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Ann Turpen (#47091664)
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Linda
Frank Rutherford @ Pine Lawn
Please post this to his bio. Source: Goodspeed's 1889 History of Texas Co.,MO.

Frank P. Rutherford, another prominent merchant of Houston, Texas Co., Mo., and the son of John and Mary (Taylor) Rutherford, was born in Anderson County, Tenn., May 16, 1853. The parents
were natives of Anderson County, Tenn., the father born in 1815, and died in 1875 in Texas County, M0. The mother was born in 1817, and died in Texas County, Mo., in 1887. They were married in Tennessee, where they lived until 1864, when they moved to Boyle County, Ky., and there resided three years. They then moved to La Fay
ette County, Mo., where they remained until coming to Texas County, Mo., in 1871. He was sheriff of Anderson County, Tenn., for four
years, was a successful farmer, and was a Democrat in his political views. He and wife were members of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Besides his farming interest he was also engaged in merchandising at Chester at the breaking out of the war, but his business was broken up
during this struggle. To his marriage were born seven children, four now living: Isaac, a carpenter at Mammoth Springs, Mo. ; James, at
Dayton, Wash. Ter.; Mary, wife of A. G. Bate, and Frank P. The last named, when a boy, learned the carpenter's trade, at which he worked until 1878, when he opened a cabinet-shop and furniture store, with a very small capital. He has been quite successful, although starting with limited means. September 29, 1879, he married Miss Alice
Kelley, a native of Webster County, Mo., and the daughter of William C. Kelley. To this union were born two children, James and Ernest. Mr. Rutherford has a branch store at Cabool, furniture establishment, which is doing well at that place. He is Democratic in his political principles, and Mrs. Rutherford is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South.
Added by Linda on Nov 30, 2015 7:52 PM
Marsha Holder
RE: SGM Ethel L. Lane
Ann, All I have on Ethel is that she served from April 1959 to December 1981 and her military record on Archives list her as a Computer Systems Operator. Haven't been able to find an Obituary on her or a burial record from Veterans Affairs. Thanks for your help. Cricket
Added by Marsha Holder on Sep 29, 2014 12:16 PM
Marsha Holder
SGM Ethel L. Lane
Hi Ann, I am part of a team of Vietnam veterans looking for other Vietnam veterans and we are working on a book to remember all women Vietnam veterans that were not nurses. Ethel's name was on the Bronze Plaque at Fort Lee and records at Archives.com have her a Vietnam War Vet. I have created a Virtual Cemetery here on Find a Grave (visit my bio page) and it will be featured in the book. What I am hoping to learn is when she was in Vietnam and where. Email address is cricketholder@bellsouth.net
Thanks for your service and hope you can help us.
Cricket
Added by Marsha Holder on Sep 29, 2014 8:59 AM
Jeani Clark Weir
RE: Irma Hammond Photo
You are very welcome and if you have any more questions, just message. If I don't know the answer I will call my daughter and get the answer.. Have a wonderful weekend..
Added by Jeani Clark Weir on Aug 02, 2014 11:10 AM
Jeani Clark Weir
RE: Irma Hammond Photo
Raymond Hammond married to Irma Bolt had a younger sister named Edna Mae 1922-1988 and she married N J Holson 1915-2002. They had only one child, a daughter, Ethel Mae Holson 1942-. Ethel married Robert Stephen Relei (pronounced relay) and they had 3 children. Regina G 1960; Troy A 1966; and Dallas F 1969. I hope this helps you..
Added by Jeani Clark Weir on Jul 31, 2014 4:19 PM
Jeani Clark Weir
Irma's photo
Added by Jeani Clark Weir on Jul 29, 2014 8:44 PM
Jeani Clark Weir
Irma's photo
Added by Jeani Clark Weir on Jul 29, 2014 8:44 PM
Jeani Clark Weir
RE: Irma Hammond Photo
Irma's husband Raymond was the grand uncle of my son-in-law, Dallas Relei. I have been gathering a little information for my daughter to save for her son and 3 step daughters.
Added by Jeani Clark Weir on Jul 29, 2014 8:44 PM
Jeani Clark Weir
Irma Hammond Photo
May I copy your photo of Irma to send to my son-in-law, Dallas Relei, Irma's grand nephew so he can see what she looks like, as well as me using it in my family tree. You will certainly get credit for the photo in my tree.
Thanks,
Jeani
Added by Jeani Clark Weir on Jul 28, 2014 8:12 PM
Wanda Pezzaglia
RE: Carroll Turpen
Thanks Ann. I don't have any proof, but think it is a strong possibility that his wife may have been Jewell Reddell. Thank you.
Added by Wanda Pezzaglia on Dec 29, 2013 3:57 PM
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