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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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Thank you for the photographs for them. It appears that Martha Willhite is the daughter of Wesley and Lucy Triplett. She did die in 2007 from what information I can find. The obituary I found indicates that she was buried there. I suspect they just haven't completed the headstone for her. I've sent the edits to you to make it easier. Thank you again for those photos and for searching for the others too. It's been greatly appreciated.
Added by Ruro on May 28, 2015 10:12 PM
|EmilyEm||Nancy McClure Immelt Brown|
The Photo Success message just arrived. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I've had a request up for so long--had another a couple years back never fulfilled--and wondered if anyone would ever get there! It is a little out of the way but so pretty. The pictures my cousin and I took when we found it originally were in the days of film--2005, I think--and were so dark. Yours are perfect. Hope you enjoyed your day.
Added by EmilyEm on May 24, 2015 6:18 AM
|John Hardester||Annie Brown headstone|
Thank you so much for taking this photo for me. I really appreciate it!
Thank you, that would be great if you could add the close up of each one separate. I know what you mean about the sun, it is not always a good thing when trying to get photos. I have found that if I back up from the stone and then zoom in, it makes it easier.
Many thanks for the photos. :)
Added by BJSK on Apr 11, 2015 11:29 PM
|Donna||Isaiah Gorrell & Rebecca Davis|
BOWLING GREEN TIMES Wednesday, July 25, 1928
Bowling Green, Pike County, Missouri
ISAIAH GORRELL PASSED AWAY FRIDAY MORNING
Funeral of Civil War Verteran Was Held At Indian Creek Church
Isaiah Gorrell, a Civil War verteran and pioneer resident of the NewHartford vicinity, passed away at his home Friday morning, following an illness of several months duration.
Isaiah Gorrell was born in Clark County, West Virginia, March 17, 1839, being at the time of his death 89 years, 4 months, and 3 days old. He was a son of Benjamin and Rebecca Davis Gorrell. In early childhood he moved with his parents to Marietta, Ohio, where he resided until early manhood. Then he came to Missouri
When the Civil War broke out he readily volunteered and gave four years of service to the cause of the southern Conferderacy.
He was united in marriage to Miss Tempy Alice Pritchett on January 23,1871. To this union six children were born, Mrs. Alfred Whilhoit of Elreno, Oklahoma: Frank Gorrell of Ashley: Roger Gorrell of Fulton: Mrs. Charley Young of Bowling Green: Fred Gorrell of Oklahoma City: and Miss Pearl Gorrell who resided with her parents.
Mr. Gorrell was a good citizen always taking active part in the best interests for the community in which he lived. He was a good neighbor and friend and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Funeral services were held at Indian Creek church Saturday morning at eleven o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. S. Eames, who preached a consoling and inspiring sermon. The body was laid to rest in the cemetery near the church.
To those who mourn his death we extend our sincere sympathy in their loss.
A large concourse of friends attended the funeral and among those present were: S. B. Weatherford of this city, and Edward Lawrence of Louisville,ex-Confederate soldiers, who served in the same company with Mr. Gorrell
Added by Donna on Mar 21, 2015 8:58 AM
|Donna||Dawson Indian Creek|
Hello Again, ;-)
Hildrey J. Dawson was married to Mary J Lovelace, daughter of Brewis Webster Lovelace and wife, Martha Walker Jones. Hildrey and Mary were married 10 August 1852 in Pike County, MO.
Added by Donna on Mar 21, 2015 8:37 AM
|Margaret Maresca Butler||Ann Wright #75310592|
Forgot - would you also link her to her father - Cornelius Furfey #106733745
Ah thanks for the information and for adding them. I understand about having to delete pictures quickly. They do take up a good deal of space. If you could get the phone number, I'd appreciate it. I'm not sure how soon I'd be able to call them as I'm usually working most common work hours but perhaps I can get a chance soon. Thank you again.
Added by Ruro on Sep 04, 2014 9:18 PM
|Schatzie Moore||RE: Kentucky- McKinney|
My 4th greatgrandparents are George Moore and Mary Polly McKinney Moore. I am a direct Descendent of Mordecia McKinney (dna) Polly McKinney Moore was the daughter of Daniel Hiram McKinney and Mercy Amassa "Massie" Blatchley McKinney. Sister to Collin McKinney in Grayson Texas (oldest signer of Texas Declaration)
George Moore son of Edward Moore and Amy Ashley Moore, grandson of William Moore... I can go on?? !
|hrf||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.
Added by hrf on Apr 15, 2014 12:30 PM
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