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EB Williams (#47382998)
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Interested in Southern and Western Macon County Family histories and gravesites. Enjoy linking together families and their local histories.
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Schatzie Moore
RE: Marjorie Moore
Thank You, I have been in touch with Melissa, Samantha and CoraSue. I am so sorry to not be able to have had more visits with her. She was amazing with Moore History and her stories - Wow!
We were to get together again early this summer, but was not able to catch her and then when you told me she was on hospise, well.... I now will be able to cherish her stories and knowledge!
I will miss Marjorie Jean Moore Davis
Added by Schatzie Moore on Jul 04, 2014 2:56 PM
Blytha & Donald Ellis
RE: Kirk family
I have researched John R. Kirk who was associated with the Kirk Memorial and other buildings on the Truman State Uni. campus, and they are a different Kirk family, not associated with Jesse Kirk after whom Kirksville was named. -- Jesse Kirk (after whom Kirksville was named) came from Kentucky, and his father James Travis Kirk, born 1759, came from Virginia where he was a Revolutionary Soldier, and his father was James Kirk, born 1720, who was an immigrant from Ireland. -- The John R. Kirk of the University was born in Illinois, son of George W. Kirk who was born in New York, and his father was Robert G. Kirk, also born in New York, and his father was John L. Kirk born in 1770 in New York. These two families followed different paths and they do not lead back to the same ancestor anywhere that I can find, so I do not believe they are related.
Added by Blytha & Donald Ellis on May 19, 2014 8:12 PM
Schatzie Moore
Hello! Just catching up on messages! Had my granddaughters over for the weekend and that time is left for tea party time. I received both of you messages and so enjoyed reading the one about Stan! What a joy it has been to work with him and YOU! I am so glad I have been a part of his beautiful "Pay it Forward" Favor to a friend, I know I have benifited from it and that will continue
Added by Schatzie Moore on Feb 17, 2014 2:18 PM
Curtis Fant
RE: Felix Baker Cemetery

I am not sure who owns the ground. I got close then started asking around and a farmer in the area told me exactly how to find it. There is an apartment building parking lot and a stand of trees right behind it. If you go North on Long Branch Lake road to Javelin Place. Turn left on Javelin Place and look for the gravel parking lot to some apartments or a duplex. Right at the end of that parking lot there is a dark stand of trees. The cemetery can is back there in the trees and really in bad shape. It looks like an infant was buried there in the late 1990's, but even that grave is not kept up. I would guess many stones are missing now, but there are still a few there, mostly turned over or knocked down, among beer cans and plenty of weeds. I also got a nice case of poison oak that took a while to go away from my journey there. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.


Added by Curtis Fant on Oct 29, 2013 9:59 PM
Gerry Stanley
Adra Sportsman
Links made. Thanks for the information.
Added by Gerry Stanley on Oct 19, 2013 7:16 AM
RE: Mulnix update
You are welcome. I agree, this site should be as accurate as possible. More information always helpful!
Added by PShannon on Oct 02, 2013 6:57 PM
Schatzie Moore
Hi Elna! I imagine being summer you are extremely busy, as I! Stan Metts, fellow contributor is retiring, so if there are some of the memorials that you wish to have transferred to you, may want to request!
Added by Schatzie Moore on Aug 26, 2013 2:14 PM
Schatzie Moore
RE: Ida Standfield
It was a beautiful time! Doris and Bud Freeman were great hosts! It did get warmer than it was suppose too and the humidity hit about 3pm, wow! All in all I am sure Mona was satisfied about the outcome, lot's of good info was had!!
Added by Schatzie Moore on Jul 11, 2013 6:54 AM
Schatzie Moore
RE: Ida Standfield
Hello! Yes the reunion at Buddy and Doris Freeman was a lot of fun! But it should have been called Freeman-Moore Reunion! There were a lot of Flossie Freeman - Roy Moore family there. Doris and Mona Freeman Upah did a great job!
Added by Schatzie Moore on Jul 06, 2013 9:27 PM
Schatzie Moore
Ida Standfield
Hello Elna! Just wanted to let you know that The memorial for Ida Stanfield # 110863407 is a duplicate of Ida Brown Stanfield Dale #41095955, contributor Diehard. She is also one of the long time photo request. She just had to many last names! will be up there Saturday for a Freeman Family reunion, so I will stop by and grab her photo
Added by Schatzie Moore on Jul 04, 2013 2:43 PM
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