|Rick McMillian (#47412561)|
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My name is Rick McMillian of St. Joseph Missouri. My parents were Elmer Cole & Viola Lucille McMillian. Biggest part of my paternal family is buried in Platte, Clinton, and Buchanan Counties. Several are buried at New Market, Camden Point, and Dearborn Cemeteries. My maternal family ties are in Dekalb, Clinton, and Buchanan Counties.|
I have been actively researching my family ties for the last 2 years with alot of success. I hope to add more to this site as I continue my search.
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|C.C.Diamond||ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest|
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
If you have already received this message, please accept our apologies for the duplicate message.
|Linda McMillian||McMillian connection|
With both your family and my husband's living in Missouri, there has to be a connection. The furthest back I have gone with his McMillians is Robert Boone McMillian born in 1775 in Ireland and died in 1823 in Kentucky. He had 6 children. His child, James H., born 1812 in Kentucky, died in 1899 in Pulaski Co., MO and was buried in Crocker. He had 12 children. James' son, Jacob, was born in 1843 in Illinois and died in 1917 in Clinton, MO. He had 10 children. Jacob's son, Francis, was my husband's grandfather. He was born in 1890 in Walker, Henry Co., MO and died in 1950 in CA His son, Francis Leslie Jr., was born in 1919 in Clinton, MO and died in 2005. With all those McMillians there has to be some crossovers, I would think. Do any of these names look familiar to you, Rick?
|Just~Us Relatives||RE: Wm Henry Bledsoe|
Here is a death certificate link to William Henry Bledsoe and Margaret Moore's daughter:
Here is a link the William Henry Bledsoe's death certificate:
|Peggy Lamb Swafford||RE: McMillian Family|
Rick, Yes I would like any and all information you have. Spencer and Charity McClain McMillian are my husbands great uncle and aunt. Would you happen to have any information on the McClains also. Any information is most welcomed. Thankyou for e-mailing me.....Peggy
|Tombstone Tourist||Pleasant Ridge Cemetery|
Do you know what happened to the photo of the old Pleasant Ridge School that used to be located on the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery page?
|Larry Clemens||Clemens, Luella "Ella" McMillian|
As you know, Ella Clemens was married to Perry J. Clemens. Perry was shot and died in 1914. Our family history claims that Ella was "seeing" another man and Perry was shot by this man. I don't have proof just family hearsay.
In the 1920 census she is listed as a servant for the John Wyeth family in St. Joseph (treasurer of the Wyeth Hardware & Manufacturing Company).
Do you know when she married Willard B Lott (I think he lived in Atchison, KS)? Why would her grave stone show her last name as Clemens?
|Ann Kerns-Marsh||Mathew and Nollie Mayse|
thank you for adding the grave stone for my Great Grandparent. All the Mayse's at that cemetery are related to me one way or the other. :)
Have a great day and God Bless,
|Caryn Hood||RE: Looking For a James or Frank Moss|
Do you know death dates for James and Frank? When I went to Hillcrest Cemetery I took pictures of all the tombstones and entered each one. I took those photos in 2009, so if their stone was placed late in 2009 or later, I would not have the photo.
Also, who were your wife's great-grandparents? There was a Farr and Moss Family that married in my line.
|Mary Gresham Hoegh||Rollie Winder|
Did you know that Rol Winder, who married Hattie McMillian, was a brother to our Uncle Harry Winder and my grandmother Ivy Winder Gresham?
Mary Gresham Hoegh
|Lillian||Rev. Cook's tombstone|
Thanks so much for taking the time to photograph Rev. Cook's tombstone in the Lebanon Cemetery. I know it takes time and effort to take this photo. I really appreciate it. Lillian
Added by Lillian on Oct 18, 2011 8:56 AM
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