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Bea (#47605608)
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My hobby is Geneology. I have always like history. The history of my family has come alive for me through researching my family tree.

I'm a mother of 2 boys. I have one year of college.
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RE: Elias Sr Brown 63778313
Who is your ancestor of Elias and Annie's children? I may possibly be able to help you with some more information.
Added by myta on Mar 28, 2012 10:09 AM
RE: Elias Sr Brown 63778313
Are you related to Elias? If so, I can transfer him to you.
Added by myta on Mar 28, 2012 6:50 AM
Douglas Pyeatt
RE: Horatio Brown Marker
as you can see his marker is laying on the ground,and is getting in bad shape and won't last much longer,with out some maintenance,I try to stand markers up when I can but this one is broken off and no base.I also posted all but Clyde Brown Born in 194?s. I didn't get a pic of his grave for some reason?
Added by Douglas Pyeatt on Jan 09, 2012 9:46 PM
Richard Parker
RE: Johnston Family
Dear Bea,

I have the followling information on your father's grandparents. However, my information dosen't match up with yours. Somewhere there's a missing piece.

True Fact: Josephine John Wilson married Horatio Brown in St. Clair County, Missouri on October 27, 1881. According to the St. Clair County Cemetery Record Books, Horatio Brown is listed as born: May 5, 1840 -- died: October 31, 1881. -- buried: Rosecoe Cemetery, St. Clair County, Missouri.

Died three days after their marriage. Now, it's possible that the person who transcribed his tombstone made a mistake. Some of those old tombstones are very difficut to read. If your father was 13 when Horatio died, that means Horaito lived to 1894. I'm assuming that Josephine married a second time to a Lutweil. If she died, their marriage records would be of help.

Added by Richard Parker on Sep 27, 2011 2:32 PM
Richard Parker
RE: Johnston Family

I don't know too much about Mary Jane Johnston and I don't know where she was buried. This I do know. She's the daughter of William and Elizabeth "Betsy" (Shirley)Johnston, both buried at the 1852 Snodgrass Union Cemetery in Bates County, Missouri. Her grandparents Michael and Catherine (Franz) Shirley are listed on the monument at Fort Boonesboro, Madison County, Kentucky as early pioneers of the fort. Michael purchsed some property from Daniel Boone to built a home on.

Mary married John J. Wilson, who was born in Killy Maddy, County Armgh, Ireland and he is buried in Pleasant Springs Cemetery, Rosecoe, St. Clair County, Missouri. She may be buried there too, but may not have a tombstone.

Hope this helps some,

Added by Richard Parker on Sep 25, 2011 4:26 PM
Richard Parker
RE: Johnston Family
Dear Bea,

Glad to be of help. William and Elizabeth are my 3rd great-grandparents.

Added by Richard Parker on Sep 16, 2011 2:31 PM

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