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|N. Davis||Robert A. Steele|
I'm looking for Robert A. Steele, son of Joseph Ninian Steele Sr. from his first wife, Melinda Cormeny Steele Davis, who died in northeast Nebraska and became one of my predecessors.
After Robert grew up with his sister and step-brothers (they referred to him as their brother), I can find no more reference to him. His sister, Lucy Catherine Steele Eickhoff stuck around. What happened to Robert?
Added by N. Davis on Dec 19, 2015 6:26 PM
|Catherine Clemens Sevenau||RE: Grave Connections for Bertha Hay Varner|
I have linked Bertha to her first husband, John Wildman. Actually, you could have linked on your end as spouse to spouse, but was happy to do it. Any idea where their son John Henry Wildman (Varner) is buried? That's our missing link! Catherine
|wayne||Rachel's husband, Jack Wallace|
Hi Terry, I reckon this is you. Long time no email. I'm wondering about that John "Jack" Wallace Rachel married. I have her divorce petition so I know he was a bad guy. What brings me to wonder about him is that I see that he and Rachel were in Kingston, Caldwell Co. MO in 1880. So was my g-g-grandfather the Civil War vet Thomas Pounds. Gerry and I have still not found when or where he died. We know he made a trip to Oklahoma in 1907. I just wondered if maybe he and Jack Wallace got to be friends (I think Thomas was a bit of a ne'er do well too), and at the end he went to see Jack and died up there around Jewell Co. KS. I checked the Wallace Cem. He's not there. I'll look around some more, but if you have any ideas let me know.
Added by wayne on Mar 17, 2012 6:03 AM
I added her obit to her bio. You can, if you wish, take off all that stuff you added under 'flowers'
if you have info on any memorial that I have added, I would be more than happy to add it to the persons bio
Added by Oz on Feb 03, 2010 6:16 AM
|Kim Hancock||RE: Samuel T. Steele|
Yes, it is a T. for the middle name, I could read that better then the Samuel, SAM and the U looked funny, then the EL, I did not plan on Cleaning, so I took nothing out with me, but just happened to have a brush in my truck, Catherine Steele was right next to his, Samuel T. Steele. Just was lucky finding it. This cemetery is in awful shape, especially when it is active and next to a church. Kim
|Undertaker's Gr-Granddaughter||RE: William Steele|
Jane Steele... Born Sept 25 1793, Died Aug 5, 1854. There is some writing on the edge where the stone is broke in half. I'll bring paper with me next time to see if I can pick something up. That item in front of her stone is a piece of her headstone, no writing on it.
|Undertaker's Gr-Granddaughter||RE: Jane Steele|
YOU ARE WELCOME. I ALSO PUT ANOTHER PICTURE OF WILLIAM STEELE, THE LIGHT WAS BRIGHTER AND YOU CAN SEE THE DATES A LITTLE CLEARER.
|David Sifford||Juanita Farrow|
FYI: I am about to full-fill your request for a pic of Juanita Farrow's grave marker. Just wanted to let you know that she is not located at Littlefield Cemetery but at Littlefield Memorial Park. These are located next to each other and i'm sure creates a lot of confusion.
|West Texas Angel "Lisa"||pic|
No it's not and it seem like no one takes care of it it needs to be where u live at
|West Texas Angel "Lisa"||pics|
Hi there i see a request for a photo of the Littlefeild Cemetery I been out there taken pics of the graves to put on here if i come a cross what you'r looking for i let u know ok It's big cemetery I go there be for work and take pics
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