|Penny Neeson (#47535929)|
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I have been doing family research for over 30 years. My families are Orbin, Collins, Tiller, Miles, Smith, Swallow, Hill, Schunk, Keown/Cowan/Cowen, Grable, Haney, Hines, Howard, Riley, Lee, Leatherman. I am also doing my husbands side Neeson, Brooks, Beamer, Herring/Herron, Carman, Egglestone, Vincent, Sanders, and so many others. I was born in Macon, Missouri and lived there till I was 10. Then we moved to Columbia and then moved to Bevier when I was 13. I have several family members still in Macon, Bevier, Kaseyville and all over Macon County.|
I have been interested in my family for as long as can remember. The Titanic has always been a special interest of mine and as a child I discovered that my Grandma Mae and Grandpa Smith were alive when this happened all of a suddenly history became real and not a story so I started my family research. My Grandpa Smith wanted to know about his father's and mother's family so I began digging. The joy on my Grandpa's face when I found something new still keeps me looking after his death hoping to bring joy to someone else searching for family.
I do find a grave so family members can find each other. No one deserves to be forgotten.
Any photo I take of headstones can be used by anyone who is doing a family project.
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|Karen Welch||RE: Parks gravestone|
Thanks for adding the info to Andrew Parks' page. I do have a little more info on him. He was a brother to my 3rd great-grandfather Nathan Gilbert Parks Sr. (whose daughter married a Welch), and Andrew and Nathan's parents were John and Elizabeth Parks, burial location unknown. Someone created a memorial page on Find a Grave for John Parks anyway, though, and his other three children are linked to it. His number is 52196198 if you would like to link Andrew. Thank you, Karen Welch
|Karen Welch||Parks gravestone|
I think the gravestone for Parks, #107599795, may be that of Andrew B. Parks. The birth and death years match, and I have his wife's name down as Serelda, Zerelda, or some similar spelling (you have a memorial page for a Zeralda Parks in the same cemetery with the same style gravestone). I can't make out the first name from the gravestone photo, and apparently it was difficult for you to read also, but could it be Andrew? Thank you, Karen
|Regonna M Philpot||RE: DelilaLee|
It was on a family tree at ancestry.com but I will remove it since you have corrected it. Thank you so much. Regonna
Could I have ownership of this memorial? She was a dear friend and I just came upon the memorial. Thank you.
|Nancy Meadows||Frances Burton 91475277|
You have the wrong picture posted on this memorial. Would you mind deleting it?
I'll bet you're looking forward to spring as much as I am!
|Virginia Brown||Jesse B. De Jarnatt|
Thank you VERY much for the transfer of Jesse's memorial. You have made my day! I hope someone does something nice for you in return.
|Twila||RE: Amanda Lewis|
Thanks so much for your response. Genealogy is very confusing at best and almost impossible at other times. It's just a giant puzzle with each person representing another piece. If only the pieces would come together a little easier. But, then that's the thrill of research.
Have a great day.
Added by Twila on Feb 17, 2016 1:26 PM
|Nebord||RE: Delilah Davis|
You are welcome Penny. Thank you for your Findagrave work. It helps me and many others, I'm sure. J. Keith Cook in Omaha.
Added by Nebord on Feb 13, 2016 1:55 PM
Hi! I saw that you must be somewhat related to Eugene C. Stainsky, by your Find-A-Grave memorials. Found a really cool auction on eBay for his ID badge from WWII, and thought you might know a close relative that it might interest! Thanks!
|Carol Hopper Bader||RE: Cordie Riley Burkhardt|
We are third cousins twice removed. John Riley Chance was my Great-great grandfather.
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