|Maureen LaMothe (#47362872)|
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I love looking for my ancestors and my husbands side of the family and I love finding relatives out there that I haven't heard from yet. Genealogy is a big hobby of mine and my grandfather is the one that got me hooked on it and I have been working on my line and my husbands too. It's been a work in progress but it does have it's rewards too. Please feel free it you think your related to me in anyway. Cahill, Case, Fitzgerald, Hibler, Hobart, Coombs, Adams, Halinar, Rodgers, Smith and the list just goes on. These are just some of the surnames.|
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|Lucille Adams Smith||Nancy Caldwell|
Nancy was still alive on the 1880 census. see below
1880 Gasconade Co., Missouri Census, Page 286C
Nancy Caldwell, SisterL, 36F., Keeping House, Mo in household of James C. Adams
Ida, Dau, 18F., Mo
Clayton Adams listed in household 1477 along with Nancy Caldwell's daughter, Ida Caldwell.
After further research, I believe that William Hibler's wife was Arabella Miller, born 26 Dec 1828. Their children were: Martha, Malinda, William Edward (1857-1918), Lydia Eliza, Nancy, and Silas. I think the confusion came because a man named Thomas Hibler was the Justice of Peace that married Arabella Williams and William Mattocks. If you could please correct this, I would appreciate it.
Added by Cheryl on Nov 03, 2014 3:48 PM
According to the family bible of Charles & Elizabeth (Colbert) Williams, Arabella was born Sept 20, 1828. Is there evidence that this Arabella is Arabella Williams Mattocks.
Added by Cheryl on Nov 03, 2014 3:25 PM
|Diana (Fick) Travis||RE: Frederick William Worth|
Thank you so much!
Are you part of the Zahrndt family?
Added by ruth on Apr 09, 2014 2:22 PM
|Garrett Gabel||Isom Brewer|
Hello Maureen, I noticed your submittal of Isom Brewer at the wright cemetery of Dent co. Mo. I visited that cemetery today and seen his stone. What do you know about his death? It has me very interested since it's Civil War era. Thanks, Garrett Gabel
|Kathie||RE: old bonhomme pres|
I went out to visit my parents and happened to see the sign on the road... I think they do it several times a year. I am sure the main office could let you know.
Added by Kathie on Oct 09, 2013 1:08 PM
|Kathie||old bonhomme pres|
I was able to get into the old stone church yard because they were having an open house... and found several of the stone for people that you had recently added to to this cemetery...
Just wanted to let you know.
Added by Kathie on Oct 08, 2013 8:00 PM
|Karen Mickel Bennett||Emeline LaMothe|
Would you let me know who her parents are so I can link her to them? Thank you...Have a great day.
|Karen Mickel Bennett||RE: Emeline LaMothe Harrison|
I am not directly related to her, but indirectly to the Harrison family. I am a direct descendant of Rev. Peter Cartwright, the famous old fire and brimstone preacher. His daughter married Peyton Harrison -- then came Peachy Harrison -- who was married to Emeline. Do you know the story of Peachy? I have it on F-A-G, it's extremely interesting. I got Emeline's photo from a Harrison descendant who is no longer alive. I also got a couple of other photos which I will have to dig out, they are not of Emeline though. This lady sent me a little info on this side of the family but very much.
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