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My mom and I have been able to find some pictures of head stones on this site that we most likely would never have seen. It's helped us in my search of our family history. "Thank you".|
If we've made any mistakes or you have any suggestions for any of the ones that we've placed in here, please let us know.
If you'd like us to transfer a site over to you, just ask. As long as it's not someone that is a part of our family I will be glad to transfer.
** Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy Shit... what a ride!" **
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|Homer R. Ficken||Johann Heinrich Schnakenberg|
Noticed your photo request: I don't live in Missouri but have a Monsees Cemetery list that shows JHS's gravestone between those of Theodore & Mathilde Luetjen and Herman & Anna Luetjen.
|Dr. Charles R. Campbell||The Bibb Family Again|
Hi Susan, been working on my brother-in-law's family again. I am looking for two of his great great grandfather Benjamin Brown Bibb's wives. You have Elvira Davis linked, she was his third wife. His first wife was Elizabeth Betsy Duncan (b. 1807-d.1836). His second wife was Mary Mitchell (b. 1820-d.1853). I don't know where they are buried but suspect they are somewhere close.
Benjamin Brown Bibb was born in Amherst, Amherst, Virginia, USA.
Also, Benjamin C. Bibb (b.1847) (83586867) wife was Judith Ann Mildred Yaeger (Annie) (83586898). They need to be linked. They were my blaw's great aunt and uncle.
Thanks for any assistance, best regards,
|Roxxi Dahl||RE: Minerva Harbold|
Hi Again friend. I am creating a memory on findagrave for Minerva's husband JW Harbold - whose name is also on the headstone of that photo you took for me quite a while back. I would like to place that photo on Jacob William Harbold memory on findagrave also if you give me your permission. Thank you for your work on find a grave! Have a great day! Roxxi
|Karl Hamlin||RE: Patterson|
Many thanks for your willingness to transfer. All these Pattersons in Dover, and a few in Greenwood, are descendants of Stephen-1 Hamlin. Yes, please also transfer Zachariah and Marcelena's memorials; thanks for offering. I like your idea about creating the private Patterson Cemetery and will follow through. Here's what I know about its location "Buried on his (William L Patterson) farm, nine miles from Louisiana, MO, on the road to Eolia, MO". Others have just said Prairieville Twp, Pike, MO. Does that narrow it down any for you?
Great to connect with you.
Thanks and best regards,
|Thomas||RE: Elsa Krauss|
Sorry, it took me a little bit to add the last of the information you provided. But it is there now. Thank you for the information.
I am not related, so if you have a connection I will be happy to transfer.
Added by Thomas on Jun 18, 2013 10:53 PM
|Donna Abney||RE: Maple Grove Cem.|
Elias Porter is in section F he is in roll 5 the cemetery reads from the highway so he is 3rd from the end the largest stone in this area. Can you tell me if his wife went by Belle the woman buried next to him is Belle Williams b 1847 D 1911. there is a office on corner by red light parking in back, entrance on back. Donna
Hi there - I have never concentrated on my paternal side of the family (the grandmother you're speaking of is my father's mother). I have definitely heard those names before. I remember hearing my grandmother talk about the Grigsbys and I believe her maiden name was Williams. Would love chat more about this in a regular e-mail.
Added by PT on May 16, 2013 8:28 AM
|Rubyann Darnell||Memorial 104217412 Salmons|
Here is more information on the stone you have pictured in the Auburn Cemetery, in case you would like to have it. It is published in "Gone But Not Forgotten" by William L. Douglas, Jr. c1982, Volume III, Auburn Cemetery that says: "Salmons, Willena -Daughter of J.V. & K.A. Salmons Aug 17, 1880 Oct. 27, 1880." That's the only Salmons name recorded in that cemetery.
|debjmj||Williams Cemetery, Pike Co. MO|
Hi. I have an interest in the Williams family cemetery, Hartford Twp, Pike Co. MO. I see that you have taken all the photos for the Find A Grave memorials for this cemetery. I am looking for the grave of Rebecca Ann Williams Lawrence (1824 KY - 15 May 1848 Lincoln Co., MO); Rebecca is the daughter of Nathaniel Williams and Nancy Cross Williams (memorial #45569545), and 1st wife of my 2nd great-grandfather, Richard Dorsey Lawrence (memorial #59403464). Are all the remaining grave markers for this cemetery represented on Find A Grave, or do others exist? Thanks for any information you can share. I will email M J Carroll, as well.
Find A Grave contributor #47168007
Added by debjmj on Oct 08, 2012 8:16 AM
|Michelle Morris||RE: Dover Cem.|
Thank you so much. I'm interested in Patterson names. I do not know where all daughters died after their marriages, but if you see any of these combos that aren't on findagrave while you are out there:
Nancy P. Bolden (husband's name may be Richard or David Bolden)
Elizabeth P. Crowder and spouse Elisha Crowder
Mary P. Walker and possible spouse James Walker
Hannah or Anne P. Harpole/Harpool and possible spouse Joel Harpole/Harpool
and Arenethe or Azenethe P. Price (husband's name unknown)[This one is on findagrave and I think you may have gotten this name in the request as well as for William Valentine Patterson and wife Susan Calaway/Calloway.
I appreciate whatever you are able to do. Thank you for your time.
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