|Don Vaughn (#46958503)|
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My late wife, Wilma, got me interested in genealogy about 30 years ago and have been "hooked" ever since.|
I enjoy helping others with their family trees.
Grand kids, golf, music, gardening, and woodworking are some of my other interests.
I retired from the city of Lawrence utility department in 1992.
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|Lou (Davis) Dedinsky||Wallace Flory|
Don, thank you so much for posting the photo!
|Lou (Davis) Dedinsky||Carl Flory|
Don, thank you so much for the photo and the information!
|J. Paul Hawthorne||Thank You!|
Don, thank you for the wonderful photos you took of the Pearce family in Lawrence. They are great photos!
|FranzJr||re: Lawrence KS|
I am new to Lawrence (down from Atchison KS) and plan on getting back into graving this year.
Maybe I will run into you sometime.
Have a great day :)
Added by FranzJr on Mar 24, 2015 9:33 PM
|MAS||James Davenport headstone|
Thank-you for posting the James Davenport headstone. Much appreciated for my family research!
Added by MAS on Mar 23, 2015 6:55 PM
|AngloFreek||RE: Stanley Marker in Oak Hill Cemetery|
I didn't notice that you posted a picture of Turner's marker (Sybl's second husband). Thank you again!
I don't believe Sino, Rebecca or Ella Stanley are related. I'll have to see if I can figure out if there is any connection.
|AngloFreek||Stanley Marker in Oak Hill Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the pictures of Sybl Stanley's monument in Oak Hill Cemetery. It was very generous of you to take the time to do this for me. It's always sad to see a damaged monument, but nothing lasts forever. At least we're recording it here on Find-a-Grave. Anyway ... Sybl was the second of my great granduncle's four wives. I have just one more to track down! Do let me know if you ever come across a marker for a Bertha Esther (Blake) (Martin) (Stanley) Bourne! (b. 29 May 1840, d. aft. 1900). But I think she probably died in Bourbon County...
|James A Gamblin||Rigdons|
Thank you for the pictures of the Rigdon's grave sites.
|Jay Cress||Emma Foust|
Thank You So Much!
|Jay Cress||Ben Foust|
Thank You So Much!
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