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LC (#46790385)
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Sarah "Sally" Laughlin
Thank you so very much for the transfers. I really appreciate it.
Added by Mary on Apr 25, 2015 5:15 PM
RE: John O.M. Laughlin
Thank you so much for transferring John O. M. Laughlin [56618418]and his wife Elizabeth [56807403] to me.
Would you also consider transfering his mother - Sarah(Sally)Laughlin[56807403] to me
Thank You

Mary [47193217]
Added by Mary on Apr 24, 2015 9:38 AM
Linda McGahan
Hi Lc.
MillieBelle just transferred Elmer & Pauline to me so I'm passing them on to you.
I don't have any photo's and there was not one with his obit.
Sorry it would be nice to have pictures and I'm sure there would be one or two around if you could make contact with his children.
Good luck to you...
Take care!
Added by Linda McGahan on Apr 23, 2015 8:55 PM
John O.M. Laughlin
Are you related to the Laughlins from Burns City?
Most, if not all, that are buried in the Mount Zion Cemetery are some relation to me. John O.M. Laughlin [56618418] is my gggrandfather, Elizabeth Gyger Laughlin [5618441] is my gggrandmother. Would you consider transferring their memorials to me? Thank you. Mary(#47193217)
Added by Mary on Apr 22, 2015 10:43 AM
Linda McGahan
Contact me by my email and I'll send you some information. It's way to much to post here. put Jungclaus in the subject line.
I got the pictures today so I'll be posting all evening if you will contact me I'll keep all this out. If you can find something on Herman Jungclaus he came to America from Hanover, Niedersachsen, Germany. In 1839 my Catherine's husband Goffried Mueller came to America with Pastor Martin Stephen. They were called the Saxon Emigration left Germany because they were being told what to preach. Our gg-grandmother came with her step-mother in 1850. Herman Jungclaus may have been already here.
Uniontown, Altenburg, Appletown and all the small Germa town's in Perry Co., Missouri is a good place to look for your family because these people settled in the southeastern part of Missouri.
Email me. Linda
Added by Linda McGahan on Mar 11, 2015 4:28 PM
Linda McGahan
Hi LC;
The name Jungclas is in our family tree, and they came from Germany to St. Louis, Mo.. We have been taking photo's at Oak Hill and I know where these stone are located and will be getting your request for them in the next day of two.
I was just wondering if we have a connection. If so we would be happy to share data. Would you please contact me?
Linda McGahan
Added by Linda McGahan on Mar 11, 2015 6:22 AM
Susie Henderson
RE: Tomstone you show for Sadie May
What part of the cemetery is the stone located in?
Added by Susie Henderson on Dec 20, 2014 1:09 PM
Susie Henderson
Tomstone you show for Sadie May
The tombstone you are showing for a Sadie May on Sadie May Harris McCutcheon's page is not hers. I have posted the tombstone she has with her second husband George Washington McCutcheon. Please remove the one found laying down.
Added by Susie Henderson on Dec 20, 2014 11:19 AM
two additional sons
Hampton edward forbes 1902
Added by Daf on Nov 06, 2014 6:44 PM
Norma McCutcheon Gilbert
RE: 64827494
Added by Norma McCutcheon Gilbert on Nov 06, 2014 12:42 AM
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