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M McNamee (#47461035)
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Barbara Richards
Job/Hannah McNemee Additional Information
There are additional children not named:
1. Catherine - born March 8 1836, Ray County, MO; died 21 Oct 1836, Ray County, MO

2. Emaline - born 25 Dec 1844, St. Joseph, Buchanan, MO; died 16 Sep 1845, "Meek Cutoff," Oregon Trail; carried her body for 3 days until they could find a safe place to bury her.

3. Moses Dimit - born 11 Oct 1839, St. Joseph, Buchanan, MO; died 21 Apr 1905, McNamee Road, Multnomah, OR; buried on home farm (only grave-now private land). Moses' wife, Elizabeth Slavin, Find A Grave Memorial# 43575709; married 1868

4. Infant Daughter - born 11 Jul 1852, Portland, Washington, Oregon Territory; died 13 Aug 1852, Portland, Washington, Oregon Territory.

I assume that the infant daughter is buried with the other children at Lone she was not named, but also not on the tombstone
Added by Barbara Richards on Aug 08, 2017 2:53 PM
Carla Nash
Hugh McNamee
Would you share where Hugh Newa McNamee is buried. I have searched for information for him for several years, but have never found a lot about him, and certainly not the location of his death and burial.
The McNamee/Baker are both lines I research. They eventually tied to my DeLong line. Hugh was my 4th great grandfather.

I would appreciate learning more about Hugh and his family.

Carla Nash
Added by Carla Nash on May 08, 2017 11:58 AM
Bonnie Morris Conrad
RE: McNamee
well I found and visited the exact spot where Hugh Newa McNamee our Patriot was reburied after being moved. I felt better knowing where he is but sad they did not move a stone or marker with all the graves they moved. I did get a list from them of the graves they knew were moved and posted them all but his grave was not listed among them. I'm finding so many moved and destroyed gravesites in my work it makes me sad that we can't do a better job of keeping the memory of our ancestors, pioneers and patriots. That's my rant for the evening. LOL Glad to hear you are fine. Take care cousin.
Added by Bonnie Morris Conrad on Oct 26, 2016 10:15 PM
Bonnie Morris Conrad
Just checking on you cousin. It's been a while since I've seen you active. How are you doing?
Added by Bonnie Morris Conrad on Oct 25, 2016 9:16 PM
Steve Bailey
My great great grandmother, Lydia Spar Henderson, was niece to James Henderson Jr. Can you identify her sisters in the tintypes I have posted on ? Thanks, Steve Bailey
Added by Steve Bailey on Oct 05, 2016 6:36 AM
Andy Gappa
RE: McNamee transfers
No problem. I photographed everyone listed on that tombstone and found there are two Hawkes and two Hicks. If you know how they are related, I'll link them together. The photo taken from the front shows a small white tombstone on the right. It looks like a child's as there is a lamb on it. However, the writing is completely worn off so there is no name. If Nell Hawkes (who died in 1884) was a child, it might be her marker. I'd like to hear what you think.
Andy Gappa
Added by Andy Gappa on Nov 13, 2015 8:19 PM
Bonnie Morris Conrad
RE: Hugh McNamee
Hello again,

I'm trying to get all other things ready to start my input for find a grave. I spent a lot of time in Rose Hill and the Church that moved the graves. I have some new info that I'm in the process of proving. I will let you know. Please remind me if I forget.
Added by Bonnie Morris Conrad on Jul 05, 2015 4:30 PM
Bonnie Morris Conrad
Hugh McNamee
Our Patriot. I visited both the St. John's cemetery and what a story. I also visited the Cemetery where they moved the graves in 1896 and got the only record of moved graves that exists. Now I'm really concerned about his burial place. I took GPS numbers and I have to put it all together and then I will let you know what my diagnosis is of the information I was able to collect. I was also able to get a contact that cares for the original cemetery. What a mess it all is.
Added by Bonnie Morris Conrad on Jul 04, 2015 12:32 PM
Bonnie Morris Conrad
McNamee Cem Fairfield Co, OH

I just returned from a trip to Ohio for the funeral of my husband's Aunt. We ran over to Fairfield and checked McNamee cemetery and to my
Shock McNamee was really a mess and our 3rd great grandmother's stone has been broken. Do you know of anyone in that area we could get to fix it?
Added by Bonnie Morris Conrad on Feb 12, 2015 12:40 PM
Bonnie Morris Conrad
Morris 74050979
I noticed a conversation about taking out one picture to add another which was better? He added a picture of part of the stone and if that's what he wanted then it is correct. Your picture of the entire stone is more correct and both on the site are a good thing. To delete a photo the owner of the posted page must do that and if he doesn't know how then click on the picture and you will see change order and at the top he has the option to delete the high lighted picture.
Added by Bonnie Morris Conrad on Oct 03, 2013 12:35 PM
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