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Penny Neeson (#47535929)
 member for 3 years, 11 months, 6 days
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Bio Photo I have been doing family research for over 30 years. My families are Orbin, Collins, Tiller, Miles, Smith, Swallow, Hill, Schunk, Keown/Cowan/Cowen, Grable, Haney, Hines, Howard, Riley, Lee, Leatherman. I am also doing my husbands side Neeson, Brooks, Beamer, Herring/Herron, Carman, Egglestone, Vincent, Sanders, and so many others. I was born in Macon, Missouri and lived there till I was 10. Then we moved to Columbia and then moved to Bevier when I was 13. I have several family members still in Macon, Bevier, Kaseyville and all over Macon County.
I have been interested in my family for as long as can remember. The Titanic has always been a special interest of mine and as a child I discovered that my Grandma Mae and Grandpa Smith were alive when this happened all of a suddenly history became real and not a story so I started my family research. My Grandpa Smith wanted to know about his father's and mother's family so I began digging. The joy on my Grandpa's face when I found something new still keeps me looking after his death hoping to bring joy to someone else searching for family.
I do find a grave so family members can find each other. No one deserves to be forgotten.
Any photo I take of headstones can be used by anyone who is doing a family project.
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Debby Maiden
Willard E. Jacks
I am doing history research for Perche Baptist Church for a celebration this fall. W. E. Jacks was the architect and builder of the church. He made the mold to make the stone to build the church and he made the stones on site from the sand of the creek that is beside the church. I would love to have a picture of him as our celebration is our church building is 100 years old and the prettiest church around. If you have a picture I would love to have a copy. If not perhaps you might point me in the right direction. Thank you for your time.
Added by Debby Maiden on Apr 17, 2015 4:51 PM
Neeson Organization
Thank you !
Maybe we can go out for dinner some time!
Tell Randy call me some time Iam in the Telphone Book
Added by Neeson Organization on Apr 17, 2015 4:12 PM
Sharon Kroner
Lester Roberson Transfer
Penny, Thank you so much for transferring my Uncle's memorial page to me. I really appreciate it.

Added by Sharon Kroner on Apr 15, 2015 1:48 PM
RE: Clarence and Lucille
You are welcome. I wanted you to have them.

It was a long bio, but it was needed and told the story.

Added by PShannon on Apr 01, 2015 6:22 PM
Hattie Stoner
Penny, thank you so much for the obit for Hattie Smith Stoner have added it to her Mpage.. Much appreciated..
Marty Campbell
Mexico, MO
Added by Marty on Mar 30, 2015 8:07 AM
Joseph Broyles 84081259
I have moved Joseph to Mount Olive, thank you for the information.
Added by DKOWN on Mar 30, 2015 5:21 AM
Nancy Meadows
RE: Mary M.
Well, thank you, Penny! I always feel bad about duplicates to begin with, but especially when I'm the cause of someone deleting earlier memorials. I will be glad to transfer mine to you if you would like them. You're a sweetheart!
Added by Nancy Meadows on Feb 18, 2015 7:38 PM
Tammy Morton
Gable/ Williams
I am trying to find information on Milton Vincent Williams who died in Adair County in 1935. His mother was Eliza Gable/Cable or something like that. I was told they were originally from Tennessee and then moved to Greene County, Missouri and then Milton ended up in Kansas City and then Kirksville. I'm not sure if this is any connection to you or not. If you have any information I would appreciate the help.
Added by Tammy Morton on Jan 12, 2015 12:55 PM
B. W.
RE: Witt's

Yes, you may transfer them to be. They are kin.

Thank you

Added by B. W. on Jan 12, 2015 9:14 AM
B. W.
Thanks for your hard work
Thanks for creating the page and pictures.

It means a lot to see this. You don't know my family, I'm guessing. You will be touching many lives for a long time with your efforts.
Added by B. W. on Jan 12, 2015 3:58 AM
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