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Scot Stout (#47240157)
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Bio Photo not much to tell... i'm interested in genealogy, classical music, foreign cuisines & gourmet cooking, old houses, gardening, & probably some other stuff i'm forgetting to mention.

if you have a few moments, please say hi to the love of my life - #107295167.

i'll transfer a memorial according to the guidelines. please use the edit tab to suggest a correction. i usually make the correction within 24 hours. if not, i'm on vacation.

please do not use my photographs on other web sites, or you will be reported as this is against the law.
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Glenita Randolph Guthrie
I will delete my entry as you said to do but at the time I listed mine there was no other even is her date is a day earlier. There is a way to pull this off and get more entries but that is not the way I work. Thanks for catching this even though is it disturbing and embarrassing. Keep up your work,
Added by Glenita Randolph Guthrie on Feb 25, 2015 12:28 PM
Lindan S Caldwell
RE: caywood 7994489
I am not related that I know of,just think he was very interesting,heard he married a little money,hence the top notch midget car that he raced all over the US.
Added by Lindan S Caldwell on Feb 24, 2015 4:49 PM
Lindan S Caldwell
Rawley Caywood
Are you related to Charles R Caywood # 7994489 ?
Added by Lindan S Caldwell on Feb 24, 2015 2:38 PM
Karen Richardson
Nancy and Elias
If Both Nancy Bradson/Bradum whichever were married in 1842 and 1846 how will we determine who is who/ Any idea;s 2 help me
Added by Karen Richardson on Feb 23, 2015 8:37 AM
Karen Richardson
nancy Bradum or Bradson
The nancy i have is 4 elias and Nancy C Bradson/Bradum and Nancy Elizabeth
Added by Karen Richardson on Feb 23, 2015 6:36 AM
Karen Richardson
Elias Brannum
I have found 3 marriage records. 2 to the same woman. Both named Nancy. Nancy C and Nancy Stephenson.Birdie's death certificate says her mother's maiden name was Greene. I have the obituary 4 Nancy she died in 1891? it says Mrs Elias Brannum of Arcadia. Nancy Stephenson died later
Added by Karen Richardson on Feb 22, 2015 3:55 PM
Sue Seeterlin Rice
RE: adding links
Thanks Scot, I will try it this way.
Added by Sue Seeterlin Rice on Feb 12, 2015 9:32 AM
Times Up
Clifton Cleo Looney

Clifton Cleo Looney, long time resident of Polson, Lake County, Montana, passed away 21 January 2015, after a recent illness.

Graveside service & burial will be conducted 1pm Saturday, 21 February, 2015 at New Home Church cemetery, Gatewood, Ripley County, Missouri.

Cleo, as he was known to family and friends back home, was born 10 October 1926 in the rural community of Baker Den, near the township of Warm Springs, Randolph County, Arkansas.

He is survived by: former spouse Merlene Osborne-Looney of Wynne, AR; sisters Elwanda Riley of Kirksey, KY, and Bonnie Doran of Pocahontas, AR; daughters Terry Looney-Smith of San Jacinto, CA, and Debbie Perron Of Bauxite, AR; sons Steve Looney of Port Saint Lucie, FL, Keith Looney of Wynne, AR, and Jason Looney of Wynne, AR; twelve grandchildren, twenty great-grandchildren, and extended family, friends and acquaintances.

Cleo was preceded in death by: his parents Jason Franklin Looney and Ida Bell Johnson-Looney; first spouse Clara Audean Coe-Looney; sisters Notra Looney, Thelma Hunter and Juanita Nacsin; and brothers Truman Looney, Robert Looney and Ulysses Looney.

His career included: farming, ranching, manufacturing and transportation. He was an avid sportsman, enjoying hunting, fishing and baseball especially the St. Louis Cardinals. He was also a charter member of the historic Shepherd Hills chapter of Case Knife Collectors.

He descended from a long line of pioneers who settled in America as early as 1720, fought in the Revolutionary War, and explored the frontier among them his great-great-grandfather William Looney, one of the first settlers on Eleven Point River in northeast Arkansas as early as 1802.
SOURCE: Edwards Funeral Home
Added by Times Up on Feb 11, 2015 3:06 PM
Mary Bishop
John Hunt
According to the Guidelines of Find a Grave, John Hunt is my 4th grandfather.
Added by Mary Bishop on Feb 02, 2015 2:06 PM
RE: wrong photo
If you will look on the bottom of the stone, it reads baby boy Reynolds.they share a stone!!!
Added by Tina&James on Jan 30, 2015 2:34 PM
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