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Permission granted to copy any of my photos. If I don't have a personal family relationship with any of my postings, feel free to ask for transfers--I want these memorials to be as complete and accurate as possible.|
I try my best to take quality close-up shots. I originally found this website by accident and immediately was able to find the grave photos of my third great-grandparents in upstate New York--I was really grateful that someone I never met thoughtfully took the time to create their memorials with photos. Now I'm just paying it forward.
Please note that Missouri Death Certificates (through 1962) can be found online at: http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/
This is a free and invaluable genealogical resource. Thank you to former Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan for proposing this landmark digitization initiative. Other states should quickly follow suit--especially Kansas, since Kansas City sits on directly on the Kansas/Missouri border.
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|Ms Martie Martin||Elizabeth Taylor, 81083657|
THANK YOU for the lovely headstone photo, and even a second one for clarity, for this memorial!
Thank you for linking Henry A. Sicking to his parents - I appreciate your doing so!
Added by Melinda on Dec 30, 2013 2:35 PM
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||Jackson|
You have me confused with Bonnie Ward Williamson who posted the other information but with no documentation just a story line. I need to have a birth, death, bible, census, land, Probate, military or some record that has numbers and a source. Find a grave is very important to me as a fact source. Even Ancestry has been corrupted with hobby family historians just copying from one poster to another without citing their source or have no proof. I don't post my Ged com there for that reason and I do ask that people cite me as the source when they use my info. At least if they are not committed enough to add sources and someone contacts me I can give them a source with a number, etc. Thank you so much for replying so quickly and thanks for your volunteer work for Find A Grave.I am a researcher for 40 years and more and do research for the DAR so proof is very important to me.
|Gwen Lockwood||John Leever|
Thank you so much for the photo of John's grave marker. Every evidence that's added to my family makes me that much richer!
Thank you so much for finding John Peter Bilbee's grave location and adding his wife's memorial. Another piece of the family puzzle solved. He was one of my mother's cousins.
|Birdtracker||Mahaley "May" Nixon Plummer|
Thanks so much for the information on May Plummer. My mother in law was Sam Srader's daughter, Hazel. I have a photo of Mahaley and her husband John. Have been trying for a while to figure out where they fit in the family tree.
|J F-B||Araminta Steinecke|
Thank you for letting me know where you found Mintie's gravestone. I've changed the cemetery and written a brief explanation.
Nice photo! Greatly appreciated! And very thankful that you thought to search for her elsewhere before creating a new memorial. TERRIFIC!
Added by J F-B on Nov 04, 2013 4:30 PM
|Mike Phillips||Phillips Photo|
Keep up the good work in this cemetery. I know it will be big job.
Thank you so much for the wonderful photos of the Zick-Mercer family. I was thrilled to get it.
Added by SPhelps on Aug 17, 2013 10:44 AM
|Donna Fraser||RE: Bennetts|
You are welcome...but there are spaces empty on both sides of Sara and Robert...will get you a photo tomorrow as it is close by. Calvary said they have no record there though. Also the Sullivan's are in Mt Sterling, Brown County..unless they are there. I am happy to help any way you need, so let me know. Regards Happy 4th Donna
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