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john burnham (#47886463)
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I live in St. Louis county Missouri. I frequently research and visit cemeterys in the Mo. countys of Adair Schyuler Knox Chariton Macon Monroe and Randolph
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Nancy Meadows
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Carole Steele
Wm Bradford
John - have you joined the Mayflower Society? You need to if you can prove through documentation that you are a BLOOD relative of William Bradford. I've done it. I'm related to TWO original Mayflower pilgrims. Carole
Added by Carole Steele on Jun 22, 2014 2:54 PM
Nancy Meadows
RE: Henry Burnham/Burnam 95411454
I just checked everything I have, but no luck with your names. I'll keep an eye out.
Added by Nancy Meadows on Feb 01, 2013 6:27 PM
Nancy Meadows
Henry Burnham/Burnam 95411454
Hi John,
Do you know where his son is buried? I will go ahead and list Henry Sr's known (or to the best of my knowledge) childran, but I'm not sure of the accuracy of names or dates.
Added by Nancy Meadows on Feb 01, 2013 11:23 AM
Nancy Meadows
RE: Atterbury Cemetery
Hi John,
We really would have surprised each other if we both showed up at the same time! Glad the cattle had moved on when I was there.
I thought Emerald might be buried in the Jackson Cemetery, but I've been there, too, and no sign of him or Julia. Who is the Melissa Burnham you're looking for?
Added by Nancy Meadows on Aug 21, 2012 5:31 AM
Nancy Meadows
Atterbury Cemetery
Hi John
Just wanted to let you know that I did not find a stone for John Atterbury. I'm trying to photo-document all the Randolph County cemeteries and had never heard of this one, and would not have known of its existence without your photo request, so thank you!! I located this cemetery yesterday and found just four stones. The stones had been knocked down and trampled by cattle, but luckily were still in pretty good condition. The bases were grown over with grass, but found all of them. I'm sure John Atterbury is buried there, but he must not have ever had a stone. I'll get photos posted in the next couple days.
Sorry and thanks!
Added by Nancy Meadows on Aug 20, 2012 5:40 AM
Jesse Atterbury
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Hello, My name is Jesse Atterbury. James Atterbury is my 4th great grandfather as well. I live in the Kansas City area. Where are you from?
Added by Jesse Atterbury on Aug 12, 2012 8:17 PM

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