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Tom Jacobs (#47386400)
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Albert Hauter at Forest Home Cemetery
Hi! Photos have been posted to his memorial.

Also there:

Carrie E. Hauter, 6-12-1861 - 12-22-1901
C. R. Blanchard, 1853 - 1925

If you add photo requests for them, I will post the photos that I took to their memorials.

Added by Ace on Feb 20, 2017 3:18 AM
Richard Felshaw
RE: Hauter
Go ahead.
Added by Richard Felshaw on Jan 07, 2017 8:10 AM
Fred Grunwald
Meltha Fordemwalt @ Forest Hill

I inadvertently grabbed your request for a photo of Meltha I. Fordemwalt, buried in Forest Hill Cemetery in Kansas City.

When I checked my work, I realized that there are two Meltha Fordemwalt's and mine does not match up with your request. The one I found is buried next to Amos & Jenetta Fordemwalt.

Need less to say when I posted the picture, your photo request was deleted. If you would re-post your request, someone will have the opportunity to claim it in the future.

Thanks and I apologize for my mistake.


Added by Fred Grunwald on Nov 09, 2016 3:15 PM
Rodney Smith
RE: Andrew Kellams
Glad to do it... Thanks!
Added by Rodney Smith on Sep 01, 2016 6:22 AM
Harry Whipp #102533702
I accepted your edits for the Whipp's at Oak Ridge Cemetery. I seem to have messed up his memorial as the memorial was actually for Harry Wemple Whipp who died in 1938, per cemetery records. Why I added a tombstone photo for Harry O. to Harry W. is beyond me, but I must have been having a bad day! Yikes. I changed the memorial to match the stone and your edits and then added another memorial for Harry Wemple Whipp. He doesn't have a stone or I would have added the proper one (I hope) but I will re-check my photo files. It appears Harry Wemple Whipp is the son of Harry O. and Lavina, so if that is correct, please send me links via Edit tab. I appreciate your correction/edits - I might never have caught my mistake without your help! :)
Added by BjJ on Feb 01, 2016 9:01 AM
Nebr girl
RE: Travis Benjamin
I don't know anything about him other than where he was born and died, where he lived according to each census period. I know nothing personally about him. Sorry, Marie
Added by Nebr girl on Jan 26, 2016 9:28 AM
Richard K Thompson
Christian Klophenstein memorial update
Uh, I meant to say that I updated the bio to state that the family surname was probably "Klopfenstein".

I can see why the engraver had problems.

Added by Richard K Thompson on Dec 09, 2015 4:49 PM
Richard K Thompson
Christian Klophenstein memorial update
Thanks for your reply to my questions.

I drove out to Roth cemetery this morning to find Christian's headstone. I did find it easily enough, and took a new, clearer, headstone photo that I've posted to the memorial.

The headstone surname spelling is clearly "Klophenstein"; in deference to FindAGrave guidelines for memorials in situations like this I feel it best to retain that surname spelling on the memorial, but I did note in the bio the names of his parents, per your information, and that the family surname was most likely "Klophenstein".

I wish that there was a way to enter one memorial using alternate spellings to accomodate situations like this, but there isn't (short of creating duplicate memorials).

Because someone walking this cemetery would see this 185o headstone with most of the lettering still legible, I think it best to adhere to the inscription. There are cases of adults where I have found clear cases where inscriptions were engraved in error, and I've changed memorials in those cases. That this is a phonetic variation makes me hesitant to make a full surname spelling change.

I've accepted your DOB/DOD location edits, but declined the surname spelling edit for the above reasons.

I'm open to your continued thoughts. I did see some family group sheets at the Fairfield Public Library for both surnames, but none mentioned the parents or Christian.

Added by Richard K Thompson on Dec 09, 2015 4:45 PM
Richard K Thompson
Christian Klophenstein memorial
I've received your edits and message about my memorial for Christian Klophenstein. His headstone was read in the early 1960's by Mary and Orville Prill, back when the headstones were much more legible than they sometimes are now, and their interpretation of the surname was "Klophenstein", which is why I've used that for that particular memorial.

I'm a little leery of accepting your surname edit change because of that. Not totally unwilling, just trying to be cautious because we don't know about his parents for confirmation either way beyond the inscription that he was a son of "P. & E.".

As to his DOB/DOD locations, there are no death records in this area (Jefferson county, Iowa) for deaths prior to 1880, so I'm curious about your sources. Again, you could well be correct, but I'm left with the Roth cemetery transcriptions that don't have that sort of information. You did write, separately, that he died in Liberty township, but that is not a location available for F/A/G entries since the locations don't go to township level. Roth cemetery, by the way, is in Center township, so I'm wondering why he would have been buried there if he died in Liberty township.

Can you let me know more of your research on Christian? Again, I'm not unwilling to make credible changes, but in this case for the surname I'd be in the position of going against the headstone inscription.

Added by Richard K Thompson on Dec 09, 2015 7:32 AM
Mandi Brown
Woart & Agnes Harrison
Please be advise that these two individuals are in the wrong cemetery. They are in the Oak Hill Cemetery at Clearmont not the one in Maryville. Please relocate them to the correct cemetery.

Thanks for attending to this.

Mandi Brown
Cemetery Historian
Added by Mandi Brown on Dec 05, 2015 4:27 PM
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