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tecomadrid (#47520744)
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Bio Photo As a child, I often lived with older family members, who generously shared their precious gifts of memories and family stories with me. Regret and longing was frequently expressed, over the inability to visit family grave-sites, and to leave flowers, or other expressions of love. As I have found family resting places, stories and mysteries resurface, are recorded, preserved, and some even solved, for future family members who may have questions about our family history!

My Goal is to Share History, and Family Information!

Some of the Memorials I manage, are affiliated family members, whom I am researching, and have additional information to add, thus a transfer occurred. A few were transferred from Findagrave members who were, or were going to become inactive. My goal is to preserve and share our collective history, not to collect memorials. If I manage a close family member to you, whom you care enough about to sponsor, or to add photos and information for, and you would like a transfer, please contact me!
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Brad Whitney
Nathaniel Booth
Deb, can you shed some light on these two memorials?

# 5581616
# 120795569

Sorry, I think I just figured it out. Martha is buried in Pueblo and Nathaniel is buried in Elm Springs, but listed on the stone with Martha in Pueblo. She must have remarried as she is buried with the surname of Blanchard. (#120795767) I've submitted a SAC adding info and correcting the surname.

She is buried in the same plot as Charles M. Stricklett (#120796146) who married Maggie Booth in Pueblo County. Marriage license issued 13 Oct 1895.

I hope this was useful. If I can help further, please use the email on my profile.

Brad
Added by Brad Whitney on Oct 15, 2014 11:57 PM
iowahillgal
RE: William Harvey Booth - Thank You
Deb,

I'm not related to any Booths, just grew up in Iowa Hill and also had the good fortune to connect with Bob & Sharon Balmain who have done incredible work on recording the Iowa Hill cemeteries. I will be seeing Sharon & Bob on Monday and will ask if they know of any more Booths and let you know.

Robin
Added by iowahillgal on Sep 13, 2014 5:17 PM
TimelessSpirits
Margaret Huntress Brigham 92603837
I added quite a lot of information to Margaret's memorial and wanted to let you know. I also created a memorial for her husband and linked her to him and linked some of their children as well. Guess that is about it.
Added by TimelessSpirits on Aug 16, 2014 7:47 PM
Joan
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 85780800
Thank you so much for the information. With it I was able to find most of the children! Please know that you are very appreciated.

Warm regards,
Joan
Added by Joan on Aug 07, 2014 7:06 PM
Joan
John H Davis
Hi again!

I just wanted to tell you that I read your story about John and his family and I thought that it was beautifully said.

Good Job!

Warm regards,
Joan
Added by Joan on Aug 07, 2014 7:05 PM
Merlin Kitchen
RE: Ann(a) Eliza(beth) Stice Bishop
I don't remember for sure what correction I suggested, but I think it was that she was not named Elizabeth, but Eliza. Here are my notes/sources:

CENSUS 1920: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M8C4-TN1
age 83 1920 census home 105 family 96, California ward 3, Walker twp., Moniteau county, Missouri ED 116 p. 5A/118
name given as Eliza Bishop, widow
Present: Eliza Bisop, age 83, b. Missouri; servant Maude Jobe, age 37, b. Missouri.

CENSUS 1910: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M2B8-V2T
age 73 1910 census home 432 family 432 California ward 3, Walker twp., Moniteau Co. Missouri ED 102 p. 17B
Name given as Annie Bishop, widow, living alone.

CENSUS 1900: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M3ZT-C54
age 63 1900 census home 106 family 110 California City, Walker twp., Moniteau Co. Missouri ED 9 sheet 5
Name given as Eliza Bishop
Present: David Bishop, age 75, b. August 1824 in Kentucky, married 33 years; wife Eliza, age 63, b. October 1836 in Missouri, married 33 years, 2 children born, both still living; son Albert, age 26, b.January 1873 in Missouri, single.

