|Barbara Ann (#47460990)|
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Just because you can add a death certificate to a memorial page, does not mean that you should.|
When leaving a virtual flower, please do not leave any on my pages that MOVE AROUND. I feel that they detract from the person's memorial page and draw the attention to YOU.
If I am not related or have any special relationship with the loved one, then I will transfer.I especially am grateful for those folks who are the photo volunteers.
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|sharon howell||MO Archives|
Yes it was very nice meeting and talking to you on Friday. Hope to see you or talk to before next year.
|Carolyn Boroughf||Edward Renfro headstone picture|
I really appreciate you photographing Edward Renfro's headstone and posting it on his memorial.
I have changed the bio.
Would you know where his parents are buried?? I found out that Nevra divorced Oliver in Franklin County in 1936. Did she remarry?
Are there more Renfro's buried at Useful than are on Find-A-Grave?
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|Kathie||RE: August Roth|
I Do have other Roth's just let me know which ones that you want.
Added by Kathie on Mar 28, 2017 7:59 PM
|history detective||RE: Henry Boedefeld 1874-1943|
Hello Barbara Ann,
Thank you for searching for the connection. I've not been able to work on this for a while due to family matters, but will certainly look at the listing you gave me.
|Love My Ancestors||Roth's|
I have been researching my husbands line for 45 years. Anna Mary Roth Porter is his 1st great grandmother. He passed away in 2000 but I still am doing it. I went to the Mt. View Cemetery and just took pictures in 2013-2014 of all of the headstones. I don't believe that I have ever came across that name before, and it's just by chance that I took that pic and you have the letter. Sorry I don't know.
|Travis Franklin||Louis Roth|
Hello there I received your request. I will transfer to you he was a very close friend to my dad and my family in the Boy Scouts. I hope you will keep his memorial the same and add his relatives. Thank you
|Clifford Ocheltree||RE: Manless-this is the email I sent to you|
Don't recall getting one. Ellie is descended from Manless oldest sister and during the 70s she and I corresponded often (no, not Pony Express) and have kept in touch until a few years back. She had done a massive amount of work on the family in MO.
|Clifford Ocheltree||Manless Pt.2|
To expand a bit on the slave distribution. One of my regular correspondents is a descendant of that family. 1838 is the year they first pop up in MO.
In deference to your concerns I'm going to draft a short comment to add to the notes section. Will send a draft to you first for a review.
Have you been in contact with Ellie? I don't recall her thinking on this subject and haven't written to her in some time.
|Clifford Ocheltree||Manless (Manuel) Dyson|
Based on the available secondary sources Manless' birthplace is unclear. Some census records give NC and some MO. His death certificate gives Franklin Co, which is more likely if he was born in MO. Maries Co would be out as it wasn't formed until several years after his birth. I've based my thinking on a preponderance of material but a few things stand out. The distribution of the slaves from Barton Dyson's estate took place in Sept 1836 and it clear that William was present. (Among other things the slaves went to MO with the family.) In addition there is a reference in Absalom's papers to Manless 'going home' to NC in 1862 or 1863 (I don't have my copies at hand.) Finally I'm also compelled to go with the information given to me by my grandmother (Frank's daughter), her sister Mary and brother Everett. Manless lived with them most of their lives until his death. They would all have known him while they were in their teens and they all stated (without prompting or being questioned together) that he was the 'last one' born in NC. All my opinion but, I believe, supportable. Look forward to hearing your thoughts. Cliff
|Werner Howald||Eve Dunnavant|
Hi Barbara, but am not related either. Am doing this for someone else. This all started by me. All because of two twin Bowles boys that died in the 1870's in Cambria, California. Then a lady that was related had notified me regarding these two boys, so I just decided to link them as far as I can take them. So once am done, that we'll be it . I really appreciate you asking me, thanks anyway.
Have fun hunting, Werner
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