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robin hixon (#46979634)
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Diana Thompson
Marker for Benjamin McWilliams

I have a question on where the marker that you added to Benjamin McWilliams memorial was photographed? Freda also posted a marker that has both Benjamin and his wife Mary on it so was there two markers on his grave?

Thank you for your time
Diana Thompson
Added by Diana Thompson on May 25, 2015 5:36 PM
Enola Justice
Thank you
Robin I want to thank you for your work you have done. I have been able to find info on my fathers family that I did not know and now I am hoping to learn more about my past. My dad did not talk about his family. Nola Ballinger and the ones with her are my family. Nola was my grandmother. Again thank you for all the work you have done.
Added by Enola Justice on May 23, 2015 3:02 PM
James Engle
Alford Mansur's daughter
Just added his daughter named Adelia M. Mansur
Added by James Engle on Feb 03, 2015 11:58 AM
RE: James L Hosley
Update someone states they found marriage records for David P Pye in 1887 in Osage County to Mary Shrives and had two children. But nothing can be found other than that.

John E Pye though lived in Kincaid, Rich twp. Anderson Co area into his 70's though (1940 census).
Added by MidwestFolk on Nov 26, 2014 3:33 PM
RE: James L Hosley
Thank you very much!
The Pye's are the important part. Opal Pye Moor, daughter of John is buried in Humboldt KS if that helps at all. John's other kids were Elsie and James Al Pye.
Thank you for the help.
Added by MidwestFolk on Nov 24, 2014 10:30 PM
James L Hosley
I also found a picture of the Holsey house in family photos. Somewhere I read the Hosley family was one of the founding families of Anderson Co. area.
Added by MidwestFolk on Nov 24, 2014 12:21 PM
James L Hosley
Question about James L Hosley Find A Grave#56622840.

Do you know anything about a John E. Pye, David P. Pye, Albert West by chance? Where they are buried? anything?

John E. Pye and David P Pye's parents died while they were teenagers. John E. Pye went to work for J.L. Hosley. David P. Pye went to work for Albert West. I noticed James Hosley's wife's maiden name was West. John and David's parents are buried in nearby Deer Creek/Mt Zion Cemetery. Some of the Pye's were born in Ohio which is the same state James Hosley's wife is from I believe.

For more information read:
Edward Pye
John E. Pye
David Priestley Pye

Added by MidwestFolk on Nov 24, 2014 11:06 AM
Leusia Lundy Mulkins
You found her stone there mem 90247249, she is sister to Columbus. Judging from the condition of Columbus' gravestone maybe wife's is buried in dirt if ever made. thanks for trying to help.
Added by genieresearcher on Apr 08, 2014 8:25 AM
Lundy at Cottage Grove
yes, Robin, my mistake, I even had noted on Columbus' memorial that his wife Nancy Jane McCoy died a week later. Not a year earlier. Sorry. There is a family tree that has a small obit in Humboldt Union which indicates husband died a week earlier but unfortunately no mention of burial location. However as you said, very likely she is buried there with him. I'd like to enter a memorial for her but will wait until can be verified..hopefully. Thanks for your assistance. much appreciated!
Added by genieresearcher on Apr 08, 2014 8:17 AM
RE: Rev Walter Wharton
That would be wonderful. I didn't tell you that Walter baptized my mother in Spirit Lake, Iowa. it took me a very long time to find where they were buried. That cemetery I understand floods every spring, and then I found someone in town that could help me with the tombstone after I found they were all buried there. Thanks so much again. randy
Added by Rabbitmpls on Feb 15, 2014 4:17 AM
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