|Phil & Kathi (#6411871)|
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We have noticed that some people load photographs on Find-A-Grave and post a message saying they are not to be used without permission. PLEASE use the photos we submit if you'd like! That's why we put them on here!! |
This whole thing got started with her making a comment that she knew nothing about her family. It has now gotten TOTALLY out of hand!! We have now surveyed every accessable cemetery in Harrison and Mercer County, Missouri and researched those that are not accessable. Now we're starting to photograph them. We have submitted the surveys and photographs to the county GenWeb sites.
We enjoy tracing the "roots" and various limbs of our family trees, and are often surprised at the nuts that fall out! She seems to be related to EVERYONE. Him...not so much. We also enjoy helping others in their search! So if you have connections in either of these counties and have requests for cemetery photographs or obituaries, please let us know. We're not professionals, but we're not too bad at it!!
If we "manage" a memorial you are interested in or are related to, we'd be more than happy to transfer it to you! The exception would be if it were one of our own close relatives, then we'll probably decline the request.
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|Barbara Hettinger||Geo W Fail|
Thank you so much for the photo! You volunteers are such a blessing! Ira Webster Fail mem # 35558506 was my gt gt grandfather.
Thank you again!
|Louise Taraba||Orval Webber|
Thank you for taking the picture of Orval's stone and posting it. Do appreciate much.
|David Griffin||THANK YOU|
I appreciate the pictures taken for the Oral and Zelma Griffin memorials.
|Louise Taraba||Gravestones Morris Chapel Cemetery|
Phil and Kathi,
Thank you so much for posting the photos of the grave markers of my five family members (Casebolt, 2 Kings, and 2 Gates) in Morris Chapel. Your time and effort to do this is most appreciated. Thanks!!
|Louise Taraba||Lura Ellsworth|
Thanks for posting the picture of her grave stone. Do appreciate the time and effort you have spent to do this. Thanks for all.
|Louise Taraba||Minnie and Solomon Little|
Hi Phil and Kathi,
Thank you for following up on my request for stone photos. It appears that they and their two young sons, Duane and Floid never had stones even tho their death certificates say buried in Goshen Cemetery. And--no doubt vandals probably removed any markers left by the funeral home. I do appreciate the time you have spent to check this out. Thanks!!
|Pay Forward||Your welcome!|
Elvena Beeson Photo
I just wanted to thank you for taking a photo of the grave of Elvena (Westcott) Beeson. The stone is obviously sinking, and I've seen and photographed enough of those to know that it sure doesn't take long for them to disappear entirely. I have saved the photo to my family tree, so at least there will always be a visual record of it.
Like I said, I have photographed a few thousand tombstones, and sometimes we forget what we're doing will "save" these stones from totally disappearing.
Just wanted to thank you again.
Added by Phil & Kathi on Aug 29, 2014 7:35 AM
|Melissa Blackman||A J Hunter|
I see you have a photo of a stone for A J Hunter, died in 1944 and a tribute stating you are a cousin? Would you contact me at email@example.com? We also have an AJ Hunter that died approximately the same time, but do not know where ours is buried. We are hoping it might be the same person! Any info you could give me of his family so we could verify his identity would be wonderful. Thank you so much,
Melissa in Kansas City, Kansas
|joyce johnson||RE: John Henry Rains|
you are sooo welcome. and yes, he is my grandfather. my dad is vernon rains.
|None to be forgotten||Dale Cemetery Decatur Cty Iowa|
Please add the following to M L Hubbard:
Name Marcus Lensey Hubbard
Civil War Veteran
The Lineville Tribune
Lineville, Wayne County, Iowa
February 23, 1905
M. L. Hubbard was born in Girard county, Kentucky, Oct 13, 1825 and died Feb 12, 1905. His father, John Hubbard was a native of the same state and emigrated to Marion county, Indiana and later moved to Putman county where he remained until his death.
Marcus L. came to Davis county, Iowa in 1854. Mr. Hubbard has lived on the farm that he bought on arriving in Decatur county ever since he first came with the exception of two years, spent in Indiana. He was married in Purnam County, Ind., to Maranda A. Owens, Aug 2, 1840. To them were born seven children, six of whom are living, Mrs. S. J. Cozad, Mrs. Rosa A. Peck, Mrs. Mary A. Dale, James W., Albert T. and Mrs. Hattie F. Robinson. The eldest Sopha died at the age of 13 years.
The subject of this sketch was stricken with paralysis over a year ago leaving him partially helpless but not until a week before his death did he commence to decline in health otherwise.
Thanks so much!
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