CENSUS 1880: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M6XR-2SQ
age 43 1880 census family 165 California city, Moniteau Co. Missouri ED 204 sheet 17
Name given as Ann Bishop
Present; David Bishop, age 58; wife Ann, age 43; son Edward, age 11; son Albert, age 7; all born in Missouri

CENSUS 1870: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M46R-8SD
age 33 1870 census 107 family 2113 Walker Twp., Moniteau Co. Missouri p.15
Name given as Ann E. Bishop
Present: David Bishop, age 45, b. Kentucky; Anne E., age 33, b. Missouri; Katie, age 17; Laura H, age 13; James L, age 10; John E., age 9/12; all children born in Missouri

CENSUS 1860: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHCB-6JZ
age 23 1860 census home 862 family 941 Perche twp., Boone Co. Mo. Page 962
name given as Eliza Stice. Younger sister living with her in home with another family.
Present: Eliza Stice, age 23; Susan Stice, age 13; both born in Missouri

CENSUS 1850: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MDZ3-M24
age 13 1850 census. Home 259 Family 259 Boone Co. Missouri page 346
Name given as Ann E. Stice. living with widowed mother.
Present: Sabina Stice, age 27, b. Kentucky; Ann E., age 13, b. Missouri; Lucinda, age 11, b. Missouri; William E., age 9, b. Missouri; John C., age 6, b. Missouri; Susan, age 3, b. Missouri

Probate Court Records of Boone Co. Missouri, #4091, Estate of Wm. E. Stice,
W. H. H. Fenton, Admr. Grant June 11, 1888. F. S. Aug 12 1890. Wm. E.
Stice died intestate at Fulton, Missouri 3 Apr 1888, leaving as his heirs John
C. Stice, Jas. F. Fenton, Andrew B. Fenton, Annie Pollock, Wm. E. Fenton in
Boone County. Ann Eliza Bishop of Moneiteau Co. and Lewis H. Mordica, Lucy
Mordica, Lee Mordica and Jessica Mordica of Camden Co. Missouri.

Probate Court Records of Boone Co. Missouri, #726, Estate of Mary Stice,
Garnet Duncan Admr. Grant Mar. 17, 1847. F.S. Nov 6, 1854. Heirs listed as
"the kin of Charles Stice decd living in Indiana, Moses Stice in Scotland Co.,
Mo. Polly Ann March, wife of Jefferson March of Scotland Co. Agnes March, wife
of Tyre March, of Scotland Co. Spicy Tune, wife of Benj. Tune living in
Arkansas. Joshua B. Stice, Andrew S. Stice and the children of Bluford Stice
Decd., e.g. Ann Eliza, Lucinda, William, John, and Susana Stice of Boone Co.,
Mo."
Added by Merlin Kitchen on Jul 28, 2014 4:07 PM
Joan
RE: John H, Davis
You are very welcome. I look forward to reading about John's life and stories. I am very happy that his memorial is now with the family.

Warm regards,
Joan
Added by Joan on Jun 10, 2014 12:12 AM
iowahillgal
RE: William Booth
Thanks, Teco!

Robin
Added by iowahillgal on Apr 18, 2014 6:58 PM
Sandra Hall Smith
RE: Headley Davis
If you have additional info to add to his record, I would be happy to transfer management to you.
Added by Sandra Hall Smith on Mar 06, 2014 5:26 AM
Kyle Sutton
Davis Memorials
Deb,

First of all, thank you for your kind words. I'm so glad that you have benefited from the memorials that I created. I contributed those from Smithfield Cemetery some time ago when I was single and had a lot of leisure time. I'm now married with two sons, and don't get to contribute to the site as much as I used to, due to lack of time, but I still get out and do it occasionally.

Just wanted to let you know that I went ahead and transferred to you all of the Davis memorials from Smithfield Cemetery that I was currently managing. I figured it would be much easier to do it that way, and just let you add to them as you please. If I can help you further in any way, please let me know. I don't live in the same part of town as I did when I was closer to that particular cemetery, but I'm over there every so often, so if I can help with anything, I'll certainly try.

Thanks again for your note. It made my day to be reminded that my efforts were not in vain. God bless.
Added by Kyle Sutton on Jan 30, 2014 11:37 AM
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