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Thank you for taking the time to add the photos and make the additions to the Roetter family. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated.
|Steven Keller||Thank you!|
Thanks so much for your work on the Popes and O'Fallons -- it will be great to get them all connected.
|Steven Keller||Father John O'Fallon Pope|
I have Father John O'Fallon Pope in the database now and linked up with Dr Pope.
|Steven Keller||More on Pope|
Dr Pope actually died in Paris, France. This explains the death date (July) versus the interment date (August)! His body was shipped home for burial in the family plot.
I'm working on his son, John O'Fallon Pope, SJ (a Jesuit priest buried in London). Dr Pope also had two daughters: Adelaide Eliza and Emily Alice.
The plot thickens.....
Have a great week!
Meant to say "Dr Pope" in second paragraph below! Sorry for the confusion.
|Steven Keller||Charles Alexander Pope, MD|
Many thanks and God bless you for the nice photo of Dr Pope's grave. Dr Pope was married to Caroline O'Fallon (1828-1917). John O'Fallon Pope (1850-1934) was his son. His daughter, Caroline Ruth Pope (1848-1922), married into the illustrious Vaughan family of England (i.e., the family of Cardinal Herbert Vaughan of Westminster Cathedral) -- her husband was Francis Baynham William Vaughan.
Dr Vaughan was an early St Louis medical pioneer. Here's a quote from the Washington School of Medicine's website:
The education of physicians at Washington University began in 1891. Under an ordinance enacted that year, a Medical Department was established which became the Washington University School of Medicine in 1918. This department was the successor to two pioneering institutions: St. Louis Medical College and Missouri Medical College. Founded in the 1840s, they were among the first schools for training physicians in this region. Owned by their faculty and operated for profit, such proprietary schools depended on fees and were correctly perceived as private enterprises. St. Louis Medical College was known as Pope’s College, after its most prominent early dean, Dr. Charles Alexander Pope; the rival Missouri Medical College was known as McDowell’s College in honor of its founder, Dr. Joseph Nash McDowell.
Unfortunately, I haven't done any work on the O'Fallons, so I don't know the connections.
Hope to hear from you again! I've added you to my friends. Please see my work on the Vaughans in findagrave.
Have a great weekend. God bless you!
|Neal Underwood||Leila and Collier Berry photos|
Thanks for posting the photos of the stones for Leila and Collier Berry and letting me me know. They are cousins through my Smith line in Missouri - which has been a real challenge and taken many years to put together. I had not looked at them for a long time but did so today and found some new bits of information about that line that filled in some gaps. I posted or submitted it to Findagrave including additional links so it turned out to be a productive effort.
|Dona (Carr) Mooring||RE: Alice Z. Carr|
The is the DAR Record I found for her:
Maiden Name is Zimmrman
Mrs. Alice Zimmerman Carr
Birth Place: Alexandria, Virginia.
Birth Date: 03 Apr 1852
Relative: Lieut. Thomas Edmonston, of Maryland.
Father: Reuben Zimmerman
Mother: Mary A. E. Waters
Spouse: Henry C. Carr
Mrs. Alice Zimmerman Carr.DAR ID Number: 28579; Born in Alexandria, Virginia. ; Wife of Henry C. Carr. ; Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Edmonston, of Maryland. ; Daughter of Reuben Zimmerman and Mary A. E. Waters, his wife, m. 1836. ; Granddaughter of Benjamin Waters and Dorothy Edmonston, his wife, m. 1812. ; Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Edmonston and Mary Bcall, his wife. ; Thomas Edmonston, (1740-1805), entered the army as ensign and in 1777 was commissioned lieutenant of militia of Montgomery Co., Md.
DAR ID. Number:
My records show that she died in Dallas Texas, but I don't have a date. I'm looking in Fold3 for her death certificate. I'll let you know what I find.
Your Sister in Christ,
|Anna Jaech||Henry J. Filsinger|
I happened by this lot today & saw your photo that included the Mitchell mausoleum: when it's enlarged to the max & viewed as a panorama, it evokes the feeling that overtakes you in an ancient cathedral. Better than any cemetery photo I've seen, it says "This is St. Louis. We are the nation builders." Mitchell is not Mallincrodt. He's a boy who liked to play with trains - he's not about power and might. Then, there's a splendid mix of emotion spread top to bottom. I'd like to see it as a triptych. Summer, autumn and snow.
I'll send a note to the office. Its a perfect personification. They should use it.
Thank you for getting photos for all the Bouton family! It is appreciated!
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