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Yvette Aune (#47044096)
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Bio Photo Anyone that visits my site, please feel free to leave a message. I would love to know what surname that you check on and what you got out of the site. I will also transfer any Byram sites as long as they are not my direct relatives. All the Byrams that I have listed are not all my family line so feel free to ask. I will let you know if they are my family line or not.

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Mary Mcclintock
Yvette, I am looking for my great great grandmother Mary Eaton. I suspect that she Mary McClintock.

Birth: 1809
Death: 1886

Mayflower Cemetery
Oxford Junction
Jones County
Iowa, USA
Plot: 13

I found her headstone on Find A Grave

Her headstone reads "Mary Mcclintock, mother of __. Eaton. I cannot clearly read the initial, so I am hoping that you can tell me what the initial is. I believe that she was first to Michael Eaton, gave birth to their son Ralph 7 May 1840 in Buffalo, NY. He is buried in Ottawa, Iowa along with the rest of the Eatons. He first appears on the Sharon, Iowa census in 1856 at age 15 and again at age 21 in 1860 living with George and Mary Mcclintock and two McClintock children. This grave nearly confirms my speculation that she remarried after Michael dies. Mary then is listed living with Ralph is 1880 at age 68 as a widow.

I am wondering what information you may have and do you have any information on Michael Eaton, born in Ireland? I have found a burial for a Michael Eaton in Philadelphia. He is buried in RC St. Joseph's Cemetery. He died of consumption at age 30 in the fall of 1840, after Ralph's birth.

I would appreciate any assistance that you can give.

Added by ann on Feb 05, 2016 7:13 AM
M. Miller
Abraham Miller (a son to add)
Another son of Abraham Miller to add is also buried in Callaway County as U.T. Miller (#75162710); full name is Ulysses Telemachus Miller. I have other info on the family also.
Added by M. Miller on Jan 04, 2016 2:41 PM
Anna Jaech
Abraham Miller
I'm so curious! How did Miller come to be buried at the Callaway county courthouse? I was raised in Fulton & am old enough to remember folks born right after the Civil War. 'Never heard of such burials.
Added by Anna Jaech on Nov 28, 2015 3:02 PM
Curtis Mockry
Mary Ellen Shepherd Drake

I am Mary Drake'sGreat Great Grandson. Her name is Maye Ella not Mary Ellen.

Are you related?
Added by Curtis Mockry on Nov 26, 2015 2:51 PM
Austrian Kolache
Henderson, Farris
Very Educational. Your contributions confirm other in-laws of the LeRoy Hendersons... The Farris and Fought families are People bur. at Oshkosh cem. and Antelope. All originally from DeWitt County, Illinois.

Over the hills and "far" away lived the Brothers sur-name in North East Kimball County. Mrs. Ben Brothers was a Henderson and she and her Daughter Mrs. Atkins would travel to see Oshkosh relatives. It was a two day drive by wagon, staying in the Dalton area with the Gustafsons overnight., (the latter Mrs Brother's sons' in-laws). The most notable relative (according to my g-pa,who was fairly little at first) was Mary Jones, Mrs. Brother's sister. " Aunt Mary". I did not know there was Mrs. Brother's brother LeRoy living in Oshkosh until about 18 months ago thru find a grave.

Grandpa's middle name was DeWitt. We shared photos of the old people every few years. But since he didn't like his name, and the family was just from "Kenney Illinois". know one let on they had named grandpa after the county they had uprooted from. I discovered this 3 years ago, but grandpa had passed on many years ago.

Thanks for the contributions. I also see someone named Cole, LeRoy Henderson son. And a wife's family was located for awhile in Cole County, Illinois. I do not know if this is co-incidental. Pretty nifty if it was on purpose. Grandma Brothers might have been up to something. Grandpa Vernon Atkins and Cole Henderson born in 1901 and 1895 respectively.

Elizabeth Henderson Brothers # 79304808.

Lynn as Austrian Kolache

Added by Austrian Kolache on Sep 25, 2015 10:57 PM
Michael Jones
Ara Anne Bridgehan Smith
Yvette, I made a edit mistake on Memorial # 45245236. Her maiden name is Bridgeman not Bridgeham Sorry if I have caused any problems. Ara Anne Brigeman Smith is my great Aunt.
Added by Michael Jones on Sep 21, 2015 5:09 PM
P.O.W. Dad
Amos W. Rutledge
Wanted to let you know I found Ruey, wife of Amos Rutledge, and added her memorial and linked to Amos. Also requested link for daughter Nina.
She is buried almost next to Flora & Henry Holden.
I found her info through a Ancestry search. I'm not related.
Added by P.O.W. Dad on Sep 07, 2015 6:03 PM
Mike Adduddell
Your most excellent work!!!
Dear Yvette,
Etta Bell Aduddell head stone--Wonderful.
You are making such a difference to finding all our family members. My family of 45,000 will bless your name through the eternities.
I have thought that about 500 Aduddell/Diddle family members are still missing--You have helped find 1 more family members.

Thank You
Mike Adduddell/Diddle/Aduddle, A'Diddle, Etc.
Added by Mike Adduddell on Aug 31, 2015 9:31 AM
Ron Rader
Infant Leonard
There is no actual photo for this infant's gravestone. I read on the mother's memorial that the child was buried with her. I hope it was okay to place a couple photos of the mother's stone to show the surrounding area where the child might be buried. If this is not okay, I can remove the photos.
Added by Ron Rader on Aug 09, 2015 2:43 PM
Kevin Byram
Byram Genealogy

Would like to discuss our probable Byram/Byrum ancestry.

Added by Kevin Byram on Jul 20, 2015 9:53 AM
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