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|Deborah Hash||Virgia Sanders Memorial|
Hi, can you please advise where you got the birth date for Virgia? Her date of Birth on her death certificate is shown as 11 March with a death date of 10 March. I suspect these two dates should be reversed and that the date you have in January is incorrect. If you have proof of the January date please provide it to me.
|Ruth Harris Carver||Carvers|
I just found my original message regarding the Carvers. Thank you so much for making the additions/corrections. Sorry for my prior message.
|Ruth Harris Carver||RE: Carvers|
I'm sorry but I can not find my notes and I am not sure which Carver family we are talking about. If you'd like to refresh my memory, that would be good. Thanks.
|lola brame||Ruby Jewell Teson|
THE CURRENT LOCAL, VAN BUREN, MO, JUNE 26 1997
Ruby Jewell Teson, daughter of the late John Franklin Boyer and Cora Bell Secrease Boyer, was born on August 3 1910,at Ellsinore and departed this life on June 23, 1997, at Poplar Bluff. She had attained the age of eight-six years, ten months and twenty days.She spent her early years in the Ellsinore area, attending the White's Mill Country School, completing the 8th grade. She lived in Ill. and Calif. for a few years but returned to Ellsinore in 1957 and lived our her remaining years here. She worked at the Swift Packing Company when she was a young woman but was a homemaker most of her life. She loved her flowers and gardening.
She was united in marriage to John Wells, who preceded her in death. She married Raymond Scheel, who preceded her in death. She was united in marriage to Harold who also preceded her in death. She was [preceded in death by five brothers.
Survivors are one brother, Ivory Boyer of Ellsinore and one sister, Mae M. Gooch of Williamsville, several nieces and nephews and many other relatives, and friends who will mourn her passing.
Visitation will be Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. at the McSpadden Chapel in Ellsinore. The funeral will be Thursday at 10:00 a.m. at the McSpadden Funeral Home in Ellsinore with Rev. Willie Joe Price officiating, Burial will be in Hunter.
Thank you very much for the information on Mr. Weatherford!
I will add it to his memorial and will be sure to credit you as the
Added by Karat57 on Feb 01, 2015 5:19 PM
Thanks so very much for the transfer. I appreciate your kindness!
Added by Rosalie on Jan 30, 2015 8:27 AM
|Ruth Harris Carver||Carver family|
Thank you so much for making the additions to that I suggested for William Henry Carver and Gertrude Carver. I just made another suggestion through the edit feature for them regarding Adelia Ford Carver. Are you related?
|Wendy McIntosh||Rosa (Kelley) Morelan|
Thank you for all the excellent research! Looks like she is definitely John's daughter.
|Donald Wilkerson||Albert Adams|
I was wondering if you are related to Albert Adams. He was married to Lou Ida (McIntosh) Adams which was my great grandmother. If you are not related would you consider transferring him to me.
Donald L. Wilkerson
|melindap||Allen Wade Copeland had 3 wives|
Hello, There needs to be a first wife added to the FindAGrave site for Allen Wade Copeland in Miller Creek Cemetery in Williamsville, Mo. Let me explain:
Allen Wade Copeland was my paternal Great Grandfather. He had two sons and one daughter by his first wife, Mary C. King. The eldest, James Wade Copeland, was my Grandfather. I have the death certificates for both James Wade Copeland and his brother Edward Green Copeland, and they both show that their mother was Mary C. King. She was born in 1867 in Belgrade, Washington County, Missouri, and died in 1897 in Williamsville, MO (shortly after her youngest, Edward Green Copeland, was born.) The very next year Allen Wade remarried. I have the marriage certificate of Allen Wade Copeland and Mary C. King - they married in 1887.
Therefore, Malicia and Samantha Head Ward were wives 2 and 3, respectively.
Thank you for all you do for his memorial.
p.s. I wasn't sure whether to leave this here as a message, or to send you an email. So, I did both. Thank you again -
Added by melindap on Jan 02, 2015 11:26 AM
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