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judy v (#47120028)
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I have doing family research for well over 25 years my grandmother on y moms side told me stories as i was a young child i listened very close. My love of history has always been a very important part of my life.

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Pat Schlegel
Sterling and Meriah Nunn
Hi, Sterling and Meriah Nunn are my great great grandparents by way of their son Ewing, and his son Enis.

Do you have any information on these people outside names and birthdates? I know Sterling fought in the Civil War and his father before him and his great great grandfather before him fought in the Revolutionary War, with George Washington at Valley Forge and Brandywine.

Sterling was captured at Vicksburg, returned, then rejoined the mounted brigade.

Thats about all I know. I hope you get this:)

Added by Pat Schlegel on Jul 30, 2011 2:12 PM
Judy Creach
Jane Huffman
Hi Judy, my name is also Judy. I saw where you had left a note on Jane Huffman's find a grave page. She is my great great grandmother on my Mother's side. I would love to talk with you about our link

you may contact me at

I have a lot of information on the Huffman/Brown families in Hickory county and a lot of photos but none sadly of Jane. I would take photos of the cemeteries close to me, Fairview, Cross
Timbers, McCain/Little Niangua are some where the Families in our tree, but there are many more near me, I have a Hickory co cemetery book to look up directions. If you need photos feel free to ask me.

I live east of Osceola MO.

Judy Carnahan
Added by Judy Creach on Sep 23, 2010 9:15 PM
S Brown
You are so welcome. I'm glad I was able to assist. I belive the city takes care of this cemetery since there is no identifying signs or contact numbers. It is being maintained however, there are a few stones that I had to actually crawl under a tree/bush to get a picture of. I did notice some stones had been replaced by newer stones possibly by family members. I do not think it would be a problem for you to try to repair the stone. I hope this helps.
Added by S Brown on Jun 29, 2010 7:09 AM
Carol Clark

I have not been to see the graves in Knoxville - yet. But, hope to get there someday.

We are related through Dozier Brawner Gammon. Our line went on to Decatur county, IA. I have lots on that line. Would be glad to share on our line if you are interested.

Would enjoy seeing your line too.

Best regards,
Carol in Colorado

Have visited the Decatur county graves.
Added by Carol Clark on Aug 04, 2009 11:29 PM

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