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|R. L. Vaughn||David B. Ray, Jr|
Thought I'd touch base with you on David B. Ray, Jr. and see if we can figure out where the differences are in our info.
You mention that the census has David B. Ray, Jr. born to D. B. and Maron F. Ray in 1865 (and therefore I have one generation missing in the link). I have Donald Dennis Ray as born in 1865 to David Burcham Ray and Maron F. Ray. He shows up in the censuses with them in 1870 (TN) and 1880 (MO) as D. D. and Denis. I do not show D. B. and Maron with a child named David. I show David Burcham Ray (b. 1830) marrying Maron Francis James in Kentucky in 1852. Maron died in 1894. In 1894 or 1895 (sources vary and I haven't found the marriage certificate) David Burcham Ray married Elva Cecilia Stockbridge. I have as their children David B. Ray, Jr., Grace Ray, Ruth Ray, Fredrick Ray and Joseph Ray. [Baptist History Homepage gives 5 children, four still living in 1922 (but doesn't name them): http://baptisthistoryhomepage.com/ray.d.b.obits.html] I may have gotten something wrong; but if David B. Ray, Jr. belongs to a missing son, then he is not the child of Elva C. Ray. Elva was the second wife of David Burcham Ray.
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|Sarah Bach||Col. Sol Palmer|
Thanks so much for transferring the memorial. I am thrilled to be able to connect him to his parents and siblings.
|Downing||RE: James Ralph Guthrie Jr|
That obituary I got on a genealogy trip to Camp Point, Illinois several years ago. If you have ancestors that lived in Adams Co., Illinois. You can view Quincy Ill. newspapers from 1850-1926. At the Quincy public library web sight.
Added by Downing on Jun 15, 2016 9:19 PM
|Lezza||Sarah S Sparks|
Thank you very much for catching the Samuel Sparks snafu. I realized what I'd done the second I hit send. If you'd accepted it, I was going to go back and remove it. Thank you.
Added by Lezza on Jun 05, 2016 9:45 PM
|Ken T||RE: Halladay|
Added by Ken T on Jun 04, 2016 3:57 AM
|Nancy Garbero||Belle Fay|
Thank you so much for transfering Belle Fay's site!
Nancy Mears Garbero
|Jess E. Bromley||Daniel Skinner 104001953|
The information for the edit requests I've made come from the book on Bromley genealogy by Viola Bromley copyright 1911.
Thank you very much
Thanks for processing the edits and links so quickly for the Staggs at Bellefontaine. Much appreciated!
Added by Sunnyann on May 23, 2016 6:35 AM
Sorry about that date on Samuel. I have two, the 7th and the 9th, and am waiting to see the film on the one dated the 7th.
Yes, Mable was another sibling. For her I have the dates 18 Jun 1887 - 25 Jan 1892.
Besides Mable, Samuel and Lolla (Charlotte); there is also a William J (7 Aug 1880 - 7 Jan 1885) and a Sarah (aka Sadie) (abt 1878 - 16 Jan 1885) also at Bellfontaine. Joseph would not be part of this particular family because there was a sibling Joseph E who was born in 1883 and died in 1959. I'll keep an eye out for him as I continue to work on this tree.
Thanks for the work you do. I do sincerely appreciate it.
Added by catl8e on May 14, 2016 4:03 PM
|Anna Jaech||David Ives Bushnell|
Thanks for dealing with this article. I was fascinated by David and his father. I have never read an obituary as involved as his! It gave long, specific directions for traffic flow (StL.P.D.) To & after the procession to Bellefontaine; then, to his home for the private reception, even though it was just off Delmar. He was like no other, so I will grant him his private mausoleum......
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