|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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Thank You in the Memorial's on the Bise Family interred in West Va
Wilma Lee Bise
8 Aug 1944 in Lost Creek, Harrison County, West Virginia, USA
30 Sept 1944 in St. Mary's Hospital, Clarksburg, Harrison County, West V...
Dennis Monroe Bise
Pearl Buena Cook
These parent's did lose infant's. They are interred by parent's. Should this be helpful in their memorial's.
Thank You greatly for all you do connecting them for those trying to find this family. They had a large family, some did move from West Va joining the Military and interred elsewhere. Thus, this helps to link those to their parents. You do an outstanding task. That cemetery looks so peaceful.
Blessings to y'all
Added by C. on Nov 29, 2016 9:09 PM
|C.||Bise. West Va Memorial's|Added by C. on Nov 29, 2016 9:03 PM
I was so glad to be able to do this for you. Glad you have the pictures of the headstones now.
Added by flowerbb on Oct 23, 2016 4:12 AM
|flowerbb||RE: McCready Photo|
Now that I have done a few more of these I realized how to do it. Your picks were the first ones I have ever done. I'm glad that you finally got them :)
Added by flowerbb on Oct 23, 2016 4:09 AM
You are VERY welcome. We were so excited when we were walking up and down the rows at Memorial and saw the Elston marker. We knew you'd be happy.
Please let us know if there any other Elston's you would like photographed. Happy to help.
Paula and Doug
|Ancestry/searcher||Frank Elston/Memorial Park Cem.|
Hello, Doug and I were at Memorial Park Cem. this morning and were finally able to locate the grave of Frank Elston and his wife. We were so excited! You have been waiting so long for this photo request to be fulfilled - SO glad we were the ones to do that for you.
Paula and Doug
|cynthia mullens||RE: Riley|
You're welcome. It's slow going in the old section. I'll pay particular attention for the Lindsey name next time. It's kind of fun to find a really old one.
|Lynn ||RE: Mary Helen Foster Dunham|
Thank you so much. If I ever discover the info, I will let you know.
Added by Lynn on Sep 18, 2016 3:20 PM
|Lynn ||Mary Dunham Memorial# 73732184|
Thank you for posting a photo of Mary's headstone. Mary is found on the 1860 census living with her son Enoch & his family. The census shows she is 83 & was born NJ. The memorial states she died in 1853. Is there a date on the headstone?
Added by Lynn on Sep 16, 2016 3:29 PM
|Ruth Hundley||Arizona Batty Golden|
Was sent to you all as a relationship here...
My Goldens go back to NW Illinois and then back to NJ. Arizona's husb. Robt. Golden b. 1873 d. 1954 goes back to my 4th gr grandmother's uncle's line in NJ.
Love to visit and share relationship,
Ruth in IL
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