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Nancy J. Miller (#46973916)
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Bio Photo Retired legal secretary; began genealogy in 1987 and haven't stopped since. Live in Bloomington, IL the county seat for McLean County. Always ready to research and to help others.
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Robert Jones
Shepherd
Hi Again Nancy, You are so helpful. Thanks a million for all of the good information. I am making corrections and additions in areas of the family where I was pretty stuck. Your work in invaluable. I wonder if you can find out anything about Thomas N. Shepherd, son of William and Christiana Jones Sheperd. He was born in 1871 and died (we think) prior to 1910 in Bloomington. He married Mary Demoss and they had two children, William F., and Elda Grace. I have found Mary and the children but cannot find a resting place or date of death for Thomas. It would make sense that he is in City Cemetery but no luck so far. Thanks for any light you might be able to shed.
Added by Robert Jones on Sep 02, 2015 3:29 PM
Robert Jones
Shepherd
Hi Nancy, Thanks so much for your help and information gathering for my Shepherd family. William's first wife, Christina, was my Dad's aunt.
Added by Robert Jones on Aug 31, 2015 8:33 AM
Lois and Daughters
Gasco
I cannot see the stone. It has been very helpful to add where the information came from - I do not think this is against Find A Grave rules - many contributors do this to protect themselves. I have had occasions where something was added and it was wrong. Hope you understand.
Added by Lois and Daughters on Jul 30, 2015 6:06 AM
 

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