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Carol Abbott (#47658785)
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SANDI WILLIAMS ESTABROOK
Richard Morton
U Have made a duplicate of this memory.
Added by SANDI WILLIAMS ESTABROOK on Aug 27, 2014 8:41 PM
Terri Barth
RE: voshall cemetery RLDS
If you do go back there right across the gravel road from the church is a small fenced in area that says Sieg cemetery. I read that the Wilson children are buried there. And if you go down the road a bit farther, there is an old run down house. To the left of the house is a sort of shelter and near that is a newer stone "Mantle Monument" listing several names. There are field markers where the graves are. It is believed that George Mantle and Maria Scriven Mantle are buried there also. Old homestead and that would have been the orchard. Have fun! We got chiggers out of the adventure. You have to climb a gate.
Added by Terri Barth on Aug 27, 2014 3:27 PM
Terri Barth
RE: voshall cemetery RLDS
The Voshall RLDS church and cemetery are near Linn, Maybe Bonnots Mill. Off of 50 take W and you will see a brown street sign "Voshall Lane" and Voshall Reorganized church of Latter Day Saints. It is a gravel road.
Added by Terri Barth on Aug 26, 2014 3:25 PM
Squeekie
RE: Thank you so much
Glad I was able to help!
Added by Squeekie on Aug 25, 2014 10:35 PM
Terri Barth
voshall cemetery RLDS
Hi Carol, we just returned back from a trip near Linn, MO visiting family graves. There are many discrepancies with the photos you have posted. I think there may be some confusion with the Linn RLDS cemetery currently known as Community of Christ Church Cemetery. I was getting confused as there are not many graves and not very many current ones at the Voshall RLDS Church/cemetery. I was reading some old obituaries and saw how it could be confusing.
Added by Terri Barth on Aug 12, 2014 9:49 PM
TimelessSpirits
Julia Florence Gilstrap 94979143
Hi, I noticed that you have requested a photo for this person and I just wanted to let you know that I am working on a bio for her and her husband, who I have linked. It is a real grind trying to find info but thought, if you are related, you might be interested.
Added by TimelessSpirits on Aug 09, 2014 3:40 PM
Terri Barth
Marie Wilson
I found Maria Wilson's grave in the Voshall cemetery.
Added by Terri Barth on Aug 06, 2014 8:02 PM
Jacque Leehy-Dunning
Federick Proter
Hello,
I have information on your request for a photo of Fredrick Porter. There is no Fredrick "K". Porter. His name was Fredrick Orlando Porter. His stone at the cemetery says Fred'k. Porter, as it is a military stone and not very large so they had to abbreviate it as Fred'k. I have a photo of his stone but I will have to look for it. But I will be at this cemetery in a few weeks and I will take another.

Jacque
Added by Jacque Leehy-Dunning on Jun 19, 2014 11:47 AM
Nancy Meadows
Arthur Lunsford
Hi Carol,
You can probably see from the photo of Arthur & Georganna's entire stone that there are two others on it with them, Ethel and an infant daughter. I thought I would see if you wanted to add memorials for them since you have Arthur and Georganna. If you do, and let me know when they are added, I'll be glad to post the photos. If you don't want to add them, please let me know and I will.
Thanks,
Nancy
Added by Nancy Meadows on Mar 19, 2014 6:55 AM
 

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