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|Mildred Clark (#47095826)|
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|I served in Girl Scouts in several different capacities for several years and was director of an Arts Center for five years, taught one year of grade school and grew broiler chickens breaking all Tysons records for the most money ever made on a batch amounting to 5 cents a head, my last batch I grew; had a Beagle kennel raising AKC Beagle gunddogs we also ran in competitions in Illinois, Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma; and owned with my husband a Holstein dairy farm. I was an unofficial volunteer in genealogy for over ten years at the library because I wanted to be an unofficial volunteer. I have researched extensively for the past twenty years or more, most of my lines, wrote one hard bound book and booklets mostly of relatives in Southwest Missouri (Anderson, Trail, Seburn, Ryker, with the Casada, Douglas, Cantrell Davis, McMechen and early Trail's in early Spartanburg, SC. Berks, Philadelphia, Luzerne and Carbon Counties in PA had the Hinkle and Hinkel, Minnick and Shane lines later of Southwest Missouri. Northwest Missouri kin were Anderson, Trail, Ricks, and Dixon. Northwest Arkansas kin were Clark, Martin, Keck, and Duncan's who were also in TN; and other lines of Woodring, Ritchardson of NC and OK, the lines of my second husband, and others. I do not post memorials unless it is for people I do know about and do not post from Cemetery enumerations. When I find that someone has put in birth and death dates and nothing else and it is my family, then you will find that I do another posting because I not only have bios but usually photos too and I don't want to do only a flower. I want to leave a record and I have worked hard and had a lot of expense to gather those records. Double listings don't bother me. I am not finished yet, I can only work on so many at a time as it takes time to do the bios, get the photos ready, etc. and I work on my other lines too doing the same thing.|
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|Charlotte ||David Jackson Casada|
I found an article you wrote about David Jackson Casada and Trail of Tears and was wondering where you found the information.
|sharron mc cain||Douglas family|
Thank you for the photo of Ira Alexander (Alex)Douglas. I am doing research on my Douglas lineage. My G-grandfather was Samuel H. Douglas, b. 1850 d.1893 (in Oregon) my home state. In all my searching I have come across contradicting information concerning his (Samuel's) father. All the family info lists him as the son of James and Elizabeth (Firestone) Douglas...but I have found some showing him has the son of Ira Alexander (James' brother). If you can shed any light on this I would appreciate it. We have retired in Newton Co. MO and I have a tremendous amount of ancestry from this area; Lovell, McCarter, Bryd, Andrews, Bales, Kenworthy, Geer, and more.
In appreciation for any advise or help.
Sharron Lovell McCain
|C Wolfe||John Calvin Casada|
I am trying to verify whether James Madison Casada, FGA#46880240, brother to John Calvin Casada, Find A Grave#33751614, is my great Grandmother Eva (Casada) Buckner's true father. It seems to be true via Find A Grave links but there is some question in Ancestry.com. Some findings have him born in Georgia and a death certificate signed by father, Jackson Casada, has him born in Tenn. By chance to you know? I just read your note on John Calvin Casada's Find A Grave page and hope you know.
Added by C Wolfe on Aug 03, 2016 4:13 PM
|Julie E.||Cpt. James H. Smith|
Mildred, thank you for the bio on James.My GrGpa Robt. Wm. Pegues was one of the adopted kids (as were his sis Alice C.Pegues [buried 1891 in the Smith plot], Della L. Barber(Davis),Mae Hunt, Jimmie(?),and Bessie Hunt). Can you positively connect James to Joseph and Cath.(Troy) Smith? Can't find info.
Added by Julie E. on Dec 27, 2015 1:22 PM
|Linda Gomez||Fletcher Keck's Store|
Hello Mildred. I have a picture that my Dad took in 1953 in Arkansas. He said he thought it was Fletcher Keck's store. Do you know what the Keck Store looked like or where it was located? We were in Pettigrew, Arkansas visiting family at the time the photo was taken, but he also took pictures at Devil's Den and Winslow, AR, so I guess the picture of the store could have been taken anywhere. Thanks for your help, Linda.
|Mark Thomas||Seburn / Davis|
I am Irma Seburn (Thomas) son Mark. I have just started tracing her side of the family on Ancestry. I have some papers, photos from Mom and Ethel Davis (Seburn). Could you help get started?
|Joan Viney||Photo designation|
Your photos for Ida May (Anderson) Davis in Old Aurora Cemetery, Lawrence County, Missouri are not gravestones. They should be entered with the designation "Person" instead.
|Connie Stockton Schmidt||Lorenzo Dow McKinley|
Mildred, I have a person looking for pictures. Below is his message. I will get his email and send to you if you will send me yours by private email.
Hi - I'm looking for a picture of Lorenzo Dow McKinley (31 Jul 1857-16 Apr 1951), my 2G Grandfather, who lived in Lawrence Co., MO all his life and is buried in the Marionville IOOF cemetery. I have a picture of his wife, Catherine Charlotte Wheat, but hope to find one for Lorenzo. Appreciate any assistance / pointers.
|Mike Freels||Calvin Luttrell Grave|
I was wondering if you can be more specific with directions to his grave site. We spend the better part of today down in the Arnett area and could not locate it. We did find a small cemetery on top of a hill, but the gate was locked and we could not enter. Thanks, Mike.
|sherri schaefer bagby❦||updates|
Thanks so much for the updates to Bagby family memorials
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