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Pam Witherow (#47364463)
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Bio Photo I am simply doing this because I love it and love helping people. I don't care about the numbers, I only care about the living people walking into brick walls when searching for open doors.
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FromNebraska
Willie Davis, Buskirk Cemetery, Memphis, MO
Pam,
My Great Grandfather, Willie Davis, is buried in Buskirk Cemetery, rural Memphis, MO (born 1872, died 1917). You have him recorded on the findagrave site as being there, and that is certainly correct. But there is no picture of his tombstone. I was able to visit this cemetery this past Summer and was unable to find his tombstone. How were you able to know that he is buried there (with his son, Frank Richard, whose stone we also could not find, but appears on the findagrave site)? If you have any information as to the location of these graves, I would love some information.

I hope you get this message. You can contact me at revdocneal@yahoo.com
Peace,
Neal Anthony
Added by FromNebraska on Sep 11, 2017 11:19 AM
pjreads
#96330870 James William Duncan
Hi Pam - First, let me thank you for maintaining this memorial for my 2nd great grandfather. I was wondering if you would mind linking the memorials for his parents to his? They are:
Father: Thomas Duncan # 17632712
Mother: Martha Farmer Duncan # 17632711
Thank you so much! Paula Frazee (pjreads)
Added by pjreads on Sep 02, 2017 5:49 PM
Janet McMaster
RE: Eliza Burke
Hi Pam,
I don't have a number. I looked back on my records and Elizabeth Burk or Burke married William L. Manlove 3/31/1831 in Schuyler Co., Il. They had children Rosalie, Ada M. who married Elias Underwood, Ulysses Grant and Charles. There is no number because no one has entered this family on Find A Grave. Thanks for getting back and trying to help. Have a great day.
Added by Janet McMaster on Sep 02, 2017 9:00 AM
NW Mountain Man
RE: Withers Cemetery, Knox Co., MO
my children's line
Added by NW Mountain Man on Aug 31, 2017 10:53 AM
Farm Girl from Mo.
RE: Thanks for the recent edits, etc.
Thank you so very much for the info. on John Edwards and his family. I was especially wanting the names of all of his children & any marriage info. you might find. At least you were able to help me with most of it. Great job! Hope you find time to get some rest with those little ones to take care of and working at the sale barn, too. Glad I don't have all that much to do until we start harvesting crops except for mowing yards. Husband is just starting to get ready for harvest time as he is currently charging his combine batteries. Our two daughters cleaned out my Tahoe today as they want to go on a trip down the Chariton River next weekend in their Kayaks with some friends. Need me to drop them off up stream and then pick them up when they get ready to get out of the River! I sure wish I could go with them but my bad knees keep me from getting in a Kayak! At least I have fun watching them go down river, etc.
Added by Farm Girl from Mo. on Aug 27, 2017 8:40 PM
Dorothy Walsh
Nell EVANS Senger
Thank you Pam for linking Nellie with her parents. I appreciate all the entries you have made to Find A Grave. Dorothy
Added by Dorothy Walsh on Aug 27, 2017 2:30 PM
Farm Girl from Mo.
Thanks for the recent edits, etc.
Thanks for the recent edits you sent my way. I really appreciate them. I have added the info. to my memorial for P.H.T. Dickinson and included his full name!

Did you happen to hear a vehicle go by today at about 2:00 honking its horn? That was hubby and me. We bought a new grain truck over at Kahoka and passed your place going over and coming back. I couldn't get hubby to honk the horn on the way over but on the way back I reached over and did it for him! Anyway he knows where you live now. Didn't know you had horses. I had some for years but finally sold my last quarter horse several years ago. I sure wish I was able to get on one today and go for a ride in the country.

If you ever have a chance could you see if you can find anything on John H. Edwards, d. Sept. 18, 1903. Check out my memorial for him #67132693.I know you are busy with the grandkids so no hurry.
Added by Farm Girl from Mo. on Aug 25, 2017 7:05 PM
Howard (Kip) Carter
Your FAG Memorial# 121195746 for Peter Lorey, I
Good evening, Ms. Witherow, from South Carolina.

Over the last few days, I have been researching the family of Peter Lorey mentioned in my title. I realize that you enjoy your work here and do appreciate the extra time you have taken to provide as much data possible on m=your memorial. To some, it may be overkill; however to a researcher like me, there is never too much data if your want your results to be accurate and true.

I notice on the memorial for Peter the lack of a picture of a marker or whatever. The reason I bring this out is how you were able to determine his birth date and birth place. Is there something that I missed. I have actually review each of the messages on your site to try to establish possibly how that was determined, but to no avail could I find the answer. Along the way of reading each message for clues, I learned more than I expected. That is always a blessing to expand your knowledge.

His birth date is not my only question, because I have also found conflicts with other members of his family. According to my research, all of Peter's children by his first wife were born in the Primrose area (western portion of Lee County, which apparently had just been open to settlement) when his first child was born around 1838.

In the near future, I hope to add additional links to your memorial of the children from his second wife as well as clarifying certain spelling of names and more on those who were a part of his families; however I wanted to first contact you with some questions to verify my research. More on this later. I remain,

Respectfully yours,

Howard Culpeper Carter, Jr. "Kip"
Find A Grave Contributor #48482030
Added by Howard (Kip) Carter on Aug 22, 2017 9:40 PM
Elizabeth Klocke
Clinton Earl Hull
Hi Pam,
according to Clinton's death certificaate he died on Dec. 24, 1946, you have him dying in April.
Elizabeth Klocke
Added by Elizabeth Klocke on Aug 22, 2017 10:11 AM
NE KS
Barnhill's
Thank you for the info about the cemetery!
Added by NE KS on Aug 21, 2017 5:02 PM
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