|cindy king||Eva May Young- White|
My Great Grandfather Edward Joseph White married a Eva Young in Wapello Iowa in 1884. She passed somewhere in Iowa, Perhaps Creston. I am trying to find her burial and when she died. She may of died in childbirth before 1891. Also looking for Edwards Parents. Emma Thompson and Jackson White's burial spots. They also were from Iowa, Red Oak and Villisca. They may of had a son named William also. Thank You.
|cindy king||RE: Edward Joesph White|
Yes, Edward White was married once before to Eva May Young in 1884 Wapello Iowa. They had a daughter Emma May In 1886. As far as any other children, I don't know. I was told that Eva died in 1890. Cant find her burial place. He married my Gr. Grandmother in 1891. The same year he was murdered.
|cindy king||AMBROSE WHITE|
Can you tell me anything about Ambrose White that is buried in Villisca Cemetery? Was he married before? He has a lot in common with the Gr. Gr. Grandfather I am searching for. Living in Tazewell Ill. New York. I'd appreciate whatever info you have available.
|cindy king||AMBROSE WHITE|
THE AMBROSE THAT IS BURIED IN VILLISCA. IS THERE A WAY TO SEE IF HE HAD BEEN MARRIED BEFORE, TO A EMMA THOMPSON? WILLIAM WHITE AND MY GR GRANDFATHER EDWARD JOSEPH HAVE ON THIER MARRIAGE LICENSE THAT AMBROSE WHITE AND EMMA THOMSON WERE THIER PARENT FROM VILISCA. PERHAPS EMMA DIED AND AMBROSE REMARRIED?
|cindy king||Edward Joseph White|
Found a brother to Edward. Born in Red Oak Iowa. William White. FINDAGRAVE# 6578562. Mentions parents Emma and Ambrose, both born in England. William was either born in 1861-68. Headstone has 68.
|cindy king||RE: EDWARD JOSEPH WHITE|
I have found my Gr. Grandfather in the 1885 census with his wife Eva White. Columbus Junction, Louisa, Iowa. Born 1862 age 23. Eva's 17. This is the year after they were married. Plus the marriage took place April 1 1884 Wapollo, Louisa, Iowa. It shows up on familysearch. It has his parents names as Emma Thompson and Jackson White. Eva's parents are John H. Young @ Mary Mcmannes. This is where I loose his parents. Were they living in Iowa? Where are they? When did EVA die? I cant find her. Her family has in their bible that she died in 1890.They did have 1 daughter Emma born 1n 1887. I found a Eva Young on findagrave at Glendale cemetery, but in 1902. Edward remarried at St. Joseph Mo. to my Gr. Grandmother in 1891. Have any clues?
|L.L.D.||RE: William Slack|
Not sure if I ever said thank you. So thank you!! Even if I am late!! Laura
Added by L.L.D. on Apr 24, 2015 2:12 PM
|Charlie Towne||Death date for Eliza J. McCulloch (Mem. No. 106310473)|
First, thanks for posting the obituaries for John and Eliza McCulloch. Stuff like that is really useful.
I've got a quick question. The caption for Eliza's obituary indicates it's from the 1 Apr 1907 issue of the Villisca Review. But her grave marker has a death date of 8 Apr 1907. Do you know which one is an error?
|cindy king||EDWARD JOSEPH WHITE|
I am really confused. I received the information from the St. Joseph Mo. Genealogy Society today. All the newspapers they had from the time my Great Grandfather died up to 2 weeks after. The papers mention his parents as Mr. and Mrs. John White of Villisca Iowa. His `MY GR GRANDFATHER'S` marriage license to my Gr Grandmother in 1891 at St. Joe said Ambrose White as father. Emma Thompson as mother. His marriage to Eva Young in 1884 In Iowa has his parents as Jackson White and Emma Thompson. I cannot find any of the above in the same household, except one census with Edward and Eva. THE ONLY THING I KNOW FOR CERTAIN EDWARD JOSEPH CHANGED HIS NAME TO JOSEPH EDWARD after he left Iowa. Making it even harder to search. I was hoping by ordering these papers would give me some answers, but they didn't. Have any ideals????
|cindy king||RE: Whites|
Was this Edward White married to Eva May Young? Did he leave Iowa after being accused of this crime? This is about the time my Edward White would of shown up at St.Joseph Mo. His parents names I think are Ambrose/Jackson White and Emma Thompson White. Is this the same man?
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