|Christopher N Cooper (#46957052)|
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Moving and going to be living in Lee's Summit soon and the move is from Independence to L. S. very soon!|
Lee's Summit, Prairie Twp., Jackson Co., Mo it is my Hometown too!
Born: January 7th, 1957 in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri at St. Lukes Hospital.
Grew up on a Farm outside of Lee's Summit and near Lone Jack, Jackson Co., MO! We grew up out in the Country, but at the age of 13 yrs old we moved to Lee's Summit, Prairie Twp., Jackson County, MO.
I now live in Independence, Jackson Co., Mo with my Wife, Faye I. (Masten)(Greenwood) Cooper as of Now! FYI, as of 2008 July 02nd we live at 2203 S. Claremont Ave., Indep., Mo. My wife, Faye and I have been married since 2004 Oct. 23rd.
I am 55 Years Old and been doing Genealogy since I was 17 Years Old - 39 Years! I am still active every day of the week with Genealogy, Missouri History, MO-KS Civil War history and I am Retired as working in the Field Of Archaeology!
After almost 20 Years or More, My family some of us Cooper's, with my Uncle Jim (James) Cooper and his Wife and Step-Son, Larry Foote, My Mother Betty L. Cooper of Lee's Summit and Me and my Wife Faye just recently in the Month of May 2008, we Revisited the Cooper Cemetery of John Burton Cooper's & his first spouse-Wife and Children.
Of the Cooper Cemetery & Cooper Hill Village Cemetery, I had a chance to photograph these Gravestone with my digital Sony Camera!
While fixing up the Cooper Cemetery that day My uncle Jim and his step-son, Larry, with me, my mother and Wife, in one day we cut down lots of Big Trees, wild flowers and Tall Weeds & Etc!
Aisne-Marne American Ceme...
Cooper Family-Cooper Hill...
Double Springs Cumberland
Orear Family Cemetery
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|GG||beautiful photo of Lizzie|
Thank you for adding this to the website. It's a great one.
Added by GG on Jan 10, 2014 1:43 PM
|Pat Shaw||Cooper and James Phelps|
Chris, as you know I transfered Susan to you, was wondering by any chance if you have any pictures of any of them. I realize was a long time ago but you never know. ??
Added by Pat Shaw on Jan 05, 2014 11:19 PM
|Pat Shaw||RE: Susannah|
Mostly mine have been doing this for 20 yrs now, love history, however, I did enjoy you notes and research filled in some missing things for me. She married my 2nd great grandfather James Anderson Phelps.... I have transfered Susan into your keeping, know you will take good care of her and am sure you would like to add more personal information. Enjoy and Thank you.
My Phelps are from James A Phelps, to son Wm. F. Phelps to my grandpa Jim (James Ethern Phelps) sweetest grandpa ever.
Added by Pat Shaw on Nov 17, 2013 1:06 AM
|Pat Shaw||Susan Catherine Burrows|
Do you know who her parents are? I have a clue but am not sure. Thanks
Added by Pat Shaw on Nov 11, 2013 2:09 PM
|Pat Shaw||Susan|Added by Pat Shaw on Nov 11, 2013 2:07 PM
|CHAD ERWIN||marth patsy jack|
im interested on what you have on her
|bill wealot||RE: Old Concord Baptist Cemetery|
I think I've located the one SW of Lexington on the hill overlooking 2 gravel roads. It's actually called the Graves family cemetery. The Berlin thing sounds intriguing tho. let me know when you decide to take a run at that project. Bill
|bill wealot||Old Concord Baptist Cemetery|
Chris: Found an old cemetery in the Chapel hill area you might be interested in if you haven't been to it yet. It's about 4 miles north of Chapel Hill. It's about a 5 to 10 mintute walk from the road. I posted some overview pictures but they haven't been approved yet. Let me know if you are intestedin checking it out at some point this Fall if you haven't been able to find it yet. Bill
|bill wealot||RE: Mount Moriah Cem. - Johnson County|
Let me know if you want to go check out mount moriah one of these weekends. I got most of it documented but am still missing some memorials. It's about a 10 minute walk from the road. Bill
|K. Quentin Bremmer||RE: Casper Habig, Greenwood Cem., Marion Co.|
Notice that on the marker the spelling is "Habigt". On all records I can find for him and his family, the "T" is not included on the end of the name. The only alternate spelling is one place on the lot burial record, "Haybig". I found another record for one of his sons buried in another part of the cemetery, Charles Habig. Charles is in the same plot as Marvin & Margaret Ragar, but I don't believe he has a marker. Will double check this afternoon.
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