|Curtis Huffman (#47525976)|
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I've been doing genealogy for over 20 years and have found resources like FindAGrave to be very helpful.|
I believe that one should give as much as they take, thus I've become a contributor to this site.
Transfers and Photos
Since I am not related to most of the memorials I've created, I will gladly transfer them if you are family of the person memorialized. Please feel free to use my photos for personal use, for other purposes I ask you credit me as the photographer.
Find A Grave prefers that volunteers not add obituaries to their memorials due to potential copyright issues. However, since obituaries and death notices published before 1923 are in the public domain (see How Long Copyrights Last), I will add them. Please do not request the addition of obituaries or death notices published in 1923 or later. If you would like to write an original biography, however, I'll be happy to post it, with attribution.
Please DO NOT add images of death certificates to my memorials. Missouri Death Certificates are readily available here.
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|William Ream||Hubert Henry Hanenkratt|
Thank you for connecting Hubert Henry Hanenkratt's memorial with his parent's memorials!
|Kay Masterson||Forest Hill Cemetery|
You may wish to note that Maude T. Dyer (102777557) was the wife of Wade H. Dyer(102777571). Thank you.
|Gayla Bergren||Mary L. Ambrose|
Please transfer the grave of my great Aunt Mary Louise (Hege) Ambrose who was born in Hope, Indiana. She was married to Harry Stedman Ambrose.
Gayla Bergren (Ambrose)
|Gayla Bergren||Harry Stedman Ambrose|
Please transfer management of the memorial for my great Uncle, Harry Stedman Ambrose.
Gayla Bergren (Ambrose)
|Anonymous||Robert F. Birkett|
I see that you have created and are maintaining
a number of memorials in Forest Hill Cemetery, including ones for Edna and Everett Birkett. Would you be willing to accept a transfer of my memorial for Robert F. Birkett? I don't know whether or not he is related to the others, but I am returning to work full-time and won't have time to properly maintain the memorials that I have created. You may reply in the public message area, or to email@example.com. Thank you.
|Pat Shaw||Mary Olga Johnson Blanchard|
Hello????? ARe you out there somewhere am still waiting.
Added by Pat Shaw on Nov 30, 2014 6:58 AM
|Pat Shaw||Mary Olga Johnson Blanchard|
Mary Olga Johnson Blanchard if you look at the dates on the headstone is the mother of George J, Glen R And Zola Hall. Her husband George Lee Blanchard born in Iowa and died before 1900 I do not know where maybe Nebraska maybe they divorced I have only found her as widowed and living with her 3 children in all the census records I have found. As it says on the small headstone Mother on the larger headstone if you check the dates I do not think she would born in 1866 in Denmark and be the wife of her son George J Blanchard born in 1886 in Nebraska. I am related to Zola's husband he is my first cousin Alonzo Albert 'Lon' Hall and died in Kansas City 1930 in a car accident and is buried in St Joseph, Mo.
Would appreciate your correcting this.
Thank you, Pat Shaw
Mary Olga Johnson Blanchard
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Birth: Nov. 20, 1866, Denmark
Death: May 29, 1942
George J. Blanchard (1886 - 1918)*
Glen R. Blanchard (1885 - 1966)*
Zola M. Blanchard Hall (1888 - 1932)*
Forest Hill Cemetery
Plot: Block 17
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Created by: Curtis Huffman
Record added: Feb 10, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 104928310
Added by Pat Shaw on Nov 19, 2014 2:31 AM
|Bill||Staley & Rogers|
I did NOT realize I was on my cohorts password when sending my request regarding the Staley and Rogers information message to you, ~ from "I Remember When".
That was me firstname.lastname@example.org sorry to cause the confusion!
Added by Bill on Aug 05, 2014 4:06 PM
|NJBrewer||Staley and Rogers|
Would you be so kind as to next time you are at Forest Hill Cemetery, K C MO take photos of the:
1)- Staley family listed below:
Block 20, Lot 47
Minnie space 1
John H space 2
Ruth space 3
Thomas space 10
Dr Harry space 12
Florence space 12
Also any others you find in this Plot such as Thomas' wives or daughter.
2)- and send the Birth and Death dates on Robert H Rogers monument at Plot, Block 24, Lot 56.
Also check the plot for a party born around 1855 could be Ada , she a daughter of Robert and sister of William.
3)- If you like I will add these to the list of over 400 requests for photos on the Cemetery page so you may claim credit by adding them to the Find A Grave memorial I have prepared.
Thanking you in advance for your time, Bill at email@example.com, Ft Myers, FL.
Added by NJBrewer on Aug 05, 2014 3:57 PM
|Christiane Howard||William C. Howard Info|
This is my Great Grandfather.
He was born William Francis Carroll Howard and was an only child
Birth Oct 27 1883 in Boone County, Iowa, USA
Death 7/20/1957 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri
Baptized 10/14/1898 at St. Joseph Church in Fort Madison. Sponsors Stephen and Magdalena Corse, Officiator A.J. Zaiser.
His Father was William Henrici "Henry" Howard
Birth May 5 1855 in Wayne Co., IL
Death Feb 15 1934 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO
His Mother was Mary Barbara Carroll
Birth Aug 23 1860 in Fort Madison, Lee Co IA
Death Mar 24 1945 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA
He married Augusta Edith Neugebauer on Dec. 17, 1904
in Burlington, Des Moines, Iowa, United States.
He married second Ruth Michael June 19, 1945 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri
William C. Howard
He Was A Motor Car Dealer Here Many Years
William C. Howard, 73 years old, for many years a motor car dealer in Kansas City, died yesterday at the home, 1219 East Fifty-Ninth Street, after an illness of seven months. He was born in *Fort Madison, IA and had lived here 40 years. When he first moved to Kansas City, Mr. Howard was the distributer for the Hupmobile motor car company. Later he was a dealer for the Plymouth and DeSoto companies and subsequently became a regional director for the Chrysler corporation in Chicago.
During World War II, Mr. Howard was associated with the War Production Board at Dayton, Oh. In recent years he has operated The Owner's Exchange, a used car business at 5413 Prospect Avenue.
He was a member of the St. James Catholic church.
Clipped from The Kansas City Star, 21 July 1957, Page 12
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