|Linda Eaves (#48098836)|
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|Marc Geissler||John Rufus Eaves|
Miss Linda, here is a little trivia to figure out for your Eaves family history:
William C. Eaves & Nancy L. (nee Murphy) Eaves had one child, John Rufus Eaves in 1885. He died on Jan. 31, 1946 and cremated at the Missouri Crematory in the St. Louis area on Feb. 2 1946. See his death certificate at the Missouri Digital Heritage web-site. But his Find-a-Grave listing shows his final resting place in Vancouver, Washington. A little far away. See his listing at: John Rufus Eaves. Did his wife keep his urn and move to Washington in her later years and his ashes were put in with her when she died and was laid to rest 28 years later?
cemetery book states no stone for her Ted
Added by Ted on Nov 26, 2013 8:34 PM
Thank you for the beautiful Street stones. I had to transfer them to a prior memorial, but wrote a caption giving you credit! Thanks again!
|Laura Obal||RE: Other Eaves Graves|
That's in Belleville. I havn't been out there in yrs. I don't know if they have an office to go into and request grave locations and maps. I'll take a trip out there sometime when the weather is nice and the rain stops. :)
|GardenGreenGirl||Cornell Grave Photo|
Thank you so, so much for the photos!!
|Margie Buchheit Hartle||Eaves|
Hello, I am not related to the Eaves, sorry
|Marc Geissler||William & Nancy Eaves|
Ms. Linda Eaves,
Your great-grandparents, William Carl Eaves and Nancy L. (nee Murphy) Eaves memorial entries have been transferred to your membership account.
Nancy obviously would have been the granddaughter of Rev. William Murphy, Jr. (his memorial entry now linked from Nancy's entry) who founded the Murphy Settlement which became Farmington, Missouri. I too am distantly related to this same Murphy family. Take care. -Marc G.
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