|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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|Larry Olson||RE: Dooley obits. Needed|
If I don't do it when I think about it, it seems like a while before I get back to them. It will be like Christmas when you send something. The next time you run into Bill Lewis tell him I enjoy reading his articles in the paper (never met the gentleman in my life)one of my co-workers wife bring the paper to me to read.
|Larry Olson||Dooley obits. Needed|
Here are some of the obits. I'm looking for as you have time. Here is my email address that you can send them to. email@example.com Thanks Larry Olson
Stephen D. Berry, died 30 Aug 1905, Knox City
Anna M. Berry, died 28 Feb 1905, Knox County
Ida Almyra Dooley, died 26 Jul 1922, Knox County
Margaret Elizabeth Dooley, died Feb 1987, Edina
Thomas Dooley, died after Apr. 21 1910 (census record showed him being 84 yrs. old living in Bourbon township, Knox County)
Mariah Dooley, died 06 Feb 1908 (assume Knox County)
Sarah Frances "Fanny" Dooley, died 05 Nov 1893, Knox County
Thomas Edward Dooley, died 10-Jan-1933, Novelty
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|Mary A.||RE: Daniel Ketcham (1753-1828)|
Too late, Pam :) I already pasted your info onto his memorial along with crediting you in the only place I could find. I'm curious if you're related to Daniel, or if you're near the Missouri cemetery. BTW, I had a different date of death (same year) but I don't recall where I found the date I had. I've changed it to the one you provided - thank you for that. You've made a lot of difference to many it seems from the notes on your public message board. As we all seem to be saying "thank you" again!
Added by Mary A. on Apr 08, 2014 7:25 PM
|Mary A.||Daniel Ketcham (1753-1828)|
Thank you so very much for providing such detailed info about Daniel's burial site. I will update (and give you credit) his memorial with the provided info. Your sharing this information helped affirm there are still people on Find A Grave who really do want to help and not just rack up numbers. My sincerest gratitude!
Added by Mary A. on Apr 07, 2014 11:16 PM
|Lee Ann Schreiner||87228997|
Can you change Christina's last name to Bauer? Thank you!
|MRoyal||Malinda Shockley Glascock|
Thank you for adding Malinda Shockley Glascock (my gg grandmother) and the other Glascock Cemetery records. Do you happen to have any other information on this cemetery? Also, where did you find the information on Malinda's marriages? I've known about the marriage to Landon Glascock, and the marriage to John Marshal Glascock (my gg grandfather), and the fact that they were brothers, but that is about all the information I have. I did not know that John had been married three times. I am also trying to locate more information about Landon Glascock and where he might be buried. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Added by MRoyal on Apr 06, 2014 10:15 AM
|rootsfinder||RE: Alonzo and Thesta Weaver|
Thank you SO MUCH for explaining the source of your information! Both Alonzo's parents appear to have died before he reached the age of 20. They do not appear in the 1880 census, though Alonzo is working as a farm laborer and a younger sister is living with an unrelated family with the designation "taken in", implying her parents are gone. This is interesting, as there should have been several relatives nearby to take her in--perhaps bad blood? Maybe that is why Alonzo went west.
|micosay||RE: Clifton E. Woodward|
You are welcome, I did Mt Olivet after we buried my wifes Aunt and I was looking at the cemetery and realized it had more that 200 people buried in it as Find a Grave at the time said. so I came back for several weeks and photographed all the readable headstones and entered them in Find a grave.
My first car was also a Mustang 1965 notch back that I traded in on a 1967 fastback and drove into the ground. the floor pan rusted out and when I finally sold it, it was to some young man that was going to restore it, I do not know if he did, it needed a lot of work.
Added by micosay on Apr 04, 2014 2:03 PM
|rootsfinder||Alonzo and Thesta Weaver|
Alonzo Weaver married Thesta Iva Shivler 3 July 1884 in Logan County, Illinois (Logan County Marriage Book 1, pg 225). Are you sure about his father's name? I think this Alonzo is the son of John Weaver and Margaret R. Samples Weaver, who were married in Greene Co IL 20 Nov 1859 (Greene Marriages Vol. 1 page 142) Both his parents died between 1870 and 1880, and their children were scattered, some taken in by strangers. The children I've found in 1880 are located in Logan and Menard County, which is why I figured this Alonzo is their son.
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