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My name is Martha Ann Darby Campbell, maiden name Boyd, my father's name was Wayne A. Boyd,|
born in Miami, OK his parents were Charles Martin and Mary Ellen Wade Boyd and his grandparents were James T. and Emily F. Davidson Boyd of Diamond, MO
My Mom was Idalice Hall, her Mom and Dad were Earl Kelsey and Vinnie Dawson Hall, her grandparents were Dr. James R and Martha Alice (Ramsey) Dawson of Afton Oklahoma. and her great grandparents were Robert and Nancy Dawson of Berryville, AR. Robert was the son Of Samuel R. and Polly Ann Rogers Dawson...Polly's folks were
Capt. John "Hellfire Jack" Rogers and Anna Pruitt, 1/2 Cherokee
I was born in Picher, OK...
I live in Mexico, Mo...
I will be "happy" to help anyone needing family linked and will "gladly" add info.
That is what this site is all about helping others find their family and linking them up for our future generations....
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|Rebecca Poole||Photos for Walker Lindville Hughes and Lydia Elizabeth Johnston Hughes|
Thank you for the great pictures and for being a dedicated part of the findagrave community!
|Shirley A Rule||John Berrey|
Thank you so much for all you do. I can never express what this means to me and my family. You let us see our families final resting place. I know that I will never be able to go but this is the next best thing.
Shirley A Rule
|Cynthia Farmer-Nold||Dandy on Donnelly|
I also did another edit to change his place of death to Kansas City. He is the second railroad crew member I have sent information on. Yet in a search for information on the wreck, I found a New York burial annotated about the wreck, an important passenger. I was amazed how many newspapers throughout the country carried the news and updates from New York to California. I have long association with the Slater/Marshall area.
|David Sharp||Arthur Appleman|
Hi Marty, No matter how hard you think you try to be accurate, them danged duplicates still happen someway. I deleted mine and thanks for the catch. I hope you are well, Spring "is" coming. David
|Kathleen Bacher||RE: Mary Appleman Purinton|
I would be most interested if you do find her parent's names.
|Kathleen Bacher||RE: Gail A Purinton|
Thanks for the correction. Mary Appleman was a second wife for Thomas. His first wife Blanche Wood Adkinson died of tuberculosis. He and Blanche had three children. Forest Arnold Purinton, Fay Etta Purinton and my grandmother Fern Blanche Purinton. Forest went to California, Fay died in Colorado and Fern married my grandfather Charles Harold Morrow and came to Canada but that is another story.
|Kathleen Bacher||Gail A Purinton|
Hi Marty, I am adding information to my last message. I discovered a Missouri death registration for Gail A Purinton, and I was correct. Gail is a son of Thomas A Purinton and Mary Appleman not a daughter.
|Kathleen Bacher||Gail A Purinton|
You have posted a tombstone marker in the Appleman Cemetery, Saling, Audrain County, Missouri for Gail A Purinton & Mary A [Appleman] Purinton. Mary Appleman was the second wife of my great grandfather Thomas Arnold Purinton. Thomas died in Pueblo, Colorado in 1912. Mary and her child and step children continued to live in Pueblo until about 1917 and after that and I have been unable to find out where Mary went. Two children from his first marriage, Forest and Fern were living with them on the 1910 census for Pueblo and a third child, a son named Gale, age 5 was also living with them. My grandmother was Fern and she told me that after her father died her brother left to go to California and she went to live with her maternal grandmother. She also said that the youngest child also died but I have been unable to find out where or when. Can you tell me how you got the information about Mary Appleman Purinton and can you tell me any more information about her? Did you get this information from the cemetery records and is it possible that Gail A Purinton on the tombstone is actually a son and not a daughter because in 1910 the census lists Gale as a son?
|Marsha Williams Byrd of Missouri||Susanna Evan|
Thank you for pointing out the duplicate. I will delete mine but have sent a message to Mr. Armstead to give him the opportunity to copy the information first. That picture of her is great, I really like looking at old pictures. Marsha
|Anna Jaech||Lemuel Carter|
Hi Marty! I linked Thomas Whitman to Lemuel. What a surprise he was!! Hyper-educated, he could do nothing but make money in St. Louis, married into one of its finest families. They had 3 children who made even more money. It's all on their memorials. :-) How nice for them.
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