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Barry Simich
RE: James B. Neal
I did look at some notes from my GG Aunt who was a DAR member. I noted the first wife of Tolbert was Charity Abney (which linked her to a Revolutionary War Vet). I did however note a second marriage to Martha Neal, which I must assume was James's sister. Like you say, if was a small circle in those days. Fascinating!!
Added by Barry Simich on Dec 13, 2014 3:07 PM
Barry Simich
RE: James B. Neal
Wow! Thank you Jo Nell as that gives me insight into what happened to Sarah Weaver. I knew about Jacob as he is buried at Mt Moriah and I did create his memorial and have posted pictures. I knew Jacob had a brother named Willis and a sister named Sarah. We did find an obituary for Willis who died young but we knew nothing of Sarah. I did know that Tolbert was the father of Jacob, Sarah and Willis. Your note solves some mysteries for me. I did note that James Neal was 15 years older than Eliza. The housekeeper portion makes sense given the age difference.
Please take a look at the Jacob and Susan Weaver memorials as Susan's obituary is posted as well.
Again, I am so pleased with your response and your information. I hope we can correspond as I will have some additional questions.
All the Best,
Added by Barry Simich on Dec 13, 2014 3:00 PM
Barry Simich
James B. Neal
I was so pleased to find the graves and memorial for James B. Neal and his wife Eliza. Eliza and my great great grandmother, Susan Weaver were sisters. I have created a memorial for Susan Weaver, her husband Jacob, along with memorials for Susan and Eliza's parents. I do hope you will take the time to look at the postings and the links. I have also added links to Susan and Eliza's sisters and brother, all buried in Mt Moriah Cemetery near Harrisburg, Illinois. If you click on the links to James Baker and his wife Margaret(Margaret is another of the sisters to Eliza), you will see a picture that includes James Neal with his in-laws. The picture was taken in October of 1918 when the Neals were visiting Harrisburg.
Once again, I was pleased to find the memorials.
Barry Simich
Added by Barry Simich on Dec 13, 2014 8:57 AM
We are related
I also am a great great granddaughter of John Hardin Smith. I am trying to figure out how we are related that we don't know each other. I'd love to communicate with you and explore the connection. (Are you one of Faye's or Russell's grandchildren?)
Added by gweil1 on Oct 29, 2014 8:25 AM
Carl W. Christy

I found him, took a picture, and have upload it. I also took a better picture of Pearl Christy grave and buried nearby with pictures I upload are Carl G. Christie and Frances C. Christie, who apparently changed the spelling of their names.

Best wishes, Ed
Added by Edward on Oct 31, 2010 5:28 PM
Carl Christy
Hi, I will go look for him later today. Ed
Added by Edward on Oct 31, 2010 9:59 AM
Carl Christy
I would be happy to up load a photo of Carl. However, I have not run across his stone. Do you know which Section he is buried in?

Unfortunately, there are 9,000 plus deads buried in Rolla Cemetery and hard to find a particular person without knowledge of Section.

If you do not know, I can call and get the location, but I hate to keep bugging the management.

Sincerely, Ed
Added by Edward on Oct 29, 2010 5:38 PM
Amanda Studebaker
I was in Oak Cemetery this morning but I was unable to locate the burial spot for Amanda. However I may go back and try again soon. We had severe storms here yesterday and there were limbs and leaves all over the cemetery as well as a huge old tree uprooted. I may give them some time to get things cleaned up a little and then try again. I have not claimed the request just in case someone else might give it a try before I get the chance.
Added by Cindy on Jun 13, 2009 5:58 PM
Mary Smith
Thank you for the information on Mary Smith.
Added by Shelba on Apr 30, 2009 11:36 AM
Cindy Brisco Wheeler
You are very welcome. I'm glad I could help. You will want to make note that his gravesite is Plot 5; Grave 2780; instead of Grave 2760. Have a blessed day. Kind regards, Cindy
Added by Cindy Brisco Wheeler on Aug 08, 2008 8:49 AM
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