|Penny Neeson (#47535929)|
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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.|
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|Janice Tomaschefsky||Rachel Skinner|
Rachel Skinner # 104108958 b 1781 d 1876, I believe you have her linked to the wrong husband. Her husband is Nathaniel Rush b 1777 d 1820 Perry cty, Ohio.
Added by PShannon on Oct 15, 2014 5:32 PM
|Sharon Leon||RE: Isiah Skinner|
Ephraims's sister m. a Walters. Sometimes Walters mistakenly ended up as Waters on old records.
|Sharon Leon||RE: Isiah Skinner|
When I can, I'll go back to Ancestry.com and try to find what I was seeing. It was a census for the family of one of Ephraim's sons or grandsons in MO. He was referred to as Uncle Isiah Skinner in the census.
|Virginia Brown||Mary Shaw|
"Ditto" for Mary.
|Virginia Brown||Joseph Shaw|
Thanks for your information, which has been added to Joseph's memorial giving you credit.
|Linda Kinworthy||RE: David Morris|
David Morris is my great uncle and yes Molly is next to him. The sad thing is she has no head stone. Makes me sad every time I think about it. Uncle Dave only has the name plate the military gave him. Sorry I didn't respond sooner but I don't check my email too often. Guess I should do that more often. I know very little of Mollys family I know I've heard things but for me to remember is just not happening lol If u have any questions write back I'll try checking more often. :)
|Tracy ||Headstone Photos|
Penny: Thank you so much for posting the
headstone photos of James and Andrew Elliott.
Added by Tracy on Sep 21, 2014 12:11 AM
|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
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