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|Tom Denardo||chowning, charles|
he was a pilot for the santa fe RR. buried at calvary, kc, mo. I added his record and grave pic
|I remember when||Mo Pac|
John Wm Wells was a Missouri Pacific RR crossing watchman.
|Tricia Potter||William Abraham Renick and Wife Mable Pollard|
Are you related to Renicks or the Pollards? I am curious because my descends from the Pollards through Harry Clay Pollard. Please contact me?
|Jennifer Allen||Charles Beatty Ault|
Thank you so much for the transfer!
You are very welcome. I'm glad I could locate the graves for you.
|Judy Young||James Starks|
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery, retired RR Worker. Springfield, Greene, MO.
Hope all is well with you and yours.
|Diana||Fred Edward Rush|
RR Engineer per death certificate.
Added by Diana on Jun 03, 2013 12:30 PM
|dhintx||RE: Walter Marion|
Both of my grandparents were railroaders. That's how my parents met. My southern Gpa, Clyde Pruden, was a conductor on the L&N and had a run from Knoxville to Cincinnati. My northern Gpa, Rollie Creaser, had a run from Indpls to Cincinnati and they met at a cafe near the old Union terminal. My southern Gpa, in true southern style, invited my northern Gpa to come down to TN for a visit and got them passes. That's how my parents met, courted, eloped and so I, too, have a warm spot in my heart for the railroads.
Added by dhintx on May 26, 2013 10:00 AM
|Diana||RE: clyde Smith|
You're welcome Mike, you have a great summer too!
Added by Diana on May 26, 2013 7:08 AM
|I remember when||Brakeman accident|
Joseph Wright was a brakeman and belonged to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen.
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