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Steven A Maddox (#47996094)
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Bio Photo I am the son of Henry 'Art' and Clara ( McCorkle ) Maddox. Pictured with me is my wife Marilynn Y ( Harreld ) Maddox. We welcome your input and conversation.
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LADONNA GREER COLLETT
William Maddox,Jr.
Hi,added info you sent.Also transfer made.
LaDonna
Added by LADONNA GREER COLLETT on Jun 07, 2014 11:25 PM
Linda Y
RE: Maddox
Possible. We are taking photos in Odd Fellows.
Do you use Ancestry.
I am related to maddox family from Davidson Co Tenn. And Hopkins co ky
Added by Linda Y on Jun 06, 2014 11:18 AM
BJ Hogg
RE: w. maddox
I believe I have done what you asked. It may take a day or two for it to show up, but it was accepted.
Added by BJ Hogg on Jun 05, 2014 4:34 PM
BJ Hogg
RE: william mcwane maddox
I do not think so, otherwise her photo would be there. Do you know her name? If they were together I would have take both photos, so I'm thinking not.
Added by BJ Hogg on Jun 04, 2014 9:09 PM
Laura
RE: steve maddox
I am happy to share any info. My research has focused on the simonis family, without looking at my tree, I believe is the surname for Mr Gilliard's mother. I do not know of Bibles or letters. I would also be very interested in finding them.. I live in Michigan and my Simonis research often takes me to Ohio, where the family originated.
Added by Laura on Jun 02, 2014 6:23 AM
Laura
RE: Carl Junction Cemetery
Lavon's husband Wallace Gilliard, is a distant cousin. I think 3rd cousin 3x removed.
Added by Laura on Jun 01, 2014 3:25 PM
SSNPOM Doug
RE: Gist
Steven,
After receiving your message tonight, I sat down and looked through around 500 pages of notes and documents to find the handwritten mention of Martin. My memory of that entry was wrong regarding mines. That applied to another relative from Montana. The handwritten notes only say that he died during the Civil War at Carthage. I have so much documented and so many vintage family photos that it just runs together.

The state of that cemetery saddens me. We have many historical cemeteries here in Nevada that are in the same situation. I looked at it on Google Earth.

So we shared great great great grandparents (Hiram and Sarah Gist. I lave sought their graves or records of death for decades without success. I believe their last census was in Blue Springs, MO. from 1870. I have what I feel may be photos of them but may never be able to confirm this unless I find a proven photo.
Added by SSNPOM Doug on Apr 10, 2014 11:05 PM
SSNPOM Doug
RE: Gist
Steven, IF my memory is correct, there were notes in my family records passed down to me that Martin died in a mining accident near Carthage, MO. What information are you seeking? I assume you have found his grave or are you related?
Added by SSNPOM Doug on Apr 05, 2014 8:51 PM
JFI
memorials
I will be happy to enter any information you care to send for the memorials you mentioned or any others I might have. You can post photos without having them under your management. Thanks
Added by JFI on Feb 19, 2014 8:18 AM
Martin Tichenor
RE: maddox
Steven,
I am sorry I have not responded before now. We were in the middle of moving when you wrote, and then the holidays were upon us, and it seems I am just now finding time to take care of my find-a-grave correspondence.
I have looked at the Maddox graves many times trying to decipher what is inscribed on them. The stones seems to be made of a very soft stone, almost like sandstone, and the wear has rendered them nearly illegible. I have purchased a quantity of what is referred to as "rub paper", and as soon as the ground dries from our significant snow and ice accumulation, I intend to go to the cemetery and see if I can get a good enough image with the paper to determine the inscription.
I will be in touch when I have completed that task.
Be Well,
Martin
Added by Martin Tichenor on Feb 18, 2014 9:26 PM
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