|Kenneth & Carolyn (#46788418)|
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|I found this site 5 or 6yrs ago.My oldest brother was killed in WW11 . This started me on a search for 90th Bomb Group vets especially the KIAs. I have a virtual cemetery with all the KIAs of the 90th Bomb Group that I can find.|
Thanks to everyone that honors these men and all veterans.
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|Joyce Nance-Woodcock||RE: James S. Riley|
Kenneth, Thank you so much; it was an honor and privilege to take the photo. I appreciate you taking the time to thank me. It brought tears to my eyes reading the memorial for your brother, so very interesting and what a courageous man.
Have a blessed week.
|Sunny Stayt||Ny Dials & Jones|
Thank you so very much for the transfer of my family
Sunny, Jattie Dial Jones great niece
|wonderer||Sorry wrong #|
John W. Waconer (Wagoner) Find A Grave # 51796867
Thank you. Have a good day Wonderer
Added by wonderer on Dec 02, 2013 11:09 AM
|wonderer||John W. Wagoner|
You sent me a bio for John W. Wagoner in Wood's Chapel Cemetery Johnson Co. MO. and I found out that I had accidently duplicated Susy 5172.
Susy has a memorial for John and wife S. Candis Waconer. It is the same headstone so it is the same people, she had just misspelled their last name. I emailed her about the misspelled last name and took my memorial's off.
Susy's memorial No. for John is 51797270 would you please send this information to her. Thank you have a Good Day Wonderer
Find A Grave Memorial# 70801175
John Wesley Wagoner
b. 20 Feb 1830 Allen County, Ky, USA
d. 25 Feb 1905 Lafayette City, Mo
• Odessa Democrat, March 9, 1905: A Pioneer Passes Away
John W. Wagoner, aged 76 years died at his home in this city on Saturday night at 11:00 o'clock February 25, 1905 after an illness of two weeks.
Deceased was born in Kentucky but came to Missouri when 16 years of age, settling on a farm four miles south of Odessa, and has since made his home in this vicinity. He was, therefore, a pioneer resident of this county, a trusted and honorable citizen, respected and loved by those who knew him. Those knowing him from boyhood have only kind remembrances of him, and speaking in laudation of his many gentlemanly attributes and his sterling worth as a citizen.
Besides his aged wife, he leaves five children and four brothers. Three of his brothers who attended the funeral have passed the age of three score and ten. Funeral services were conducted at the home by Rev. Chas. Whitlock, a son-in-law of the deceased, and Rev. Frank Wagoner, a nephew, after which the remains were conveyed to Woods Chapel burying ground and tenderly laid away on Monday at 12 o'clock.
Odessa Democrat, March 16, 1905: In Memorium
John W. Wagoner, who fell asleep in Jesus, February 26, 1905 was born 75 years ago in Kentucky. He came to Missouri with his parents when a young man and for 55 years had lived near Odessa where he made many friends and no enemies. He was married when about 28 years old to Miss Kansas Robinson who survives him.
To this union were born eight children, one of whom died in infancy. The remaining seven are: W.A. Wagoner of Miami, I.T., Mrs. Fida Green of Pueblo, Col., Mrs. Lillie Clevenger, who died several years ago in Kansas City, Mrs.Lewella Nicholson who died at Lone Jack, MO in 1899 (?), Mrs. Jessie Whitlock of La Plata, Mo., Mrs. Anna Cobb and Mrs. Bertha Smith of near Pittsville, Mo.
Uncle John as he was familiarly known, was one of God's noblemen. Never in the bosom of mortal man throbbed a truer heart. He was honest, truthful, industrious, as a citizen. He was forbearing, peaceable and kind in his home life. He was for three-score years a faithful, consistent, and active in the church of his choice, which was the ME Church, south. He united with this church in Kentucky. After coming to this state he transferred his membership to McKindree Chapel, where he was a most faithful member until the Woods Chapel church was organized one mile from his farm. he ten moved his membership to this church, where he became one of its chief promoters, helping liberally with his means to build its house of worship; always present in every service until declining health made his place vacant. He loved his church. For her his prayers ascended. To her his toils and cares were given till toils and cares have ended. The community will miss him. The family will miss him, and, most of all, the faithful companion who fought the battles of life by his side from early youth to the day of his death; who suffered and toiled and payed with him to the rearing of a large family, will miss him.
Oh! how "John" will be missed by her as she waits a little while for the Savior's welcome call to come and join him, and other loved ones gone before, in the mansions of the Heavenly Home. May the Holy Spirit comfort and keep her, and may every member of the family so live and trust in Him who has power to save, that in the "Sweet by and by" the whole family, now broken and scattered, may be reunited without one broken link in the Heavenly Home. C.F. Whitlock
Added by wonderer on Dec 02, 2013 11:04 AM
|Bev Mundy||Eva Lena Head Maiden Name|
Eva's maiden name is Cutsinger. Would you please add to her memorial.
Thank you very much,
|Jean Sherlin||Rogers family and Caldonia Duncan|
Thank you so much for the transfer of my Rogers family and Caldonia Roges Duncan.
Have a great day
|cathy carlin||Lodusky A.Tidwell Brown&Josephine Brown Branstetter|
Hello, I am requesting that you transfer Lodusky Ann Tidwell Brown and Josephine Brown Branstetter over to me. They are my maternal gg grandmother and g grandmother. I have a lot of true documented facts about them and can prove my relationship to them by blood. Thank you very much. Cathy Carlin
|D'Ann Smith||Mary Duncan|
Just wondering if Mary had a sister Elizabeth?
I am looking for Elizabeth married ? Sterling and had sons William and Milton. Census of 1850 shows Elizabeth Sterling and sons with James and Mary Wright. Or maybe Elizabeth was James' Sister?
I am descendant of Milton Sterling looking for any clues.
Thank you so much
D'Ann Allen Smith
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