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Larry and Jane (#46859165)
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Lora
RE: Lora L Austin 24796516
I was wondering where you obtained the Bio information of the page of Lora L Austin #24796516? She was my grandmother. I have the typed genealogy from my father and other relatives and your information is not there.
Sincerely,
Lora L. Austin

Added by Lora on Jun 01, 2011 1:21 PM

Deebie
RE: William Hickman Boston Sr.
If only I had more information to give. If I lived in the area I would look through old newspaper microfiche to see what might have happened to this cemetery. Were they moved to another cemetery? If only someone could dig around.

Added by Deebie on May 24, 2011 7:46 PM

Peggy Dochterman
Marietta Hyde
Please post my great grandmothers obit.

Marietta Hyde, 83, Died Monday at her Home
Mrs. Marietta Hoskins Hyde, 83, died Monday, September 26, at 11:45 at her home south of Milton, where she was living with her son, Dick Hyde.
Funeral services were held at the Milton Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon, September 28, at 2 p.m., conducted by the minister of the church. Burial was in the Brock Cemetery.
She was the daughter of Clark and Mary Hoskins and was born in Scotland County in January 1872. Mrs. Hyde spent all her life in Scotland County until they moved several years ago to her home near Milton.
She was married to Edward H. Hyde, who preceded her in death a few years ago. Survivors are the nine children, five girls, Mrs. Esther Mustoe, Memphis; Mrs. Zoe Merton, Ft. Madison; Mrs. Frankie Cochran, Ottumwa, Iowa; Mrs. Josephine Michalski, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mrs. Phoebe Sanford, Cedar Rapids; four boys, Lee Hyde of Milton; Merritt Hyde and Glen Hyde of Memphis; and Dick Hyde of the home. She has several grandchildren, one brother Robert Hoskins of Milton and other relatives.
Memphis Reveille - September 26, 1955 edition

Added by Peggy Dochterman on Feb 05, 2011 6:30 AM

Mariah, Joe & Connie
RE: Transfer Request-Evergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs
Hi there!
Sure thing - sorry it took so long to get these to you.

Kind Regards,
Mariah

Added by Mariah, Joe & Connie on Mar 14, 2010 8:07 PM

Pat Ellingson
Ada Monticue
Thank you so much for the transfer. I really appreciate it and already have put on her obituary. I love your photo of the grave. You did an excellent job.

Added by Pat Ellingson on Jan 12, 2010 10:26 AM

Jerry C. Goldsmith
William K Elliff
Would you please transfer family members William K Elliff, #15484826 and Mary S Hyde Elliff #15484842, to my care for an update of their memorial. My # is 47082379. Thank you.

Added by Jerry C. Goldsmith on Jan 07, 2010 1:06 PM

Deebie
RE: William Thurber link to father
Deebie (#46932951)
yes this is family and I would love to manage the thurbers.

Added by Deebie on Dec 11, 2009 12:43 PM

Juanita Sloan Lowrance
Bobby Lee Nicoli
Bobby Lee Nicoli, 78, of Downing, MO, passed away at the St. Mary Medical Center in Galesburg, IL, on September 7, 2006.

The son of John William and Nancy LaVerna (Smithart) Nicoli, he was born in Dutch Creek Township in Washington County, IA, on October 22, 1927.

On September 11, 1948, in Bloomfield, IA, he was united in marriage to Mary Evelyn Mincks who preceded him in death on May 5, 1999.To this union, two children were born, Linda and James.

Survivors include his children, Linda Larkin and husband, Larry of Roseville, IL, and James Nicoli and wife, Deanna of Kingdom City, MO; six grandsons, Mike Larkin and wife, Brianne, John Larkin and wife, Jade, Bill Larkin and friend, Kelly Clay, Jim Nicoli and wife, Anita, Scott Nicoli and wife, Tara and Ron Nicoli and wife, Debbie Jo; 12 great-grandchildren; one sister, Claire Belle Wilson of Lancaster, MO; sisters-in-law Joy Nicoli of Memphis and Betty Nicoli of Bloomfield, IA; nieces, nephews and friends.

Bob was preceded in death by his parents; his wife; three brothers, Harry, John and Bruce Nicoli; and one sister, Helen Warren.

