|Penny Neeson (#47535929)|
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I have been doing family research for over 30 years. My families are Orbin, Collins, Tiller, Miles, Smith, Swallow, Hill, Schunk, Keown/Cowan/Cowen, 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 have been interested in my family for as long as can remember. The Titanic has always been a special interest of mine and as a child I discovered that my Grandma Mae and Grandpa Smith were alive when this happened all of a suddenly history became real and not a story so I started my family research. My Grandpa Smith wanted to know about his father's and mother's family so I began digging. The joy on my Grandpa's face when I found something new still keeps me looking after his death hoping to bring joy to someone else searching for family.
I do find a grave so family members can find each other. No one deserves to be forgotten.
Any photo I take of headstones can be used by anyone who is doing a family project.
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|Virginia Brown||Orbin Wrinker Hayse|
Thank you very much for the transfer of Orbin's memorial. Like you, I don't know how he got his name. His brother, Quincy, married Zeura Self, who also had a brother by the name of Orbin. I have always wondered about his name, too. It must have been a popular name back then. :-)
I sincerely appreciate the opportunity to add information to Orbin's memorial. You are tops!
|K. Stewart||Harriett Stewart Engle|
On Find A Grave Memorial# 128119085, for Harriett Engle Stewart, I need to submit a few corrections.
James Stewart and Mary Stewart, listed on the stone together, were man and wife. Mary's maiden name was Mary Catherine Walden.
Harriett Engle, also listed with James and Mary on the same stone, was James' sister. She was married to Henry Engle, thus her correct name should be Harriett Stewart Engle, not Harriett Engle Stewart. I don't know why Henry isn't buried there, as I don't know any more about their marriage, but I can surmise that perhaps he died elsewhere and she went to live with her brother and sister-in-law and was thus unable to be buried beside Henry.
If you could correct the name at the top of Harriett's memorial, I would be most appreciative.
With best regards,
(Harriett was my Half 2nd Great Aunt)
|Regonna M Philpot||RE: DelilaLee|
Is their a mIddle name? I cant locate Delilah Roberts.
|Connie Clark||RE: Elizabeth Higginson Conover|
Hi Penny, Wayne went out and found this . He also took a photo of Levi and Phoebe Conover, an unknown Conover, ossivky their child on same memorial, very hard to read. There is also a Higgison plot with Ledru, Mary Ellen and William J. I do not see memorials for them. If you would make those and request so we see them , I can add the photos tomorrow . Hope this helps .
Best Wishes, Wayne and Connie
|Norman Cross||Henry M. Smith and Chantal Barnes|
Henry Milton Smith married Mary Grable in 1909. Was he married before that? The reason for asking is that I found a marriage license for a Henry M. Smith marriage to Chantal Barnes 5 Jul 1906 in Macon, Mo. Chantal was the daughter of William H. Barnes and Ida Rosilla (Cooley) Barnes. She had a brother Harly Merle Barnes. Chantal married again to a Peter Hans 27 Nov 1917 in Ottumwa, Iowa.
|kay||Myron Edwards and Buela Edwards|
On Find A Grave Memorial# 77409904 and 77409876, you have listed these two as husband and wife - that does not seem possible since Myron's dates are 1892-1905 and Buela's dates are 1888-1892. I suspect that they were brother and sister, but cannot find a birth record for Buela.
I have also found other records that indicate Myron's death in the census records.
What do you think?
Thank you for your diligence to create these records for those of us doing research.
Added by kay on Sep 20, 2016 7:03 PM
Thank you Penny, for your quick edit for Zelpha PEEK Harrington Cooley !!
I believe there is a duplicate entry for Alice Harrington Cooley linked to her husband (Samuel American HARRINGTON): Zelpha Alice Harrington Find A Grave # 127016176 entered by Elizabeth Prince.
Zelpha Alice PEEK married Samuel American HARRINGTON 20 September 1908 in Macon, Missouri. They were the parents of eight children, "In later years she married Sidney COOLEY."
source: Bevier Celebrating 150 Sesquicentennial Remember When, Bevier, Missouri. Copyright 2009, Bevier Black Diamond Inc.(pages 177-178; submitted by Bonnie Harrington)
Perhaps there is a way to merge the information ??
|Heritage Seeker||Nellie Grable|
Your very welcome. No need to put me in the bio. I'm glad I found the memorial to put it with.
The information has been added. Thanks for sending it!
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