|The Goldens (#46997784)|
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|Hello! Welcome to our profile here at Find A Grave! We live on a family farm in Northeast Missouri near where our ancestors migrated back in the 1860's and 1870's.|
We enjoy genealogy and visiting sites from the past, including our local cemeteries where it seems everyone is related:)
The memorials that we have posted here are for family, neighbors, and friends. If you can add anything to any of the sites, like more specific information, or family rememberences, please let us know and we'll be glad to post the information.
If there is a memorial that we have added that is in your direct family line, we'd be glad to transfer the memorial to you so that you may honor your family member as you wish.
Finally, we love to see pictures on the memorials! Please feel free to add anything that you have, or let us know where we can find some to add ourselves.
Enjoy! We'll look forward to hearing from you!
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|Memory||RE: Golden photos|
Added by Memory on Feb 24, 2014 9:35 PM
|gisele kurtz mitchell||RE: Harper Photo|
I just added her husband William E.,,,,,but...there is no personal stone for him.....Her index card read wife of W. E.,,,,,,he may not be there after all. I will double check next time I am out there and add dates if he is indeed buried there and if there is anyone else.
|Memories From The Mist||RE: Smith Photo|
You're most welcome! I also added a headstone photo for her husband...Jacob.
|Linda Haynes||Eliza Wheeler Smith|
Noticed you requested a photo of Eliza Smith tombstone.
This website has a photo of it if you are interested.
|Pam Witherow||RE: Mary Frances Starbuck|
You are very welcome!!! Again, thank YOU!!
|Pam Witherow||RE: Starbuck|
Thank you for understanding and for linking Daniel to his mother. As for Mary, I was trying to say her middle name is Frances. I looked at the photo of the headstone and I think that the initial is an F so that would "fit". Right now that is all I know about her. Such a simple act and I got it all messed up. Geez!!!! So if you can just add her middle name, I think that is all we can do for right now. I was trying to find her maiden name, but so far no luck. Thank you for helping me, we all can only do the best we can I guess--admitting mistakes is the hardest part--but you are correct--we are all guilty!! :-)
|Mike Porter||Martha Lane|
Thanks for the info. I made the links.
|Pam Witherow||RE: Obit|
Thank you so much for posting the obit!!! Appreciate it very much!!!!
|l nelson||RE: Sarah Cooper/Felker|
Goldens, thanks for replying. You asked where we saw our Sarah's listing that she was buried in the Bailey Cemetery. When we visited the genealogy library in Lewis Co. years ago ( forget the name of the small town, but it was near the Miss. River)in search of more information on our Cooper ancestors, they had a file. One was the listing in the "Bailey Methodist Church Cemetery" in clark Co. This cemetery is located, as you know, on the border of Lewis Co. "Deer Ridge" is where the Coopers homesteaded in 1839. Alexander Cooper. my gg grandfather, died in 1855 and we have been unable to locate his grave. His wife, Sarah Cooper/Felker, was listed in the file on Bailey Cemetery. I wish now we had made a copy of this, as we learned later, some think she married "Ira Felker" but we have no proof of that. Sarah's son, J.J. Cooper, had 2 wives buried there, Susan & Effie. J.J. later went to Nevada. Sarah's nephew's wife, Emma Scott Cooper, was also buried there. If there appears to be an unmarked grave near the other Coopers, I feel it would be Sarah's, however, I don't know if we could list her as being there. I may could look in our old notes and call the library in Lewis Co. as maybe the stone was readable when someone cataloged it many years ago. That may be a reason to place her in "Find a Grave" What do you think? Do you know where your genealogy library is located in Clark Co? They also could have the "old listing". Thanks for your help.
Added by l nelson on Jan 24, 2014 11:16 AM
|l nelson||Sarah Cooper/Felker 1822-1898|
The above person is my ggrandmother and we saw on a list in MO. that she was buried in the "Bailey Methodist Church Cemetery" as was some of her grandchildren. However, she is not listed. Is all of the cemetery photographed and are there some unreadable stones? Also, we are unsure if she was married again to a Mr. Felker. Would like any info you have on this. Thanks.
Added by l nelson on Jan 16, 2014 11:50 AM
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