|Diana (Giddens) Shrum & David William Shrum (#47109249)|
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my name is Diana (Giddens) Shrum my husband is Dave Shrum, we live in Missouri. my father, was born in Hartshorn, Texas, Co. Mo. His side of my family lived in Pulaski, Phelps, Dent, Shannon, and Texas, Co. in Missouri. I cant prove, thu, any of the Indian rolls,that on my fathers side of the family, we have Cherokee blood. In 1832 a Law was made,in Missouri, no Indians could live in the State of Missouri. The light skins Cherokees, and even the darker skins Cherokees called themselves Black Irish,and had to act as if they were full blooded white blood. If it was found out they were part or full Cherokee they would lose everything they own and then sent to, OK. My father, us to take me to many cemetery's when I was young, some he work in part time, and others to show me where are family and loved ones were buried.My dad passed away in 1970 and is buried in Hartshorn, Texas, Co. The name of the cemetery is Antioch/Dewitt. Most of the people who are buried in this cemetery are related one way or the other. I dont live near where he is buried, so Find-A-Grave is the closest I get to a visit, some years.The surnames I am related, to the, Giddens, Stark, Hensley, Morgan, Dye, Clark, Nickles, Buckner, Gale, Butler, Ireland, Dewitt, and many more. My Husband knew little about his family till I started working on his side of the family. The Shrum, Johnson & many more. If you have anything you would like me to add to a memorial, of a love one, family are just a friend. Please use the edit on the memorial, and I will get the info added ASP. I have found that some people don't think, they need to add, the info, sent to them, for a memorial, that has been suggested. I think the more that is known about a person and the life they lived, the more, we get a understanding of who they were,and how they lived there life here on earth. We help, give them a voice, and keep there memory alive. It is sad that we have so many memorials with just a name and dates. They are all more then that, they were,the ones who paved the path we walk. When History about a family is lost, so will its children who are still here, on earth, be lost. No one should ever be forgotten are where they are buried be unknown. No memorial should be held in the care of someone who is not family to the memorial if there is someone who is family and wants to take on the responsibility of carry for the memorial,I think the right thing to do is to then transfer. If, I am in care of one of your loved one's and they are not of my Family, are,if they are, and you are closer in relation,to them then me. If they were your Aunt, or Uncle, Great, or Grandparent's and they were only my Cousins, I believe they belong with someone who loved them, and new them, then them, staying in my care and not be given the respect they deserve. But if you are one who wont give transfer's, in less they are in the FAG guide line's, then don't, ask me, to do for you, what, you wont do for others. Its funny how people who want to up hold the law's or rules on others are the ones who break them the most.|
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|Kin4Pat||Find A Grave|
I am wondering if you are like a lot of people on Find A Grave who are not aware of the new EDIT Tab on your contributor page, Find A Grave has not told anyone, but when someone sends you a correction or addition you no longer automatically receive an E Mail notification,but under your edit tab it will show you how many edits you have been sent by clicking on the tab you can view the edits and either accept them or decline them.
Hope this makes sense. Find A Grave is supposed to be to send out a message,but haven't yet.
Added by Kin4Pat on Jan 25, 2014 5:39 PM
|BSwartzHall||RE: Joyce Stewart|
So sorry I offended and upset you. I'm never sure if I have sent a message or request in the proper way and if anyone has received it. Again so sorry to have offended you.
|KAREN LOVY||RE: John Franklin Giddens|
|BSwartzHall||Joyce Marie Stewart # 35238217|
Would you please make a correction on the Joyce Marie Stewart # 35238217 memorial site? Joyce Marie Stewart # 35238217 is buried at Antioch Cemetery, Hartshorn, Texas County, Missorui, USA. The couple listed as her parents is not correct. If you will please notice the mother listed died eight years before Joyce Marie was born. The correct parents are Vera Pauline Summer Stewart # 120805207 and Amos Stewart. Amos is still living. Vera was cremated.
Bea Swartz Hall
I've added the additional info to her memorial. Thanks for sending it to me!
Added by KC on Sep 27, 2013 9:37 AM
|Tina Williams Wood Swyers||William J. Jourdan Tombstone|
Hi: I just found the tombstone of William Jordan/Jourdan that you posted with information.
William Jourdan had a sister, Mary Emaline Jourdan who married James Dyer. They had a daughter Elizabeth Jane Dyer who married Oliver Houston Cannedy. They are the GG Grandparents of my children. After James Dyer died bef. 1860 in Tenn
I find Mary Emaline Jourdan Dyer in Missouri married to Edward Costellow. I am in hopes of contacting or finding contacts of this Jourdan family. The 1850 census in Tenn with James Dyer and Mary Emaline Jourdan Dyer has John Jourdan living in their household. Tina
|Peggy Campbell- Vanderlip||Mary Elizabeth Blankenship Harmon|
Hi in regards to Mary Elizabeth Blankenship Harmon who is my great great grandmother Memorial# 70266017 can you please link her to her father's Spencer Blankenship link Memorial# 82296307 and her mother
Mariah Scoggins Blankenship Memorial# 82296385
|Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke||Abner E Shrum|
I have linked the Abner Shrum family, thanks, Emma.
|Becky Doan||RE: Cove Burying Ground|
I THINK this is where I found names:
It's been too long. There likely are a lot more people there, as you've said, who weren't documented, and for most people there, there are no markers. Maybe this will help you. BD
|Lynn Marie Vint||RE: Torr & Carline Family|
Thanks for up-dating Arthur's memorial. Your pictures of the stone and good eye for the inconsistencies on the death certificates made all the difference.
Your offer to photograph their house was so thoughtful, but you really don't need to.
I also want to thank you very much for your kind words. You made my day!
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