|Thomas McLain||Jane Kerr McLain|
Could you add one more child to her profile?
Thomas Henry McLain, Sr. (1921-1990).
|Sherry Goolsby, Genealogical Research||RE: William Owens|
Not related. Just doing ancestor research so it will be easier to locate this ancestor for people who are looking.
Thanks for replying,
|Carole Arbuckle Marlow||Capt. Matthew Arbuckle|
Hi, Carol Jean - Could you link the Capt. to his father, memorial 19481302. Hope you are having an especially nice holiday. We are enjoying one without snow - such a change from last year. Carole
|Mary Sappington||RE: Mary Jane Embach|
|Carole Arbuckle Marlow||RE: Ann McSwain Rodgers|
You are so welcome! I could not believe that it had not already been posted. We had photos from a trip made 20 years ago when we found and placed flowers on the family graves - most all there are family - so I knew I had to post them. Carole
|nbsmom||RE: Bryan Langston|
Fine with me.
Added by nbsmom on Jul 09, 2011 4:08 PM
|RedbirdRidge||RE: Ira Milburn|
.....Sallie Stella (Martin) Milburn was the daughter of Francis Marion Martin and Matilda Abigail (McDaniel) Martin. She was born 03 Oct 1883 in Missouri and died Aug 1973, probably in Oregon.. Her last Social Security residence of record was Beaverton, Washington Co., Oregon.
.....Did not locate a cemetery record or Find A Grave memorial for Sallie.
.....Sallie and her husband Ira Milburn had one daughter, Frances Katheryn Milburn who married Lawrence H. Gross in 1929, Moniteau Co., Mo.
.....Thanks! Ann Martin
|Judy Young||martha brown|
I was sent an interesting note. I added a martha brown in hazelwood cemetery, and this person called my attention to this using the edith button on mine. Where is this cemetery? Would these be the same people. The person that sent me the info thought so, and suggested merging. I have her in hazelwood. check it out.
|JHarrison||RE: Elizabeth Pursley Criger|
You are quite welcome glad I could help you and your family. Good luck.
|Righthouse||RE: Mary Torian|
You are so welcome. Even after cleaning, these stones are rather difficult to read. There was one more stone in the plot which appears to read James S. Torian May 31, 1822 - Jul 2, 1861. If you wish to add his memorial, we will be glad to add the photo. Judy A.
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