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PShannon (#47068630)
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Bio Photo I'am not related to most of the people in the memorials that I have created, but someone is, and the memorials might (and has) help them find that long-lost loved one.
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Anyone may use my tombstone pictures for their own personal use, no credit wanted.

I do not add memorials to Findagrave, to see how many I can get, I do it so people can be found and remembered. Everyone deserves that!!

and please use the edit button, that is just above the pictures on each memorial, for leaving information, such as adding links, bios, corrections, and requesting transfers, and include your Findagrave member number. Makes it so much easier to make those edits and transfers.
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Joan Viney
Daisy FrancesTuder
I just received this reply from a great-granddaughter after inquiring of her the burial place of Daisy:
"She is buried at the Lincoln Memorial Park in Lincoln, Nebraska. Her daughter, Inez G. Koch (1917-2010) is buried next to her. One of her sons, Harold K. Tudor (1923-2003) is buried at Fairview Cemetery in Lincoln, Nebraska. Her other son, Kenneth E. Tudor (1921-1983) was cremated and the location of his ashes is unknown. You may now update Daisy's memorial with the correct cemetery name.
Added by Joan Viney on Oct 30, 2014 3:41 PM
Joan Viney
Memorial # 86052509 - Daisy F. Tuder
Although her name and birth year are inscribed on the gravestone with her husband, Daisy Frances Clanton, wife of Earl Sidney Tuder (spelled "Tudor" by all other members of the family), lived several more years after her husband's death. She died in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska and is buried there. Unfortunately, I have been unable to verify her exact location of burial---probably Lincoln Memorial Park but no verification found as proof.
Since she is not buried with her husband, this is the reason her death year (1977) is not inscribed on this gravestone. Please correct your memorial to indicate "Cemetery Unknown" until the time if and when we find information to indicate the exact name of her burial place. A note might be included in her bio stating she died in Lincoln.
Added by Joan Viney on Oct 29, 2014 1:15 AM
RE: Bessie Dailey Butts
Hi Patty, I'm trying to find obits for the Henry Reynolds family and not having much luck. I did find the following articles, but I'm not sure they relate to your Henry. I don't know if there was more than one Henry Reynolds around at that time. Some of the dates and places might not match, but I'm sending them just in case you don't have them already. Dennis

Moberly (MO) Weekly Monitor, Apr. 14, 1914- Madison- From the Times- Henry Reynolds is reported seriously ill at his home south of town. He has been in failing health for some time.

Moberly (MO) Weekly Monitor, Apr. 28, 1914- G. R. Reynolds returned the first of the week from Clarence, where he was called by the serious illness of his brother, Henry, who is suffering from pneumonia.
Added by DStephens on Oct 24, 2014 8:25 AM
RE: Wm Henry and Phoebe Dunn at Red Top Cemetery
So happy to have helped you find William and Phoebe. Yes, feel free to use the photos of their stones and thanks for asking.

If you look at the cemetery page for Red Top, you will see two photos that I added there. They indicated that some of the stones were moved there at two different times in the past (I assume they were moved from a small "farm plot", but I have no real knowledge of that.) There is nothing in the cemetery that delineates a section to show which stones were actually moved, though. It's possible that these were not actually there when you visited the cemetery. I don't recall which stones were near those two notices.

Added by grandmacarol on Sep 14, 2014 4:31 AM
Margaret Lunsford
Whitfield Reynolds
Can you PLEASE REMOVE this name from my Richard Reynolds Memorial!!!!! WHY did you put it on there?????? This is NOT Richard's son. PLEASE LEAVE MY MEMORIALS TO ME!!!!!!
Added by Margaret Lunsford on Jan 14, 2014 11:57 AM
Michael Blanchette
John Luttrell
Hi Patty,
Sure cousin, you may use any photo I've posted. You say John is your great-granduncle. He's my great-grandfather. Please email me at I'm interested to know how we are related.
Added by Michael Blanchette on Nov 01, 2012 5:26 PM
Jim DeLaney
Michael Trumbo
I have some information about Michael and his parents. I will send it to you but I will need an email address. Send it to
Added by Jim DeLaney on Nov 08, 2010 6:20 PM
Jim DeLaney
RE: barker, etc. links
Most of this information is from New FamilySearch operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Some were posted there by others and some by me. A lot of what I posted came from Missouri Digital Heritage's death certificate listings. I have noticed a lot of connections between Barkers and Dawsons. The first one of these I did was Minnie Kate Barker Brown who was my great-grandmother and did not die until I was 15. Thanks go to you and several others for completing the links I have identified.

Added by Jim DeLaney on Oct 23, 2010 1:44 PM
Kennith & Michelle "Clark" Wetzel
RE: Claus Schroder
Patty, With your help and the photo of the Powell stone, I was able to locate Claus Schroder's marker.
On the new map for Oakland it is located at 9-L.
Thank you again for your help!
Added by Kennith & Michelle "Clark... on Oct 04, 2010 8:54 AM
James Snyder
Mahala Alice Dunn
Hi Patty,

I just added Alice last week and new I had something and looked and didn't find anything. Then I was adding Curtice informatoin and there Alice was, Curtice's mother. I tried pulling a file out of family tree maker, let me know if you can't read the below report. I don't have any death informatoin and unfortunaley I didn't take a picture of the marker at Milam Chapel Cemetery, maybe next trip that I make to Missouri. I would like to have the picture thoush, I really enjoy putting them together. Cheers.....Jamie

Descendants of Wm Dunn
Generation 1
1. Wm Dunn-1 was born in 1837 in missouri.
Elizabeth Dunn was born in 1839 in missouri.
Wm Dunn and Elizabeth Dunn married. They had the following children:

2. i. Mahala Alice Dunn was born in Sep 1859 in Independence, Macon, Missouri, USA. She
married Samuel Robert Milam on 20 Nov 1877 in Macon.

ii. George Dunn was born in 1858 in missouri.

Generation 2
2. Mahala Alice Dunn-2 (Wm-1) was born in Sep 1859 in Independence, Macon, Missouri, USA.
Samuel Robert Milam son of Benjamin Milam and Jane D Richardson was born on 04 Apr 1850 in
Tazewell, Virginia, USA. He died on 27 Feb 1910 in Macon, Missouri, USA.
Samuel Robert Milam and Mahala Alice Dunn were married on 20 Nov 1877 in Macon. They had the
following children:
i. Curtice Iva Milam was born on 01 Jul 1879 in Missouri, USA. She married William Frank
Mckenzie on 08 Jan 1908 in Macon, Missouri, USA. She died on 11 Jan 1970 in Bevier,
Macon, Missouri, United States of America.
ii. William R Milan was born in Dec 1881 in missouri. He died on 12 Jan 1970 in Kearney,
Buffalo, Nebraska, USA.
iii. Elbert E Milan was born in Jan 1887 in missouri.
iv. Herbert E Milan was born in Aug 1891 in missouri.
v. Virgil D Milam was born in 1901 in missouri.
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