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Bette Locke (#46821513)
 member for 9 years, 4 months, 5 days
personna
Henry Hamilton - # 40519158
Hi Betty - Yes, Nancy Eleanor Crow is his mother. I'm working my way through the children of Henry Dodge Crow Sr. (only 13 of them!) and ran out gas before sending the edit. Five more of Nancy's children to go, then back to her siblings. As always, I'm grateful for your help. ~ Nancy

Added by personna on Apr 17, 2015 12:00 PM

Rochelle Horney
RE: Sarah and John Applegate
Hi Bette! I just went on ancestry.com. I thought I did see someone on there. I found his family tree and he is Josephcarter2006 and that is also the name of that family tree. I sent him a message to let him know that he is wrong and Sarah only had one marriage and that was to John. Thanks for pointing that out. Take care, Rochelle

Added by Rochelle Horney on Mar 24, 2014 11:06 AM

Marsha Hopkins
RE: Margaret Ann (Medlock) Hicks
Me too! I have a picture of Margaret, Martin, Nancy and several of the children and grandchildren. Do you have one? If not I can send it to you. I think they could be found but it would take alot of hours going through old probate records at the Douglas County Courthouse! I just know they are buried at New Hope. My grandpa was Kelly Medlock, son of Thomas and Cynthia. He always said his grandpa and grandma were buried there at New Hope. And like I said the farm was just up the creek from the cemetery. We will find them one day!

Added by Marsha Hopkins on Feb 09, 2011 3:26 PM

Marsha Hopkins
RE: Margaret Ann (Medlock) Hicks
Hi Betty! I am still looking too! Sorry it took me a year to answer this email. I guess I didn't see it! So sorry. I don't know for sure where Margaret Arthur Matlock/Medlock or Martin and Nancy are buried. I think they are probably buried at New Hope Cemetery in Douglas County MO. That is where many of Martin & Nancy's children are buried. The farm they homesteaded is less than a mile away from the cemetery. I am still looking for that piece of information that tells me for sure they are there!

Added by Marsha Hopkins on Feb 09, 2011 10:55 AM

 
 

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