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|JanM||RE: Marie Raddatz|
Added by JanM on Jul 15, 2017 11:16 AM
|Stephen Cantrell||Ada Viola Coryell #125086770|
Ada's memorial is managed by Dan Ryan, you'll need to send the request to him, preferably through the Edit tabs.
Thanks, have a great day!
|Dan Ryan||RE: Thanks!|
You are welcome, glad I could help.
Added by Dan Ryan on Aug 28, 2016 8:37 AM
|Dan Ryan||RE: Coryell photo|
You are welcome, glad I could help.
Added by Dan Ryan on May 31, 2016 8:04 AM
|LEONADA9||RE: Fanny Ford Mitchell|
Hello... I'm sorry for the extended delay in replying to your inquiry. Although I have no ironclad proof of the family relationships there is significant circumstantial evidence to back up my grandmother Ora's assertion.
On the 1860 US Census Robert Ford is listed as living with Richard and Eliza (Ford) Stear. Their farm was adjacent to that of William and Fanny (Ford) Mitchell.
More compelling though is that they are all buried at Christ Church Limestone along with Robert's sons James and John. There are many other Fords in Peoria County, but these are the only ones buried at Christ Church.
I have also found nothing suggesting anything contrary to this premise. Definitive proof will likely come when I get around to researching the baptismal records from England.
Again, sorry for keeping you waiting so long. I'll let you know when I find out more.
Added by LEONADA9 on Apr 20, 2015 7:39 PM
|Dan Ryan||RE: St Mary's|
You're welcome MJ, glad I could help.
Added by Dan Ryan on Nov 01, 2014 8:04 PM
|Vern-O||RE: Brown family|
You are very welcome...glad to be of help! I love being able to help people on this site in their family history research!!!
Added by Vern-O on Jun 29, 2014 11:39 AM
|robin hixon||Rev John Wesley Buckner|
did you receive any info on this memorial? i can check the bourbon co genealogy records, they have most of the crawford county records. death cert should be available from funeral home records - at least that is true in allen and bourbon counties. not certified but a free copy. and probate records, if any, should be availble at the courthouse. missouri death records are online, kansas is not. and missour death certs are online. so you could search to rule or confirm missouri death.
pre 1910 missouri records link: http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/birthdeath/default.asp
death certs online only begins 1910: http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/
|Bill Baumbach||RE: Date of Death|
Sorry for the mistake. It is 1933
|So Little Time||RE: McPakes|
My Owen McPake & his wife Mary had 8 children but only 3 lived to adulthood. Only 1 girl (died young) and the rest were boys. Mary died in 1904 with 3 young boys who were sent to an orphanage for boys. According to records I've found, Owen could not provide for them. These boys were 2nd cousins of my maternal grandmother. Joseph McPeck was my Godfather, served in WW I and is buried at Mays Landing, NJ.
The boys all were glass blowers, many of the Irish on this side were in the same trade. All 3 boys never married. Eugene (Gene) lived in Phila & also in Millville NJ. He may have had a child in Phila before moving out of state according to the senior members of my family. I have never found any evidence of this, yet. Alex and Joe had no children.
The father of Owen, Henry McPake, lived on Naudain St for years with his 2 daughters who also did not marry. Joe McPeck often talked of visiting this house as a child. Owen did go back to live there after the boys were sent away. This family had no money and I'm sure they were renting homes all their lives.
Joe did run away from St John's orphanage & never returned according to their records I obtained more than 20 years ago. He went to live with my grandmother & her family, I guess they were the only ones who took him in. Later in life he worked as an electrician in a hospital in Phila. He never talked about his childhood. He looked like Fred Astaire. He could have been his double. I wish I knew more about this family and how long they have been in the Phila area. No idea beyond Henry.
I did look for more McPake's today and entered a few more memorials. I will add more as I come across them.
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