I'm a genealogy dabbler, living in Portland, Oregon, and was amazed and delighted to find so many photos of ancestral markers already in place. I also really appreciate the many volunteers who are helping to fill in the many gaps.
I'm trying to help fill in some gaps in the records of the Hatcher Family Association, so you'll see quite a few requests for Hatcher information. A large fraction of all the Hatchers in the US are more or less distant relations of mine.
I'm happy to transfer memorial management to kin of the deceased, as long as you're more closely related than I am. Just ask!
RE: Re: Leah Gammon Robinson Hello William, thank you for the info.I'll be looking for it. Leah Gammon Robinson 4th grt grandmother- Pleasant M Robinson- William Pleasant Robinson - Martha Jane Robinson Adams- Laura Ann Adams Maxwell- Martha Maxwell Bowman then me.
I am not related to James but I have been researching this cemetery and through a previous researchers notes which was found through census, birth & death records of Barry County. I found the Military info by accident when I was searching for another person's info.
I'm not sure where she found out about the grandfathers, but I found some info on them in a Military website. Do you have any names & dates on them, if so I will double check it for you?.
Sarah Frances Mullins Hatcher Mr. Watson, I have a newspaper article re: Aunt Fannie's 90th birthday party and her recollections crossing the plains on her way to California. Would you be interested in having it added to her Find A Grave site? Carol Hines