|JARROTT P. COX||Todd vernon county Mo.|
I have an news paper were a George and James Todd brother's were killed in a saw mill boiler explosion
in 1901 . If interested please remind me of Enterprise April 12,1901 pg. 7 .
|Kristy Rice||RE: Ora (Robinson) Robertson|
No problem Vicki. My husband and I decided when we started this to do our best to make everything accurate. We promise to get dirty if it means getting the right information. Well I let him do the dirty work! Thank you. And I hope this helps you or anyone for that matter!
Thank you again, Kristy & Scott Rice
|Romper90069||RE: Isabelle (West) De Young|
Wow, that is very kind of you! James
|Mountain Traveler||RE: Thomas Marshall|
Thomas could very well be at Quaker Knob Cemetery. It is such an old, old cemetery. One of the oldest around this county. Big open areas suggest graves with no markers any longer, if they ever did. It is quite obvious that there are a lot of burials there that no one will ever know about either unless they were in the church records. The church that stands next to the cemetery is vacant and has been so for many, many years.
|Susie Moss (Fortner/Blair)||RE: Elizabeth Fortner|
|Naomi R. Glispey Pemelton||Thank you for the information|
Nathan Monroe Tyler has been linked to his Parents
|Arleta ♥||Ruth Frances Williams Ragsdale|
Thank you for parents links; they are greatly appreciated. Have a blessed day!
Added by Arleta ♥ on Sep 03, 2013 6:00 AM
|Linda Doile Morris||RE: Issac Horton / Martha (Horton) Sexton|
Vicky, You most likely don't remember me but some years ago we wrote back and forth. lol I belong to the Yeakley family in Missouri. I also researched the New Hope Montly Meeting in Greene Co., Tennessee.
|Linda Doile Morris||Isaac Horton|
Vicky, Martha belonged to Isaac and Margaret Martin. I do not know where Margaret is buried but...Isaac is #86081392. He is buried with his second wife, Ann Yeakley in Quaker Knob Cemetery in Rheatown.
|Patricia Gilliland Devoti||RE: Mary Jane (Peyton) Hays|
Everything I do always looks perfect until I go back & look and then I find all of my blunders.
Are you a Wellsville person? my dad grew up there so I love working in that town but my name Gilliland is the one I have the most trouble with of all the ones I work with, gets me craze.
Pat Gilliland Devoti
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