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Terri Hobbs (#47631971)
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Karen A.
Albert T. Davis 80184675
Thank you for the offer but it is not necessary to transfer Albert to me. I was helping a friend locate information, and she is the one related to that line. His death notice came from the Marshall Republican in Saline Co. MO.
Added by Karen A. on Mar 29, 2015 6:31 PM
j. bradley
Emma Boillot
Terry You are welcome & thanks for adding the info. I to am related to the Boillots also. My Great-grandfather William T. "Tean" Bradley married Ada P. Boillot.thanks Also have you seen "The Boillot Family Record"? Osage county Historical Society has a copy! jim
Added by j. bradley on Jan 04, 2015 6:20 PM
j. bradley
Emma Boillot #41670974
Terry Hi! Just found an obit clipping on Emma (family records). It reads; MISS EMMA BOILLOT
Miss Emma Boillot, 94, Merriam, died Friday in the St. Joseph Home, Kansas City, Kan. She was born in Osage County, Mo., and had lived in this area since 1929. Miss Boillot was a cook at Pennington's Fried Chicken before she retired in 1941. She was a member of the Hickman Mills Community Christian Church. She leaves a sister, Mrs. Golden Miller of the home. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Meyer Chapel, Chamois, Mo. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Amos Chapel. (dated 7-26-85)The Boillots are part of my dad's ancestors.Thanks
Added by j. bradley on Jan 02, 2015 7:52 PM
Raymond Shaefer
RE: Virginia Boillot
The other duplicate is Marie Therese Virginia Courtot (#76542430) in same cemetery.
Added by Raymond Shaefer on Oct 04, 2014 11:45 PM
Karen Zimmerman
please update birth date
Birth for Thomas Lewis would be August 23, 1846, if the timeline given and death date are figured in.
Added by Karen Zimmerman on Apr 12, 2014 2:27 AM
Karen Zimmerman
Infant Webb at Grand Pass Methodist cemetery in Missouri
I am certain I saw the memorial stone for this baby when I was in Grand Pass recently. I will attempt to get a photo and upload.
Added by Karen Zimmerman on Apr 12, 2014 2:05 AM
J.L.
photo
I just put in a photo request for Lucille Chevalier in Malta Bend and afterward noticed that you already put one including her's on her husband Frank's page. If you'd like to claim Lucille's I'm giving you a heads up. Thanks.
Added by J.L. on Mar 19, 2014 4:00 PM
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Robert Duvall
Terri, could you please provide the memorial # of this duplicate?

Best Regards!
Added by Member # 47526185 on Sep 18, 2013 6:23 PM
Harvey Pearson
Romey Smith-Cora (Hostetter) Smith family
Thank You for linking this family together.The two children that are not linked are their son Billy Donald Smith,(1933-2006) and daughter Betty Loretta Lou Key,(1931-1998) both of whom are supposed to be buried in Waverly according to my family records.Ivor Kay Warner,(1916-1997 should be buried in either Grand Pass or Waverly. Sorry,but I don't have a specific burial site for him nor do I know whether or not he was cremated.

Harvey Pearson
Added by Harvey Pearson on Mar 11, 2013 2:25 PM
K. E. P.
Samuel McReynolds Callaway Jr.
Could you see is Nancy Palmer Harrell's 1st husband, Samuel Callaway is buried in the Val Halla or Waverly Cemetery? He was born Feb. 25, 1893 and died in March 1948. He's the son of Samuel McReynolds Callaway Sr. (1854-1929) and Sarah Martha "Sallie" Zoll (1859-1919). His father (Sr.) is buried in the Waverly Cemetery, so I'm assuming that he's there too (or Val Halla).
Thanks,
Karen
Added by K. E. P. on Feb 19, 2013 10:51 PM
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