|Connie Marx (#47139961)|
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|Connie is married, retired from TWA, loves Bible study. I am Chaplain for the Puc Puggy Chapter NSDAR;clogger with the Rise & Shine Cloggers;dancer with the Aloha O'Ka Hula Dance Troupe;piper with the Sounds of Scotland Pipe & Drum Band and play bagpipes for military funerals at the Natl.cem.in Bushnell with American Legion Post 347.|
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|Pat Shaw||Mary Ann Porter Irminger|
Connie I linked her to Pauline. One question on the photo of the family, how can Mary Ann look younger than her dau Pauline in this picture. Seems strange, are you sure? Perhaps the one on the far right looks a little older but is Sallie Harris Bush?
Added by Pat Shaw on Sep 25, 2014 6:18 AM
Connie, just noticed your photographs of stones in the Lutes Cemetery, Platte Co MO. What town would you say the cemetery is closest to? And thanks for all your good work!
Added by Deb on Sep 11, 2013 9:45 AM
|Wayne||re: your claim on Jacobs in Summerfield|
Thank you so much for claiming my request for Perry and if you see his wife Beverly there please also get hers. Her page is # 48240396 but I did not do a request on her's because her page currently does not show a cemetery and I am not sure if she is there or not. If you find her's and post it on her page, I will get Dave to fix the location on her page.
Thank you so much for all your work and all the things you do to honor our departed.
Added by Wayne on Jan 11, 2011 10:17 AM
|Tom Childers||William Reed Newell|
Thanks. I appreciate your work. Let me know if I can return the favor in West Tennessee.
|Elise||Clardy & Adams in Clay Co MO|
Hi! I am wondering if you know if Bland Adams had a brother named William? Did he marry a Clardy girl also? I found a marriage record for a William Adams & Dora Clardy in July 1899 in Clay Co MO. I'm trying to figure out what became of them, and how they may be connected to other Adams/Clardy families in the area
Added by Elise on Sep 10, 2009 10:22 AM
|Marianne||RE: Marx Family|
I will send you an email.
Added by Marianne on Aug 29, 2009 5:39 PM
I am sorry I meant to say Frank W. in my first message. Not sure why he went from Frank John to Frank W. but he is showing as Frank John on his WW1 Draft Record. Probably changed his middle name because his older brother had the name John. Anyway you can find his ww1 draft record on Ancestry.
Added by Marianne on Aug 24, 2009 1:54 PM
John and William Marx are the sons of Joseph (B. Feb 1840 Germany)and Mary (b 1852 Germany) Kellerman. They were married about 1874 probably in Douglas County, KS. They had 8 children that I know of all born in KS
Anna born 1876 Douglas County, KS
Joseph Paul born 17 Mar 1878
George F. born 18 Sep 1880
Louise born Mar 1882
John Paul born 31 Jan 1884
Frank John 09 Feb 1886 later changed to Frank W.
William G. born 28 Feb 1888 Miami County, KS
Frederick born May 1893 KCMO and died 23 Jul 1893 in KCMO of Cholera.
sources: 1875 Douglas County, KS Census, 1880 Douglas County, KS Census, 1900 KCMO Census, 1920 KCMO census where Joseph is living with daughter Louise Perlette and again in the 1925 KC, Wyandotte, KS State census living with same daughter.
And death certificate found at Missouri State Archives Birth and Death Records for George F. Marx stating his parents are Joseph Marx and Mary Kellerman.
All these records can be found online. I hope this information helps you out.
Added by Marianne on Aug 24, 2009 1:41 PM