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RMonroe (#47125063)
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All pictures I've posted are of my ancestors. I love genealogy so if anybody is a cousin/relative feel free to contact me.
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Lolita Cunningham
RE: Elmer Jacob Wart
Thank You!

I would appreciate any information you might know or any photos you are willing to share.

Added by Lolita Cunningham on Nov 07, 2015 2:42 PM
Lolita Cunningham
Elmer Jacob Wart
Thank you so much for posting the picture of him to the site on Find A Grave. He was the husband of my dad's aunt Lilly but I had never seen a picture of him. I would like to copy the photo for my private records if you don't mind.

Thank you again,
Added by Lolita Cunningham on Nov 07, 2015 12:39 PM
Stan Morgan
Willey - Deep Creek
I have just posted the photo you requested along with photos of the markers for Thomas & Florence Willey. If you would like a photo of the three side-by-side graves which also shows a good portion of the cemetery, contact me at my E-mail address and I'll send it to you.
Added by Stan Morgan on May 13, 2015 11:02 AM
Lorraine McLaren
Hi, I am Lorraine McLaren, my Dad is Clyde B McLaren, John Horace's son. I really love all the stuff you folks have been posting here. I don't have much on Aunt Dolly, but I remember visiting her home in Longview a few times when I was a child. the resin grapes on her coffee table made a big impression. :)
Added by Lorraine McLaren on Mar 05, 2015 11:22 AM
jenny saad
RE: McLaren Family
Hello! I know the John Brady McLaren Clan must be huge! He did have quite a few grandchildren especially from John Horace McLaren. Joseph Ritchie McLaren was my Great Grandfather (John Brady's oldest brother) from a second marriage. I connected with a few individuals in Canada and Montana who have shared a wealth of information and photos. If interested I would be happy to share what I have and have learned if interested. Let me know.
Best regards,
Added by jenny saad on Sep 15, 2014 5:12 PM
Garrett Gabel
RE: Sam Stuart
I'll dig those articles out this week for you. I think you'll like them. You mentioned Michael, Sam's brother was in the Civil War, which side? I assume Sam didn't fight? Garrett
Added by Garrett Gabel on May 27, 2014 6:18 PM
Garrett Gabel
RE: Sam Stuart
Tell me about Sam Stuart, I guess he left for Okla. after losing his wife? I noticed our Phelps county cem. book has him listed at Cowan, which is obviously wrong. I have a neat paper article about him stopping at Yancy Mills visiting and fishing, taking a break from hauling hogs from Rolla to home. I have a very short obit on his wife, more of a death notice than an obit actually. If interested in any of this I could send it to you.
Added by Garrett Gabel on May 26, 2014 4:53 PM
Garrett Gabel
RE: John W. Lenox
Yes, had a good weekend to stop and reflect on loved ones come and gone. Thanks and looking forward to perhaps any additional info. Say, did you receive the Elizabeth Brown Lenox headstone photo? I don't need a pat on the back but wanted to let you know that I had almost given up on finding it at Coppedge cemetery, it was quite grown up, but I took another walk through and lo and behold, it was there. Off of it's base but undamaged. I managed to get the heavy stone on the base, photograph it then edged it down. The old glue had obviously dried and lost it's strength. Sometime I'd like to go back and re-glue it on it's base. I use a very good glue on broken stones that works well.
Added by Garrett Gabel on May 26, 2014 4:47 PM
Garrett Gabel
John W. Lenox
Hello again, What do you know about John W. Lenox, s/o Elder David? I have lots of war info. on him, but in a nutshell I have him being a Captain in Co. D, 10th Mo. inf., enlisted 1, Aug. 1862 in Oregon co. Mo. by Col. W.O. Coleman. Accidentally killed on Mo./Ark. border 23, Sept.1863, age 24. Supposedly married an Arkansas woman. Family lore has it he and brother W.H. escaped Fort Wyman in 1863. Any further info? What was his middle name? Wesley or Wilson? I've about gathered all the war info. on all the Lenox boys, Ham's, Elder's and even including John Lenox Sr.'s boys, one of them; Hamilton 1845-1916, buried at Adams cem., we set a military stone for a couple years ago. I just recently read Don Bisett's book on the Elder line, quite interesting. Thanks! Garrett
Added by Garrett Gabel on May 21, 2014 11:29 AM
Garrett Gabel
RE: Emma Lesuer
Perhaps up in Pettis county where Mary is buried then? I don't suppose you have anything on Wm. Hamilton Lenox? I'll end my questions here soon :>)
Added by Garrett Gabel on May 16, 2014 6:24 PM
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