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Mary Jane Aldin Nalle
Birth: Aug. 21, 1681, Middlesex County, Virginia, USA
Death: Jun. 18, 1734, Essex County, Virginia, USA

Birth: Middlesex Co VA . . .

Family links: Parents: Robert Aldin (1655 - ____), Ellianor Willis Kemp (1655 - ____); Spouse: Martin Nalle (1670 - 1728); Children: Winnifred Nalle Dillard (1705 - 1774), Richard Nall (1716 - 1796)

Burial: Nall Family Cemetery, Essex County, Virginia, USA

Created by: Ginny Berry
Record added: Jul 15, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 73415087 
ALDIN, Mary (I42376)
 
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Mary Jane Crow Parks
Birth: 1844
Death: 1924

Family links: Parents: James Crow (1819 - 1901), Susan T Hornaday Crow (1826 - 1878); Spouse: Jonathan Parks (1839 - 1916); Children: Othello Crowe Parks (1870 - 1952); Siblings: Mary Jane Crow Parks (1844 - 1924), Linnie Crowe Parks (1846 - 1945), Quitman Layne Crow (1849 - 1877), Ruth Crowe Mount (1852 - 1919)

Burial: Eastern Cemetery, Jeffersonville, Clark County, Indiana, USA

Created by: Gail Black
Record added: Apr 02, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 127328899 
CROW, Mary Jane (I42503)
 
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Mary Jane Edmonstone Buchanan
Birth: 1760, Scotland
Death: 1782

Family links: Spouse: James Buchanan (1761 - 1821); Children: George Robert Buchanan (1782 - ____)

Burial: Unknown

Created by: Grave Digger
Record added: Sep 01, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 116397572 
EDMONSTONE, Mary Jane (I40877)
 
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Mary Louisa Hill Wyatt
Birth: Mar. 29, 1836, Shelby County, Alabama, USA
Death: Mar. 30, 1897, Shelby County, Alabama, USA

My great-great-grandmother. Wife of Rev. David Young Wyatt. Daughter of Henry Jefferson Hill and Emily Meroney Frost.

Family links: Parents: Henry Jefferson Hill (1814 - 1865), Emily Meroney Frost Hill (1819 - 1880); Spouse: David Young Wyatt (1832 - 1897); Children: William H Wyatt (1856 - 1930), Ella Wyatt Crawford (1861 - 1905), Susan Jane Wyatt Ingram (1864 - 1922), Marcus Eugene Wyatt (1869 - 1938); Siblings: Mary Louisa Hill Wyatt (1836 - 1897), Benjamin Hill (1839 - 1861), Allen L Hill (1839 - 1862), Sarah Elizabeth Hill Fletcher (1846 - 1923)

Burial: Spring Creek Cemetery, Montevallo, Shelby County, Alabama, USA

Created by: Laura Argo Higginbotham
Record added: Jun 16, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14618740 
HILL, Rev. Mary Louisa (I36837)
 
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Mary Magdalena Shull Hunsaker
Birth: 1800, USA
Death: Mar. 15, 1850, Echols, Ohio County, Kentucky, USA

Family links: Spouse: John William Hunsaker (1794 - 1848); Children: Benjamin Franklin Hunsaker (1820 - ____), Peter Shull Hunsaker (1822 - 1875), Susannah Hunsaker Curtis (1824 - 1923), Elizabeth A. Hunsaker Langford - Walden (1826 - 1900), Sarah Anne Hunsaker Engler (1828 - 1929), George Washington Hunsaker (1830 - 1878), David J. Hunsaker (1831 - 1853), Mary E. Hunsaker (1833 - 1859), John Calvin Hunsaker (1835 - 1870), Emily Kassandra Hunsaker (1838 - 1844)

Burial: Unknown

Created by: Chad Kendell
Record added: Aug 25, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 95928955 
SHULL, Mary Magdalena (I40663)
 
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Mary Margaret Hankins Wheeler
Birth: Sep. 18, 1859, Missouri, USA
Death: Jun. 25, 1933, Pittsburg, Crawford County, Kansas, USA

She & her husband moved to farm in the McCune area in the 1870's.

Survivors include three grandchildren, sisters Mrs Albert White, Mrs John Castello, Mrs A.L. Turney & Mrs James Bell, brothers George & Ben Hankins.

