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Courtney (Sublett ) Shuler (#47078300)
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Bio Photo Hi :)
If anyone has any info on these family names, I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks and God bless! :)

My Family Names:
Sublett(e), Anderton, Level, Sims (have from both maternal and paternal side), Rowland, Barnes, Forbis, Whitworth, Alspaw(Alspaugh), Copher, Hargis, Hawkins, and Pollock.

My Grandparents:
Roger Fay Sublett
Barbara Jean Level Sublett
Mary Elva Sims Rowland
Charles Robert Rowland

My Great-Grandparents:
Joab Sublett Sr
Ruth Lee Anderton Sublett Hill Webb
Fielden Brown Level Jr.
Genevia Jane Sims Level Menges
Isaac Newton (Newt) Rowland
Beulah Belle Whitworth Rowland
Warren Elvin Sims
Mary Fears Forbis Sims

My Great, Great-Grandparents:
John Green (Jack) Sublett
Sarah T. (Sallie) Barnes Sublett
Leonidas (Lee) Brown Anderton
Jessie Irene Hargis Anderton
Fielden Brown Level Sr.
Mary M. Roberts Douglas Level
William Thomas Sims
Izella Viola Pollock Sims
Henry Hampton (Hamp) Rowland
Nancy (Nannie) Abigale Hawkins Rowland
Joel/Joseph Hudson Whitworth
Susanna (Susie) Alspaw Whitworth
George Washington Sims
Sarah Elizabeth Barnes Sims
Marshall Elliot Forbis
Roeann (Annie) Williams Copher Forbis

Husband's Family Names:
Cole, Soltis, Foster, Robinson, Wimmer, Gosnell, Bartlett, Reeder, and Mills.

My Husband's Grandparents:
Charles Wayne Foster
Mary Kathryn Robinson Foster
Mary Agnes Soltis Shuler
Olaf G. Shuler
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If anyone wants to use the headstone pictures I post, you are most welcome to do so for your own genealogical purposes (i.e. Ancestry.com, etc.) Please be courteous and give credit for the photo.

*I would like to also add a note to this: if you do use the headstone pictures I post, please do not post them back to a different Findagrave memorial. I would be more than pleased to do that...all you need to do is ask.

About transfers...I would be more than happy to transfer memorials in my care, as long as they are not family.

Thank you! Also, a thank you to all of you who work so hard photographing and logging information onto Findagrave! Muchly appreciated!
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Byron Bailey
Washington Bailey
Hi Courtney,

Well, after looking at your bio, I see that we are probably not related on my Bailey side, but my grandmother was a Barnes, although from around the old village of Barnesville in Macon County. So, how did you happen to take those great photos of the headstones of my 3rd great-grandparents?

You said that you were asking for more information on your families, so there could be a possibility with my Barnes side, but as you probably know, the Rowland family is quite well known in Boone County and as a matter of fact, I think at least two Rowland families were neighbors of Washington Bailey in the 1850 census of District 8 of Boone County. I don't know what the township name is now, but maybe you can find out for us.

I also just downloaded a book of the History of Northeast Missouri that I will see if I can send you a link for. The Rowlands are mentioned several times.

https://books.google.com/books?id=pJFfcJtFdaUC&pg=PA234&lpg=PA234&dq=persia+missouri&source=bl&ots=ZgfKKOCTYA&sig=0DB0s7BAKPYYm8UnjwnwDntTfFI&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiVjs_s95DWAhVlVWMKHbEnCFIQ6AEIUDAH#v=onepage&q=persia%20missouri&f=false

Thanks, please get in touch with me.

Byron
Added by Byron Bailey on Sep 06, 2017 12:04 PM
Ron Craig
Trimble
Thanks Courtney, glad to add any data you find.

Ron
Added by Ron Craig on Jun 19, 2017 3:45 AM
David Sharp
Joella Olson.
Added the bio, Thanks David
Added by David Sharp on Jun 06, 2017 9:41 PM
Ron Craig
Hill obit.
No problem. Love getting new data.

Thanks!
Ron
Added by Ron Craig on Jun 05, 2017 3:31 AM
Carl Catherman
Taylor McBaine
On Nov. 7 I sent you a note to add to his memorial. Did you receive it?
Added by Carl Catherman on Dec 07, 2016 7:00 AM
augapril27
James L. Creasy
I would like to know if you are related to Creasy's of the Boone Co. MO area ? I am looking for J.L. Creasy's wife's grave. Stella M. Palmer b: 1875. any information would be appreciated. Thank You.
Added by augapril27 on Sep 10, 2016 9:23 PM
Amanda!!
How are you?
Miss you!
Added by Amanda!! on Jul 05, 2016 7:21 AM
Karen Hibbs Bingham
Hibbs family
Hello Courtney,
I just found the grave of Ada Kemp and Joseph Hibbs. Joseph was the brother to my grandfather, Clayton Samuel Hibbs. If anyone reading this has any information regarding the Hibbs family, especially my grandfather, Clayton, I would really appreciate hearing from you. My e-mail is klbjun9@att.net. Thank you, Karen Hibbs Bingham
5/5/2016
Added by Karen Hibbs Bingham on May 05, 2016 9:33 PM
Glen H. D.Y.
RE: Alspach/Alspaw
Courtney,

I'm glad you found something you were looking for. Christianna(Alspach)Duncan was my wife's Great Great Great Grandmother on her mother's side. I've done quite a bit of research on that family. From many different sources I have traced the Alspach (or Alspaugh, Alspaw, or any of it's many spellings) back to ca.1622 in Switzerland, where they came from before going to Germany and then America. The information is as complete as I could find. I found that the Alspach's first settled in Pennsylvania, and then your line went to Ohio, and then finally ended up in Missouri, where Henry Alspach (1810-1895) and his third wife died and are buried. Henry's first wife(Anna Heckert)is buried in Ohio, but I don't know where his second (Elizabeth Polm) wife is buried. The pictures I posted came from a relative of my wife who found them in the attic of an old house that an Alspach relative lived in years and years ago.

If you would like me to send you a copy of the Alspach family line that I have put together I would be happy to do that, no charge. My email is gdeyoung@highlandchristian.org. Send me an email and I will attach it to the reply.

Nice to hear from you,
Glen DeYoung
Added by Glen H. D.Y. on Apr 02, 2016 10:12 AM
James Pohl
Eva Dean Rogers Weeks
I recently got more information on Eva Dean Rogers Weeks. First I found out that she is buried in Carrington Baptist Church Cemetery in Callaway County, can you or anyone you know of in the area search the church cemetery to confirm this? Finally the year of her passing I've seen 1986 and 1996 and not sure which one is correct do you or anyone in the area know of which one is correct? Thanks in advance for your help.

James
Added by James Pohl on Jul 22, 2015 9:04 AM
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