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Note: Information about Jacob and Mary Stauffer Varnes and some of their descendants has been taken from the following family history:
THE GENEALOGY OF THE JACOB LEIGHTY FAMILY OF FAYETTE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA by Floyd H. Leighty, Sr., Jan. 1980.
Special thanks to Julie Oliver for recording tombstone information at Bethel Christian Church near Anabel, MO, which has been used in some of the memorials.
Records of Ken O'Neal have been invaluable in creating memorials in East Liberty Presbyterian Cemetery in Vanderbilt, PA.
Elizabeth Ellsberry's Cemetery Records of Macon Co., MO, 1963, has been a great help for memorials in Macon Co., MO.
I try to follow the FAG guidelines concerning obituaries.
The question of initials in proper names has recently come up. I am trying to follow the FAG guidelines of using a period after a middle initial: "Concerning punctuation in proper names, always use normal English rules, such as always use a period after a Middle Initial."
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|joe koch||RE: Margaret Magnus|
Thanks for your reply and sorry for any confusion. I think the issue is now resolved correctly. Thanks for your cooperation.
Added by joe koch on Jul 28, 2016 8:45 AM
|joe koch||RE: Mathilda Magnus|
You're quite welcome. All of us contributing pieces to the great genealogy puzzle is part of the fun! When can I expect an update to your site reflecting Margaret Magnus's name as a sibling of Elmer and Glen? When that happens, Margaret will appear as a legitimate sibling rather than a **step-child on my site. Part of the problem was caused by the inclusion of Margaret's maiden name taken from the newspaper account of her death. Thanks in advance for your speedy resolution!
Added by joe koch on Jul 27, 2016 8:06 AM
|Raymona||RE: Joseph J.L. Singleton|
OOPS!! I meant to send this to the photographer of the gravestone, but just goofed. Sorry to bother you with this.
JJL Singleton is not a relative of mine, but is the father of a person in the cemetery close to me, and I have had some questions about him. No need to transfer.
Thanks again for all the fine work you do on this site.
Raymona # 47237415
Added by Raymona on Jul 01, 2016 4:07 PM
|ptetermo||RE: John W. Miller|
Yes, please transfer his memorial to me. Do you need my contributor no.? I can send by secure mail.
Added by ptetermo on Jun 29, 2016 8:37 AM
|Maryann Cavender||Annie James Tooley|
My grandmother Annie James Tooley was buried with her first husband T. S. James in Oakwood Cemetery in Macon Mo. There is nothing on his memorial that says this. Thank you so much.
Mary Ann James Cavender
|Luteen Carroll||RE: I. Goodding|
Thank you for adding the info. Luteen
|DKOWN||RE: Opal L. Cupp Walker|
I hope you added your information to the other Opal , I see you are through.
Added by DKOWN on Jun 09, 2016 6:18 PM
|Barbara Crossler||RE: Adam Surber|
Thanks so much for checking.
|Barbara Crossler||RE: Adam Surber #14428306|
Reference to "Descendants of Michael Surber" by Damon Floyd cannot be found online. Do you have a copy that you could send to me or a link.
Do you have any information that Adam Surber (1751-1833) may have been in the Rev War?
|linda fisher||RE: Margaret Kirkland White|
Hi There, The sources indicated are:
I found the year of her birth 1769 and the State VA in the Family Data Collection-Births and Millenium File
Year of Death September,1851 in Macon Mo was also from the Family Data Collection- Deaths
Things possibly are not always accurate I suppose..
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