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Shirley Eckenfels (#47230956)
 member for 5 years, 3 months, 11 days
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I was born on November 25, 1933 to Melvin Ira Murray and Dorothy May {nee Moller} Murray. I live at 4807 Blackberry Lane, Stover, Missouri, 65078. I have the following children, Anna Mae Sell, Ruth Ann Hawkins passed away, Martha Ray Padgett passed away, Rose Marie Loyd, Sandra Kay Hawkins, Melvin Ray Padgett and Sherry Lynn Helzer. My 1st. Husband was William Ray Padgett and 2nd. Husband is August F. Eckenfels.
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 • 15 Memorials Added
 • 15 Memorials Managed
 • 62 Virtual Flowers
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Jane Chamberlain
Ellen and Oda Hunt
Hi Shirley,
I had contacted you last October regarding Ellen and Oda Hunt. If you can still help me I would like to hear from you.
Jane Elliott Chamberlain
Added by Jane Chamberlain on Mar 03, 2014 4:55 PM
Jane Chamberlain
Oda and Ellen Hunt
Hi Shirley,
Sorry your husband is in the hospital and hope all goes well with him. Please contact me when you have the time. Thanks, Jane
Added by Jane Chamberlain on Oct 06, 2013 7:32 PM
Jane Chamberlain
I am trying to find information on Oda and Ellen nee Hunt. Ellen was married to my great uncle Floyd Elliott and they lived in the St. Louis area. I think Oda was married to Walter Drinning. If you can help please contact me.
Added by Jane Chamberlain on Oct 02, 2013 1:24 PM
Charlene Noll
RE: Cindy
Cindy is MY sister and MY father adopted her! The obits was wrong! Cindy is a Jennings
Added by Charlene Noll on Apr 06, 2013 8:06 AM
Lynn Marie Vint
Dennis Eckenfels

No, I'm not related. I have photographed all the stones at Fee Fee Cemetery and have tried to make a memorial on Find A Grave for all the folks who are buried there.

I found Dennis' name listed in a St. Louis Genealogical Society publication that said he was buried at Fee Fee. I then did a little research on him so that I could add a short bio to his memorial. I found his Missouri death certificate and used it to try to write a few lines for him.

Was Dennis your husband's son? Would you like me to transfer his memorial to you, or do you have other information you would like me to include? Just let me know.

I did add a list of his siblings today when I saw that you had mentioned them when you added your flowers.

Please accept my condolences if Dennis was a member of your family. The ones who die so young always touch my heart.

Added by Lynn Marie Vint on Mar 14, 2011 3:11 PM

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