|Phil Bo (#47247137)|
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Researching my family line of McFerran, Akers and Bollinger. Willing to share information as long as you are. My photo's are copy right protected and I have no problem going after anybody that uses them with out my expressed written permission. I hate taking a hard nosed approach but because of the numerous trolls that have plagiarized and taken information with out permission, it has left me with no other choice. Happy Hunting and God Bless|
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Happy to transfer!
Oh Good Grief, I knew that. Thank you very much.
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Pictures|
You are Welcome
If you check all relations you will see their are several I do not manage. The people who manage them are either related or are just the manager. I am sure they will be happy to help you. Good luck.
|Harold Brown||Marvin W Akers and the Hicks|
As requested I transfer Mr. Aker's memorial at the same time I also did all relatives attached to him and his wife. The name comes up as Hicks. If I missed any please let me know and I will be happy to do the same with them.
|A.C. Rogers||RE: Lucy Akers|
Yes, there was either a tombstone that broke with time or if the tombstone lay flat on the ground, it might now covered with dirt. Or it may have been just a Funeral Home metal marker that is now gone. Anyway, the area of the grave is known, but I could not find any kind of marker at the site.
There are no records of who owns the burial plots of land due to a fire many years ago that destroyed the records. So locations of the graves were only identified by markers of some kind. The first comprehensive listing of the markers being done in 1967. Two other comprehensive listings were completed later, the last one is one I did in 2001. But I did not list which tombstones I could not find when I compiled the updated list.
|A.C. Rogers||Lucy M. Akers tombstone|
I have added a picture of the area where Lucy Akers tombstone was in 1967 when Richmond Cemetery was first surveyed. However, I could not find the tombstone where the stone should have been (#709)when I went to the Richmond Cemetery on Sept 11, 2014. I'm sorry that I could not completely fulfill your request.
The caption on her tombstone was: "Lucy M. Akers, died Aug 10, 1893, wife of J T. Akers, age 26 yrs, 3 mo, 19 da."
|Paula G Fowler||RE: Picture|
|ellen anderson||walter raymond studdard|
Walter is the father to a Frances Albterta Studdard Anderson she the mother to my dad Charles Ray Anderson he was born in fed1934 and pass in jan 2010. That you for the page of him
|JARROTT P. COX||RE: Endecott|
Endecott's? witch ones are we taking about? .
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