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|Lisa Deaton||RE: William Sherman Arbuthnot|
Both actually. They are my 1st cousins 3 times removed. W.S. Sherman was the son of James Gibson who is my 3great grandpa. Williams brother James Grant is the line I'm directly from.
James Gibson Arbuthnot
James Grant Arbuthnot
Claude G/H Arbuthnot
|Lisa Deaton||William Sherman Arbuthnot|
Thank you so much for posting a picture of William Sherman Arbuthnot. He was my 3g uncle and I've been working on these lines. I love seeing old pictures, it just makes them more real. Thanks again!
|Deborah Heffley||RE: Forest Snyder|
You are welcome.
|CMR||RE: Martha Tonkinson|
You're most welcome. She is next to her brother John Rakestraw and his wife. That's why I included their headstone in picture.
Added by CMR on Mar 27, 2017 5:55 AM
|joliene anderson||RE: Henry Deatherage|
In answer to your question the 1900 US Census shows May wife to E. N. Deatherage, Mother to Henry A. and Hattie T. Deatherage. Kansas State Census of 1 March 1895 shows May Deatherage (her age matches up).
E. Newton Deatherage marries June 20, 1902 to Ella A. French, so May must have died in very early 1902, 1901, or late 1900. The family was living in Hubbell, Thayer Co., Ne. between 1900 US Census and Marriage Contract of 20 June 1902 ( Ella A. French) and divorce decree of 1911.
I do not know where May Shuffler Deatherage may be buried but would guess in Hubbell, Nebraska. In Henry A. Deatherage's memorial it states his mother died over ten years prior to his death in 1912. Any ideas on this???
At least seven Ancestery.com Family Trees confirm May Shuffler married E.N. Deatherage in 1892 or 1893.
|Peggy Bargen Duey||RE: Hazel Wilbert|
I do understand that and that's why did is nice when an obit is on the memorial and tells of both marriages. Thanks for changing it!!!
|Kerry ||John C Goodger|
Thank you so much for the Wonderful photos!! Your generous service is greatly appreciated!
Added by Kerry on Jan 22, 2017 2:20 PM
|Jeanette Grossman Persinger||Alfred Osbrne obit|
OBIT-Alfred, son of William and Elizabeth Osborne was born March 12, 1874, on his father's homestead near White Rock, northeast of Lovewell, Kansas. He spent his boyhood in this rural community. On Jan 17, 1899, he was united in
marriage to Ella Lyon, of Moline, Ill. She and an infant daughter passed away
Aug. 3, 1899. On Feb 11, 1903, he was unite in marriage to Sarah Rupert at
Belleville, Kans. To this union were born three children, a daughter Lucy died Feb 1, 1908. The family moved to Lincoln neightorhood where they made their home until moving to Courtland in 1937. .....After a long illness and much suffering, Alfred was called to his reward from the St. Joseph's hospital at Concordia, June 7, 1943, at the age of 69 years, 2 months, and 25 days. He leaves to mourn his passing his devoted companion, one daughter, Mrs. Myrl Pyatt of Kansas City, Mo.; one son Barton of Courtland; two grandsons; three brothers, Oliver of Oklahoma CIty, Joe and Henry of Courtland; one sister, Mrs. Eva Holmes of Hardy, Nebr; several neices and nephews, and a host of friends. ...Interment was in Mt. Pleasant cemetery
Thanks for the wonderful photograph of my cousin Allen Taylor's tombstone. I greatly appreciate it.
Added by Jude on Nov 14, 2016 9:37 AM
|Netta||Marker for C. Pringle|
Yes, I have thought about placing a marker. Is this possible without being physically in Belleville? Do you have the sexton records showing she is definitely buried there?
Added by Netta on Nov 13, 2016 7:09 PM
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