|Caryn Hood (#46777279)|
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When I was born, we lived in Caldwell County, MO and now live in Daviess County, MO. I have lived in these two counties all my life, except for 7 years when I was a child and lived near Abilene, KS. |
I have always enjoyed sitting at the table at family dinners and hearing the older people tell stories about people and times in the past.
I became involved in looking for my genealogy when I got a computer a few years ago. My grandparents are buried in Caldwell County and some of my great and great-great grandparents as well. Some of the names I am researching are LOONEY, SLOAN, FARR, GREEN on my side and HOOD, GARRISON, STORY, HARRIS on my husband's side.
If you are looking for further information on Caldwell or Daviess County, Missouri ancestors, the following are some of my favorite websites:
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|David L Aten Sr||Grave Stome Picture|
I uploaded a more readable stone picture for Marion Ramey #42220921 and wife Jemima C Wilkins Ramey #42220938. If you find this intrusive let me know and I will remove them. Thank You. David L Aten, Sr #47345231
I would like to know if you wouldn't mind transfering my grandparents George Quinn 11913417,and Mary Francis McCollum Quinn 11907660 to me
Thank you Candy Quinn 46480039
Thank you for the transfers.
Thank you so much for the transfer.
|Audrey Caffee||John C Newman|
I have found the following obituary for John C Newman #105691869 and thought you might like to add it to your memorial. Thank you.
The Kansas City Star
Monday, February 8, 1943
Page 7 column 3-4
END TO JOHN. C. NEWMAN.
Trenton Man Was Father of the
Late O. H. Newman.
(By The Star's Own Service)
TRENTON, MO., Feb. 8.-- John C. Newman, 80, prominent Trenton resident, died at his home here Sunday following an illness lasting six months. Mr. New man was born in Shelby County, Indiana, in 1862, but moved to Grundy County in 1869.
In addition to farming acticities near Trenton, he served for a time as county collector, as county treasurer two terms, and also asa member of the county court two terms, serving oneterm as presiding judge.
He was the father of OrionH. Newman, who was telegraph editor of The Kansas City Star at the time of his death in 1937.
Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Elgin Sager and Mrs. Harold Boyer, both of Trenton.
Funeral services will be held at the Davis Funeral home here Tuesday afternoon conducted by the Rev. Wilson Hammond and the Rev. J. E. Jones. Burial will be in the Odd Fellows cemetery at Edinburg.
|Sammy Evans||Rose Hill - Breckenridge, MO|
I am the last living relative of the Ben Evans family from the Lick Fork area of Caldwell county.
My oldest brother Floyd was married to Lucretia May Losh and was Stanley's father. I added a picture of him when he was about 10, just before his passing.
|Brent Rogers||connecting the dots......|
From my Great Great Grandfather Levi Rogers # 119113475 to his father Jacob S. Rogers # 11913539 it seems you created both, can you link them together? Please and thank you.
Thank You very much !!!!!
|Jigger Staby||info. on David Calvin?|
Karen--thanks for all your faithful work on helping folks find their ancestors. You are the resource on James Albert Calvin; I am looking for death info. (place, burial, etc.) for his father, David Calvin (middle name was Isaiah, but it is often shown as David J. Calvin. Born in 1844 and died around 1904; lived in Kansas City in 1902 and 1903. I would appreciate any leads you may have. Family info. says that he could be buried in Weatherby, DeKalb County. So any connections there would be super.
Thanks for the Early picture from Graceland cemetery. It is greatly appreciate it.
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