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Marjorie Trolinger Baskins (#47349099)
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I was born and grew up in Henry County, Missouri. I started working on genealogy about 20 years ago when my Mother-in-Law asked if I could go to the local genealogy library and see if I could find where her real grandmother Martha Jane Susan White Jenkins was buried. She died young, and grandfather remarried. His later wife was buried with him, but no-one was sure where the first wife was buried. I started looking, and of course got hooked!! The funny part is, with all my looking, successes, failures, etc, Martha Jane is the one person I have never been able to find. I have decided she was probably buried on the family farm, which was common it that time period in central Missouri.
I would appreciate any information on the following families: Trolinger, Wilmot, Starks, Bixler, Brown, Pennington, Mihlhauser, Wombles, Baskins,Durflinger, Dettman, Hunt, Jenkins, all from Kansas and Missouri since the 1800's.
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Tammy Catron
Please be advised that this memorial is a duplicate and was created in October of 2010 and the original # 52792865 was created in May of 2010 if you would like to add your photos to the other memorial it would be appreciated. Thank you for all your help.
Added by Tammy Catron on Nov 30, 2016 6:48 AM
Anne Shurtleff Stevens
Virgil Hunt 67592226
Thank you for the edit. Are you related?
Added by Anne Shurtleff Stevens on Jul 15, 2016 9:31 AM
RE: Wilmoth stone
Glad I could help.
Added by WLC on Jun 28, 2014 11:45 AM
Rick Wiley
John Hunt
Here is a link to Johns headstone photo:
Added by Rick Wiley on Mar 26, 2014 9:46 AM
Gary & Linda Albrecht Maret
ferba eidson
Marjorie, Thank you so much for getting the picture for roy and ferba. I really appreciate you taking the time to do these. Have a great day. Linda Maret
Added by Gary & Linda Albrecht Mar... on Feb 19, 2014 6:37 PM
RE: Baskins pix
You are most welcome. I'm glad that I was able to help.

Take care,

Added by Margi on Nov 27, 2013 8:28 PM
RE: Toner stone
You are very welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by robertwaustin on Sep 30, 2013 2:27 PM
I am now convinced that is her name. I just went fishing around Kentucky, and found a grave that is likely her niece, Apperline Curtis, 1876-1884, buried in Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville. This Apperline was a daughter of Charles Curtis, which is the name of our Appie's youngest brother.
Added by Jerri on Sep 21, 2013 2:57 PM
Mike Serpa
RE: William Nichols pix
Hi Marjorie,

Glad you like the photo. I am not related to William Nichols. Sorry, I have no other information about him except what is listed in the caption. Did you click on the photo? I posted everything I know of him there. Good luck in your search.

Added by Mike Serpa on Sep 21, 2013 2:36 PM
Appeline, Apperdine, Apperline
This is fascinating! Mary Appeline Nicholls' parents, Joseph and Cassandra are buried in the D-R Cem, as she is purported to be. Her grandparents are my ancestors, and Nicholls has 2 L's. Her husband John C Curtis survived till 1880, and is buried in Lexington, Lafayette, Missouri. (The Lexington in Kentucky is in Fayette County)

I did some research on, when her name first came up on Find A Grave, and found at least 3 spellings. John and Apperline appear in the 1850 Census, in Mason Co,KY, with their 5 children: Elvina, Ann, Joseph, John, and Charles.

In what cemetery was she first buried?

Added by Jerri on Sep 21, 2013 2:28 PM
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