I have been doing genealogy research since March 2011 when I took it over for my aunt Joan (who is still living). I am retired and have a very lengthy research background which has been extremely helpful in my genealogy research. My research includes Kelly/Eller/Sherrill/ Hudspeth/Stewart/Hood/Chambers/Phillips/Parkes/ Cathey in Mecklenburg County and Caldwell County and Iredell County. So far, I am only adding FAG pages for my descendants and their families.
You may use any photos I have posted IF you give me proper credit (i.e., "used by permission of Rhea Kelly at FAG."). Thanks.
Maggie Stophel #122299806 Maggie E. Stophel is buried in an unmarked grave in Section Prospect 4, Lot 46. Cemetery records also show a 4-year old Francis Stophel, but no Frank (Husband). The only Stophel's in this plot that have a headstone is 19 year-old Bertha and 41 year-old Joseph T. (which is knocked over and currently covered by snow).
Since Maggie doesn't have a headstone I'm going to post a photo of the family plot so at least there will be something to show on her memorial and to document the site.
RE: Tobe E. Eller Jr. Don't worry. I did not just recently go out to Triplett. I'm not sure why I took the Eller photos that I do have. Usually, I take photos of all the same-family grave sites that I see even if they are not a request. Since your current requests are in the same location as the other Ellers, I'm surprised I did not get photos if grave sites are marked.
Someone else may pick them up, but no one usually takes photos out there. Because it's a bit of a trip for me, I usually let requests "collect." They can be there for weeks. If they are still there when the weather gets a bit nicer, I will claim and fill the request.
RE: Tobe E. Eller Jr. Hello Rhea. I do remember meeting you at the Rowan Library and enjoyed our time together very much. You are welcome for the photos. I had taken these a while ago when out at Triplett for other requests. I do not have the other you wanted. When the weather gets a little better, I'll go out there.
Glad you're back into genealogy. A break does help sometimes, though. Hope you're having a good year.
Amanda Hood If you read the memorial, I have quoted an article from the Carroll paper dated August 10, 1936. It says "Mrs. Hood died Dec. 18, 1918, at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Lenore Miller, in Wilmette, Illinois."