|Ron Craig (#47631847)|
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Born in 1950, married in 1975. Have twin sons, Mason and Weston, born in 1982. Lived in Columbia, Missouri all my life. Four generations of my ancestry is listed immediately below.|
Please realize duplicates and errors are unfortunate accidents and can and will be corrected with your amiable, kind and helpful assistance. If you have a correction, please send me a courteous message, the error wasn't made on purpose. It's a mistake, it can and will be rectified. (please don't be rude) As the saying goes, "If you're not making mistakes you're not doing anything". If you provide me the number of a memorial that I have duplicated I will promptly delete mine. I make mistakes but:
~~~I never intentionally duplicate a memorial.~~~
Please use the edit tab function (Suggest a Correction) for requests for additions, updates and corrections. It does prevent additional errors. I encourage updates, additions and corrections. I try my best to make corrections, additions and transfers in a timely fashion. I hope to never manage so many memorials that I can't do that.
Please help me process your edit requests by sending me a personal email to alert me that you have sent through a correction if you see that it has been a few days and the changes did not take place. With the new system there are no notices sent to the contributors that there are edits waiting to take place and we usually have to randomly stumble across them, or check daily.
If you want to manage your relative's memorial, please let me know and I will be glad to individually transfer it to you (except my own relatives). Please let me know how they are related. I would very much like to have each memorial managed by a caring relative. I'm not doing this to see how many memorials I can accumulate and manage. I do this because I enjoy doing something, in my own small way, that I feel shows respect for those that have gone before me.
If I have uploaded a photograph you would like to copy, feel free to copy it. I give those photographs as a gift to the departed.
Don't be hesitant about adding photos, forms, certificates etc. to memorials I've created, even if others may consider them tacky, as long as they tell the person's story, I encourage adding them to mine.
"Death is not extinguishing the light; it is putting out the lamp because dawn has come."
My father was Cleitus Francis Craig.
My mother was Marie Baumgartner Craig.
My grandparents were:
William Elzy Craig.
Anna May Vaughn Craig.
Robert Isom Baumgartner.
Beulah Eunice Sapp Baumgartner.
My great grandparents were:
Francis Marion Craig.
Nancy Ann Griggs Craig.
Sterling Price Vaughn.
Mary Lucy Barrett Vaughn.
Mary Alice Vemer Baumgartner.
Henry William Sapp.
Mercy Allen Burnett Sapp.
My great-great grandparents were:
William Riley Craig.
Lucrecia Jane Griggs Craig.
Shelby Smith Griggs.
Sarah Jane Rose Griggs.
John Hampton Vaughn (1826-1881)
Elvira Winterbower Vaughn(1830-1906)
Joseph Jackson Barrett (1840-????)
Eliza Jane Grate Barrett (1844-????)
Sarah Green Martin (1838-1871)
Christopher J. Sapp.
Margaret Jane Ferree Sapp.
William Samuel Burnett.
Margaret Lowery Bullard Burnett.
A Visit to the Gravesite
Your Tombstone stands among the rest,
Neglected and alone.
The name and dates are chiseled here,
On polished marbled stone.
It reaches out to all who care,
Though it is too late to mourn.
You do not know that I exist,
You died and I was born.
Yet each of us are cells of you,
In flesh, in blood, and bone.
The place you filled so many years ago,
I wonder if you could have known,
Would spread among the ones you left
In all the seeds you've sown.
I wonder if you lived and loved?
I wonder if you ever knew?
That someday I would find you in this spot,
And come to visit you?
"There is no death, daughter. People die only when we forget them,' my mother explained shortly before she left me. 'If you can remember me, I will be with you always."
― Isabel Allende, Eva Luna
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|Jerry||RE: Bonnie P Mohr 102209744|
Thank you Ron, looks like some family memberwas trying to keep some of the issues in the back ground.
Added by Jerry on Sep 26, 2015 4:37 PM
|Jerry||Bonnie P Mohr 102209744|
I have an obit dated February 5 1994 that has her name as Bonnie P Sprouse.
Bonnie was married to my second wife's brother Jim Walker. They divorced and she according to my mother who worked with Bonnie married a Mr Sprouse.
Bonnie was killed by her son Darrin Walker. You can check back issues of The Columbia Daily Tribune.
Now my question is how do we enter her in Columbia Cemetery? If you think Mohr is the correct way just let me know and I will delete the Sprouse listing.
This was one of those messy deals.
Added by Jerry on Sep 26, 2015 1:34 PM
|Janet de la Peņa||RE: Missouri obits|
|Janet de la Peņa||Missouri obits|
Thank you so much for the obits! I have been revisiting some of my memorials and am happily finding the additions!!
|Roxanne Kuebler Weathers||RE: Worth Burnett|
Thanks Ron for transferring your memorial for Worth to me:) I was able to make one good memorial for him with the links you had and I was able to find his father, Thomas Amos Burnett and sent an edit to the creator of his memorial with his wife's memorial #. Thank you:) Roxanne Weathers
|Stuart Smith||RE: Wetherell|
Thank you very much.
|Rebecca Hough-Curry||John Griggs|
My great grandmother was Nancy Francis, daughter of his first marriage. I am thrilled to actually see a picture of my great great grandfather and to read his bio. Nancy's first marriage was to Frank Underwood which produced my grandmother Cleo who married Ernest Hough and moved here to Michigan. Cleo and Ernest had my dad James Hough. Since retiring last year I have been researching the family trees and finding a picture is a very rare occurrence. Thank you for putting a face to the name.
Thank you so very much for the transferring his memorial to me! Also, thank you for taking time from your schedule to take pictures of markers and posting them on find a grave.
Added by mc&btay on Jun 18, 2015 7:34 AM
Thanks for doing her. She was one of my teacers in high school at Harrisburg, MO. I think her family was on the edge of the elite in Columbia, MO. Much of the OLD money is buried in Columbia Cemetery on Broadway. As well as a few ne'er do wells.
Added by Jerry on May 11, 2015 2:19 PM
|J Cottingham||RE: Johnsons|
Thanks, Ron. Got 'em!
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