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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 1963) can be found online at: http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/
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|clevelandpole||RE: Billings, Nichols, and Hollenbecks|
You are very welcome. I apologize for the poor picture of Lewis' and Esther's stone--I usually spray those with water and brush some of the algae off. Before I go back there, I will remember to refill my spray bottle! I like the rising sun motif carved into the top of the Billings obelisk (James and Frank). One of the earliest families of the area!
|Warren & Betty Crockett Lawrence||Lawrence, Mt. Washington Cem, Independence, MO|
Thank you for photographing the graves of John Gilbert Lawrence's family and adding the memorials for his sons.
|Tink||RE: Betsey Billings Burdick|
You're very welcome! Kim
Added by Tink on Jul 10, 2014 7:26 PM
I have posted the obit you provided. Thanks very much.
|Diann||Re: Abram Rice, Mem.# 115217869|
About a month ago I noticed on Abram's memorial that he died in St. Joe, MO, a fact I'd never heard. This prompted me to use the MO archives site you provided on your bio page to find his death cert. I want to thank you for the web link and listing his place of death otherwise I may never have found the information or at least not in the near future. Abram and his wife, Elizabeth, are my great-grandparents.
Added by Diann on Jun 10, 2014 10:49 AM
Thanks for visiting the cemetery and photographing Oscar's tombstone. We appreciate knowing he has a marker on his grave.
Added by Loretta on May 21, 2014 5:40 PM
Hello again, sorry this comes in bits and pieces.
I found also in the Brookfield Courier a mentioning of Deloss Bass, " Mrs. Esther Meeker and Mr. and Mrs. D. Meeker attended the funeral of Deloss Bass in West Winfield last week" published Wed. March 30, 1921.
There are two cemeteries within the town of West Winfield and also lots of small ones around West Winfield. Our bank is in West Winfield, so next time I am there I will stop by and look if I can find a stone for him, will let you know and you can create the memorial.
Added by wienerin on May 04, 2014 6:35 AM
I just found the obituary for Eliza McFarland Bass. As it is from 1882, I posted it to her memorial, it does mention Deloss Emmett and Charles as her sons as well as Helen Bass Huntley, wife of Delevan Huntley, both are buried in Huntley Corners Cemetery not to far from Unadilla Forks. But it does say "daughters", I cannot find any info on another daughter.
Added by wienerin on May 04, 2014 6:04 AM
What I was trying to say was that the photo I have is in Unadilla Forks not in Bass. Would it not be better to get the grave stone photos from Bass. When I zoomed it in it does say that they are buried in Bass Cemetery.
When I went to Unadilla Forks I only got done with the older section and all the those are posted. Hopefully I get a chance this summer to go back.
Added by wienerin on May 04, 2014 4:33 AM
I am slightly confused Eliezer Bass Sr, Find A Grave Memorial# 73815965 is Bass Cemetery. The memorial # 85709936 for Eliezer Bass Sr. and the photo I posted are from the Undadilla Forks Cemetery. Meaning your memorial is in the wrong cemetery. Why would I put a photo of a grave stone, which I took in the Unadilla Forks Cemetery, add to a memorial in Bass Cemetery ?
Added by wienerin on May 01, 2014 3:33 PM
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