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I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I love genealogy and I lost my father last November so I understand your pain.
My thoughts are with you,
I am the daughter of Kathy Adams, a member of your message board. I just
wanted to let you know that my mother passed away on August the 3rd. She had
a deep love for geneaology and the friends she was able to share her hobby
with. Thank you for all of the prayers and support my mother received during
her extended illness.
> Hello Everyone,
> I just wanted to let everyone know that I finally put my family history in part
> Some of the surnames:
> and many more
> This is by no means complete and I am still working on corrections and omissions
> and additions, etc. I just wanted to get it online for others to use if need
> I appreciate all help I have had with this and look forward to your comments and
> There will be some links that are not there yet as I am working on those pages
> so please be patient.
> If there is anything that you would like to see online please send me a note.
> Some of the regions are Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois-Iroquois, Ford, Union,
> etc., Iowa-Marion, Jasper, Polk, etc., Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio, Virginia,
> Texas, New York, etc.
> Just take a look if you would like and if you see something that is part of your
> information for your family history and would like a GEDCOM just shoot me an
> Carrol (Paul) Mick
> P.S. Understand that there may be errors and I am human and typos etc do
> occur. Please look at this information as a tool for use and it is not carved
> in stone. Most of this research I have been doing for many many years and have
> wonderful amounts of assistance. If I not properly credited someone with
> information that you have supplied please just shoot me a reminder note and I
> will make sure to update it.
> Thanks for your understanding.
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I just wanted to let everyone know that I finally put my family history in part online.
Some of the surnames:
and many more
This is by no means complete and I am still working on corrections and omissions and additions, etc. I just wanted to get it online for others to use if need be.
I appreciate all help I have had with this and look forward to your comments and criticisms.
There will be some links that are not there yet as I am working on those pages so please be patient.
If there is anything that you would like to see online please send me a note.
Some of the regions are Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois-Iroquois, Ford, Union, etc., Iowa-Marion, Jasper, Polk, etc., Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio, Virginia, Texas, New York, etc.
Just take a look if you would like and if you see something that is part of your information for your family history and would like a GEDCOM just shoot me an email.
Carrol (Paul) Mick
P.S. Understand that there may be errors and I am human and typos etc do occur. Please look at this information as a tool for use and it is not carved in stone. Most of this research I have been doing for many many years and have wonderful amounts of assistance. If I not properly credited someone with information that you have supplied please just shoot me a reminder note and I will make sure to update it.
Thanks for your understanding.
Start your day with Yahoo! - make it your home page
Am looking for the marriage date/place for Fredrick C. Jolly (1870-1967) and Minnie H. Mitchell (1873-1948). Fred was the son of Lafayette and Elizabeth (Rhodes) Jolly of Pleasantville, Marion, Iowa.
Joseph and Mattie (Spurgeon) Dabb had a son: James William Dabb (1904-1977). James' spouse was Wilma F. (1906-1971). I would like to know her maiden name. Hoping someone will be able to send that information along with their marriage date/place.
The Chariton Leader, Chariton, Iowa
Thursday, July 29, 1909
MRS. JOSEPH H. MURPHY died at the home of her daughter, MRS. G.M. BOYLAN, in
this city, last Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock, the funeral taking
place from the home on Friday at 10:30, conducted by Rev. Smick, of the U.B.
Church. Interment was made in the Chariton Cemetery.
She was the mother of Mesdames IRA and G.M. BOYLAN, of this city; MRS. M.J.
MARTIN, of Derby; MRS. CONN, who resides in Montana, and JOHN A. MURPHY.
She also leaves a husband, 36 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. Her
maiden name was LYDIA E. BATTON and was born in Highland County, Ohio, July
26, 1830 and was married to JOSEPH H. MURPHY in 1855, coming to Iowa,
residing in Marion and Warren Counties, recently coming to the home of her
daughter in Chariton. She was a life long member of the M.E. church and
bore a Christian's part until her death.
Copied by Nancee(McMurtrey)Seifert
August 3, 2005
'A Closed Mouth Gathers No Foot'.
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