by Phil Bo on Oct 18, 2014 11:21 AM
|Cindy Taylor||? Duncan|
Cindy Taylor here. I believe I contacted you previously, being related to the Duncans in Duncan Cemetery. Someone on Ancestry has put a lot of Austin misinfo on Ancestry about the branch of Austins that I am related to, including Elizabeth Austin Duncan. They are saying she is Alta Elizabeth, who I believe is George Duncan's wife, according to headstones in the Duncan Cemetery. But my question is: is the headstone engraved with "...Duncan, wife of CT Duncan" who died in 1878, is that Elizabeth Austin Duncan (my great aunt)??? It is SUCH a difficult family to research and make absolute sense out of! Charles T. Duncan, my great uncle by marriage, married a younger sister of Elizabeth's, Margaret or Maggie. They are both buried at the T.H. Brown Cemetery, Oak Grove. I am almost sure that ? Duncan is Elizabeth, not Alta Elizabeth. What do you think?
|Kenneth Eugene Rodgers||Wince Neal Lee|
Thank You, its Greatly Appreciated.
|Kenneth Eugene Rodgers||Wince Neal Lee|
I was wanting to see if you would transfer Wince Neal Lee's 65884203, to me 48481578, he was my Grand Uncle, Please. Thank You!
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