|Charlotte Shockey (#47242614)|
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I became interested in my genealogy back in Middle school when we had to find out what our surname meant and make a coat of arms. I couldn't find any info on my surname because it turns out it was an Americanized version. Now I have tons of branches. :) |
Hit me up if we are possibly related.. :)
I have two groups on FB for cousins on two of my major lines. I also have a profile on WikiTree: Shockey-96
If I manage a memorial that is in your family I'll be happy to transfer it to you as long as it's not also my family. :)
I apologize if anyone has emailed me or left a message below. I have been away several years from genealogy and am trying to get back into it despite my busy schedule.
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|Bill Waters||Edward R. Dove|
Thanks for the picture
Thank you for the correction. I changed the date and also added the Obituary to the page as well. If you happen to know the month and day of his date of birth or death, I will be more than happy to put it on the page as well.
Just wanted to say thanks for sending the link to connect him to his father. His memorial has been updated with credit given, Thanks again! and keep up the great work!
Added by DKT on May 16, 2015 8:42 PM
|Nancy E.||I was expecting your request.|Added by Nancy E. on Apr 27, 2015 8:26 PM
|Christina ||Harry Smith in Ferncliff|
Sec R lot 66
Anna Smith d1921
Charles Smith d1925
Edwin Smith d1933
Harry Smith d1961
|Christina ||Violet Smith in Ferncliff|
Sec R lot 190
Daisy Speary d1999
Eva Schindler d1963
Fay Fisher d1921
Violet Smith d1942
William Schindler d1949
|Kathie||ann Shockley @ StL Calvary|
for whatever reason when the monument was made she was missed. Please see the caption for lot information.
Added by Kathie on Dec 27, 2014 5:06 AM
|Gloria Tune||Sarah Ann Moore Clark|
So, I went back and looked at the census records for any David Clark born in Kentucky, living in Missouri. I did find him with a Mary on the 1850 census, a daughter Sarah the correct age and listed with them was a "Mrs. Tillery, age 60".
He continued to be listed with the family through 1880 census, even lived in Texas on one of those census before returning to Missouri.
I have not seen a death record for him, but imagine he's buried somewhere in Clay or Ray county. If you have more info on him that can be added here, then let me know.
My primary interest is the Clark family.
|Gloria Tune||Sarah Ann Moore Clark|
According to Sarah's death certificate, she was the daughter of a David Moore & Sarah Tillery, both born in Kentucky. Without some other document, how do we know the Mary Moore you mentioned was her mother?
Missouri Death Certificates
Certificate # 44276
Name: Sarah A. Clark
Death date: 31 December 1938
Cause of death: Mitral Stenosis-Chronic Nephritis
Death place: Richmond, Ray County, Missouri
Race or color (on document): White
Age at death: 91 years, 2 months, 29 days
Birth date: 31 October 1847
Birth place: Pratherville, Clay County, Missouri
Marital status: Widow
Spouse name: not stated
Father name: David Moore
Father birth place: Kentucky
Mother name: Sarah Tillery
Mother birth place: Kentucky
Occupation: House Keeper
Social Security Number: none stated
Residence: 441 North College, Richmond, Ray County, Missouri
Cemetery name: Lawson
Burial place: Lawson, Ray County, Missouri
Burial date: 01 January 1939
Additional relatives: Informant: Nina Clark Hamacher
Registration District No.: 744
File No.: 44276
Primary Registration District No.: 3035
Registered No.: 191
|Gloria Tune||Robert J. Clark Jr. Memorial|
Yes, I dealt with the issue when I first received the memorial. It's odd his death certificate shows his age, which corresponds with a birth in 1867, yet he did not show up with the family on the 1870 census.
I also don't take the gravestone dates as gospel either, as many have been show to be mistaken.
But on the 1900 census, he shows up as age 23, again something I don't take as gospel, as well as parents marriages, since some of those ancestors had babies, then married.
I did change it to 1887, since there were more supporting documents for that date....weird, eh!
Thanks for the input.
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