|Dr. Charles Robert (Bob) Campbell (#47515191)|
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I was born and raised in Louisiana, Pike County, Missouri where some of both sides of my family has lived since before 1800. Most of my families ancestors are from Pike and Calhoun Counties in Illinois arriving before 1830 and Pike County and Ozark County in Missouri arriving before 1850. My wife Patti Clayton Campbell's family is mostly from Virginia and lived in and around Norfolk. Born in Richmond, a Navy daughter, she was raised here and there but considers Fairfax City, VA home. Our research interests include Campbell, Emerick, Haff, Sisson, Staggs, Crissman, Turnbaugh, Shinn, and Small, in my line and Clayton, Farrow, Stone, Lee, and Capps in her line.|
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|Ace||Laurence Clayton at Forest Home Cemetery|
Hi! I need the burial Section and Lot Numbers in order to take a photograph for you. This cemetery's staff does not help photo volunteers, and the burial location is not available anywhere else.
Last year I fulfilled over 450 photo requests at this cemetery after the burial location was provided.
P.S. I tried to look up his burial location at the local library, but I could not find his name in the list of burials for this cemetery.
Added by Ace on Apr 15, 2016 2:29 AM
Re: 125078217James Monroe Dillon, father of our subject, was also engaged in the lumber business for a number of years. making staves, hoop-poles, saw-logs, etc.. which he sold on the bank of the river or rafted down to St. Louis, Mo. During the later rears of his life he turned his attention to farming and made a great success of all agricultural pursuits. He passed away October 6, 1852.
The mother of him of whom we write was previous to her marriage 125078217 Miss Ellen Ferguson, and after the death of her first companion she became the wife of Henry Hefner. She died in Gilead Precinct in January, 1869. At her death 7451467 John came into possession of the homestead, he being the only son born to his parents.
PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF PIKE AND CALHOUN COUNTIES, ILLINOIS, 1894 COPYRIGHT EXPIRED.
|debra coffman||Thank You|
Dear Dr. Charles Robert Campbell,
Thank you so much for the transfer of Tone T. Turnbaugh.
|debra coffman||Transfer of Tony Turnbaugh #108704058|
Hello Dr. Charles Robert
You have transferred a member before and I found another one if you would be interested in transferring. It is Tony Turnbaugh #108704058 great uncle on my father side.
Thank you again for all your work.
|K Stone||Shinn genealogy|
Thank you for the history on Daniel Shinn Mr. Campbell. I ran across him in Josiah Shinn's book and was thrilled to see a headstone for him on findagrave. I have read up on them a bit. Daniel is my 4th cousin 5 x removed from two directions:
Daniel was 4th cousin to my 3rd great grandfather, Samuel Clark Jr. (parents Elizabeth Shinn and Samuel Clark Sr.) who came to Pike County with his parents in 1829.
He was 4th cousin to my 3rd great grandmother, Emma Shinn (m. Samuel Clark Jr/parents Isaiah and Nancy Robey Shinn) who came with her family to Pike County between 1829 and 1831.
(cousin marriage between Samuel Clark Jr and Emma Shinn...so not to cause confusion)
Both sides of my family are from Pike county also. My mom would be your direct 8th cousin thru this line. I'll see if I can access your ancestry page. I don't subscribe to it yet.
Added by K Stone on Aug 05, 2015 3:30 PM
|K Stone||Shinn Family|
Hello fellow Shinn cousin : )
Added by K Stone on Aug 03, 2015 3:03 PM
|Chris Finch||Fred Dasher|
Thanks for Fred's photo's also. Chris
|Chris Finch||Pauline Wright Dasher|
Thanks for the lovely photos of Pauline's gravesite. As I no longer live in Florida, it is much appreciated. Chris
|Anna Jaech||RE: Laura Holt Skaggs|
I do intend to delete this memorial but want to send some data to you before I do (so I won't forget). Also, I have microfilm of the Missouri Telegraph about 1853-1882, nearly complete even for the civil war. I can remember there were problems with two editors in Louisiana who were secesh. Long ago I wrote an article about this & about the loyal, much favored editor of the republican paper there. I think his name was Reid. Reid & my gg gf were rivals as my gf was secesh but was allowed to publish as long as he was on good behavior. His grandson, my grandfather was based at the Post Dispatch many years as chief advertising counsel for all Hearst papers so I imagine that, in some way our ancestors knew one another professionally.
|Lynn||RE: SpangCampbell Childen|
I would think you should start by contacting someone in charge of the cemetery to see what they say. I don't know if they have an office there or somewhere else. Since it's a church cemetery, you might try Indian Creek Church of Christ in Hamburg if there is no formal cemetery office.
The only other thing I can think of to suggest would be to contact someone at a local funeral home. I would think they might be able to give you information regarding the proper people to contact.
Added by Lynn on Feb 06, 2015 6:46 PM
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