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Marilyn France (#46517813)
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I am an avid genealogist enjoying not only research on my own family, but am willing to help others -if possible.

I am the past Editor of the white River Valley Historical Society Quarterly and now head the Historic Sites Survey Committee.
We are headquartered in Forsyth, Missouri.
Our goal is to preserve the history of the White River Valley (southwest Missouri, especially Taney County and Arkansas Ozarks) before it is lost.


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You are welcome
I just linked George A. Stolpe to his parents and his wife.
Added by WRVHS on Apr 21, 2014 12:50 PM
Judy Young
RE: Fred William Stolpe
I have included your information. It is appreciated. Thank you so very much. Also requested a photo for AA Stolpe and wife.
Added by Judy Young on Apr 21, 2014 8:33 AM
edward smith
RE: Deborah Aldrich Edwards stone
There was no request for Mary. I dont remember if she was next to him or not. Usually i take photos of ones together but not always.
Added by edward smith on Nov 08, 2011 4:05 PM
edward smith
RE: Deborah Aldrich Edwards stone
I also photographed a Williams Edwards in Maple grove, was that also your request? he was a Rev.
Added by edward smith on Nov 08, 2011 2:53 PM
edward smith
RE: Deborah Aldrich Edwards stone
You are welcome. I have Motts in my family tree also. I havent been able to trace them back very far though, am missing a generation or two to take them back further. I take pictures of Motts whenever i see them. There are lots of Edwards in the cemeteries around here. I wasn't sure if that was the right stone for Deborah it is half buried or broken, but it does say wife of William on it, so i think it is correct.
Added by edward smith on Nov 08, 2011 2:48 PM
Helen McGregor
RE: Archable Lietch
Yes, I sent a similar message. Thank you so much for responding. My husband's family (parents/grandparents) came out to Warm Springs, CA in abt 1942 or so and never spoke much about their past or families. Such a shame. But with the help of cousins and people like you, we are slowly putting together a picture.
Fran McGregor-Hollums
Added by Helen McGregor on Apr 22, 2011 9:29 PM
Helen McGregor
Archable Lietch
Do you have any more info on Archable Lietch? My husband is descended from Archable's son Thomas J. Thank you!
Added by Helen McGregor on Apr 22, 2011 2:25 PM
David Moore
Col. Kern McNalley
Kern died in 1883 not 1888 as posted. Even the tombstone reads 1883.
Added by David Moore on Mar 15, 2010 11:56 PM
RE: Franklin Lietch family
Marilyn, thank you for contacting me. I would very much like to contact Franklin's granddaughter. My grandfather's sister, Fannie Sager, married James Randolph Turner who is the son of Margret Lietch Turner. Margret is Franklin's sister. Thank you again for your thoughtfulness. Elizabeth
Added by Elizabeth on Jun 20, 2009 3:13 PM
Peavey Graves
I have the pictures of the Peavey graves you requested. We did not find one for Sylvia. I have posted the names to the Carty Cemetery for you. If you will go into each name and click the request a photo button, I will then upload the pictures for you. I will email them to your friend after I post the pictures to the site.
Added by Linda on Jun 04, 2008 10:30 AM
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