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I am from Dunklin County, Missouri, and have spent most of my life in NE Arkansas SE Missouri area. In fact, one branch of my family has been in Dunklin County since 1838. That was BEFORE there was a Dunklin County! I am primarily interested in Evans, Roden, McClain, and Waddell families, and a few others that have a significant link to these. I hope that someday soon I will be on my home turf again. You just cannot beat those Swamp Rats of southern Missouri!|
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|Sullivan Thomson||Ina T Gabler|
Hello Tom, I am a great-niece to Ina Taylor Gabler. I was wondering where you got your information about her first husband being a Taylor. I don't believe that is correct information, but wanted to chat with you before I would make an edit. Thanks. Donna Sullivan-Thomson
|Jerry Dame||William "Billy" Dame|
I typed in wrong email address previous message, It is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jerry Dame||William "Billy" Dame|
Hello Tom, my name is Jerry Dame and I live in Southern Illinois. I found William "Billy" Dame in the Sumach Cemetery in Mo. My great grandfather Francis "Frank" Marion Dame was a brother to Billy Dame. They had another brother James Albert and a sister Nancy Dame - Turner. I am looking for records on their father and mother John & Clarenda Jane. I have traced John through census records to 1865 when he lived in Greenwood County Kansas. I have not found any trace of him since that time. I do have a death date of 1890 for both John and Clarenda but cannot verify it or do I have a location of death. Tradition in our family is that they died and were buried in SE Missouri but again I cannot verify.
If anyone has any information on them I would appreciate having it. My email is jerrydame752gmail.com
Thanks for uploading the picture of Mary Lee. I am interested in where/when it was taken if you have that information.
I am Mary Lee's son Larry. That is one of the youngest pictures of Mother that I have seen so is very interesting to me.
Also interested in your information and how you came across Mother's listing.
Added by LarryW on Nov 07, 2015 5:04 PM
I think we might be related :) You can email me at email@example.com
Added by michele on Oct 28, 2015 10:08 AM
|Sonja Krisell||Christine Moyer|
You let a flower/note on Christine's memorial 3143620153.
This is a duplicate of Christine Moyer #143572003.
I've asked that the duplicate be removed, which will remove you flower, so you may want to go and leave it on the one that will be staying.
|jojo||Fairview cemetery, Puxico, Missouri|
Is there anyway I could request a particular headstone being photographed at Fairview, Puxico?
I've just found out that Emma Johnson, b. 24 Oct. 1884 to William and Sarah F. Johnson was buried with the name Dora Elizabeth, (died on 8 Dec. 1899) at Fairview, where her some of her Green cousins (her mother's sister was Drucilla Law Green)were interred. Seems her recorded birth record name was changed after they returned the form.
Thanks for anything anyone knows!
Added by jojo on Jul 17, 2015 9:12 PM
|Jacque Gray||RE: Reverend Douglas Pirtle|
You're welcome. Glad to be able to add information. Jacque G.
|Ronald Steward||RE: Otis Robinson 31965318|
This is Otis second wife, Bertha (Ham) Robinson. I could be wrong but I am pretty sure the girls are, Mary Ellen (Green) Boner and Fern (Green) Long. This is Bertha's second husband. She was married to a man by the name Green.
|Nancy||Lemonds, George C.|
Tom in Memphis
Sorry I'm not sure. I do have a poor picture of his stone and an article written about. Would be glad to send to you if I had a private email address. Please let me know if you would like the article, it states Sumach, but that could also be wrong. The picture is very poor quality.
Added by Nancy on Apr 22, 2015 7:05 PM
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