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Oma (#48467406)
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Researching Gillham, Davidson, Kimberlin, Bender and associated familys.
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John Davidson
Ann Ewart
I recently joined find-a grave. I am a nephew of Charles C Davidson, Jr. I can't help you mith much about his wife, Ann, as there was a family conflict in the later years and I don't have death or burial info on Ann. There is grave in Lake City for Darrell. He was my cousin, the son of Charlie and Ann.
John Davidson
Added by John Davidson on May 02, 2015 2:34 PM
Julie Booker
RE: Rowland W Ewart
I have a book on the cemeteries in the county and there are some stories and pictures, as I have time I add them to the memorials.
Added by Julie Booker on Nov 14, 2014 1:59 PM
Mark Utley
RE: Cynthia Ann Gillham Tyson
Thanks Oma, edits made and always appreciated!
Added by Mark Utley on Jul 09, 2014 8:18 AM
Kimberlin Sisters Photograph
I think you're right about the picture, and I was wrong. I believe it was made, as you said, before Margret was married, but in Sarcoxie, MO, not Kansas, as I thought. After the Mabes arrived, they, along with patriarch James Lewis Kimberlin, Martha and her family, John and his family, and Margret and her new husband William Hancock, all departed for Kansas. Sarah and Lydia Angeline remained behind in Missouri with their families. After several years in Kansas, Martha remained with her family as James Louis Kimberlin, the Mabes, the Hancocks, and John A. Kimberlin and his family, went on to Texas. Please let me know if you have any more family information.

Added by Donnie on Jul 07, 2014 9:10 AM
Kimberlin Sisters Photograph
Thank you for the info on the Kimberlin sisters photograph. I'd like to correspond more with you on the family. You indicated the photograph was made for their sister Molly Mabe (my great-grandmother) as she was stopping by on her way with her family to Texas and that Margret had not yet married. There's something a bit off about that family story. The Mabes were still in Missouri in 1883, and that's where/when Margret married William Hancock. The Hancocks traveled with the Mabes, their brother John Kimberlin and his family, and the family patriarch James Lewis Kimberlin in 1884 to Kansas where they stayed for several years before arriving in TX in 1889. That leaves the question of where was Margret's husband when the picture was made, and why Molly and her husband Will Mabe weren't in the picture, if all the families were in Kansas? Please email me at so we can collaborate on family history. I'd also like to know if you have any more photographs. I don't have one of Molly at all! Thanks so much.
Added by Donnie on Jul 01, 2014 11:38 AM

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