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Nancy Jane Walker Enyart
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Birth: Dec. 11, 1831
Howard County
Missouri, USA
Death: Oct. 20, 1915
Sturgeon
Boone County
Missouri, USA

Nancy Jane (Walker) McBride, daughter of Johnson "Jesse" and Sophia (Winscott) Walker, was the wife of Joel Hayden McBride. Joel and Nancy were the parents of Frances Ann McBride who married William Silas Roberts, son of David Anderson and Parthena Jane (Gallop) Roberts.

Obituary: Friday, 29 Oct 1915--MRS. NANCY JANE ENYART--Nancy Jane Enyart, brief mention of whose death was made in our last issue, was born in Howard county on December 11, 1831, and died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Francis Roberts, in Sturgeon, on October 20, 1915. She was united in marriage to Joel H. McBride in August, 1847. They were the parents of seven children, five of whom survive, viz: J. W. and J. B. McBride of Tulsa, Ok; D. L. McBride, Centralia, B. F. McBride of near Harrisburg, and Mrs. Francis Roberts of Sturgeon. She was married a second time, in 1880, to Eben Enyart, who died several years ago. Besides her children, she leaves two sisters, Mrs. Eliza Reynolds of this place and Mrs. Kitty Andrews of Texas, and one brother, Isaac Walker of this place. Interment was made at New Hope, Howard county.

 (bio by: Donald Roberts) 
 
Note: Daughter of Johnson Walker and Sophia Wainscott, twin of Eliza Jane Walker, married to Joel Hayden McBride and 2nd to Ebenezer Best Enyart
 
Burial:
New Hope Cemetery
Burton
Howard County
Missouri, USA
 
Created by: Linda Manning
Record added: Aug 13, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11527752
Nancy Jane <i>Walker</i> Enyart
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You are loved and remembered, GGG Aunt Nancy.
- Linda Manning
 Added: Oct. 7, 2005
 
 
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