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Ted (#46894973)
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Bio Photo I like the way these people take a pic that I took for Find-A-Grave then put it on Ancestry and do not give credit on who took the pic if they cant bother to ask they are just lazy and inconsiderate
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Henry F. Weiss
RE: Caleb F Abernathy
Ted, I have Caleb Abernathy (no dates) married to Letitia Albright (also no dates). From the marriage record I got his parents as Joshua Abernathy and Letitia Albright. Caleb and Letitia were married October 26, 1848. This is all of the information I have on him other than he was buried at York Chapel Cemetery in Perry County. I this is the correct Cleb I say go ahead and connect them. Hank
Added by Henry F. Weiss on Jan 12, 2017 6:45 PM
jeannette rook
You are amazing
I went to Madison Co to the Odd Fellow Cemetery and I even had people from the town to help look for

CLARA Levon Woodhouse
Hattie Mae watkins
MINNIE Angie Watkins

Where were they located?

GOD Bless you Ted

If you dont mind please email copies and if you took surrounding areas of where you took them.



Added by jeannette rook on Jan 08, 2017 10:28 PM
Jay Lance
Thank you for all the help!!!!
Added by Jay Lance on Dec 31, 2016 3:39 PM
Odd Fellows Cemetery
Thank you very much for the photo of Zach Sunderman's gravestone. Appreciate the time and effort.
Added by Brian on Dec 26, 2016 7:22 PM
S Bonnell
Thanks for making the additions to the O'Bannons, Ted.

Here's a funny bit of trivia for you: Jennie was not named Jeanette or Jenette - she was known as Jennie all throughout her life; her nickname was "Tiny" or "Miss Tina". She began calling herself Jenette after she married Thomas O'Bannon.

In addition, she was not born in 1891; she was actually born December 22,1889, in Montgomery County MO. She was the 7th child of Uzziah and Rebecca Bonnel(l).

I am not sure where the spelling Bonelle came from; the name is now typically spelled "Bonnell."

Again, thanks so much for making the additions to Jennie's memorial. Susan Bonnell
Added by S Bonnell on Dec 22, 2016 5:33 PM
S Bonnell
Jennette Bonelle O'Bannon
Hi, Ted -

I have a great deal of family research on the family of Jennie O'Bannon. I wonder if you might turn over her memorial - and that of her husband Thomas P. O'Bannon - to me to manage.

Her memorial is #159376539; his is #159376566.

My membership number is 48912116.

If you prefer to maintain management of these memorials, could you please add Jennie's parents' memorial information? Uzziah Bonnel, #98371700 and Rebecca Spires Bonnel, #98371651?

Thanks very much for any assistance you can provide.

Susan Bonnell
Added by S Bonnell on Dec 22, 2016 8:29 AM
Ronald Crockett
RE: Robert McCreary
Added by Ronald Crockett on Dec 20, 2016 11:06 AM
Ronald Crockett
Robert C. McCreary
Hi Ted,
Are you getting your information about Robert C. McCreary from cemetery information, death records, etc.

I had found a Robert C. McCreary, who died in Texas in 1945 that I thought might have been Robert C. and Rebecca McCreary's son. I did not have a direct link, but he was born in 1871 in Missouri and both his parents were born in Tennessee (Find A Grave Memorial# 12584746

Rebecca Crockett McCreary and her sister Susan A. Crockett that lived with her were sisters of my great Grandfather, Thomas Jefferson Crockett.

Susan was last living with her niece, Callie McCreary Settle in Cape Giradeau, Missouri in 1920. Susan had lived with Robert C. McCreary, Jr. in 1900 in Madison Co, MO.

Ron Crockett
Added by Ronald Crockett on Dec 19, 2016 10:35 AM
Ann Hornbeck
RE: Isham Ware
Hi Ted, I don't know where Isham's daughters (my great aunts) are buried. I'll have to ask my dad if he knows. I knew Nellie and I'm certain I attended her funeral. Ann :)
Added by Ann Hornbeck on Sep 26, 2016 7:36 PM
Excelsior Ream
Thank you so much!
Hey Ted, I just wanted to say thank you for taking a picture of Adelia Callaway's grave! It means so much to me (her 3rd great-grandson) and also thank you for trying to find Powel's grave as well! Good to know that there isn't even a stone! Thanks again :)
Added by Excelsior Ream on Sep 22, 2016 6:55 AM
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