15596348 Margaret Slavens Hartley birthdate is 1855 I know this from 1860 Census.
Year: 1860; Census Place: Grand River, Henry, Missouri; Roll: M653_622; Page: 845; Image: 359; Family History Library Film: 803622
1860 United States Federal Census
|Deb (McEntire) Williams||William M. ‘Billy’ McEntire (1884-1905) # 14675480|
RE: William M. ‘Billy’ McEntire (1884-1905) # 14675480
THANKS so much Laura,
I would gratefully accept ANY McEntire memorial as I am actively working on the McEntire family; I have to date some 1400 plus pages and consider it my life’s work at this point (as well as all the numerous other related families I continue to work on).
I have submitted an edit to ‘link’ William to his parents and wife and have already linked him to his daughter Sarah Muhuldia ‘Huldia’ (McEntire) Baker (F) (1875-1953) # 146869366.
Hope this ALL works now.
THANKS again for ALL you have done for FIND A GRAVE. It is APPRECIATED.
Deb (McEntire) Williams (#48180650)
|Phil & Kathi||Amy Watson|
Thank you VERY much for the wonderful photo! We appreciate your time!
Phil & Kathi
|PurpleRosenb||RE: Ruebin Hartley|
Ann (newsome) hartley is 135289155
Andrew J. Hartley is 135289344
Thank you Ruebin would have been a great uncle of mine as Andrews son William is my great grandfather
Are you related? If not I would be glad to have you transfer the profiles over to me.
Nell Hartley Beckman
You might want to check this profile. This Rueben was Andrew J Hartley's son not William Hartley. You will notice you have William born 1840 and Rueben born 1845. That is because they are brothers both sons of Andrew J. and Ann (Newsome) Hartley.
|Maredia Haddock||reply- So Sorry!|
I thought that didn't sound right, because his son was born & died in Barry Co. I googled Pierce City, MO and it says this city is in Lawrence & Barry Counties. So it probably should be Pierce City, Lawrence County, MO.
Thanks for catching this. I want to be as accurate as possible.
|Sue (Lumley) Sayre||William Lumley|
Thank you for the wonderful pics. It is a tribute and honor to him.
there are two field stones next to James' headstone. I believe that those are their graves.
Added by Charles on Jul 07, 2014 10:39 AM
|Charles||Henry H. Holstine|
From the information that I have Henry was born in Botentourt Co. VA 4 Aug 1817. He married Martha Dillion (b. 2 Jul 1820) 29 Nov 1842. They died in MO and are buried in the Ellison Cemetery (I believe) next to James Ambrose.
Added by Charles on Jul 06, 2014 12:00 PM
Albert's - #25307893
Sarah's - #25307803
Sam Levins is in the cemetery but I did not find a note.
Added by Charles on Jul 05, 2014 9:01 AM
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