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|Anna Jaech (#47861515)|
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|Karen S. Lee||Brady Cemetery Stephens (Cousins)|
Hi Anna, I looked into your family (cousins) cemetery in Cass County and I had already visited there and it is very well documented the only Stephens that does not have a picture is Louisa Stephens. There is a lot of this family so let me know if you don't see who you are looking for and I will be more then happy to look for you. Karen
|Karen S. Lee||Maud Blackwelder 180074355|
I could not find her parents in Find A Grave to link them. Are you able to help me with this? I wasn't sure if I was entering last name incorrectly but I tried several ways. Thanks. Karen
|Mary Helen Allen||RE: Tyre G. Harris Boone County, MO|
List of “Mexican War Heros’ from Boone county, Missouri
Chapter XI, page 264 Bench & Bar by North Todd Gentry, 1916.
Odon Guitar, Jas. H. Moss, Ff.c. Triplett, Jno R. Bedford (he was killed by the Mexicans - cause unknown)
Samuel A. Young, Robert Todd,
Justices of the Peace:
Tyre H. Martin, John Ellis, Tyre G. Harris and C. V. Bricknell
|Laura Bryan Spann||RE: Madison Hawk|
You are welcome. I was going to ask if you are related. I have an excerpt of a journal kept by Augustine Shannon, an itinerant, horseback riding, Methodist preacher. He describes the death and funeral of Madison C. Hawk. I grew up in the old Calhoun Methodist Church and we played in this graveyard.
|Pitit Fi||Re: #84561583|
I went back into my records and did a little more digging. I now believe the stone (and it has the right dates) belongs to Ferdinand Kennett the son of Mortimer Kennett. Mortimer was a brother to Ferdinand St. George. Mortimer's son went to Montana and died in Missoula. He would have been a grandson, not the son, of Press Graves and Margaret Porter Kennett.
Added by Pitit Fi on Apr 23, 2017 12:54 PM
|Margaret Gunn||RE: Louisa Meredith Beazell|
Anna, The other posting wasn't mine so I can't make any changes. You will have to contact the other poster to combine the postings.
|jasmith||RE: Mary Hardin|
Annie: Thomas Hardin is my grandmother's brother. My grandmother is Bertha J Hardin, ID# 42137186. I don't ever remember meeting him, but did meet some of her other siblings. I have been trying to connect my family members on Find a Grave based on information that I have. I have a couple of books about the Hardins, but some of the information is incorrect.
Thanks for contacting me. Keep up the good work!
Added by jasmith on Dec 09, 2016 9:13 AM
|Susan Aduddell||RE: John Williams|
That is so great! Which web site did you use to find the census. I cannot find it an ancestry.com. I have not looked in familysearch yet.
|Diane L. Teague Webb||Anna Lee Wilson Munson|
I just found that Mary M. Munson Fisher her parents Reuben T. Munson and mother Addie Lee Wilson Munson all buried in Hillcrest Cemetery in Fulton, Callaway Co., MO.
I found Addie's death certificate and need to enter her into Find A Grave.
Reuben T. Munson's grandfather was Sanford Munson of Scott Co., KY., the brother of my 2nd ggfather Solomon Munson of Scott Co. KY. left in 1830's for Warren-Henderson Co., Illinois.
I will add Addie Lee Wilson Munson to Find A Grave and LINK to husband and daughter. Thank you for the notification.
Diane L. Teague Webb
Trabuco Canyon, CA.
|Edward Crowley||RE: William Strother|
I believe it is William Strother, his wife Anna Kavanaugh, Thomas Coleman and his wife Susanna Coleman. However, there is no writing left on the four tombstones - it has weathered away, which would seem to indicate that the tombstones are very old. They are located on private property in a small grove of trees in front of our house at 475 Arrowhead Springs, Versailles, KY.
This is a quote from page 60 of the Register of the State Historical Society, Vol. 19, No. 55 (January 1921). (notes in parentheses are mine).
"I am informed that the old homestead (of Susanna Hawkins Coleman - daughter of Thomas Coleman) is now the property of J.A. Eaton (our property is part of what was formerly the Eaton property based on late 1800's/early 1900's county maps). I am quite sure that the remains of William Strother, his wife, Anna Kavanaugh, Thomas Coleman, and his wife Susanna, and perhaps a number of descendants were buried on the Eaton farm."
According to our neighbour, who has lived here since the land was divided, the foundations of the old home were on a creek bed about 100 yards from the cemetery. I have not had the opportunity to explore and see if I could find the foundation stones.
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