|Sandra Hicks Sites (#47070959)|
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|I grew up in Dallas County, MO and I love researching not only my direct descendants, but also those that are called 'related lines'. The lines that I am most interested in are: Hicks, Lawson, Hildebrand, Pepper, Williams, Haney, Turner, Rains, Evans, Gann and many others that were so much a part of my up-bringing in Dallas County. |
I along with my husband Pat, have lived in the Kansas City area for many years, and both recently retired from John Deere Co.
I still have family in the Long Lane and Buffalo area, but don't get down as often as I'd like.
I would love to hear from anyone interested in these families or from others who are researching Dallas County families.
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|K&LB||David Hitson at Macedonia Cemetery|
Hi Sandra I'm glad you found David Hitson's gravesite. I didn't know where it was. Do you know if he has a headstone? I will link him to his son Robert as you requested. Lynne
Added by K&LB on Jun 14, 2016 3:10 PM
|E L Hon||Elmer Patrick photo|
Hi Sandra, I really appreciate your efforts in taking this photo for me. However, the pic is sideways. I saved/edited the pic to make it much easier to view. Would you mind terribly deleted your picture? I would appreciate it. Thanks again for going to the trouble of taking the pic though.
Added by E L Hon on Nov 01, 2015 7:18 PM
|Jamie Cragle||Geraldine Jelsch|
Thank you very much..
|Jamie Cragle||Geraldine Jelsch 72007207|
When you get time could you take a new pic of the headstone? just when you are there.
|LaDon Brennan||RE: Bill Shaddox|
Are you involved with Grant cemetery? I was in MO in April and visited the cemetery, I didn't see any overturned or broken stones, whoever cares for the cemetery has done a wonderful job in repairing and resetting the stones. It looked like many cemeteries only look the week of Memorial Day, IF THAT.
|LaDon Brennan||Bill Shaddox|
Thanks for the great photo, beautiful stone. Happy to see so many flowers, it almost looks like he may be a veteran tho service isn't mentioned in obit.
|Margaret Maulin||Benton Branch Cemetery|
Obituary for Sarah Esther Williams Hildebrand in Nov 20, 2014 Springfield News-Leader.
|Jamie Cragle||Bryon Engle|
I am confused as where he is buried. The photo you show of Bryon and Geraldine Engle plot. I show this as her burial site. Is Bryon Buried in Missouri or Michigan?
Birth: Mar. 20, 1910
Death: Jan. 10, 1990
Bryon Engle, 79, of Bethesda, husband of the former Geraldine L. Jelsch of Maybee, died Jan 10 in Fairfax, VA. Nursing Home, of complications from a stroke he sufferedin 1986. He had been in the nursing home since being stricken.
A memorial service was held Monday in Washington, DC.
A memorial Mass is scheduled for 11 a.m. in St. Josheph Catholic Church, Maybee, with burial following in St Joseph Cemetery, Maybee.
Mr. Engle established and directed the U.S. Department of State's Foreign Police Assistance Program from 1955 until retiring in 1937.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by a daughter and a grandchild.
From a Find A Grave visitor has made a suggestion
Byron Engle information:
Date of Birth March 20th, 1910
Date of Death January 10th, 1990
Wife Geraldine L. Engle (Jelsch)
Daughter Susanne Engle
Nieces Pearl G. McKenney (deceased) Constance Caraway (Deceased)
Posted 12 Sept 2012
Saint Joseph Cemetery
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Created by: Grace Younglove Hudson
Record added: Jul 06, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 93179962
Hi Sandra, I'm sorry I didn't see your request to link John Manual Haney with his parents until now. I've logged on at times but didn't see the message. They are linked now. Thanks for the request. Hope all is going well for you. Ginny (Haney) Scorup
Added by Ginny on Sep 27, 2014 10:31 PM
|Lynn Williams||Ida Hayes|
Hi Sandra. I have linked Ida with her parents as you requested. Thanks for the information. I was interested to see that among the names you are researching are Hicks and Williams, two of the primary names in my family tree.
I have traced my Hicks ancestors back to Indiana, and then to Kansas and finally Colorado. They arrived here in Colorado, I believe, around 1900. This family is in my mother's line on her mother's side.
My Williams ancestors came from England, and settled in the Chicago area in the 1850's. They moved west to Colorado about 1871. They are also in my mother's line, on her dad's side.
Any connections with your family tree?
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