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My mom and I have been able to find some pictures of head stones on this site that we most likely would never have seen. It's helped us in my search of our family history. "Thank you".|
If we've made any mistakes or you have any suggestions for any of the ones that we've placed in here, please let us know.
If you'd like us to transfer a site over to you, just ask. As long as it's not someone that is a part of our family I will be glad to transfer.
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Hello, I see youve been doing genealogy on James and Mary Foster of Missouri. I am a direct male line descendant of them, here is my line.
James Foster (1771 - 1867)
Alexander Jordan Foster (1805 - 1897)
John Newton Lee Foster (1841 - 1919)
Charles Henry Isaiah Foster (1867 - 1958)
Henry Lee Foster Sr. (1902 - 1957)
Henry Lee Foster Jr. (1926 - )
Randall Steven Foster (1960 - )
Blake Steven Foster (1996 - ) - Me
I would love to coordinate with you on this line if you are interested send me an email email@example.com or reply here.
Thank you for the photo of Wendell Kimbrough's grave. He was a good man and a friend of mine.
Added by JKHCCD on Oct 16, 2017 7:07 PM
|Pat Ruiz||RE: Mary Foster|
My 4th great grandmother was Rebecca Foster who married James Anderson in Bourbon County, Kentucky Nov 1799. Rebecca was born abt 1781 in North Carolina, and another cousin and I have been trying to figure out who her parents were. We think, due to DNA matches, that her father was the son of George Foster and Margaret Grigsby, and that she is related to David and John Foster who died in Preble County, Ohio. I'm not sure what the connection is to James. David and John both seem to have been born in South Carolina and both of these James Fosters were born in South Carolina, and probably both in Abbeville, SC. which I thought interesting.
Added by Pat Ruiz on Aug 25, 2017 12:45 PM
|Earl C. Padgett ||Photo/Gravesite Mary E. Brown|
Many thanks for taking and posting the photo of the gravesite of Mary E. Brown.
I'm not sure exactly who she is but it eliminates an uncertainty. This helps out with our genealogy.
Earl C. Padgett
Kansas City, MO 64113-1821
|dl pruitt||Raab photo|
I want to thank you for photo
|Pat (McElwain) Cox||Marie Lee|
Thank you so much for the picture of Marie Lee's headstone. Marie and Carl are friends we knew years ago.
Thank you very much.
Added by Kate on Jun 19, 2017 10:14 AM
Thanks very much! Kate
Added by Kate on Jun 19, 2017 9:13 AM
|Justin K Houser||Anthony W. Myers|
THANK YOU SO MUCH for piecing together and photographing Anthony Myers's tombstone for me. I can see that it looks like 55y 2m 29d which enables me to calculate a birthdate for my 5th great grandfather. I really appreciate the help!
|Cynthia Meiners||Pioneer Uptegrove Cemetery|
I see that you have photographed cemeteries in & around Pike & Lincoln Co's in MO. I am looking for a cemetery that is between Corso & Louisville called the Pioneer Uptegrove cemetery. Many of the relatives of those buried in Old & New Liberty are there. I have bee twice to look for it around that area but have had not luck. The best instructions I can find are on the attached link: http://www.mogenweb.org/lincoln/mocems/uptegrove.htm
Would you happen to have any idea where it might be? The uploads on Find A Grave from Mae Damron come directly from me, so she has not been there. Any assistance appreciated! Cynthia
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