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Anna Jaech (#47861515)
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Tim Crutchfield
RE: German Evangelical Church
It's off of Dutchtown Rd just outside of Dutchtown, but the signs have been removed. It's easier for me to show you where it is than to tell you.
Added by Tim Crutchfield on Jul 20, 2015 2:43 PM
Teri-Sue Young-Thompson
Re William Hamilton McAfee Transfer
Ohhh, Anna! It is now I who am touched by your kindness and thoughtfulness. What a beautiful gift you are giving me. I couldn't be more pleased.

It took years of diligent research for me to finally connect my GGGrandfather, Samuel L McAfee, to his parents, William Hamilton and Indiana McAfee and their heritage. After his mother's death in 1846, Samuel (born in 1834) was sent or brought to Callaway County, Missouri to live with his married aunt, Mary McClung (McAfee) Bennett and her growing family. Samuel remained in the same general area in Missouri, marrying a young woman who lived close by and having six children. He was a Captain in the Missouri State Guard during the Civil War, serving as Commissary Officer ... a big change from his regular work in farming and carpentry. Sadly, he missed seeing all his children mature, as he died in 1876, leaving his wife to carry on, as many women in those post-war days were left to handle the ongoing family responsibilities in the absence of their husbands. Yes, indeed. The McAfee Family is one I embrace with pride and joy ... now that I've found them!

Thank you, thank you, thank you, Anna, from the bottom of my heart!!!

Most sincerely,

Teri-Sue :-)
Added by Teri-Sue Young-Thompson on Jun 12, 2015 9:30 PM
RE: Andrew O. Cunningham
Done, glad to do it. John in Missouri
Added by JMW on May 30, 2015 2:24 PM
Lilly Martin
Find A Grave Memorial# 55088992
Concerning your ancestor Mary Ann Swindle, who married Stephens. Her father Joseph Swindle was the brother of my ancestor. Joseph Swindle actually raised my own ancestor Nancy W. Swindle after her mother died in Ashe Co NC. Joseph Swindle was from a GERMAN community in central Virginia. His father was Rev War Vet who died in KY. Joseph's wife Mary Ann Brown came from a very old family line of Virginia, which I also have researched. I found her ancestry by chance actually. You can email me direct and I can send you a SWINDLE report as well as the BROWN report. My email address is listed on findagrave. The name is SWINDLE, however in Missouri they spelled it as Swindell. Best regards, Lilly Martin
Added by Lilly Martin on Apr 28, 2015 8:26 AM
Dr. Charles Robert (Bob) Campbell
RE: Laura Holt Staggs
Hi Annie, I was not aware that we had duplicate memorials. Thanks for the reply. My records indicate that Laura married Charles Staggs in 1898. She is listed as his wife in the 1910 federal census. While I have not found any divorce record it appears that she divorced Holt some time after 1900 and married Staggs sometime after.

You did not mention your relationship to Laura, certainly if it is closer than mine, great grand aunt by marriage I will be happy to remove my record. Which ever of us does it the other should make sure that bio info is included from the other in the remaining record.

best regards,

Added by Dr. Charles Robert (Bob) ... on Feb 28, 2015 10:06 AM
Jennifer Gallo
RE: John Peters
Sorry for such a delayed response, his daughter Clara K Peters Painter (1870 - 1902) is my second great grandmother on my paternal side. Unfortunately I really do not know anything about the family other than what my research has turned up. I do not have photos of anyone but my grandparents, not even any of my great grandparents. I would love to see the photos you have, if possible and I will gladly compare what little notes I have with you if you would like.
Added by Jennifer Gallo on Dec 27, 2014 10:42 AM
Lucy Haydon Peyton
If you are family to her, why don't you receive the transfer. She will be with her other siblings in one place and I'll have Lucetta Jane Haydon Cantrell, our GGGrandmother. If at some point you decide different, I'll be glad to take any you transfer over. Let me know and thank you.
Added by Cindy on Sep 12, 2014 10:35 AM
Bob Collins
RE: Rose E O Ross
The photo from 1925 (I think closer to 1900) is indeed a photo of the Ross lot (3777) from across the neighboring Leland lot. I went out to the cemetery today and made a new photo from the same angle. I have made 2 annotated PDFs I'd like to send to you. Email?
Added by Bob Collins on Aug 29, 2014 5:51 PM
Susan Aduddell
RE: Osborn update
Thanks for adding her information. She is my gggg gm.
Added by Susan Aduddell on Aug 04, 2014 4:14 PM
Karl Hamlin
RE: Eusebus Hubbard
Done, as requested.
Please let me know if you ever find out who his mother was.
Added by Karl Hamlin on Aug 04, 2014 3:02 PM
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