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Kristin (#47543835)
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P. Meado
Lucinda Funkhouser
I think if I was you I would order her last marriage record and verify her parents. The marriage dates in her obit and on the bio are wrong. Guess the person that sent the information was going by the obit and I didn't verify it. So whatever is in the bio may not be correct. The only marriage record I could find in Illinois was Lucinda Murphy to A. M. Funkhouser.
You can order marriage records from IRAD-Illinois Regional Archives Depository for 1.00. Or you can order from the court house and that usually cost 10.00-18.00 depending on the court house. Just make sure you state you want the part of the marriage record that includes the parents.

From Illinois Statewide Marriage Index:
YOUNG, AUGUSTUS to FUNKHOUSER, LUCINDA 1894-Sept-12 Vol. 019 WHITE county, IL.

FUNKHOUSER, A M to MURPHY, LUCINDA 1881-Feb-28 Vol.C Pg.90 Lic.#28 WAYNE County, IL.
Added by P. Meado on Jun 22, 2016 12:51 AM
Jessica Krueger
RE: Daisy Mae Cassingham
Thanks I am related to her as she is one of my great Grandma's sisters
Added by Jessica Krueger on Jun 08, 2016 11:12 PM
Jessica Krueger
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Just have a question. Are you related to Daisy Mae Cassingham Townsend? She is my great grandma's Sister. I seen you had a pic of her and it is very nice. I never got to meet her. My greatgrandma was Freddie and my grandma is Florence and my mom is Theresa. Please let me know if you are related to her as I have a big family tree of the Cassinghams and would love to give you the information on it if you would like to know. Thanks Jessica
Added by Jessica Krueger on Jun 08, 2016 3:33 AM
B.J. Waters
Samuel Rosen
I will add the obituary, edited to remove names of surviving family members, if you will please disclose the name of the publication and the date that it was published, per Find A Grave policy.

Best regards,

B.J.
Added by B.J. Waters on May 17, 2016 8:03 PM
EGF
Dickman
Thanks for the edit suggestions. I've added a niche photo to the memorial.
Added by EGF on Apr 29, 2016 3:34 AM
Peace be Thine!
musgrave's in Burnt Prairie
Are you any relation to the Musgrave Clan?

My Great-great grand father, Samuel W Musgrave
is buried in Kelly (Kelley) cemetery east of Cobden, IL.

I have not been able to find when or where my Great grand father, Thomas Carl Musgrave passed away. You don't, by chance, have any information for him, do you?

Thank you for all your work as a "graver" -

Vera Musgrave Flood
Rockford, IL
amflyer39@hotmail.com
Added by Peace be Thine! on Jan 04, 2016 2:34 PM
Theron & Helen Smith
RE: Eva Jane Casterline Stamm
At one time...many years ago, I had contact with Elizabeth May and a Judy__?__. It may have come from one of them. I think Elizabeth was the daughter of Smith Casterline. Helen
Added by Theron & Helen Smith on Nov 28, 2015 4:01 PM
M. Brownson
Lucinda Musgrave Vaughan 66539214
Hi Kristin,

May I post your photo of Lucinda and T. J. ? I always give full credit. Thank you,

Mariann Brownson
Added by M. Brownson on Nov 12, 2015 3:51 PM
Carmian
John Fleming
White County, Illinois, has two wonderful genealogy societies. Both will do research for you for free if you pay for the cost of copying and mailing documents. I found the information on John Fleming in a 3 volume set of obituary records that the Genealogy Society of White County compiled entitled "Gone But Not Forgotten" containing records dating from 1819 - 1948. I am so happy that this bit of information on John Fleming has helped you in your search for your ancestors.
Added by Carmian on Jun 13, 2015 1:16 PM
Larry Hagemann
RE: Judy (Clark) Muller
Barbara Ann was an early patient for open-heart surgery in Chicago. She was a very delicate child, very kind and generous, but too sweet for this earth. God took her to him after the operation. Today, the operation is routine. Then it was pioneering and dangerous. She is with God now. May she rest in peace.
Added by Larry Hagemann on Apr 21, 2015 5:19 PM
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