|Sue Mynatt Dunn (#47417394)|
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I live in Springfield, MO. I have three children. Thank goodness they are all living. I have just become interested in adding some of my family to Find a Grave. It has been a worthwhile place to go when looking for my family tree.|
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|Gomer and Judy||Edit|
Sue; if you want to have an memorial edited please use edit button so owners will know what memorial you are asking about.
Thank you Gomer
|Gomer and Judy||Emma T Washington Williams|
Sue; I do not know about other marriages, I just walk cemeteries and add memorials Sorry.
|sissy||Martin Van Buren Mynatt info|
Hi Sue, I'm so glad to hear from you. I would be glad to send you my email, but I don't want to post it publicly. I'm not very familiar with this website, can you tell me how to get it to you so only you can see it?
Added by sissy on Jan 29, 2015 6:27 PM
I believe the other half sister is named Tennie or which might be a nickname for Tennessee.
Added by sissy on Jan 28, 2015 8:46 PM
|sissy||Martin Van Buren Mynatt|
I am looking for any photos or any other information for Martin Van Buren Mynatt or his family. He is my great grandfather.
Added by sissy on Jan 28, 2015 7:18 PM
|Robbie Wilson||Estes Family History|
I am a descendant of John and Margret's oldest child, Peter Ruben Estes who was born on February 19, 1820, and died (according to his military records) after a brief service in the Civil War on July 24, 1864, at his home in Coalfield (Morgan Co.), Tennessee. He was the first person buried in what became the Estes Cemetery in Coalfield. He was my 3-greats-grandfather and married Mary Jane "Jane" Justice on January 30, 1844, in Morgan County, Tennessee. Jane passed away in March 1906 and is buried beside him. I have a portrait of her. According to a 1980 family-data sheet for John "Calvin" Estes and Margret Jones, they were the parents of 11 children: Peter (my ancestor), Elizabeth Ann, Sarah E., Paul, Catherine, Nancy Margaret, Samuel, Eliza E., Martha Jane, Ezra, and John. I would enjoy hearing from you.
|Darrel Jackson||RE: Thearl Curbow|
Thanks! I started working through our family tree on MyHeritage.com and it has lead me to this one. The name is so unique but who knows. It is so nice so many people take the time to post graves and many post history wit them.
|Patricia Perry||Nancy Whited Osborne|
Hi Sue: Thanks so much for your quick reply. I am hoping we can exchange information. I believe your mother had a family tree on the Internet with some information on Bert's children, (my mother and her siblings). I can definitely finish that information if you like. Would you mind corresponding directly by our individual emails. Mine is firstname.lastname@example.org. I am hoping you can help me with some photographs as I only have three of my grandfather; one was taken when he was about 40, one in 1949 when my family visited Kansas and one taken shortly before his death with my Uncle George. Also, would you mind emailing me the one of Nancy on the website at a higher resolution. Sure appreciate any help you can give me. Thanks you. Pat Perry
|Patricia Perry||Nancy F. Osborne|
Hi Sue: Great information. My grandfather was Albert Henry Osborne, the last husband of Nancy Whited. No record of a marriage has been found, but they lived together from the early 1920s until Bert's death in 1952. I was wondering where you got the information on Nancy and the photograph. It's really very interesting. My mother always said that Nancy had had her jaw broken when she was young and you can tell this is so in the photograph. I really appreciate any assistance you can give me. Once my grandmother died, Bert's first wife, his children were farmed out around Kansas and none of Bert's children were close to him. I'm tryng to find out more about Bert and Nancy and hope you have some information or can suggest who I should contact. Thank you very much.
|Rhonda Stubblefield||Carter Family|
So Sue, are u family of The Carter Family burried in Halltown cemetery?
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