|Mac Mitchell (#47156752)|
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Carol and I have been searching our families' history for a while and have uncovered fascinating facts (and rumors) about both our families.|
We are searching mostly in Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Nebraska, although our histories are spread all over the south and midwest. We are searching for the Mitchell, Daley, Chester, Ellsworth, Johnson and Meyer families and would welcome any information or requests for information from fellow searchers.
In the meantime, keep those records coming in to FindAGrave and help us all find out where we came from -- and where we're going.
Thanks, Mac and Carol
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|Nancy Collins||Eva Fay Bush Denton Allamon|
Hello, may I use your photograph of Eva Fay Bush Denton Allamon and other family photos you may have taken for my ancestry tree - giving you full credit. Thank you
|Minta Wilson||RE: J C McClung|
Thanks Mac. I was in Merkel at homecoming and walked thru the McClung graves. I thank you very much for updating the ones that you did.
Minta McAninch Wilson
|Jim Semple, Jr.||RE: Edwin McEwin|
Thank you, Mac
|Cheryl (Beall) Heeth||Thank You!|
Thank you so much, for taking care of these memorials over the years, and you have been great adding the information I have ask to be added in the past.You are an amazing person!
|Ms. Clyde||RE: Uncle Huck|
No relation; I just came across these obits that I had collected (I hate to say almost 20 years ago), and want to long these in before throwing them away. I'll try sending again this morning.
|Ms. Clyde||Uncle Huck|
It's small, about 3-4" in length; no photo. I just tried to send to you via email. Let me know if you didn't get it, and I'll try again.
|Minta Wilson||J C McClung|
This is the note from my cousin. "Yes, we saw one for him. It is in the same area as the other McClung graves, but right behind them, I think."
I'm still on the hunt before I delete his entry in Rose Hill Cemetery.
|Minta Wilson||McClung plots|
Thanks for posting the pictures. I really appreciate it--now, if I can solve the case of J. C. McClung. I am wondering now if he and Ella were divorced and she was buried close to her infant son in Merkel rather than buried next to J. C. in Fisher County.
|Minta Wilson||J C McClung|
Mac, thanks for looking. My cousins had reported that there was a tombstone for him in Rose Hill that was near his two wives and two infants and that the tombstone looked almost identical to the one that I had located in Fisher County. I wonder why his second wife was buried in Merkel several years after his death. Their daughter is buried in Fisher County. The tombstone in Fisher County has Father etched on it and the identical tombstone in Rose Hill for the second wife has Mother etched on it. Another genealogy mystery.
Thanks for your time.
|Lonestar||RE: Sam Jackson|
Thank you so much, Mac. That's very much appreciated , and I hope to do a fitting memorial page for him.
Added by Lonestar on Jul 20, 2014 9:20 PM
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