|Stephen Burke (#46559280)|
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|I always been interested in cemeteries, and family history. My work on my family history started in 1978. I worked most of my life in manufacturing, starting in Production and eventually ending in Quality Assurance. I retired in 2010, after working for 40 years and doing a tour in the United States Air Force, during the Vietnam War. Enjoy checking out cemeteries and working on my family history. On father's side is: Banister, Bracken, Burke, Mappin, Rogers, Williams. On my mother's side there are Peterson, Johnson, Johannesson, Petersdotter, Sill, Swanson, Edwards, Holmes, Schumacher, and Sundlop, just to mention a few. These families are a mixture of Irish and Swedish, which makes for some interesting times. I was inducted into the "Sons of the Amercian Revolution" in May 2012.|
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|Mike Johnson||Abraham Dean Nora (Mappin) Russell|
I'm a grandson of the subjects noted (my mother was Betty Dean). I'm guessing you talked with a cousin of mine that said Abraham was also Grey Wolf. This is just a fabrication on the cousins part to help them maintain a certain character image. Just wanted to make you aware of this.
|Donna Fannin||Blandin Genealogy|
Thank you again Steven Burke.
This is awesome! No, I did not have this information. I cannot thank you enough. My family will be so excited to read this history. I'm so thankful for everyone who had a part in preserving this part of our family history. Thank you so much. Donna (Blandin) Fannin
|Donna Fannin||Blandin House Museum.|
Thanks so much for the information on Lamach Blandin Jr. and his wife, Lydia Lambert Bandin. I have not made it to the Blandinsville yet, and was wandering if there is an actual gravesite. This is exciting to learn, and I will pass it on to other family members. Thank you so much for your time. Donna (Blandin) Fannin
|K Lindley||Memorial# 7774765|
Hi. The birth date for John William Graham is 2/22/1882, according to his gravestone and census records. Will you please correct this in his FindaGrave record? Thank you!
|Carla Case||RE: Photo|
You are so welcome!
|Lee An||RE: Martha Smithey|
Thank you for your kind assistance. For what it's worth, I found this today too, bios on many of the people in Monroe & Shelby Counties, Missouri, published in 1884 https://archive.org/details/historyofmonroes00nati
Added by Lee An on Oct 05, 2014 6:25 PM
|Lee An||RE: Smithy Graves|
You're very welcome, Stephen. Thank you for watching over them :)
Added by Lee An on Oct 04, 2014 1:35 PM
Thanks so much for taking the time to find Sarah's burial location, I appreciate the photo!
Added by Deekay on Sep 24, 2014 1:41 PM
|Jay||Ausbury Bible Record, partial|
Memorials for two infants of Anthony W. and Mary Ellen Ausbury have been added to Find A Grave.
Anthony W. Ausbury and Mary Ellen Lamb Bible deaths other than their deaths and those of their immediate family:
Mr. J. Ausbury died June 14, 1850
Mary E. Summerwell died July 1880
Thomas Ausbury died Jan. 13, 1887
Lusetia F. Chanler died Feb. 28, 1899
Grandpa Brunings died Mch 9, 1926 Tues 8:05 Morning
Ada Lucia Stormer Blanden died Sat. June 23, 1928 at Wichita, Kans. age 48 yrs.
Cora Eaton Bontz died Feb. 28, 1930 at 6:45 a.m.
Mr. J. D. Bonlz died Tuesday July 8, 1930 at 3:?? o’clock A.M. Father of Mamie
Christina E. Bontz Died Sat. Morn 12:45 age 68 yrs - 1936 - Apr. 18, 1936 buried Mon. 3 oclock
Cumerford Endsley ___? 20 of April
M. Ausbury Age 71
Added by Jay on Sep 24, 2014 9:10 AM
|Jay||RE: Anthony and Mary Ausbury|
Thank you for the Lamb obituaries. I appreciate your sending them. For the most part they will help in identifying the "other" Lambs of McDonough Co. As it happens only Elizabeth Lamb who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Antony Ausbury, is apart of the family that I trace. I maintain a file on other Lambs in that county so those obits have a place to be an informational resource in the future.
I am working on a display for the Library in observation of Family History Month in October. Seems one thing or the other has delayed my research. Previously I did this with another member of our genealogical society but she is now busy being Regent for the local DAR chapter.
Added by Jay on Sep 19, 2014 3:59 PM
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