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I have been working on our Family genelogy "McMillian, Baucom,Springer, Jones,Eaton,Hathaway & McConnell" for the past 50 years. I really enjoy seeing the Memorials Placed on Find a grave.|
I am a High School Graduate and have worked as an accountant and later as an internal auditor for a Major Bank in my area.
I am 75 years of age and have Very limited mobility.
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|Jane ||RE: Phillip Stuart Wherry|
You are very welcome!
Added by Jane on Jul 15, 2016 2:20 PM
|Madeline Welch||RE: Mary Lavinia McMillian 40574241|
Hello. I'm Henry, son of Madeline, who passed in September. I'm struggling to continue the genealogy research that my mom had been doing for the last half century of her life.
According to the records that I have, when Robert married Ann W. Crain in January 1844, he used the full name Robert Beauchamp McMillen and listed his Father as John Littleberry McMillen and mother as Margret (Peggy) Hinde.
I do not have access to his birth records or death certificate though. His DOB is estimated abt 1818 and he died in 1880.
I promised mom that I would not make any changes to any records unless I had undeniable proof as she was a stickler for details, so I won't make any changes in her PAF or any other documents without a birth certificate, death certificate or positive proof. If you can provide such documents, please advise. Thanks.
|Joe Stoner||RE: Robert Harvey McMillian|
I looked for William Holsenbeck as well, but couldn't find him. I will try again later.
|Laura Huffman||RE: Nancy B Branson & Alfred Pickering|
I am glad that you were able to find what you were looking for! :)
|JHarrison||RE: Homer Thurman McMillian|
That is fine, I am so glad you were able to go for yourself. I think it is so much fun when you are able to do it and then find other family members. So happy for you, it is a beautiful cemetery.
|JHarrison||RE: Homer McMillian|
Ok thank you so much, have a good evening.
If you could call the cemetery, Englewood, Clinton, Henry, MO and find the block, lot, and grave # and contact me with the info and to post it on his memorial, there over 13,000 graves in this cemetery. thank you
|Laura Huffman||Nancy B Branson & Alfred Pickering|
I have been working on locating all the cemeteries in Pulaski County, Missouri since the summer of 2009. I have yet to track Pickering Cemetery down. Keep me in mind if someone finds it, I would love to get to visit.
|ReLyRoTh||RE: Francis Eaton|
Thank you for the death date geegee and also for the photo you uploaded to his memorial!!
Added by ReLyRoTh on Mar 17, 2012 1:05 PM
|roots56||RE: Leland Maurice Eaton|
I don't know! Not a good answer but the only one I have. I did not originally create Leland's F-A-G memorial; it was created by the Ralph Stark Heritage Center through the folks at the Lebanon Public Library. The EATON surname is in my son-in-law's ancestry and when I contacted the Heritage Center with additional information I learned it's no longer an active F-A-G participant but offered to transfer the memorial to me. I've visited both Oak Hill and Elizaville cemeteries but I can't positively say in which cemetery Leland is buried. It is interesting to note that his stone and Lovina's do not match in their appearance.
My son-in-law's connection is through William Greenup EATON s/o Leland and his first wife; Leland being his 3rd great-grandfather. If you wish, I'm more than happy to exchange information. My direct email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by roots56 on Mar 04, 2012 11:59 AM
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