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Jo Anne Vinyard Annis (#47841610)
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Bio Photo I grew up in the Karbers Ridge region of beautiful Southern Illinois. I know where the Vinyard Cemetery, Webber Camp Ground Cemetery, Abney Cemetery, Primative Baptist Church Cemetery, Kious, Baker, and Mt Moriah Cemetery are located and have family members buried in the Mt Moriah Cemetery and the Primitive Baptist Church (Brushy)Cemetery in the Harco area. I have enjoyed finding and taking pictures of the head stones of my family in these local cemeteries and it would be an honor to capture photos of your family members for you too. Feel free to e-mail me.
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Valori Schoberg
RE: Alton & Minervia Kingston
I'm not sure? I'll check. My grandfather had several brothers and sisters. His mother died yound and his father remarried and had several more children. I believe there were 17 Kingstons in that family. I'll check

Thanks again!
Added by Valori Schoberg on Nov 02, 2012 8:16 AM
RE: Martha Jane Chambers Burks
Jo Anne, I just discovered that Martha's son Claude Giles is also buried in the Webber Campground Cem. If you run across his tombstone, I'd appreciate a pix. His number is 97988851. Thanks a mil.
Added by Donnie on Sep 29, 2012 6:39 PM
Stan Zemula
RE: James Walsh
Jo Anne thank you very much for your offer. I am excited to be learning about my Irish anscestors. Hopefully their graves are findable and there are markers to see. Someday my family will visit them. Thank you again. We will put whatever you send in a family history that I am writing. Sincerely, Stan Zemula
Added by Stan Zemula on Jun 23, 2012 12:12 PM

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