|Pat Thomas (#47094871)|
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|I work primarily with my relatives memorials. Management of non-relatives' memorials may be transferred upon request. I welcome information and corrections, including cited source documents.|
Ancestors: Balliet, Billingsley, Buchanan, Burcham, Capps, Carter, Clark, Craig, Follmer, Fulbright, Hadley, Hendershott, Johnson, Lakey, Leckenby, Levan, Mickley, Miller, Privett, Reese, Romig, Romines, Sanders, Siegfried, Skinner, Stacy, Thomas, Wheeler, and Upchurch. Also: Berei, Blake, Blind, Bryant, Dickens, Huffman, Nigheger, Simcox, Stein, Thomas, and Wiseman.
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|Claudette Brown Hackworth||RE: James Carter possible father of Matilda Ann Carter Lakey|
James Carter is also my ancestor through his daughter Emeline Arnold. Do you descend through this line?
|Claudette Brown Hackworth||Ancestors|
You are I are definitely related a little bit. I am also researching many of the same surnames that you are. Capps, Carter, Arnold, Brown, and many others.
|Theresa Brown||Jacob Andrews|
Well here we go again.I found that Jacob's wife's
name was Margaret M. Chaffin.Not Mary Ellen.I found them in the 1900 Webster County,Missouri census book on page 252 and in the 1910 Webster County,Missouri census book on page 251.It listed
7 children as follows:
(1) Robert-Oct.9,1881 Webster County
(2) Hulda R.-Nov.1885
(4) Jessie- Oct.1893
(6) Lenard- 1903
(7) Emma E.-1908
Was wondering if you can tell me where Elizabeth Lakey Andrews is buried.She is the W/O James Andrews.Thank you in advance.
|Theresa Brown||RE: John Burcham Lakey|
Okay, i did some more digging in order to find out who Synthis E.C.Cobb was.No Jhon Burcham Lakey's first wife was Rebecca Ann Spurlock.After she died He the M/2 to Synthia E.C.Cobb on Jan.29,1890 in Ozark County,Mi.She died in Baxter County,Ark.John then M/3 to Mary Martha Arthita Catherine Cobb on Nov.10,1920 in BAXTER cOUNTY,aRK.wHAT CONNECTS THESE TWO GIRLS IS THEIR FATHER jOHN bEDFORD cOBB. tHE DIFFERENCE IS THEY HAVE DIFFERENT MOTHER'S.sYNTHIA'S mom is Nancy E,Guin and Mary's mom is Dorothy Martha Sanders. Here is the family trees that I found this on:Burns Haider Family Tree
and Lakey Family Tree Owner of that tree is phyquilter.Hope this helps.
|Theresa Brown||RE: John Burcham Lakey Sr.|
Okay this is getting really interesting. I found where he was married to Rebecca Ann Spurlock but I can't find out where she is buried.Then I foun where he m/2 to Synthia E.C.Cobb in 1890.Then I found where he was married to probably her sister Mary
Martha Cobb in 1920.Then I found a date for his death,which was June 29,1930 in Mountain Home,Baxter County,Ark.But I found him buried in the Lakey Cemetery West of Ava.Interesting to say the least.
|PurpleRosenb||RE: Simon Lakey, Sr 1828-1913|
I love sharing family history. As a matter of fact I am going to the Library in Independence MO to do more research. I was just in Ava MO this summer and visited with some cousins. Do you have a ancestry.com account? Please let me know what you would like to know and if I have the info I will be glad to share. You are the first cousin I have been in contact with from the Wheeler side. Simon Lakey/Sarah Love's daughter Sarah Lakey is my Great grandmother married to William Hartley.
My email is email@example.com
Nell (Hartley) Beckman
I was wondering if you are on ancestry? I am researching my family heritage and it looks like we have two family lines in common - Lakey and Wheeler.
|Theresa Brown||Kezziah Romines Lakey|
As to what page that query was on all was remember
it was in the back.What got my attention was the name Caroline. Now I've done my fair share all seeing the research & I don't recall seeing the
name of Caroline with any of the Lakey men.Could be wrong tho lol.
|Theresa Brown||Brushy knob Cem|
Hey girl was wondering if you might help me. You see Brushy Knob Cem. isn't any where near Vera Cruz,Mo. It's in Brushy Knob,Douglas County,Mo.So how can I get it changed?
|Theresa Brown||war records|
yes I did. They had some useful info.
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