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David Sharp (#47530834)
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Bio Photo I have lived in the Clark and Sturgeon Mo. area all my life.. If any one out there is kin to Aaron Kimbrough, drop me an e-mail. He was my 4 great grandfather. All the rest of the family is buried in the area at Clark and Moberly.
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Kathy
RE: Ezekiel Joseph Wilson
As far as I know, none of our original Wilsons were in PA, although some moved there in later years. But, there may be sibling(s) of our immigrant ancestor who we don't know about. The only sibling we know of, a sister, Henrietta, was born in Scotland. We don't know what happened to her, but she would most likely have had a married surname if she came to America. We haven't been able to follow the line in Scotland very far yet.

Take care.

Kathy
Added by Kathy on Jan 22, 2017 10:32 AM
Kathy
RE: Ezekiel Joseph Wilson
Hi, David,

Don't think so. By his birth date, Ezekiel was the right age to be the son of my Alexander Wilson, our immigrant ancestor, except Alexander died in 1771. There are a couple genealogical/historical books that attribute a son Ebenezer to Alexander, but there is no evidence for this. Alexander named his wife and two children, Alexander and Jane, in his will.

That said, there is a family tradition that Alexander came to America to claim the goods of a deceased brother. We have no evidence for the existence of this brother, who would most likely have been in New York City around the 1760 time period. Alexander's first child was born in NYC in 1764.

Do you know where your Wilsons are from? Mine were from Scotland.

Take care.

Kathy
Added by Kathy on Jan 21, 2017 3:08 PM
Kathy
RE: Ezekiel Joseph Wilson
Sorry for the delay in responding, David.

Just making sure we are talking about the same Ezekiel - does he have memorial # 12304957?

I don't know of any Ezekiels in my Wilson line, which comes from Scotland. If the memorial above is for your ancestor, it appears likely he is from Ireland. So, although it's not impossible, because I'm still researching our Scottish ancestors, I would think it was unlikely.

If that memorial is not for your ancestor, I still don't know of any Ezekiels.

Some of my family did move to southwest MO, but there was another Wilson family there as well - the family after whom Wilson Creek is named is not my line.

If I missed something, let me know.

Take care.

Kathy
Added by Kathy on Jan 15, 2017 10:15 PM
Marty
RE: Eleanor Roegge
Thank you for the photo for John Roegge, I would think their family would have a grave marker for both of them. The family goes to the same Church I do here in Mexico, MO.. I appreciate you checking when the snow melts and weather warms up.
Thanks,
Marty
Mexico, MO
Added by Marty on Jan 07, 2017 12:42 PM
Buddy Leech
RE: Sturgeon
Don and Carol are fine people. I met them for the first time a week ago Friday even though I've been hearing of them for decades. Next time you see them, let them know we have "met" through Find A Grave. BTW, you created a memorial for my Aunt Helen Robb Brown Mutti (# 145822795) in Walnut Grove Cemetery (Paris, MO). Her husband, Glen S. Mutti, was my uncle and brother to my mother. Whomever T.V.F.T.H. is created that Memorial.
Thanks, Buddy Leech
Added by Buddy Leech on Oct 23, 2016 10:43 PM
Buddy Leech
Sturgeon
Great that you know my sister and brother-in-law, but how about Donald Winn?
Added by Buddy Leech on Oct 20, 2016 2:16 PM
Buddy Leech
RE: Neva Belcher
I trust you will mention our chance encounter on Find A Grave next time you see one or both of them. Buddy
Added by Buddy Leech on Oct 09, 2016 8:54 AM
Virginia Brown
RE: Mayes photo's
David & Susan,
I sincerely appreciate your time and efforts! You did a wonderful job, & using chalk is just fine. I'd sure rather have that than photos of two unreadable tombstones.

Thanks once again for "all" you have done. The same wishes back at you two. Virginia


Added by Virginia Brown on Jul 15, 2016 7:22 AM
carol
Darwent graves Rookwood
Hi have you looked at this site , there are some photos of the headstones you are after

regards

Cass

http://www.heavenaddress.com/restingplace/catholicrookwood/elsie-lottie-darwent/228365
Added by carol on May 14, 2016 11:47 PM
Anna Jaech
Bassetts
I'll remember your name a long time, for unveiling the big mystery - 2 actually. I'm grateful for the transfers!
Annie
Added by Anna Jaech on Apr 23, 2016 10:26 AM
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