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Mary Collier (#47117477)
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Bio Photo Originally from Owensville, MO, now living in Salem, OR. Interested in genealogy related to Collier, Souders, Paasch, Hibler familes.
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Remo
RE: Jessie Kinworthy photo
What part of S. Texas? I have in-laws in Ft. Worth and Midland.
Added by Remo on Feb 25, 2015 11:11 AM
Jim Hutcheson
Elizabeth Searles Farrar Hutcheson
Hello Mary,

I am checking with a cousin who lives in the general area of Baskerville to see if she can go to the two cemeteries in question to ascertain which one might have an actual grave stone. I found that the originators sites were created from some kind of written record and were not always accurate with evidence on the ground. Thank you for alerting me.

Jim Hutcheson
Added by Jim Hutcheson on Aug 18, 2014 9:15 AM
Aimee Watson Davis
RE: Amos Thurman Hunt picture
Whoops! Tipton Municipal Cemetery. Here's the link: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=99662
Added by Aimee Watson Davis on Apr 21, 2014 5:32 PM
Nancy W
Vohs daughter
The obit also said she had cared for a sick daughter 2 years before in Red Bird and the daughter Anna listed was at home. Which left me wondering if she was one of the 7 deceased children. Then I saw an entry that the boys has visited their sister Mrs. Wm. Scheel. I found Lizzie Scheel in the same cemetery having died in 1914. After a little playing with the last name spelling, I found her death certificate listed as Lizzie Angeslia Schul (Scheel is the correct spelling)Born in Owensville on Aug 25, 1886 and died in Gasconade Co Aug 25, 1914 but says age 27 y, 11 m, and 19 days so I am thinking the birthdate may be wrong.Parents Albert Vohs and Leana Parsh both from Germany. She died of TB of the lungs.

Also on the 1900 census there is a Louise A. age 14 and Amanda C age 6 (same age listed for Julius).

Also 1900 Census says Albert immigrated in 1878
Added by Nancy W on Mar 10, 2014 9:54 PM
Ronda Crow
FAG # 114369856 Bush
The person buried in this grave is named Charles Bush. Born May 5, 1850 and died Dec. 1945, according to cemetery records. Schroeder Section, Lot 1, Grave 6
Added by Ronda Crow on Sep 26, 2013 9:17 PM
Robert Hudson
Sarah Ann Gibson Souders
Hello,
My GGG Grandma was Sarah. Just curious, where did you get the picture of her and her twins from?

Thanks,
Bob Hudson
Added by Robert Hudson on Jun 04, 2013 10:27 AM
Missouri Duv
Harold Hengstenberg
Links were added
Added by Missouri Duv on Apr 12, 2013 7:55 PM
Janet Hardy Jones
RE: are you still active?
So sorry...I can't find your original request so could you resend it? It might be a few days...traveling with work
Added by Janet Hardy Jones on Apr 06, 2013 8:16 AM
Dalene Worthington
You are very welcomed
I had tried to get a great-aunt transferred to me, but the one that has her has always refused to do it, I guess that she likes the big numbers that she has. My great-aunt never had any living children, her daughter died shortly after birth. When my grandparents divorced, my great-aunt raise my mom and her two brother's in a small trailer. She worked in a poultry house plucking feathers off chickens. She was my moms aunt, my great-aunt. While she was alive, no one spent as much time with her as I did. My grandpa was her brother, it was just the two of them, their mom died when he was about 4 or 5. They were raised then by their Grandma Clanton. I was close to her , my grandfather, and my Aunt Jerry. I spent as much time as I could with all three of them. My Aunt Jerry died before she turned 40 of cancer. My great-aunt and I were very close, but her distant cousin won't transfer her to me. But, that is okay, because I can still leave little notes for her when ever I want. I guess that is all that matters. The end of her life was not very good, due to greed of other family members, but at least she knew that I loved her and I knew that she loved me. SO, even if I don't have her grave site, I have what matters most, I had her love and I still do, from Heaven.
Added by Dalene Worthington on Mar 20, 2013 9:05 AM
Maureen LaMothe
Nancy and Tilitha Hibler
Hi Mary,
I dunno if you know this or not but this two sisters were married to Reuban Stites. One sister is buried at a cemetery in Hooker, Missouri and then the other one is buried with Reuban in Pleasant Hill Cemetery. The thing is they don't have Pleasent Hill listed on here and I don't know why. Her (Tilitha) death cert., says Pleasant Hill. She was married to a Hinton before she married Reuban Stites. Both of the sisters were daughters of John Stites Hibler and Sebina.
Added by Maureen LaMothe on Mar 20, 2013 5:06 AM
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