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Shelby (#46537337)
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mary lusk
Starkweather family
I see you in my notes now son of Shelby Eugene Farrow and Martha Margaret Willette.
My uncle, Reuben Howard Starkweather did alot of research and I was lucky enough to copy it, plus I have done alot on my own and I have been able to get some of the work of Beth Wade. Mary
Added by mary lusk on Jan 25, 2015 12:39 AM
mary lusk
Starkweather family
Shelby, My name is Mary Lusk. My grandmother was Lois Starkweather Sawyer daughter of Reuben Starkweather and Mary Rebecca Seaman. I would really love to update my family tree with your information. Are you grand daughter of Horace Herschell Etter or Margaret Mary Etter Farrow Hinds? Thanks for any help you can give me.
My email is
I live in Columbia Missouri
Added by mary lusk on Jan 25, 2015 12:25 AM
Robert Simpson
RE: Martha
Ownership has been transferred to you. Happy to have been of service.
Added by Robert Simpson on Nov 06, 2014 4:20 PM
Tracy DeVault
RE: Smith Etter
Hi Shelby,
I had been wanting to visit the Range Cemetery for a number of years. During my visit I found lots of relatives. The Smith Etter/Julia Range stone was the nicest stone in the cemetery. (I am related to the Ranges.) This was an especially interesting find. I had a friend (she recently passed away) who's husband was Paul Etter (Paul passed away some years ago). I was able to establish a connection between her husband and Smith Etter.
Added by Tracy DeVault on Jun 17, 2013 6:27 AM
Twila Longanecker
thank you for the memorial transfer.
Added by bluebelles on May 23, 2013 8:58 PM
Frank R. Adamski
RE: My Dad

You are very welcome. Your Dad sounded like someone I sure would have liked to know - an honorable man who loved his family, and served his country with distinction. Humanity is lessened when real men such as your Dad pass away. I am very sorry for your loss!

My very best regards,

Frank Adamski
Added by Frank R. Adamski on Mar 17, 2013 1:22 PM
For your beautiful flowers
Thank you so much for your beautiful flowers to the memory of my father...
Added by B.A. on Feb 07, 2013 7:06 AM

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