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Craig Handy (#47340193)
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Bio Photo I'm so glad they created this website for our loved ones. I think it is a great place to visit your relatives and leave flowers for them. I recently started looking to find my ancestors of where I came from. I am addicted to genealogy now. If you need a correction done on a memorial please click the edit button and give me the new information or correction you are suggesting. Please follow the find a grave guidelines.
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Chuck Metcalfe
RE: Myers
You are very welcome, happy to be of some assistance.

Chuck
Added by Chuck Metcalfe on Jul 14, 2014 8:13 AM
Alan Munday
Severy Cemetery
Hello Craig. I visited the Severy Cemetery about two weeks ago.6-6-2014. If you have not been there, it sits on the north side of the old highway, about on the NW side of Severy. It is now known as the Greenwood Co. cemetery. The old stones are very weathered and hard to read. That part of Kansas is somewhat wet and humid, and the lesser quality stone has not lasted. Because of this, I was not able to find the Munday markers, but later that day I located a 90 year old relative that still lives near Severy, and he told me where to look. The Munday's are buried along the east edge of the cemetery. Something interesting was that the pictures in this website look as though the long tall markers might be five or six feet tall. They are about 2-3 ft. tall and about 6-8 inches square at the base.I was not able to find any of the children's graves, due to the condition of the markers.
Added by Alan Munday on Jun 23, 2014 3:58 PM
EM
RE: Lela McNerny
Well . . . you are welcome . . .
Added by EM on Jun 15, 2014 9:45 PM
Cathy Sims
RE: Skinner Family
Thanks, Craig!

I am going to try and get a hold of my Grandpa today to see if he knows about Paul Sr. having been remarried and having another child. If his sister, Erma, ever shared that information with anyone, it would have been my Grandpa. It will be interesting to see if he ever knew about Johnny.
Added by Cathy Sims on Jun 02, 2014 1:07 PM
Cathy Sims
RE: Skinner Family
I was just curious approximately when that reunion was to get a better idea of how old Tony and Pam may have been. If it was in the late 50's, they would have been teenagers. I, personally, am not in direct contact with either one of them, but I am in touch with Tony's son and Pam's oldest child.

When I talk with my Grandpa again, I will see what he knows of Erma and Paul Sr.'s marriage, as Erma was his half-sister, and they were very close.

Did Paul Sr.'s son from his 2nd marriage have any children?

I look forward to seeing those photos when you get around to it. I completely understand the time it takes to go through photos....I'm still looking for some more of Tony.
Added by Cathy Sims on May 31, 2014 11:52 PM
Cathy Sims
Skinner Family
I saw you mentioned that your mother remembers meeting Paul Jr. and Pam at a family reunion. Does she remember what year that was?
I am amazed at all of the distant relatives I have run across on here and ancestry.com. As siblings grow up and move on in their own directions, their families grow apart, so a lot of cousins, etc. don't know each other. That's why I love these sites!
Added by Cathy Sims on May 30, 2014 7:23 PM
Cathy Sims
RE: Skinner Family
I wrote to one of the people I "know" from the Skinner line (I've never met her, just through facebook), and she has never had any knowledge of her mom's father's family (which would be Paul Skinner Sr.). So, it sounds like she would be interested in learning more about her biological grandfather and his family. I look forward to sharing information with you and learning more about the Skinners.
Added by Cathy Sims on May 30, 2014 12:28 PM
Randall Chandler Stroot
Paul Skinner Sr offspring
Hi Craig, I posted two more photos on his memorial. You now might want to edit the order of the pics and place Paul's photo at the top again.
Maybe more to come.
Regards,
Randy
Added by Randall Chandler Stroot on May 30, 2014 10:38 AM
Randall Chandler Stroot
RE: Paul(Tony) Skinner, Jr pic
You are most welcome. I too think this is a great website. What a great way to remember our families, so contributing in some way is a no brainer for me.

Another pic is coming of Tony and Pam circa 1970's. I noticed a few pics of the cemetary on the Paul Sr memorial. Could you delete one of them, so I can post the next pic?

Hopefully, I'll have that downloaded later tonight.

BTW, I noticed Cathy Sims contacted you. You should get to know her, as she knows far more than I do about the Skinner lineage.

We are all inlaw cousins...she being my second cousin once removed.
Added by Randall Chandler Stroot on May 29, 2014 6:49 PM
Cathy Sims
RE: Skinner Family
Other than some photos, which I will dig around for, is there anything specific you are looking for about the Skinners that I might be able to help with?
Added by Cathy Sims on May 29, 2014 4:43 PM
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