Bob was of the Baptist faith and a grain and livestock farmer most of his life in the northeast Missouri area. Later, he was partners with Raymond Mullinix for approximately seven years from 1971-1978 in the scrap metal business in Downing, MO. During the same period, he was also City Marshal for Downing, MO in the mid 70's.

Funeral services were held September 11, 2006, at the Norman Funeral Home in Downing, MO, with David Barton, pastor of Downing Baptist Church officiating. Music was provided by soloist, Cindy Weldon. Pallbearers were Mike Larkin, John Larkin, Bill Larkin, Jim Nicoli, Scott Nicoli and Ron Nicoli.

Memorials have been established for the Brock Cemetery. Burial was in the Brock Cemetery, north of Memphis, MO. Arrangements were under the direction of the Norman Funeral Home of Downing, MO.

Added by Juanita Sloan Lowrance on Nov 10, 2009 8:27 PM

Marc Doty
RE: Sparks Cemetery-Pittsboro
Everything has been updated. Thanks for the info.

Added by Marc Doty on Nov 04, 2009 10:33 AM

Marc Doty
RE: Sparks Cemetery-Pittsboro
Sure, I'd be happy to add any info that you have. The easiest way is to use the "Suggest a correction" link. Thanks. Marc

Added by Marc Doty on Nov 01, 2009 7:05 AM

Juanita Sloan Lowrance
Kenneth Hardin Marquette
Kenneth Hardin Marquette, 85, of Memphis, MO, passed away February 27, 2007, at the Scotland County Memorial Hospital, Memphis, MO.

He was born on November 8, 1921, near Newark, MO, the son of Hal and Josephine Janney Marquette.

Kenneth attended rural school in Knox County, Plevna and Edina High Schools. He grew up in Knox County and moved to Scotland County in 1951. He entered in the U.S. Army on November 2, 1942 and was honorably discharged on November 20, 1945. He was a Veteran of World War II serving overseas in France, Holland, Belgium and Germany.

On October 13, 1946, in Memphis, MO, he married Mary Etta Schuck, and to this union two sons were born.

Kenneth farmed all his life raising crops and livestock until he retired. He was a member of the Mount Salem Baptist Church near Newark, MO, since a young boy.

He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, who died in infancy.

Kenneth is survived by his wife, Mary of the home; two sons, Stanley Dwayne Marquette and Kenneth Neil Marquette, both of Ottumwa, IA; One sister, Erma Kelley and her husband, Charles of Edina, MO; several nieces and nephews, as well as several great-nieces and nephews.

Memorials are suggested to the Brock Cemetery Association and can be left at or mailed to the Payne Funeral Chapel, 202 E. Madison, Memphis, MO.

Added by Juanita Sloan Lowrance on Oct 29, 2009 7:06 PM

Juanita Sloan Lowrance
Fred Wayne Eggleston
Fred Wayne Eggleston, 89, of Memphis, Missouri passed away February 6, 2008, at the Scotland County Care Center in Memphis, Missouri where he had been a resident since September 11, 2007.

The son of Fred Clay and Nellie (Merritt) Eggleston, he was born October 18, 1918 in Brock, Missouri. He was united in marriage to Ruth Herring on June 15, 1940 and to this union a son and a daughter were born, Max William and Bonny Jo. He also raised a nephew, Phillip Irion. Ruth preceded him in death on November 18, 1958. On May 19, 1960 he was united in marriage to Lucile Rupe Fenton and she also preceded him in death on May 2, 1997. Wayne was a farmer and LP gas delivery man for 17 years. He enjoyed gardening, fishing and camping. He also enjoyed playing baseball in his younger years.

Survivors include his son, Max Eggleston and wife Shirley of Memphis, Missouri and daughter Bonny Hatfield and husband Stanley of Arbela, Missouri; one step daughter Shirley Barker of Bloomfield, Iowa; six grandchildren, Rodney Hatfield of Arbela, Missouri, Lorie Cooper and husband Don of Glendale, Arizona, Robie Hatfield and wife Kim of Gillette, Wyoming, Kevin Eggleston and wife Lora of Memphis, Missouri, Kelley Frazier and husband Mike of Memphis, Missouri, Kristi Boyer and husband Brad of Moberly, Missouri; 13 great-grandchildren, Nicholas Hatfield and wife Talia, Brandon Hatfield, Megan Hatfield, Desiree Byrne and husband Jim, Bryce Cooper, Jacob Hatfield, Shelby Eggleston, Shaye Eggleston, Kelsey Frazier, Kiley Frazier, Brett Boyer, Lindsey Boyer and Brandon Boyer; 3 great-great-grandchildren, Elias Hatfield, Ian Hatfield and Cooper Byrne.

