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|Nina Beeson (#47428218)|
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|I have been doing family research since the mid 1970's and have been able to gather a good sized collection of family information working along with cousins as well as my own personal research. I grew up in Harrison County, Missouri and have many family connections in Harrison and Mercer counties, as well as central/southern Iowa.|
Paternal lines: Beeson/Lilly/Parrish/Briant
Maternal lines: Banks/Dinsmore/Bradley/Freeze
Email message or public messages are most welcome.
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|Donna Spears||RE: William Dee Jeffers memorial ..|
Death Certificates are notoriously incorrect. It is amazing to me that the deceased's children acting as informants know so little about their parents and grandparents.
No relationship. Just working others in this cemetery.
|KRORWOMDO||RE: Malcolm memorial transfer.|
Thank you! I had just observed that you grew up in Harrison County and that is the area we grew up as well 😀
Benjamin is my 2nd Great-Grandfather and this is some of the info I have found.
Benjman deserted his wife and children in April 1846.He was charged for murder. He killed James Kirk in Princeton,Mo. He was caught, but then he escaped and never recaptured, but was seen afterwards in Indiana.
Added by Jack on Feb 09, 2017 2:23 PM
|Kyle Bridgman||Lisa Family|
Hi. I saw you had created a memorial for Lillian (Lisa) Constable and Bessie (Lisa) Harrold. I wondered if you were doing research on them. I have a postcard written from one to the other.
|grammy||RE: Transfer memorial infant Campbell|
I enjoy helping people make connections. They recently obtained a historical marker for the Bethel Cemetery. It is very well kept.
Added by grammy on Aug 31, 2016 1:44 PM
|Sexton Family Seeker||RE: Harve W. Sparks memorial|
Thanks for double checking and verifying what I was seeing. I know I have had quite a few sites transferred to me. Normally I am adding just the name, dates of birth, etc. If there are notes, I just leave them until I can really sit down and do some research. Other times people notify me with the need for a correction. It is easy to get things mixed up.
Also, you can remove these public messages when they are no longer needed. I had a ton of correspondence that I took care of or got answered that just was not needed anymore, so I deleted.
Right now I will be working on the Sparks Family adding them into my family tree. I also have a cousin in the tree, who is working on the same group of family. I see he has added family and information, linking family members, adding pictures, etc. It has been fun to find another family member who loves to do the same thing. We have traded information back and forth. Too, bad we do not live in the same part of the country, I am on the West Coast and he is on the East Coast.
Thanks again for your help, I will probably be working with you again.
Sexton Family Seeker
|Rita Collvins Mayfield||Wm and Mary Ball|
You're welcome. I transferred the 3 children Lillie, Ruth and Wm Jr to you. Keeping the family together as I am unrelated.
|KiowaGal||Squires in Odessa Cemetery|
I have transferred the Smiths in Sentinel to you. The Gotebo and Odessa Cemeteries have my family in them and am working on a project that includes them. If you want to add information for the Squires, I will be glad to accept it or you can use the Edit function.
Added by KiowaGal on Apr 27, 2016 10:51 AM
|Kim Poyner Woodhouse||Grace Smith White|
Oklahoman, Sunday, January 06, 1980
Grace, Age 75. Died January 5 in OKC. Services 10 A.M. Monday at Chapel of the Roses. Burial Resthaven Cemetery. Directed for Vondel L. Smith & Sons Mortuary.
|Kim Poyner Woodhouse||Bonnie Weed|
No problem! I found an obituary for Sallie Smith. Maybe you could add it to the memorial?
Oklahoman, Friday, January 12, 1973
Death Claims Sallie Smith; Services Set
Mrs. Sallie J. Smith, 87, of 1126 SW 41, died Thursday at a local nursing home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Little Chapel of the Roses at Resthaven Cemetery directed by Vondel L. Smith Mortuary.
Mrs. Smith, a native of Mountain Home, Ark., came to Oklahoma City in 1922. She was a member of the Church of Christ.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Ed Weed and Mrs. Grace White, both of the home.
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