|Glenda Golden||William Arthur Jordan|
Have finally been able to go back to the Bean Cemetery in Little River,Ks. There was no listing on the directory for William Jordan or Arthur Jordan, or William Arthur Jordan. Then went to city hall thinking they would have records,they sent me to the Young Historical Library across the street. They are only open on Thursdays 10:00 to 5:oopm. So called them. Friday (9-15-17) received 2 pages of info that they had. Would be glad to send it to you if you would like to have it. Just need your email.
Sorry it has been so long before I got back to you.
|Peace4me||RE: Albert D and Margaret Bayha marker|
You are so very welcome! It is always wonderful to hear that someone so far away can see their relatives stones. There is another stone by their stone Christine Bayha 1969-2007, in case you are interested in it. The requests you have in Greenwood Cemetery in Ohio County, I have been to that Section R lot # 96 many times and there are no stones for the Bayhas in that section. I believe they have no stones. Also the Bayhas in the Peninsula Cemetery, there is a section of the Bayha family stones but all the stones have a photo on their memorials. It is very difficult to find baby stones that old, or if they have one it is usually difficult to read or they don't have a stone at all. I have been to the Peninsula Cemetery many times and I don't believe there are any stones for the requests you have in Peninsula or the stones are there but can't be read. This cemetery is the one where they had to move many graves to build I-70 Interstate that went through that area. I will keep looking for your requests but I just wanted you to know that I'm sure they don't have stones. Carla :):)
Added by Peace4me on Aug 30, 2017 8:46 PM
|Seaborn||RE: John Asa Hulse|
I thought if I could find it I would take a picture of it during the total eclipse due to the history of the cemetery. But as I said none of the surviving tombstones was for John. The cemetery has been heavily damaged over the years due to the reported history surrounding the founding of the cemetery. Sorry.
Added by Seaborn on Aug 21, 2017 3:42 PM
|Penny Stevens||RE: Jack Donald Craig|
You are most welcome! I'm glad you like it.
|Gordon Edwards||RE: Broyles Cemetery|
You are welcome - the Broylesville community has quite a history, and the general location of the burial ground is somewhat known, but it is indeed just pasture/farmland. The little village is nothing more than memories now. Like you stated - sad.
|Glenda Golden||RE: William Arthur Jordan|
Just looked for William Jordan. I live 30 miles from Little River, but will look again when I go to visit my son in Windom.
|NJL3WD||RE: Helen and Edith Matthews grave marker|
You're welcome and I agree! That was a fun surprise to find.
Added by NJL3WD on May 24, 2017 2:06 PM
|Linda Y||RE: WIlliam Jordan|
Was incorrect william. Photo request is still there. Many children had unmarked graves
Added by Linda Y on May 17, 2017 3:58 PM
|P Brock||RE: The Haller markers|
Added by P Brock on Jan 30, 2017 12:46 PM
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: William Matthews' marker & stone|
I couldn't find the other Matthews' headstones. The infant I saw was John #71878600. I took additional photos of all of the Matthew headstones that I found and posted them. I also propped up the couple of older ones that were lying flat so that I could take advantage of the angle of the sun to get a better photograph. Glad I could help!
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