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Mary Fisher (#47341019)
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RE: Crandall memorials
thanks for the tip
Added by Lora on Apr 28, 2015 6:16 PM
My Uncles Memorials
I see two of my uncles memorials were added by you. I am wondering if you would be willing to transfer management to me, or add their parents to them so they're connected with the rest of the family?
Numbers are
Clifford Crandall, #112971649
Robert Crandall #112971393
Alternatively, if you don't wish to transfer management, would you please connect them to their parents.
Numbers are
Roy Crandall, #81575675
Ada Crandall, #81575784
I do have pictures I'd like to add also.
Thank you in advance for your help!
Added by Lora on Apr 26, 2015 6:19 PM
Beverly Kane
RE: Tellers
I'd be happy to have you use the photos. There is another stone that has John on it but is in a shadow, I will keep trying to find the right time of day to get the image. If I get it I will let you know.

Added by Beverly Kane on Apr 26, 2015 8:23 AM
Thomas F. Scully
RE: Marrs
Added by Thomas F. Scully on Apr 12, 2015 3:54 PM
Thomas F. Scully
Yes, you can use the picture no need to credit it unless you want to. Good luck on your search. Cemeteries are acres of mysteries.
Added by Thomas F. Scully on Apr 11, 2015 2:43 PM
RE: Urtz
Sure, you may.
Added by KT on Apr 07, 2015 11:49 AM
S.A. Balow
Robert Balow
Thank you for your search Mary. I do appreciate the photos that you attached. I will try to figure out if Robert is with his mother or has a separate location.
Much appreciation!
Sue Balow Parker
Added by S.A. Balow on Mar 28, 2015 12:40 AM
RE: Mary C Haskins
No, I am very sure I took it there. It was several years ago. That was the only location I photographed that month. Perhaps the stone was somehow destroyed? I know I photographed every stone in that cemetery because I was visiting my great-great-grandfather's gave I had just located. I hope this helps. :)
Added by Alician on Mar 27, 2015 10:57 AM
Cameron Herrell
RE: Mary Haskins
From the close-up of the bottom part of the stone - death year ends in 55 so she had to die in 1855. I have issue with this person being buried in Double Branch since you brought this to my attention. I took 501 pictures of stones in Double Branch on Oct. 12, 2013 & in the listing of my pictures, I have only 3 Haskins - Margaret, John & Elizabeth. Also, in looking at my page copies of Double Branch from the 1980 Bates County Cemeteries book at our local library, it only lists these 3 Haskins. The Mormons walked the cemeteries here in 1980. And since then, volunteers for Poplar Heights Farm walked some and on their website ( click on research - click on Cemeteries of Bates County) they don't have Mary C. Haskins listed in that cemetery either. If I did have the picture, I would have gladly posted it. The day I took the pictures, I didn't have my garden digger with me, and went back on Oct. 23, 2013 to dig the bottom out on 2 stones and re-take the pictures to post.
You'll have to contact the picture taker of that stone and question where they took it. shows that she & Burton were living in District 6, Bates, MO in the 1850 census. You might check with the Butler Public Library at 660-679-4321 to see if she was listed in the 1960 D.A.R. Book of Double Branch - the Daughters of the American Revolution waked the cemeteries around here then. If indeed they say she is out there, I'll be glad to make the 18 mile trip and try to locate that stone.
Added by Cameron Herrell on Mar 26, 2015 8:04 PM
Grave Walker
RE: McIntyre
Sure, I'd be happy to let you use the photo for your private family tree. :)
Added by Grave Walker on Mar 12, 2015 6:03 PM
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