|James M. Bagby (#46826800)|
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I do the Bagby Family Genealogy & their in laws.|
It's been a kick, I have met some real nice people. I hate to admit that some graves I will never find of my realitives. I will keep trying.
99.9% of all I have listed are related to me.
new bagbyfamily web site
It will hyperlink you to several other websites that i have done
Reed & Milnes names
old Bagby web site
Here is a special thank you to all that have helped with photos, additions & corrections. You make it all possible.
Merry Christmas & a Happy new year
James M Bagby Indep. MO
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|Deborah Myers||Bagby Cemetery|
I found information on your Bagby family tree about the Confederate burials at Bagby Cemetery. My great-great-grandfather J. Hawley Lowe was one of those Confederate soldiers who is buried there. Is the location of those graves visible? I was told there is a mound. Do you have any photos of the actual location. I'd like to visit the cemetery to see his burial spot but am not sure I can locate the burial mound since it isn't marked. Thanks for any help you can give.
|Norman Cross||Cheryln Kay (Twyman) Reed|
I see you have her listed in Oakwood Cemetery in Macon, Mo. but in your bio it mentions burial to be in East Oakwood Cemetery in Bevier, MO.
|Lynnea (Bullock) Dickinson||Rebecca Terrill|
A more likely place of burial for Rebecca is in the Old Smith Graveyard in Union Twp., Daviess Co., Missouri. There are only 2 stones still standing, but the stones are those of Rebecca's daughter-in-law, Mary Terrill (wife of Oliver) and Erma Terrill, daughter of Oliver & Mary. It may be prudent to list Rebecca's place of burial as unknown, so as to not cause any possible confusion.
Regards - Lynnea
|David Trout||RE: Winn|
For some reason I just recieved the alert for this message. Im traveling right now and can delete this when I get back home. Just waned to make sure that were still duplicates.
I did find out however that the duplication was caused by a link from ancestry.com. I have eliminated that link, sorry for the confusion.
|KsCityKim||RE: Lewis G Ferguson|
Hi James - I will look into these for you shortly. Give me a few days - have family issues the next couple days I have to deal with, but will see what I can find in the records. Bear with me! :)
|Karen K||Earl Irwin Bagby|
You mentioned on his page to let you know if there was a second wife. I believe his second wife was my 1st cousin 3x removed, Stella Madeline Stopper, as her second husband. They were married on 7 Mar 1927 in Chillicothe, Livingston, Missouri. I had the name as Earl IrVin but I think it is the same person. Stella is buried near her parents in Kahoka Cem., Kahoka, Clark Co. Missouri, as Stella Bagby. Stella was divorced from her first husband, Norris Earl Hunter. No children listed in the 1930 census.
Added by Karen K on Feb 24, 2014 7:05 PM
|Laurie Willis||RE: Evelyn Bagby marker|
I am very sorry I couldn't search sooner for your request. However, we have had a lot of very bad weather. Also, this was the first time I have been able to search for graves as I almost lost my son in a wreck. I did look at every marker in this cemetery today. I found NO names that matched your request.
Can you tell me if there is an Excello Cemetery in Macon County?
I find two records for my ancestor Henry Eames who was buried 15 Apr 1904 after being killed in a mine in Huntsville, Randolph County. I have newspaper accounts which, I think, you originally sent me but it never said where he was buried. There were no death certificates in MO at that time so just appreciate any help anyone can give. Thank You!
|Kelly Riley||RE: CG Milnes|
Yes, it is. Thank you. I just didn't want any confusion later that Herschel may have had another son. Thank you again for help.
|Kelly Riley||RE: C. G. Milnes|
Clifford was born years after Herschel died. Years after Herschel died Sarah had a relationship with Forrest Sumpter that produced a child, but no marriage. Sarah was my aunt. That is how I know about this.
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