|James Porter (#47368627)|
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Please reconnect to Spouse.
Added by classic on Aug 23, 2015 2:19 PM
Info has been added - Thank you
Added by DMD on Aug 18, 2015 6:29 AM
|Nancy D.||RE: Opal Massey|
I am glad to help.
Added by Nancy D. on Aug 17, 2015 2:41 PM
|Pezchild||RE: Allie Bush|
My pleasure. REB
Added by Pezchild on Jul 23, 2015 7:04 PM
|Sherry (Payne) Weir-Tuggle||Thank you|
James, Thanks for full filling my photo request.
|None to be Forgotten||William Argo|
Please add the following information:
WILLIAM ARGO was born in Jefferson County, Ohio, March 15, 1825, and died at his home in Decatur County, Iowa, March 30, 1898, aged 74 years and 15 days. He received his education at Mansfield, Ohio, and was married July 19, 1840, to MISS ANNA MARY J. MCILVAIN. In 1858 the family emigrated to Lineville and pre-empted 160 acres of land two miles west of that place.
In 1862 he enlisted in the Third Missouri Cavalry and served as first lieutenant under Colonel Phillips and was honorably discharged at the close of the war, when he retired to his home.
In 1886 they moved to Decatur County, where he has ever since lived. He was a great sufferer from exzema during the latter part of his life, which affected his eyes to the extent of making him totally blind for the last three years. His death was caused by inflammation of the bowels, his illness lasting just one week.
He was a great reader and was possessed of a well-stored mind. During his life time he had collected quite an extensive library. In religious belief he was inclined to the Cumberland Presbyterian. At the age of 17 he joined the Lutheran Church. As the time of his departure drew near he expressed himself as being ready to go. He leaves a wife, three sons, one daughter, twenty grand and twelve great grand children to mourn his loss.
|classic||Mary N Laughlin Hickman|
Will take any info u want to send with much thanks.
Added by classic on Apr 06, 2014 5:22 PM
Hello, A lawnmower tore up the headstone for my family, pretty badly. I took your photo of the headstone, cleaned it up in paint shop pro, and it looks much, much better. Would you upload the photo in place of the one that's there now? I'm emailing it to the email address shown on your profile page, but I'm posting here in case it doesn't arrive.
Added by Renae🌹 on Jan 02, 2014 11:12 AM
I sent you an email with some of their information from my ancestry.com
I am glad to "meet" you and share family information:)
I transferred your directly descending grandparents that I held to you. I hope in the spring to make a trip to Evergreen and S. Lineville cemeteries for more headstone photos. thanks!
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