|jay gustin||RE: Peters|
You probably spoke to my mom; for awhile growing up, we lived in OKC. So we are probably cousins. Love sharing family history work. Still learning a lot on my Mom's side (Peters). Hope all is well, Merry Christmas.
|Steven Brown||Catherine Breakbill Brown|
Good morning David,
Catherine was my 3rd great grandmother. Do you by chance have any information on her family? I need to update the other children she had with Joseph Brown. I descend through the line of William Meredith Brown.
What "branch" are you on?
|Patricia Lee Sanders||RE: John L. Autry|
I took 3 pics of his headstone and tried them all. The one on the memorial now may be the best. Some of the older headstones are faded and difficult to read. Hope this works for you.
|Dori & Ed||Wm & Mary Autry|
I have added photos of William & Mary Antery's cemetery stones to their memorials. Please note the spelling on the stone is Antery.
The stone was to rough for a charcoal rubbing, so we used the old baby powder in a sock and that helped bring out the letters to photograph.
Mary's inscription is on the back of Williams stone.
|Dori & Ed||Nebraska Weather|
A blizzard last week and 67 degrees tomorrow and most of the snow has melted.
We will enjoy getting out.
My great great grandparents are buried in English Grove and every trip we find something new.
Hope we can find Mary's cemetery stone.
|Dori & Ed||Wm & Mary Autry Cemetery Stone|
We are going to English Grove Cemetery tomorrow and will try a charcoal rubbing/chaulk to get a readable stone photo.
|Dori & Ed||Wm & Mary Antery / Autry|
I did find in the Atchison County Cemetery Book "Gone But Not Forgotten" pulished 1991 a
William Antery died 1/27/1873 and a Mary Antery died 2/21/1875.
Could this be your William and Mary Autry?