|Penny Neeson (#47535929)|
| || member for 3 years, 3 months, 2 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
I have been doing family research for over 25 years. My families are Orbin, Collins, Tiller, Miles, Smith, Swallow, Hill, Schunk, Keown, Grable, Haney, Hines, Howard, Riley, Lee, Leatherman. I am also doing my husbands side Neeson, Brooks, Beamer, Herring/Herron, Carman, Egglestone, Vincent, Sanders, and so many others. I was born in Macon, Missouri and lived there till I was 10. Then we moved to Columbia and then moved to Bevier when I was 13. I have several family members still in Macon, Bevier, Kaseyville and all over Macon County. I love to do family research because it makes history more real, that historical events happened to family members who lived through these events. It makes history come alive.|
|Messages left for Penny Neeson (253)||[Leave Message]|
|Larry Leach||Elizabeth Krutsinger #131297546|
Hi Penny, I changed Elizabeth's burial location back to Edgewood Cemetery because I found my original source of the information which was her newspaper obituary. Thanks... Larry
Obituary - Elizabeth Krutsinger, was born in Orange Co, Ind., Dec. 7th 1821. Dies, at the home of her daughter Mrs. Jacob Cornwell, Golden City, Mo., April 15, 1904, at 9:20 p.m. aged 82 years, 4 months and 8 days. funeral services was held at the Christian Church at Edgewood, Ill., April 18 1904.
She was married to Christian P. Leatherman, Oct. 20, 1836, in Orange Co, Ind., her husband died March 18, 1898 she was buried beside her husband in the Edgewood Cemetery, she was a devoted Christian, having united with the Christian Church in 1858.
She leaves three daughters and five sons Rev. Wm. Leatherman of Desoto, Mo. Mrs Jacob Cornwell Golden City, Mo Jacob Leatherman of Golden City, Mo James Leatherman of Oklahoma. Mrs. T.F. Hale. Chicago, Ill. Harvey T. Leatherman, Chicago, Ill. Geo. W. Leatherman of Pittsburg, Kansas. and Mrs. Alice Goodnight, of this place.
|David Sharp||Annie Pearl Haley|
Combined the bio an memorials thanks Dave
|Dodson Cemetery Association||Livonia Doneghy|
The paper was published in Wellington, Texas, and she died in Houston, Texas.
Thanks so much for the transfers of James Dudley and Betty Newman.
|ScottandSusan||Andrew Jackson Smith #19162819|
Thank you very much for the head's up on Andrew's civil war service. I added your info to his bio, I've been remiss in getting everyone their bios. Thank you again for your help!
Cheers! Susan :)
|Ruth Harris Carver||RE: Benjamin C Harris|
Okay, thanks. Just trying to gather information before I go digging in my files. I am nursing a broken hip, so bear with me. The old Harris cemetery has many broken/unreadable stones so it is anyone's guess. I would love to get to Blount County to do research. But that is probably never going to happen now. Are you related?
|Ruth Harris Carver||RE: Benjamin C Harris|
How did you come to set up a memorial for Nellie? Was there any proof that she was married to Benjanin V, Harris or that she was actually buried at Harris Cemetery in Blount County?
|Ruth Harris Carver||Benjamin C Harris|
I see Nellie is tied to another spouse, interesting. Do you know anything about that? My brother has been to the Harris Cemetery and taken pictures. I will go through those, I do not believe there is a Nellie buried there. I see she did have a brother named Thomas Shelton and Benjamin had a son named Shelton.
|Ruth Harris Carver||RE: Benjamin C. Harris wife|
Wow! This is the first I have ever heard that she might have been called Nellie. I know from Benjamin's will, his wife, Elenor, was appointed executor and a few other sources call her the same. I have found nothing concrete to establish her maiden name as Hitch other than the Hitch name witnessing for her on various records and back in those days, family were usually witnesses for folks according to Blount County records. Of course that isn't always true. I will definitely take a look at Nellie's memorial and check through my records to see if I can find anything further. I will let you know. Thanks for the information.
|Michael Jones||RE: D.B. RANKIN|
I FOUND DB RANKIN IN RANDLPH CO MO FOR HIS DAUGHTER NANCY ISABEL RANKIN 1852-1872 AND HIS WIFE E,,,SO FAR THATS IT..WHEN I CAN GET BACK TO THE LDS LIBRARY I VEGAS AND USE ANCESTRY I HOPE THERE WILL BE MORE. TK U MLJ LV NV
|[View all messages...]|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service