|Death: ||Jul. 23, 1870|
m: Charles T. Collins, Jan 6 1868.
Bio of Emma's husband:
COLLINS, Charles T.
1883 History of Henry County Missouri, National Historical Co pg 353
Charles T. Collins was born in Fayette, Howard County, Missouri, February 22, 1833, and reared there until seventeen years of age. During three and a half years of this time he was a student in Central College, Fayette. He then removed to Clinton and commenced clerking in a mercantile house and pursued this avocation until the outbreak of the war, when he enlisted in a company of Missouri State Guards commanded by Captain Owens, but on account of disability he served only a short period. In the autumn of 1862, he went to Macon City, Missouri, residing there until July, 1864; then to Clay County, Illinois, where he lived one year and then returned to Clinton and resumed his former business of salesman with different firms until 1872, when he entered the law office of Fyke & Ladue. After applying himself assiduously for three years he entered into partnership with Mr. Fyke. He is a safe, reliable and successful attorney, and the firm of Fyke & Collins has a reputation not bounded by county limits. Mr. Collins was married January 6, 1868, to Miss Emma Moore, who died July 23, 1870. He was again married May 24, 1876, to Mrs. Mollie Bradley, whose maiden name was Skinner. They have two children: Edna E. and Birdie S. (bio from Henry Co. website, used with permission.)
Oak Grove Cemetery
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Record added: Jul 21, 2011
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