|C Stuart (#47162152)|
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My Stuart family is from southern Alabama, particularly Butler, Wilcox and surrounding counties, dating back to 1816.|
Beyond that, I have traced our line back to James Stuart of Londonderry Township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, who died in 1752. He was married to Margaret.
Recently, our Stuart dna has been tested, and found to directly descend from the Ancient Stewarts, back to the earliest High Stewards of Scotland, in the 1100s.
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Thank you for new info of Mrs. Baker.
No, she and William Harper Baker is not buried together. She is in Woodlawn Memorial Cemetery inside the city limits of Hayti, Mo. William Harper Baker is buried in Organ Cemetery on Black Island. Black Island is a few miles north of Hayti, a farming area. I haven't heard of anyone being buried there in 50 years or more. I have not been there, so I do not how well it is being taken care of.
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|Judy Murphy||Garvice Stuart Shotwell Clay|
Charles: Located marriage record showing she married Harris A. Clay in Nacogdoches Co. Tx on 4-28-1973. Following her death he married Leona V. Grimm in Bell Co. TX on 5-25-1991.
Per family tree:
Harris A. Clay
Died: 4-21-2003 Bartlesville, OK.
|David L Nesbitt||W B Stanley|
The McMullen Funeral Home in Columbus, Georgia handled Mr Stanley's remains. They said that he was creamated and his ashes were given to his son. You will need to contact his son to see what happen with the ashes. Hope this information helps you.