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|Ben G||Rebecca Knight-Bolsters Mills|
I searched the entire cemetery, but the only Rebecca I could find was Rebecca Fogg, 1st wife of Elias Fogg. The years are similar but not exact. Just in case this is the correct person, I will hold the photos.
Added by Ben G on Apr 16, 2013 7:28 AM
Sorry for the double photos. There were requests for both memorials and I didn't realize until I had uploaded the photos that you already had them.
Added by Jenn O. on Apr 04, 2013 3:19 PM
|Kathy Salazar||Rev Donald Brown photo request|
Buried next to Donald is Nellie Brown memorial # 85356684
|Eva Pippin Flowers||Mildred DeWalt|
You are a great asset to FindAGrave! What a gracious person! Thank you for being willing to remove your site though it was older to accommodate the relative! I'm impressed! May you be richly blessed for being a blessing to others!
|Jack||RE: Move memorial|
I know . The page he is linked to has wrong info. The new memorial #101397135 has the correct info
Added by Jack on Nov 28, 2012 6:10 PM
Please move Thomas L. Hurt # 43051338 under his father #101397135
Added by Jack on Nov 28, 2012 9:20 AM
|Julia Dodson||Ralph Stonner|
A very nice woman posted his obit on an osage co list im on her name is Mary Stigler. I thought you might want to add it to his memorial.
Mid-Missouri newspaper, 1975:
Ralph D. Stonner, 82, Chamois, died Monday, July 21, 1975, at the Hermann Area Hospital. Mr. Stonner served as teacher, postmaster, bank president and merchant at various times in Chamois for nearly 60 years. He was born Nov. 11, 1892 in Chamois, the son of William and Etta Dallas Stonner. He was married n 1920 to Haydee Rickhoff, who preceded him in death.
Mr. Stonner served in the Army in France during World War I. He was a member of the Chamois Methodist Church and the Chamois Mason Lodge.
Survivors include: one son, Jack Stonner; one daughter, Mrs. Russell Duncan; and one brother, Frank Stonner, al of Chamois; six grandsons and one great-granddaughter.
Funeral services were held Wednesday at the Chamois Methodist Church with the Rev. Art Reed and the Revd. Charles Miler officiating. Burial was in the Oakland Cemetery. Military services at the gravesite were held Wednesday afternoon."
Pike Co. Genealogical Society is creating awesome cemetery books and we needthe location of this cemetery to add to the project please help us locate this cemetery. we appreciate your efforts.thanks
|ginny lee||RE: Hayden|
We really lucked upon it. We were doing family research of my husband's family in KY (we're from IL) and found him next to Wayne's 4th great grandmother Ann Lee. We recognized the last name Hayden as a relative but weren't sure how he was related (if at all) at the time so took the picture. Found out he was a very distant cousin but since I had the picture I thought I would go ahead and post it on Find A Grave.
I have some more photos to take there, I will see if I can get a better picture, or even clean the stone up a bit with some soap and water. If not, I will write down what the stone says and let you know. Sorry, it was a bad pic, I didnt pay much attention. Gravetracker :)
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