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|Ms.Iowa||Caroline Hicks McDade Memorial# 46495674|
I was just wondering where you found the information for Caroline's parents' names. I can't find her on any census records with her parents.
Added by Ms.Iowa on Apr 15, 2014 1:18 PM
|Vicki Stinson||William Attebury|
Hi NE MO,
Thank you so much for the shortened version of the newspaper articles! I was in the midst of typing them up when I received you email. Yours is perfect!!
It's sad to know that he's in a unmarked grave. Even his parents don't have headstones. Another mystery there.
Thanks again for all that you do!! :)
|George Paul Farris||Alphonso P. MEFFORD (FAG# 65491334)|
Dear Schuyler County Keeper:
My warm thanks for the memorial you created for my cousin (1C3R), Alphonso P. "Al" MEFFORD, and his wife Pearl BEAN.
You should be commended for the time and effort you expend in preservation and conservation for the community at-large. The work you have done will form a qualitative part of the regional Missouri tapestry of micro-history.
Keep-up the good work.
May God bless you,
|Larry and Jane||Parley Honiter|
Thanks for the copy of Uncle Parley Honiter's death certificate. I should have known he died at the hospital in Kirksville instead of at home on the farm. I had just finished high school when he died and can remember his funeral well.
Good Morning NE MO.
You have done a fantastic job here.
Would you like for me to transfer the ones I have? They are not in my wife's tree.
Best regards to you and all yours, Bud.
Added by Bud on Mar 10, 2014 6:24 AM
|Patricia Kirkwood||Lee Ruth (Charles Lee Ruth)|
During my research, I found records for Charles David Ruth matching the records for Charles Lee Ruth. Marriage and WWI registrations are Charles David (both list wife as Stella/Estella.) As "keeper of the records" do you have any possible explanation. Charles Lee's father is brother to my gr gr grandmother, Catherina (Kate) Ruth Hohl.
Las Vegas, NV
|Paula A. Tomey-Allen||Thank you!|
Thank you for all your hard and through work! Such blessings I have found on your pages for my Whitacres and beyond!
|Clarice Courneya||Fred Jasmer-61055566|
Thanks for linking Fred to his mother. I am researching his wife Agnes L. Anderson Jasmer-I am finding some information that she died July 1, 1964, Toole county, Montana, but will verify first.
Thanks for all your help.
|C Roth||George Washington Hall|
Thank you for posting his obituary. Had never seen it before and learned much about my Hall ancestors.
Added by C Roth on Feb 05, 2014 4:41 PM
|Patricia Morris||James Kinnear|
I have been looking for more information on James Kinnear- this is what I have found. James H. Kinnear Death date Nov. 29, 1917, wife was Millie A. Gresham they were married Mar.21,1872. My information comes from Family Search.org. I have been looking for his grave to take a photo, here in Highland Park Cemetery, Kirksville,Adair Co. Missouri.
Millie A. Kinnear -Widow received James H. Kinnear -Civil War Pension in Kirksville, Adair Co Mo.
I thought that might help I have not found his birth.
Hope you can add more to his memorial on Find a grave.com I am a volunteer also. Patricia Morris.
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