Tabitha Elizabeth Allegre-Street-Ackles was the daughter of John Allegre and wife Nancy Sarah Scott. She first married George William Street in 1848 and he died in Memphis, Shelby Co. TN in 1863 during the Civil War. In 1850 Geo. W. Street and his wife were living in Linn Co. MO which isn't very far from Grundy Co. MO. James and his family (after losing his wife Elizabeth Rader-Ackles moved to Grundy Co. MO in abt. 1860-1863. James and Tabitha married on 11 Dec 1864 in Grundy Co. MO. Most all of his children by that time were grown and married and had families of their own, Tabitha had 4 children still at home and James helped to raise them, then having two more with Tabitha. James passed away in 1894 in Grundy Co. MO., leaving his wife and two children with her. Stephen (my great grandfather is out of this line of Ackles) became a farmer for awhile but just couldn't make it there. They headed West, he was hired on with the Indian Beaurer in about 1901, they have two children in Idaho, one in Lapawi and the other in Weipe. The family with Tabitha moves from there to Palouse, Whitman Co. WA by 1904. Tabitha dies in 1908, with her son being a lumber grader for the Pot Latch Co. Which Stephen was in that occupation until he passes in 1955 from a heart attack.For all that decide that there isn't a cemetery in Palouse by this "Fraternal" name I suggest that you look into the history of this town. There was at one time a cemetery by this name, the funeral home burnt to the ground leaving no records behind there fore no proof of anyone's loved ones having a record there. Thanks to Brenda for finding out that the funeral home burnt down and that the cemetery had changed hands and names probably back in 2005/2006 because it was Sacred Heart Cemetery when I went to see if I could find out anything the first time I was there. There was no one around to help me find anything out on this. I do not know when Greenwood bought it out. I have been informed that there is a Fraternal section at Greenwood as of today 9/15/2014.
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