|Carol Guinn Jenkins (#47007536)|
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|I have been bitten by the genealogy bug over 58 years ago and have never stopped. I just recently investigated Find A Grave and was so surprise to find a lot of family ties. I hope to contribute to Find A Grave as I know how hard it is to located where loved ones and family have been buried. I have enjoyed my hobby and meeting cousins and making new friends. I have been a member of the Joseph Hart Chapter DAR for over 30 years and have been their Registrar for years too. Thank You for this site and thanks to all those who have worked to make it so great!|
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|DSH||Bernhard Suelter / 132018363|
Thanks for your thoughtfulness! I appreciate the transfer.
Added by DSH on Jul 21, 2016 8:52 PM
|Bailey||RE: Confederate Mound|
I'm out of state right now, with very little internet access, but I'll check when I get back home. Seems like I found some of that information at one time, but don't remember right now where it was.
Added by Bailey on Jul 17, 2016 8:30 AM
|Jennifer Myers||Mary K Sullivan|
You're very welcome, Carol! There was a Thomas Sullivan right next to Mary so I photographed his stone as well. Not sure if they are together, but I posted the pic to his Find A Grave# - 96624476.
|Linda Cardinal Erler||Eunice Hacker|
I am not a relative. Would you like to maintain this memorial? I would be happy to transfer to you.
|Dave Thomas||RE: Nota Taber Hoffine|
Thank you for your note. I was really surprised and pleased to hear from you. You're right, my grandfather, Harley Taber was Homer's younger brother.
Nota and Earl used to come visit my mother (still living at age 90), her first cousin and share all of her research experiences and family visits.
|Blytha & Donald Ellis||Cassie E. Driver|
Sorry, in my last email, I should have said, the 1860 census shows C. E. Robertson (female) as head of the household with a 7-month-old child names Jos Robertson, and no husband in the home, and with the 60-year-old woman named S. E. Cummings (whom I assume might be her mother). So, Cassie's maiden name might have been Cummings, if that helps.
|Blytha & Donald Ellis||RE: Daniel Driver's wife Cassie|
I don't really know much about Cassie. The marriage record shows that Daniel Driver married "Mrs. Cassa E. Graves" in 1869, and that she was from Macon County. So Graves was her married name at this time. I don't remember how I figured out that she had been married to a Robertson unless it was because there was a 10-year-old boy named Josiah Robert in the home in the 1870 census. There is also an Oscar Graves, age 21, in the home at this time but this 1870 census does not show relationship. It shows him as a "domestic servant" but I suspect he might have been a step-son of Cassie Graves. He was 21 and Cassie was 33 or 35 in this census, so I think she would be too young to be his mother. Besides, the Robertson boy is younger. There is a 71-yr-old woman also living with the family in this census named Sarah Commings/Cummings. The 1860 census brings on even more questions. A Mr. C. E. Robertson, age 24, is living in Macon County, Mo. with no wife, a son names Jos Robertson age 7 months, and a 60-year-old woman named S. K. Cummings is living in the household. I am at a loss to figure that one out.
|Jenifer Bishop Blood||RE: Peter Guinn Retherford|
You are most welcome!
|Geocacher Gh0ast||Sarah Blades|
Unfortunately many headstones have been toppled, damaged, or are completely unreadable in old st louis cemetery. I tried to locate but cannot do so.
Sorry I don't live there He Husband is buried in the Driesel Cemetary near the Dutch Chapel Cem in Embree Mo. Send out an request for her headstone and ask that person for any info. Hope you can find some
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