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|William Wheeler||Wheeler's in Crowder Cemetery|
I see that you posted the Find A Grave's for Mary Bartlett Wheeler and her children Isaac, Nathan, Martha B and Melissa Wheeler. Interesting that they all died within several weeks of one another in 1864. Are you aware of a common cause of death (maybe smallpox or Typhoid Fever)? Bill
|Shasta-wildflower||#61229630 Emma B. Sims|
Emma B Logston was never married to Samuel M. Paris. Samuel was married to my Great great Aunt Emma Anna (Gatlin) Paris. She is buried beside Samuel (they share the same stone) She died in 1944 and I am in the process of getting her death certificate to get the death date inscribed on her stone at GREEN Top Cemetery in Schuyler, Missouri. If you need any information to verify I can provide that for you. The gravestone pictures that are on the above memorial #61229630 are of my Grea great and her husband Sam. I have made a memorial for my Emma (Gatlin) and Sam Paris already. Can you remove those photos from #61229630, I would appreciate. Thank you for all your work you do on findagrave. Thanks again.
I need to send you info on this memorial. This person on this memorial died as an Emma B. (Logston) Sims,through her 3rd marriage, not as a Paris. There is too much information that I need to discuss with you. If you can please send me your email so I can pass this information on to you. My email is email@example.com. Thank You!
|Colleen Eagan||Washington McConnell|
How may I reach the person who wrote all the information to his death? I believe this man is the Washington McConnell who was born in Spencer County, Indiana to James McConnell and Catherine (Morton) McConnell. They did go to Morgan Co., Ill. in 1830. Washngton was their youngest child.
If you can put me in touch with the person who wrote the information, I will appreciate it.
|PioneerMotherG5||Mary Jane Branard Everhart|
No family relation, but helping a friend, I found Jane Everhart wife of Anderson Everhart Death Certificate #918 Missouri Jackson Co. She was living with her daughter and son in law Elsey and Della Dickenson in Independence, MO at the time of her death, but buried in Adair Co., MO
I hope this helps
|Marti Schuller||Martha Jane McIntosh|
Upon further review I have found that Martha Jane's maiden name was Burress according to the IN marriage record of 1848 (March 2) when she married Joshua Jarvis McIntosh. Therefore she is not related to the Burris family as I misunderstood. Interesting that two Martha Jane's were in Kirksville so close together. I've searched all I can from Ancestry.com and can find no birth records or baptisms, just the marriage certificate and later census records under her married name. But this one is my ancestor as one of her sons was Aylett, a definite ancestor (my great grandfather). Sorry if I have muddied the waters.
Martha "Marti" Schuller
Thanks for all the info. I have entered most of what you sent with explanations of possible conflicts. See what you think of my additions. I've request a photo for Harrit in Tarr Cemetery, so we'll see if anything is found. I told whoever photographs her headstone that her husband and parents are buried there so that should give them a hint where to go.
|Shasta-wildflower||Emma Anna Gatlin Paris #157562085|
Thank you for your suggestion on Emma's memorial on her marriage to Samuel Paris. I do have that information on my ancestry tree but never thought of putting it on memorial. Thank you again.
|Ken Angstead||Bethel Cemetery, Adair Co., Mo|
Ivan Kellison was my uncle and missing is one brother that is also buried in the Bethel Cemetery and not showing that he is buried there. Daniel Kellison 3-11-1902 Born in Oskaloosa, Iowa, Died 10-06-1973 Adair County, Mo. Wife Emma Lowe Born 3-24-1905 Mo. died 3-24-1980 Adair Co. Mo. They had 5 Children Charle Kellison and Ruth Kellison both buried in Bethel Cemetery their 2 small stones next to Daniel and Emma's Stone. Irene Kellison Cory, 1924-2006, Roselene Kellison Barker,1926-1974 Clarence Kellison,1927-1996. Father of Ivan Kellison and Daniel Kellison is John William Kellison and Nellie Stott Kellison
|Ken Angstead||Bethel Cemetery Adair County Missouri|
Charles Stott and Louisa Hayden Stott are my Great-Grandparents and I have information I would like to add like all their children. Can I do that? I've not found a field that I can add children. I'm also trying to get some work done on the stones this summer, but not sure if it's ok to just go ahead and do this. I can't find who manages the Cemetery. Also John Stott is my Great-Great Grandfather and on the stone by John Stott's stone is his wife's stone it just reads wife of John Stott although it is hard to read and in the ground. His wife is Aseneth "Sene" Snell Stott Born 3-25-1808 in Union, Knox Co.,Main and died 10-22-1876, Adair County, Missouri. They had 3 Children Charles Dean Stott,(1844 1915) Lucy Elizabeth Stott Williams 1846 Congress Morrow Co. Ohio. I haven't found when she died, but her father lived with her after her mother died. John Stott and wife asceneth were both death Mutes.
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