My cousin, Judy Millsap(Contributor #47247143), and I have been working on our Family History since the early 90's. We have found the Find-a-Grave website to be a GREAT extension of our efforts. We want to share pictures and facts regarding the lives and deaths of our family. We have have been active on Find-a-Grave since March 2010 and will be adding pictures and bio info for as many of our family as possible. We also hope to find a 'new' 'kin folks along the way.
children of Laura and Ben Carpenter I'm writing in regard to Laura Carpenter, memorial # 55817593. I have 3 children on a memorial who appear to be hers but they all ied pretty youn, one is just listed as infant, one is Dessie or possibly Bessie and the other is Ervin. They all appear to be buried in Craven Cemetery, Ray county Mo. Do you think these are her and Benjamin's children who simply didn't survive to adulthood? I hestitate to link them at this point. bill
RE: White Family Don, I forgot to give you info about Fred E. White 40068150. In 1940 he was with his older brothers Wesley 38747459, and Lee in Castle Rock Washington. He never got married and is buried there. I have now found and connected all the children of Charles and Annie White except for Lee. My mom has him as Robert Lee but the census in ancestry.com have him as Lee R. It is making it very difficult to figure out where he went after 1940. My dad is pretty sure he got married but thought he stayed in Washington. I will continue looking for him. CWolfe
Burton Coble Don , Thanks for the information on Burton Coble, He was myy wife's grand father, we have done quite a bit of research trying to figure out who Burtons father was, I thinh Gavid married Burton's mother after Burton was born, my information is based on the marriage lic. of Susan Best and David Peter Coble, I have been told that Burtons father was a whittenberg, so I am good with adding David Coble as his father. If you have any more info about this please let me know, by the way the coble cemetery is is in Greene county instead of Polk/ Thanks