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|Judith (Racobs) Hutchison||Grave location Please|
Can you tell me where the Grave of Benjamin Clarence Berdard is located in the Evansdale Cemetery?
I am a caretaker of this cemetery and there is no stone in it with this name.
Please and thank you for what you do.
|GrannyAZ||RE: Ann Murphy Hartman|
sorry it took so long//i was not aware of messages//put her obit on line at find a grave
Added by GrannyAZ on Apr 20, 2016 6:04 PM
|Rick Bushong||RE: Raydene Dennis|
That would be ....her father was Cecil Bell, 1912-1940.
|Rick Bushong||RE: Raydene Dennis|
Thank you for your interest in the Bushong genealogy. Yes, I have done research on the Bushong line and I have to say, you're wrong, if you think Evelyn Raydene, is a daughter of Jesse Orville Bushong. Orville was married three times, two times to a Hazel. First to Hazel Sherrell, then in 1944 to Hazel Pool Bell, then to Agnes Coe.
It was Hazel Pool Bell, his second wife, that was Evelyn Radene Bell's mother, and her father was They're listed in the 1940 Missouri census. It's not known when Cecil and Hazel were married, but it's safe to assume before Evelyn Radene's birth, Sep 23 1936. I'm not sure, which obituaries you're referring to, but they can often be incorrect, with step-children and step-siblings, mixed into them. Sometimes they're called their children or brother and sisters. But I believe that Raydene's own obituary probably states it best.
"Raydene was born September 23, 1936, in Douglas County, Mo., to the late Cecil Bell and Hazel (Pool) Bell Bushong.
So with her birth in 1936 and her mother's marriage to Orville in 1944, as well as Raydene's obituary, it would seem to be pretty clear. Her father was Cecil Bell.
I'm sure you're aware of the Bushong-Bell family relationship, since Orville's mother was born a Bell, I haven't connected all the Bell's together, but the Bell family of Missouri was obviously a large family. However it is all the more interesting that, Orville's second wife had first married a Bell, then Orville, this in light of the fact that Orville was convicted of the murder of Bye Bell, in 1922. So if you are related to Raydene, in this case it is probably preferable to also be related to Cecil Bell, instead of Orville.
I hope this helps.
|Lisa Gunter McGowan||RE: Homer Luther Smith|
I see. I do not recognize the name.
|Lisa Gunter McGowan||RE: Luther Homer Smith|
Where is he buried?
|Rhonda Herndon||Lou R. Byerley|
Hi Theresa. I can't figure it out. It looks like a N or M. She is listed in the 1920 Oz Co. MO census as being 27 the daughter of John W and Mary E. Byerley.
Do you happen to know anything about the Wilson Brown and Nancy C. Brown family who lived in the Brush Creek twp Do Co MO? They don't seem to be related the Browns from Indiana.
|History Girl||RE: Myra Margaret Robertson|
I am not sure the name of husband; possibly Wayne Robertson?
|Judith (Racobs) Hutchison||RE: Daisy Strong|
Sorry to take so long in answering.
Daisy and Ransell were cousins but not first cousins.
Daisy's Mother Sidney Hutchison and Ransell Hutchison's Grandfather Samuel B. Hutchison were brother and sister. Daisy's first husband was Harl Elliott. Their son Harley or Tom as he was locally known and Ransell were great friends as kids growing up in the same area.
Thank you for all you do.
Judith Racobs Hutchison, Ransell's wife
|T Burt||RE: Ole K. Lee|
I don't know of any info. There are 70 James Clarks in Find A Grave in MN alone and 13 Ida Clarks. Without more info I'd only be guessing. Sorry I can't help.
Added by T Burt on Sep 25, 2015 9:09 PM
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