I live in central Mo. ,and i enjoy visiting graveyards,and looking at old Gravestones, lots of interesting history in them.
The information submitted is the information that is shown on the headstone, cemetery listing, death record or in the obituary. If I've posted a record that needs to be corrected or updated, please use the "Edit" function to let me know and I'll be glad to correct/add the information. If the person is your DIRECT family member (according to Find A Grave guidelines), and you would like me to transfer the memorial to you, please let me know. If that person is NOT directly related to me and they are directly related to you, I will be glad to transfer the memorial to you. Please use the "Edit" function and include your Find A Grave member I.D. number. If you would like to request linking family members, again, please use the "Edit" function to let me know. If requests are e-mailed directly to me instead of going through Find-A-Grave, there is a good chance it will be deleted without being read if I don't recognize the sender or if there is no reference to Find-A-Grave in the subject. Many thanks for the kind notes, and also the flowers which have been left on the memorials. It is rewarding to know that my work has been of help to so many people.
Anyone wishing to use any photo's I have posted on this sight are more then welcome to do so without having to ask for my permission. If you have the program to clear them up ?you have my permission to also fix them. Douglas Pyeatt
Thanks for the updates .. we did not have Find A Grave info on George and Mary. Mary's step father Frederick W Morris lived with her and g daughter in 1880.. Frederick dies in 1884? in Osceola and we assume buried there but have no info on where. FYI
Nola Shelten Doug, thank you so much for the transfer. This family has been difficult to find and link because of the spelling variation of the surname. But then that seems pretty common in Missouri -- maybe other places, too, but it is Missouri I work in 90% where different spellings is almost normal.
Mullins family at Osceola Cemetery Doug, thank you so much for the transfers, and for creating the memorial pages in the first place so that I would be able to find them! I really appreciate all your good work. God bless, Amy :)
VIRGINIA CAROLINE STOTTS REED Douglas, thank you so very kindly for the transfer of Virginia. She was married to two of my Reed cousins. I've begun work on her memorial and will do more after dinner. Your contributions are priceless to us all. Kindest Regards, Nancy