|Caryn Hood (#46777279)|
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When I was born, we lived in Caldwell County, MO and now live in Daviess County, MO. I have lived in these two counties all my life, except for 7 years when I was a child and lived near Abilene, KS. |
I have always enjoyed sitting at the table at family dinners and hearing the older people tell stories about people and times in the past.
I became involved in looking for my genealogy when I got a computer a few years ago. My grandparents are buried in Caldwell County and some of my great and great-great grandparents as well. Some of the names I am researching are LOONEY, SLOAN, FARR, GREEN on my side and HOOD, GARRISON, STORY, HARRIS on my husband's side.
If you are looking for further information on Caldwell or Daviess County, Missouri ancestors, the following are some of my favorite websites:
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|Loubie||Richard Wayne Buck|
His fathers grave Marshall Thomas Buck's memorial is Find A Grave Memorial# 18655586.... His half brother Marshall Thomas Buck Jr's memorial is Find A Grave Memorial# 18655630... Robert Lee Buck is his brother as well his memorial is Find A Grave Memorial# 114860944... Thank you for your time
Added by Loubie on Aug 03, 2015 9:55 AM
|Nancy Domjanovich||Florence C. Albright|
I noticed that you were the manager of the memorial of Florence C. Albright, so I thought you might be the person to write re. her. She is buried in Old Union Cemetery in Ray Co. MO.
We think she was once married (1887 to 1893) to Thomas J. Fleming. They lived Omaha, NE we think & were divorced in 1893. Thomas Fleming was also married to our ancestor Emma Crary, real close after the divorce.
Do you know anything about this? We are trying to verify this.
|Kayla Corbitt||James W Shull|
I noticed that his wife, with whom he shares a tombstone withhas not been added. May you please add her so that she may be linked up with her other family members:
Father William T Lay
Mother: Nitha T Cox Lay
(2nd Cousin 3 Times Removed)
It appears you may have entered a duplicate entry at the Lancaster Cemetery.
Added by Tracey on Jul 17, 2015 11:45 AM
|Gracie's Grammy||RE: Michael Rybolt|
Other family members - where are they buried?
Brown or Greenwood?
|Gracie's Grammy||Michael Rybolt|
Confused, his death certificate indicates Brown Cemetery? Greenwood is located in St. Louis.
|Jan Keith||Carrie Ann Harbert Oxley|
Thanks for your help Caryn!
|Mark Peebles||Hortense Arvilla Shaw|
Thank you for adding the links for her parents.
|Nancy~||Larry Richards obituary|
Thursday, May 22, 2003
Larry E. Richards
b. Nov. 27, 1943
d. May 15, 2003
Larry Richards, 59, of Jonesburg, Missouri., formerly of Gallatin, Missouri, died Thursday, May 15, 2003 at the St. Joseph West Hospital in Lake St. Louis, Mo.
Funeral services were held 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, May 21 at the Gallatin United Methodist Church. Burial was at the Hillcrest Cemetery, Gallatin.
Larry was born November 27, 1943 to Clyde and Everetta (Keck) Richards in Chillicothe, Mo. He graduated from Tri-County
R-VII High School in Jamesport in 1961 and attended St. Joseph Junior College. After graduation Larry began his employment at the Bank of Gallatin in the fall of 1963. He married Donna Kincaid in St. Joseph, Mo., on April 3, 1964, moving to Gallatin to make their home. In November, 1972 Larry and his family joined the Litton staff and moved to Falls Church, Virginia. He worked in Washington D.C. with Jerry Litton as District Aide. His focus was on helping community problems in this District.
In 1976 Larry and his family moved back to Chillicothe where he accepted a position as President of the Community Bank.
In 1984 Larry joined the First National Bank of Gallatin as CEO. In 1992 Larry and Donna relocated to Jonesburg, Mo., to accept the position of President of the Jonesburg State Bank and to make their home.
Larry was a member of the Rotary Club serving as President and District Governor. He took part in organizing the Gallatin Chapter Jaycees and was honored to serve as the first president. He enjoyed the competitive rowboat races down the Grand River.
Larry became involved in competitive road running where he competed in track meets and weekend races in the area. He served as president of the Chillicothe Chamber of Commerce; he was also serving as President of the Jonesburg Lions Club.
Larry was active in civic affairs and enjoyed working especially with the Optimist Club. He enjoyed working with the the children at Jonesburg Elementary School. For his service to the youth, next year the youth club at Jonesburg Elementary will be named the Larry Richards Youth Club. Larry was a member of the Methodist Church and served as MYF sponsor for years. Lasting friends were formed wherever Larry and his family made their home.
Survivors include Donna, his wife, of the home, son, Brian Richards, Odessa Tx., daughter, Heather Riley, Granger, Ia., sister, Clydene Ware, Chillicothe, brother, Alan Richards, Bosworth, and five granddaughters.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Gallatin United Methodist Church.
Added by Nancy~ on Jun 28, 2015 2:49 PM
|Sadie||Mary Jane Walker Kennedy|
Per your message to me about Breckenridge Cemetery vs Rose Hill Cemetery, and your picture of the actual tombstone, I have deleted the burial information at the Breckenridge site for
Mary Jane Walker Kennedy
Pearton Lockridge Kennedy
Thanks for correcting me.
Added by Sadie on Jun 25, 2015 12:13 PM
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