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L.Sammons (#47211136)
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Butch McElwee
RE: John Bradshaw-Pocahontas Co. W.VA.
Your welcome.
Added by Butch McElwee on Sep 17, 2017 1:35 PM
Butch McElwee
Photo Request-John Bradshaw
I have created a new cemetery "Old Huntersville Cemetery ", in Find A Grave which is the name used by the Pocahontas County Historical Society in their published cemetery listing. I have included pictures of John Bradshaw tombstones. John Bradshaw is not buried in the Huntersville Cemetery.
Added by Butch McElwee on Aug 15, 2017 12:43 PM
Alma Finch Saale
RE: Thomas Bradshaw
This Thomas was born in IL and is my great-great grandfather. His was was Serilda Jane Hunsinger.
Added by Alma Finch Saale on Apr 30, 2016 7:57 PM
Henry Hutchison #142265854
I know noticed that you maintain this. Is this a relative. I have some questions. Thanks Karen
Added by Karen on Jul 27, 2015 11:03 PM
Linda Lee (Dickson) Jardine
Linda Lee (Dickson) Jardine, the ex-wife of Gus Jardine was cremated per request.
Added by Anonymous on Jul 10, 2015 4:38 PM
Gus Swede Jardine
Gus was married to Linda Lee Dickson but got divorced on March 23, 1981. Linda Lee (Dickson) Jardine had passed away on September 8, 2014 in Denver, Colorado. No obituary exists.
Added by Anonymous on Jul 10, 2015 4:36 PM
Brad Melton
RE: Willis Kissee
Thanks for your help. I do a lot of work with the White River Valley Historical Society here near Branson and they've done a good deal with the cemeteries here as well. My area of interest and focus of research is our former slaves and their descendants. Though the Kissee family were never slave owners, we have also tracked many of our local Union militia members and their Confederate neighbors into the decades after the war. Willis and his brother, Alexander, were the former; their cousin Peter Kissee was the latter. If you ever locate a photo of Willis, I'd appreciate a copy. Thanks again. Brad
Added by Brad Melton on May 14, 2015 6:16 AM
Brad Melton
Willis Kissee
Loline: You probably saw the newspaper article on his shooting death I uploaded on line. His family moved to the Taney County area from Indiana; the parents are buried in the next county over. He married here, fought in the Civil War here, owned a mill then left for Colorado after 1870. I've been trying to track down a photograph of him but so far am unsuccessful. Part of that family descended a brother still live here. Brad Melton, Taney County, Missouri.
Added by Brad Melton on May 13, 2015 8:11 AM
Rita McDermott
Thanks Loline for the added information. I will give Brad Melton your contact info in case he wants further information concerning Willis Kissee. Rita
Added by Rita McDermott on May 12, 2015 2:27 PM
Linda Adams
RE: John Adams
There was a collaborator on a book (pamphlet) that was created and somehow the other person had a picture of the stone... where and how I do not know.

Yea, it was fun working on this today. Trying to all all the boys of Army and Alice Adams but when you do not have a specific cemetery - stuck big time
Added by Linda Adams on Apr 25, 2015 7:47 PM
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