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Charles Fredrick (#47080017)
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JARROTT P. COX
RE: R G Roberts
There will be no fees if I do it except copy fees but they will be minuscule and I will not need reimbursed, I do this for my enjoyment. I am going to look for newspaper articles seems he died shortly after being appointed Post Master and apparently from stone he was a Mason. Nancy Thompson (#47197580) is a Graver she also works part time at the library in Nevada Mo. She could possibly Help, keep me posted it will be a while before I go down there as it is very cold here now and lots of snow in the forecast but as soon as it warms up I will be going there, I also will dig stone out and look for more information on it. Jarrott
Added by JARROTT P. COX on Feb 27, 2015 12:32 PM
JARROTT P. COX
RE: R G Roberts
I have done some research on ancestry.com and added to him. I will be in Vernon county soon could do a little more research on him there. Web site says they charge $10 an hour for them to research plus copy fee,I of course would not charge you. I know one or two of volunteers who do work there who may do a little research for no fee. If you would like me to put you in touch with one of them let me know. Jarrott
Added by JARROTT P. COX on Feb 27, 2015 11:11 AM
Corey & Douglas Marshall-Steele
RE: Bio Picture
Thanks Charles! And regarding Sterling - I think I remember you were looking for his wife too? If so (and you put in photo request) let me know as I'm pretty sure I snapped her memorial also (Charlene Lathrop White (1912 - 2000)

My best, Cor.
Added by Corey & Douglas Marshall-... on Oct 03, 2014 2:01 PM
Ruth Smith
RE:Dr. Daniel Howard Hope
God is good - Dr. Daniel Howard Hope's grave was in the same area as the rest of his family - I just overlooked it. May he rest in peace and I hope you find more information about the train wreck. I set up his memorial page but if you would like for me to transfer his to you and any others I originated I would be glad to do that. Ruth
Added by Ruth Smith on May 11, 2014 1:51 PM
Ruth Smith
RE: Margaret Hope Photo Request
Charles: O.K. you have gotten me interested in this bit of history so I hope you don't mind if I checked into it. Here is what I found which may or may not be the train wreck you are talking about. I googled "Aug 5, 1922 train wrecks in Missouri". a lot of stories popped up about the worse train wreck in Missouri history and it makes sense that it happened in Jefferson County which is not too far north of Cape Girardeau. We drive up to that area a lot to see grandkids play ball - Hillsboro, Festus,etc.
It was the St. Louis, Iron Mtn and Southern Railway and killed 34 people injured 150. One story said the local doctor tried to treat people but it was impossible for one doctor to do that so they brought in other doctors by train. This might fit in with your mother going to the accident with her uncle.
It would probably be a 2-3 hr. ride back then by train. The reason I typed in that date (Aug 5, 1922 was the other train wrecks in Missouri would not fit your Mother's area or age. Warrensburg, Mo. had a wreck in 1904 - train on the way to World's fair in St. Louis but not close to Cape.
Train wreck Aug 5, 1914 Neosho Mo.not cloase to Cape. So the one mentioned at the top seems to be the closest one. Best of luck in finding out more about this incident. Ruth
Added by Ruth Smith on May 11, 2014 8:08 AM
Ruth Smith
RE: Margaret Hope Photo Request
Charles: You are welcome for the picture. Actually I took pictures of all graves in that area of people in the Hope family. And added two small children to the findagrave memorial pages. There was not a grave for Daniel Hope that I saw. I looked them up on ancestry.com and found 2 census records:
1930 D.Howard Hope - physician
Margaret Hope wife
Oliver Hope child
Daniel Hope, Jr. child

1940 D. Howard Hope - physician age 63 (b. 1878)
Margaret Hope wife age 62
This census was taken in April 1940
His burial did not come up when I searched on findagrave nor on the Missouri death certificate records. And that makes sense since you said he died in Colorado. Another source I use is the Southeast Missourian obituary records but his name did not come up there either. Sorry this is probably not much help for you in finding where he is buried. Could he possibly be buried in a different area? I run across a lot of graves that are not listed on findagrave at the Cape County Memorial Cemetery and have to make these pages. You could do that and put his birth as 1878 and death 1940 then request a picture. I'll look in the records the next time I am at the Archives in Jackson. Ruth Smith
Added by Ruth Smith on May 09, 2014 1:12 PM
Jerry Sagouspe
Stanton Green and James Cannaday
Greetings Charles,

I am super curious as to where you obtained the photo of Stanton Greene my (G. grandfather) and James Cannaday (G.G. grandfather) with unknown woman in front of the old house. It might help answer I have an original of that picture passed down to my mom, Stanton's grandaughter and now me. Amazing. Please inform if possible.
Thanks,
Jerry Sagouspe
Added by Jerry Sagouspe on Mar 21, 2014 6:47 PM
coan.net
RE: Mary Wright
Mary Wright

In the records of the cemetery, it just list Mary Wright, Internment #14783, 77y.10m.5d, d.Sep 5, 1949, Block 9, Lot 263

The Illiana Genealogical and Historical Society has many older obits, and may be able to pull the obituary for her to see if there is any additional information there.
Added by coan.net on Mar 17, 2014 5:00 PM
Patricia Davis
Chambers
Hello Charles. Received your request. I have a lengthy answer for you but am searching for a way to leave word for you....but prefer not as a public message Will get back to you. I wrote a book on the Westlake-Chambers history that I donated to Texas Co., MO Public Library. Sincerely, Patricia
Added by Patricia Davis on Mar 10, 2014 9:58 AM
Maggie
Garner photos
Charles thank you for fulfilling my request for a photo of Francis Garner's headstone. I greatly appreciate it. Maggie
Added by Maggie on Jan 30, 2014 7:58 PM
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