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Jan Tice
Lucy Ann Jeffries Huddleston
Could you contact me privately jtice4840@aol.com regarding parents of Lucy Ann. I have different information
Added by Jan Tice on Feb 28, 2014 9:22 PM
Dave & Vicki
#72970038 Benjamin Harrison Scott
The information on this memorial isn't correct. The Benjamin Harrison Scott that goes with the tombstone picture was born 9/10/1888 in Edgar Co., Illinois and died 6/1968 in Vigo Co., Indiana. He married Mabel M Ashley 9/8/1907.

The Benjamin Harrison Scott born in Missouri and his wife Rosine Margaret Loesch are buried in Beverly Cemetery in Cook Co., Illinois. Their memorial numbers are 46362700 for him and 46361416 for her.

Would you please correct the info?

Thanks,
Vicki
Added by Dave & Vicki on Jan 06, 2014 5:24 AM
Nancy Arnold Thompson
Bassman./Bassmann
For some reason, my direct emails are bouncing.

This whole Bassman/Bassmann family thing has turned into an interesting project. In the process I found a family connection that is certainly worth exploring.

The highway was relocated about the middle of the 1900's and the old Evangelical Cemetery was wiped out in the process. Burials in that cemetery were moved to Riverview; there is a whole section dedicated to them.

This past year, Pat Sullivan, my brother's brother-in-law, died of cancer and is buried in that section of the cemetery; his mother was Alma Bassman Sullivan. All of the Bassman burials at Riverview are related.

When I went by the office today I was able to get a photographed copy of the burials there. This plat was created by Pat's father, John L. Sullivan (husband of Alma "Bee" Bassman). They primarily represent the earliest German settlers in Cole County. I hope to get together with John Sullivan and see about documenting the entire section of the cemetery.

I was looking for another project after severing my affiliation with the Miller County Historical Society. This may be it! I never would have found it without your terrific documentation on the Bassman's.

Thank you!

Nancy T
Added by Nancy Arnold Thompson on Dec 29, 2011 6:14 PM
 

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