I have been researching family since 1983.This doesn't mean I am an expert but have hopefully learned something along the way. One thing I feel significant, is to research all the females and do about 2-3 generations on each sibling of yourfamily(from your direct line) You may also find more relatives this way, as families move together(or did earlier in time)
I love Find A Grave, I have found so many persons full birth and death dates.
My pet peeve is to find a memorial with a photo of the tombstone with full dates etc and the person who made the memorial only puts in year, or does record from a partial listing and has unknown for the dates ...when they are there on the tombstone.
Benjamin Petterson Hello Rose, I did find a Picture of his marker on a Website, but I can't share it because it has been copyrighted. The cemetery is on private property. You can view it on the site. Google "Pueblo County Cemeteries", WWW.Kmitch.com. Cemeteries are listed in order. Click on Cox Ranch Cemetery and you will find his listing. It is a beautiful Headstone ! Hope this helps ! Kim
Vivian Lewis Burrell (Burril) Rose, I did not add that biographical info to the Find a Grave page of Lysle Erastus Burrell. I don't know why the information was added as a link and it links back to my profile. I just sent a message to (J.S.) and asked him to correct it.
You may want to send a message to (J.S.). He is maintaining the page and that is his family so he may be able to help you with Vivian.
I do know that Vivian was still living when her husband, Lysle died in Nov 1963. I don't know any more about Vivian.
Charity Brady Rose, I am a ggreatgranddauther of Charity Brady. My line; Hiram and Charity Brady, James Polk Brady and Harriet Godfrey Brady, Sarah Brady Stanley and Thomas Wright Stanley, Gordon Stanley, my dad. I have lived my entire life in Marion County and have been so very interested in family history my entire life. It has always been the idea that Charity Cook Brady was buried by her husband at Norton Cemetery, however she is not. Wanda Richardson Wilson found her marked grave about 1/4 mile away from Norton Cemetery at Willis Cemetery just over the line in Boone County. Crooked Creek separates these two cemeteries and maybe she died on the other side of the creek and they couldn't get her to Norton for burial. You can find the information on Arkansas gravestones under Boone County Arkansas in Willis Cemetery. I am asking that you research this because it is causing some confusion and conflicts for application of Daughters of the American Revolution and United Daughters of Confederacy. I am a member of both. Thank you for your consideration of this matter.
RE: Memorial# 47937284, James M Cox No I am not knowingly related. Received as a transfer from Bud when his health began declining. He wanted someone to safeguard his memorials until family expressed interest in managing them. So if you are interested, they are available. Best regards, Ann