|Pam||Thanks for the reply|
Thank you for replying and also volunteering to take pictures of head stones.
Added by Pam on Oct 20, 2014 10:08 PM
|Pam||Merle M. Beattie|
Hello. My name is Pam and I'm doing research on Merle M. Beattie for my social studies class. I saw that you took pictures of the Beattie head stones. I was wondering if you might be one of her relatives and if I could interview you or if you can point me into the right direction? My email is my username.
Added by Pam on Oct 20, 2014 11:21 AM
|Wally S.||Jake White|
Thanks for linking Jake to his parents. Iti is sincerely appreciated.
Added by Wally S. on Jun 16, 2013 9:04 PM
|Wally S.||Jake White|
THIS IS A COPY OF A MESSAGE THAT YOU SENT TO THE FOLLOWING FIND A GRAVE CONTRIBUTOR:
Contributor name: kristinamllr
Link to contributor: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=47344883
Find A Grave contributor Wally S. has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Jake White.
Please link Jake White, #58336044, to his father Thomas, #21781301, and to his mother Rebecca, #21781513.
Added by Wally S. on Jun 15, 2013 5:13 PM
|Sandy Vincent Wood||RE: Strong family|
Unfortunatley I don't have much information on the Strong family. Fountain Strong is my husband's GG Grandfather. His daughter, Arminta Strong married into the family. Much of what I've found was on census records. They indicated Fountain's parents came to TN from Ireland . . . then ended up in MO. We don't live in MO and have not visited the Thomas Cemetery. Would love to though. I have Fountain with 7 children: Arminta [the oldest]; Mary Elizabeth; John; Josiah; Sarah; Amanda; and Laura. Hope this helps with your search.
|Sandy Vincent Wood||Strong family|
Am curious in your connection to the Strong family buried in Thomas Cemetery, DeKalb Co., MO. Arminta Strong Price is a direct relative of my husband's family
|Diane F||Bernice Strauch|
For Bernice Strauch # 52607209 you have her husband, Raymond stone picture.
Thanks for being part of find a grave.
Added by Diane F on Oct 18, 2012 10:26 AM
|Diane F||Bernice Strauch|Added by Diane F on Oct 18, 2012 10:23 AM
|familytreegirl||RE: Stigler Cemetery Survey|
The survey is just some copied papers. I am currently re-surveying the whole cemetery and plan to publish the database and pics of ALL the graves. I have taken over 2000. You can order a copy of the survey from the Haskell County Historical Society. I paid $8 including postage.
|familytreegirl||RE: Fieldon Jewel Austin|
There was a survey done in 1980 and 1988 and the marker was listed as "sm. Brass marker lying under juniper tree" and lists the row and space. Most of the debris around the tree is pine needles, leaves, dirt... I plan to go back with a shovel and a metal detector. This grave is driving me crazy! I will find it!
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