|Deborah Snyder (#47020003)|
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|Wanda Powers||Mary Phillips|
Thank you for the memorial transfer.
Thank you very much for transferring William Simmons to me. I linked him to his father.
Added by jcq on Jul 29, 2013 10:00 PM
Deborah- Thank you for transferring Albert Bayles to me. I will be able to add quite a bit of biographical information to the memorial you have already created. :-) Dana
|Wanda Powers||Phillips memorial|
Thank you for the transfer. I had forgotten about it.
|Genealogy Lover||Swearengin transfer|
Thank you so much!
Thank you this well help
Thank you for the nice pictures of the Seymour buriels. I appreciate t it.
Happy New Year,
|Ruth Browning||RE: Children of John J. Browning|
I'd be happy for you to transfer them. Thanks for your work.
|Ruth Browning||Children of John J. Browning|
John was son of John Henry and Leah Starns Browning of McDonald County, Missouri. John Jasper and Mary Amanda Strawn (born 6 June 1849, died 7 April 1884) had these children: William Henry Browning who died in California; Robert M. Browning; Columbus Franklin Browning (my grandfather); Bertha Ellen Browning who married Robert R. Mullins; Ollie Jane Browning who married Eli Denney; Stephen Bethel Browning; Ernest Oscar Browning; Florence Iola Browning who married (1) Walter M. Lee (2) Claude Ball.
By his 2nd wife Mary Elizabeth Mullins, born 9 March 1860, died 14 September 1917, he had these children: John Jay Browning; Maude May Browning who married Charles E. Shue; Myrtle Day Browning who married Robert L. Knott; Caledonia Browning who married Clarence Moore and died in California; Lora B. Browning who married Mr. Bealier and died in Colorado.
|Ruth Browning||John J. Browning, Spring River Cemetery|
I am descendant of John Jasper and Mary Amanda Strawn Browning (his 1st wife). I have seen the tombstone and believe that Mary Amanda is on one side and Mary Elizabeth (Mullins), his second wife, is on the other. I don't find this record in the Spring River Cemetery index. Am I remembering correctly?
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