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|larry carter||RE: Transfers|
you are welcome Allen, If headstones are placed i will let you know.
|Joyce Escue Culver||Wives of Samuel C Adger Eskew|
I rechecked what I had for them, and have updated his page. I don't think they are the same one, as their b dates are very different. Otherwise, who knows? I show Barbara E b Nov 1840, marr abt 1866, and Mary Ellen Wham b 02 Nov 1852 d 17 Jan 1903. Still not a firm answer, but don't think they are the same one.
Joyce Escue Culver
|Karyn Buckner Garvin||Thomas Mays Hudson & Thomas Mays McJunkin|
Just also found the other contributor has the spouse as Thomas Mays Hudson instead of Thomas Mays McJunkin, which is the correct name I have on my memorial. I'm sending in those two for merge also and will ensure the name is corrected to McJunkin on the final product.
There has to be a big family McJunkin stone out there that wasn't photographed!!!
|Karyn Buckner Garvin||Florence Lee Hudson McJunkin|
Hi, thanks for the info. I do suspect there's a family main headstone with "McJunkin" on it and her stone doesn't list her married name because of it.
I'll get my entry merged into Chris' in order to preserve the links.
Appreciate your time in letting me know about the duplicate.
|Charles Yarbrough||Drury Yarbrough|
Got your e-mails. Thought I included my e-mail address, but must not have It is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Ann Tennessee Rainer Yarbrough and Nancy Elizabeth Yarbrough are also in my line. I have most, I believe, of Drury's kids and his three wives. Anything you might have, pictures,information, etc. would be helpful. I have all the direct line of Drury, back to the first Ambrose from England and from Drury down to my father. Will be glad to share anything you need. I am putting together something similar to Robert Price Yarbrough's work that is in the Lauderdale Cty, archives.
Chuck Yarbrough (Charles)
|Helen Strickland||Lorena Thomas Golden #61102521|
I appreciate the information, and entered what you sent. But I would like for you to check the memorials, I was a little confused and you seem to have a good comprehension of the spouses and dates.
Please let me know if I missed any thing.
|Patricia Marburger||Fanne Bell McGinnis Beshell|
Here is obit for Frances Belle "Fannie" McGinnis Beshell buried oak Shade Cemetery, Cleveland, Liberty County, Texas.
Obituary - The Liberty Vindicator (Liberty, Texas) Thursday, 20 November 1942 Page 13
Constable's Mother Dies in Cleveland
CLEVELAND--Mrs. Bell Beshell, 89, a resident here 55 years and mother of Fred Beshell of Cleveland, constable of Precinct 6, died Friday at her hom at 12:45 p.m.
Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Calvary Baptist Churdh, with the Rev. G.L. Hodges, pastor, officiating. Burial was in Oak Shade Cemetery, Pace-Stancil directed.
Mrs. Beshell was born in Fayette County Jan. 22, 1863 and came to Cleveland 55 years ago with her family. Her husband, H.G. Beshell, died in 1937.
Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. J.P. Richards of Evergreen, Mrs. Bertha Brashear of Cleveland, and Mrs. Flora R. Foxworth of Galveston; two sons, Fred Beshell of Cleveland and O.H. Beshell of Houston; three sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Cannon of Waco, Mrs. J.L. Hennesy of Houston, and Mrs. Bertha Simmons of Kingsville; 27 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren, and seven great-great-grandchldren.