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Randy Stewart (#47096064)
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Gerry Mitchell
Seymour Rogers Memorial
Randy

You recently placed a flower on the Find a Grave memorial of Seymour Rogers (9771612), buried in the Mount Calvary Cemetery, Joplin Missouri, with a notation that he is the SS Rogers that was the founder of Liberal, Kansas. I believe that you have mis-identified this individual.

This Seymour Rogers was enumerated with his family in Johnson County, Nebraska in the 1870 and 1880 US census and in the 1885 Nebraska Territorial Census. His mother, Thankful Rogers, died in Jasper County in 1879 and Seymour and his son Marion moved to Joplin sometime after 1885. They were enumerated in Joplin in the 1900 census. I do not believe that these facts support a contention that he was in Liberal, Kansas in the 1870ís or 1880ís.

Gerry Mitchell
Added by Gerry Mitchell on Dec 11, 2014 5:41 PM
George McMath
Joseph McMath Clan
Randy,
I am a third great grandson of Joseph McMath by way of Hachiliah, Hach jr., John Lattie, and Joseph Lee McMath. My side of the family settled around Americus, GA and Dothan, Al. I have a fairly large database on Family Tree Maker and Ancestry.com, if you are interested in sharing Info. I am also a contributor on Find A Grave.
YOS,
George A. McMath
Added by George McMath on Nov 17, 2014 12:17 AM
Akridge
RE: transfer of Joseph Hogg Durrett memorial
Randy,

Thank you. As soon as I get more information, I will let you know!

Cindy
Added by Akridge on Oct 21, 2014 12:35 PM
d synnott
Sitchie Clevenger
Sitche is my 4X great Grandmother on my mom's side of the family. Thanks for the grave photo! Is there one of her husband's, Thomas Clevenger, grave in that area or was it never found? What was the graveyard area like? Do you have a photo of the graves around this one? My curiosity is great and I would love to know about how you found it and why, details like that. Whether my questions are answered or not, thank you for taking the time to take this photo and post it!!
D Synnott
Added by d synnott on Feb 24, 2013 7:25 PM
Loretta Holcomb Tomlin
RE: Mitchell Family
Thank you for your reply - I would love to share information with you. I see that someone also inquired about the Miller family in Bell County. My GG-grandmother was a miller/mueller. I can share more of that later. My person email is - LorettaTom@gmail.com
Added by Loretta Holcomb Tomlin on Jan 04, 2012 1:12 PM
Loretta Holcomb Tomlin
Mitchell Family
Hello -
I am trying to verify that Mary W. Holcomb was the mother of Roy Truitt Mitchell buried in Rose Hill Cemetery in Tulia, TX. Mary would have been my great, great aunt. Also in Roy's obit it mentions that his father was a minister - what faith/church and do you know where Roy's parents are buried?

Loretta Holcomb Tomlin
LorettaTom@gmail.com
Added by Loretta Holcomb Tomlin on Dec 30, 2011 11:32 AM
carolyn janssen
RE: Browns of Adams Fam Cem.
Randy
In reply to your email..I have searched my records and cannot find Henry and Lucy Womack Brown from Wake Co. North Carolina..I know that Williamson Brown family moved to Indiana from North Carolina in the early 1800s but cannot find any record of Henry and Lucy.I have updated many findagrave sites so maybe you could tell me just which one you are talking about and I'll see if I can help you...Carolyn
Added by carolyn janssen on Feb 25, 2011 7:51 AM
MerryChristmas
Hey Randy re memorial 44182018
Abner vs Abnar Freeman duplicates

What ever happened to that situation?

Just following up on extremely old SAC's not completed before contacting Admin about them

Let me know
Thanks!
Janet
Added by MerryChristmas on Jul 31, 2010 3:38 PM
Melinda Moorehouse
Randall Robison Browne
Hi,

Randall Robison Browne was my great great grandfather. To my understanding he had 21 children between the 2 wives. The last son born to the first wife was my great grandfather. The children from the second wife dropped the "e" from the end of Browne to distinguish between the two families. I have a picture of him in my home. His son that was my great grandfather died in the 1918 influenza epidemic. He left my great grandmother to raise 7-8 children, 1 being my grandfather. My grandfather was 20 at the time. He quit school to help his mother on the farm. The house was there until the late 70's early 80's. It had been turned into a restaurant, but burned to the ground. We were always told by mu Granddaddy that Randall had a huge home in Tuscaloosa. You are a cousin.
Added by Melinda Moorehouse on Apr 08, 2010 10:35 AM
Elizabeth (Liz) Taylor Allen
Allen Family
Hi, Randy, I am Wilbur Alllen's wife. He passed away on 13 Feb 2009. I am trying to keep up the work he did on the family. Have found lots of interesting tidbit lately that he would have loved to follow up on. I was just up dating and rechecking the Allen info we had put on Anc.com and found the picture of Winnie Allen Lewis' gravestone. In the write up you did you mentioned that Winnie's mother was Else Clevenger - am I wrong in having it as Elizabeth Coil? Also Wilbur has Abraham as having at least one if not two more children. I would like to hear from you and any finding you have that I don't. I think Wilbur's direct line back to Reuben and Else is now correct and up to date. I have moved to a senior retirement center however my e-mail is the same - MOGA2CA@AOL.COM.
Liz Allen Hillsboro, OR
Added by Elizabeth (Liz) Taylor A... on Jan 10, 2010 4:10 PM
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