Wayne was preceded in death by his father, mother, wife Ruth, wife Lucile, brother Clark Eggleston and wife Faye, sister Jean Irion and husband Archie, nephew Phil Irion and granddaughter-in-law Donna Hatfield.

Graveside services were held in the Brock Cemetery on Saturday, February 9, 2008 with Joe Fulk officiating. Casket bearers were Kevin Eggleston, Robie Hatfield, Nicholas Hatfield, Brandon Hatfield, Jacob Hatfield, and Brett Boyer.

As an expression of sympathy, a memorial may be made to the Brock Cemetery and may be left at or mailed to the Memphis Funeral Home, 378 South Market Street, Memphis, Missouri 63555. Online condolences may be sent to Wayne's family at mmphisfh@nemr.net.

Memphis Funeral Home is caring for Wayne and his family.

Added by Juanita Sloan Lowrance on Oct 03, 2009 2:33 PM

Dave Potts
Ray Nixon Potts
Larry/Jane:

First let me thank you wholeheartedly for posting this gravestone picture. I was hopeful that someday I may be able to locate thisgravestone. Nixon Potts was my g-g-g-grandfather.

This is my correction for the Brock Cemetery. You have Nixon Potts listed as Ray (Rey) Nixon Potts age 33 years and 3 months.

The gravestone information should read Rev. (Reverend) Nixon Potts 73 years and 3 months. Although I have never visited the graveyard, I know Nixon Potts was a minister and was born in 1806 in Harrison County, Virginia (Now West Virginia). His civil war pension records states he died September 15, 1879. I know that be moved to Brock in Scotland County, Missouri after the Civil War.

Is there knowledge of any other Potts that are living or know of any gravestones of other Potts in Scotland County, Missouri? If so I can be reached at sierrakahn53@yahoo.com.

Again thank you very much for entering this picture in Find A Grave.

Dave Potts

Added by Dave Potts on May 26, 2009 1:17 PM

Ed Cline
Daniel Cline
Thank you for finding and documenting my uncle. I had always heard about another uncle that had died as a baby. I had forgotten about him until I stumbled onto your posting. Thanks again.
Ed Cline

Added by Ed Cline on Jan 09, 2009 4:19 PM

Jill Hagelberg
Old Smith Cemetery
Hi Jane, Well do you know where Old Smith Cemetery is? It is on the Spray place, I am assuming that it was someone or is someone's farm land. It is suppose to be just west of Bible Grove. I was just wondering if it is still even there. I looked on some sites and only one lists it, but no names, they need a volunteer. So I have no idea, if it even still exists. Can you find out since I thought that I saw that you did research in Scotland county Missouri? Do you live there? If not, no worries, I will keep looking also. Thank you Jill

Added by Jill Hagelberg on Jan 09, 2009 7:07 AM

R. Raisner
Huldah Bates Barker
Hello,

I am a descendent of Huldah and Lewis Barker. I am trying to find out information about her parents. In you memorial James W. Bates and Nancy Webster are listed as her parents. Do you know anything else you would be willing to share with me? Anything would be GREATLY appreciated.

Added by R. Raisner on Jan 05, 2009 7:04 PM

GINA
Samuel Boston
Hi. It says in his bio that he is the son of George W. and Mary Elizabeth (Downey) Boston. I am looking for information on a Samuel Boston, son of George W. and Mary Elizabeth (Beard) Boston of Appaloose Co, Iowa. If you have any more information on Samuel I would love to have it. Thank you.
Gina
gpowellnashville@msn.com

Added by GINA on Oct 16, 2008 9:05 AM

The Goldens
Hickory Grove Cemetery
Larry and Jane,

I have enjoyed reading your entries from Hickory Grove Cemetery. It is such a lovely place; one of my favorite cemeteries. My great-grandparents are buried there, Edd and Ella Wheeler. My husband is related to the McClintocks buried there: Alexander and Tabitha Elizabeth Pryor McClintock.

Do you know anything about the Pryor Hotel? Do you have any pictures of old Arbela or the Pryor family?

Added by The Goldens on Apr 21, 2008 7:45 PM

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