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Cal (#47988505)
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Bio Photo I was raised on a farm in South Central Missouri. I graduated from college and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army. I spent 20 years on active duty as a Field Artillery Officer. I held a number of command and staff jobs with overseas assignments in Turkey and Germany. I retired as a Major and currently work for the Army as a civilian. I currently live in Kansas City, Kansas. I enjoy traveling with my family and we have been on several cruises. Between my military service and these cruises I have seen a great deal of the world. I'll be glad to help people with information & photos that I have.
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Linda Jensen
RE: Jesse J Syphert Find a Grave memorial 29104823
Hi Cal,

Joseph Jesse Syphert is the great grandfather of wife of step grandfather according to so my research on him is very limited. lol

1850 census, Jesse b. 1812 VA, married to Cynthia, children Hannah 9, Arnold 6 and Samuel 2 living in Tuscarawas, Coshocton, Ohio

1860 Concord, Irquiois, Ill
Joseph J b. 1812 va, married to Cynthia, children Hannah 17, Arnold 15, Samuel 13, Lorean (lori ann) 8, Nancy 5 and Sarah 3

1868 Lewis C Whiteman married Lois Anne Syphert in Newton County Ind.

1870: not on the Concord, Iroquois, Ill census. Lewis and Lois are though.

1880 Jesse is living with Lewis and Lois Whiteman in Concord, Iroquois, Ill listed as a widower b. 1811 VA, house painter

So maybe Jesse or Joseph Jesse can be found on the Newton County Ind. 1870 census and maybe Cynthia's fate could be discovered there also.
Added by Linda Jensen on Nov 23, 2014 11:42 AM
LaDon Brennan
Emma Reno
Thanks for the great photo of great aunt Emma's tombstone. I was pleased to see the lovely arrangement placed at her grave. I appreciate your talent and time --
Added by LaDon Brennan on May 28, 2013 1:23 PM

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