|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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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.
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Virgil Hunt 67592226|
Thank you for the edit. Are you related?
|WLC||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:
|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
|Margi||RE: Baskins pix|
You are most welcome. I'm glad that I was able to help.
Added by Margi on Nov 27, 2013 8:28 PM
|robertwaustin||RE: Toner stone|
You are very welcome. Glad I could help.
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|
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.
|Jerri||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 ancestry.com, 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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