|Pam Witherow (#47364463)|
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I am simply doing this because I love it and love helping people. I don't care about the numbers, I only care about the living people walking into brick walls when searching for open doors.|
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|Kandy J Kelly||Find A Grave Memorial# 71700601|
Can you tell me what documentation for Mary McCabe, nameing her parents came from?
|Larry Chipman||J W Daniel|
He was my Great Grandfather. Son of William M Daniel. The birth year on him is correct, 1845. I have William M Daniel Family bible. Do you know of any information on William ? Him and Catherine Lewis lived in the Tiger Fork area for quite a few years. I cannot find their burial plots!! I think he helped organize the Concord Cemetary in 1883. His wife, Catheirne died in 1886.
If you ever run across any information on him or Cathelrine give me a shout!!
Thanks so much,
PS also, trying to get more information on a slippery devil by the name of John Chipman whom married a Lavina Blackwood McKamey if you see anything!
|Sue (Lumley) Sayre||Aquilla Foust|
Do you have any idea where Aquilla Foust, 1907-1997 is buried? I am told there is no record of his burial in Illinois as listed on findagrave.
|Anonymous||Jefferson Y Hall and Captain Jefferson Hall|
Hi, Pam - Thank you so much for your work on the Hall families in Greenburg Cemetery. Jefferson Young Hall and Captain Jefferson Hall I have determined to be different people through various censuses, cemeteries, dob and dod. The Perrins appear to be the parents of the captain, but not of the other, so please delete the line suggesting the "possibility" for JYH. I have yet to find evidence in Knox County, MO, the two Hall family lines are related, however, I continue to pursue the possibility. Thank you most kindly for your interest and devotion.
|Cardsfan23||find a grave memorial#79569795|
Regarding the memorial posted for Eunice Bell Gibson Baird, I have a few questions. This is my Great Great Grandmother & according to my great aunt Her name was Elizabeth Bell Gibson Baird and "Eunice" was her nickname. The name on the grave is Elizabeth which would seem to confirm this. You have a note on the memorial that this was her 2nd marriage. I'm not disputing that though I had never heard that before. Do you have any info on who she was first married to or know how I could find that? Also you state that her father was Thomas Gibson and again I ask if you have any more info on that?
I'm new to this site and don't have a lot of info on this part of the family and would appreciate any leads you might give me. Thanks for your posting.
|Carol Gould||Utz Family Cemetery|
Thank you Pam for your volunteer spirit with the information from the Utz Family Cemetery in Missouri. It is a small cemetery which seems as though took some effort on your part to investigate through the bramble. Thank you again in locating my 2nd Great Grandfather George W Davidson.
|Carmen Benner Chilson||Memorial# 69437636|
THANK YOU PAM!!!! I appreciate the photo of George Thomas Skirvin's stone. Carmen
|Terry and the Pirates.||Mary Isalona Rhoades Hustead|
Thank you so very much Pam for answering my request for photo taking and sending this wonderful picture.
|Carmen Benner Chilson||Find A Grave Memorial# 69437636|
Is there a stone for George Thomas Skirvin? I may have asked before, if so, I apologize, I didn't make any notation of it in my records. Thanks!
|Lt. Don Wilt||RE: Memorial 79573199|
Thanks Pam. When I gave the photo of the headstone a very quick glance, I got the impression there was an initial of "S" included in the name.
I am doing this research for a cousin who is living in Michigan, my home state. Charles Demsey Baker born 21 Jul 1876 in Missouri was her grandfather. Missouri records are few and far between. I traced a brother of Charles to here in California.
Thanks for making the entry on Find A Grave.
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