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I'm just checking to see if you have any information on this family. I am working on a DAR application for a relative and I need to prove that Martha Gunn Metcalf was the daughter of Narcissa Gaines Gunn.
Thank you for any information you can share.
|Sandra Eichner Hepker||RE: Vaughan|
Hi, ok, could you please tell me how you are related? Thanks
|Dale Leazer||Jim Leazer|
Hello, I was just wondering how you are related to Jimmy Leazer buried in CA?
|Sandra Eichner Hepker||Vaughan|
Hello, I was just wondering how you are related to Jimmy Vaughan buried in Michigan?
did your uncle Homer work for the Missouri Pacific Railroad? I track old time railroader. thanks JOHn in Missouri
Added by JMW on Feb 11, 2015 5:06 PM
|Sharon Goyette||Agnes Williams Close|
Agnes Close is my maternal grandmother. You left a flower on her memorial indicating RIP cousin. I would like for you to contact me regarding relationship. I am involved in tracing ancestry on my maternal family and would love to hear from extended family.
|T Draper||John D Draper|
Curious to know how you might be related to John D Draper
Added by T Draper on Jun 20, 2014 11:47 AM
|Dale Leazer||Norman W Leazer|
Hi. I was just wondering who you are and how my uncle is your cousin. I don't see your name in your profile.
Thank you , Dale Leazer
Could you please transfer this memorial to me, this is my mother...thanks #129718475
Added by Kevin on May 16, 2014 8:11 AM
|Cari||Melissa Jane Hillhouse Evans|
I noticed that you had left flowers for Mrs. Jane Evans and wondered if you'd like her obituary! I was doing some research in Lebanon Missouri's library yesterday on my husband's family and ran across her obit.
MRS. JANE EVANS, 93, known as "Aunt Jane" to her many friends in the Stoutland vicinity, died 3 December at the home of a foster daughter, Mrs. William Evans, in Camden county.
Funeral services were held in the Stoutland Methodist church of which she was the oldest living member, with the Rev. O.E. Patton officiating. Burial was in the Hillhouse cemetery, north of Stoutland.
She was born in Camden county and spent practically all her life there. Her parents settled in Camden county soon after the Civil War, going there from Tennessee. After the death of her husband, Mart Evans, twenty years ago Mrs. Evans made her home in Stoutland going to the home of her daughter Mrs. William Evans last spring. Lebanon RR 13 December 1935.
Added by Cari on May 06, 2014 8:35 PM
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