Family links: Parents: James David Hankins (1835 - 1915), Sarah Elizabeth Couch Hankins (1840 - 1916); Spouse: Daniel M Wheeler (1851 - 1932); Children: Henry Wheeler (1882 - 1924); Siblings: Mary Margaret Hankins Wheeler (1859 - 1933), Benjamin Franklin Hankins (1861 - 1945), George W Hankins (1866 - 1947), Annis Elizabeth Hankins Bell (1870 - 1952), Angelina Hankins White (1872 - 1968), Celia Caroline Hankins Turney (1874 - 1956), Ellen Hankins Castello (1876 - 1962)

Burial: McCune Cemetery, McCune, Crawford County, Kansas, USA
Plot: Section 3 Lot 46 Space 7

Maintained by: Marian
Originally Created by: Anonymous
Record added: Mar 19, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34966622 
HANKINS, Mary Margaret (I40592)
 
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Mary Martha "Betty" Oxley Stearns
Birth: Sep. 7, 1802, Loudoun County, Virginia, USA
Death: Unknown, Williamson County, Texas, USA

Died approximately 1865. Daughter of Henry and Jane Oxley. Mentioned in her father, Henry Oxley's will. Wife of Calvin Stearns. Tombstone missing.

Family links: Spouse: Calvin Stearns (1800 - 1875)

Burial: Oxley Cemetery, Round Rock, Williamson County, Texas, USA

Created by: Martha Hancock Starnes
Record added: May 01, 2015
Find A Grave Memorial# 145891459 
OXLEY, Mary Martha (I35000)
 
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Mary McAllister McClure
Birth: 1758, Elizabeth, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death: May 18, 1847, Elizabeth, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA

Family links: Spouse: William McClure (1750 - 1815); Children: James McClure (1781 - 1861), Samuel McClure (1792 - 1866), Jane McClure Martin (1794 - 1873), Mary McClure (1803 - 1869)

Burial: Taylor Cemetery, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA

Created by: Paul Kyle
Record added: Apr 22, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19053791 
McALLISTER, Mary (I41339)
 
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Mary McClintick
Birth: Dec. 6, 1812
Death: Mar. 31, 1890

wife of R.
age 78-3-25

Family links: Spouse: Robert McClentick (____ - 1851); Children: Robert Porter McClintick (1839 - 1890)

Burial: Woodrow Cemetery, South Pekin, Tazewell County, Illinois, USA
Plot: Old Section

Created by: Linda T
Record added: Feb 11, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 84838977 
(McCLINTOCK), Mary (I40864)
 
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Mary Octavia Sullivan Frost
Birth: Jun. 29, 1842, Mississippi, USA
Death: May 13, 1922, Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County, Texas, USA

Family links: Spouse: Archibald Brooks Frost (1820 - 1903); Children: Emma Brooks Frost (1864 - 1945), William Claude Frost (1872 - 1926)

Burial: Odd Fellow Cemetery, Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County, Texas, USA

Created by: Karen & Tony Foreman
Record added: Oct 11, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 42960914 
SULLIVAN, Mary Octavia (I36761)
 
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Mary of Guise
Birth: Nov. 22, 1515
Death: Jun. 10, 1560

Scottish monarch, queen consort of James V. Daughter of Claude of Lorraine, Duc de Guise and Antoinette of Bourbon, she was also known as Mary of Lorraine. She married Louis D'Orleans, duc de Longueville in 1534, by whom she had two sons. After the duc's death in 1537, she was persued for marriage by Henry VIII and James V. She allegedly refused Henry VIII's proposal by saying "I fear my neck is too small." She wed James V of Scotland by proxy in Paris in May of 1538, and in person at St. Andrews on June 12 of that year. Their two sons, James and Arthur, died within weeks of one another in 1541. The king died in December of 1542, a week after the birth of their daughter and heir to the throne, Mary, Queen of Scots. Mary of Guise replaced the ineffectual James Hamilton, Earl of Aran as regent in 1554, and arranged for the marriage of her daughter to the French dauphin. A Roman Catholic, she persued pro-French policies, which embroiled her in civil war with the protestant Scottish nobles. She was deposed on religious grounds in 1559. Suffering from dropsy, Mary died at Edinburgh Castle at the age of 45. Her body was returned to France and given to her sister Renee, abbess of the Convent of Ste. Pierre. (bio by: Kristen Conrad)

Family links: Parents: Claude I de Lorraine (1496 - 1550), Antoinette de Bourbon-Vendome (1493 - 1583); Spouse: James, King of Scots (1512 - 1542); Children: James Stewart (1540 - 1541), Arthur Stewart (1541 - 1541), Mary Stuart (1542 - 1587); Siblings: Mary of Guise (1515 - 1560), François I de Guise (1520 - 1563), Charles de Guise (1524 - 1574), Louis I de Guise (1527 - 1578)

Burial: Abbey of Ste Pierre, Reims, Departement de la Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, France

Maintained by: Find A Grave
Originally Created by: Kristen Conrad
Record added: Aug 31, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 9393840 
Mary of Guise (I41273)
 
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Mary Polly Burris Martin
Birth: Unknown, Anderson County, Tennessee, USA
Death: Unknown, Lake City, Anderson County, Tennessee, USA

Family links: Spouse: Hardy F Martin (1806 - ____); Children: Alexander Martin (1845 - 1910), Mary J Martin (1849 - ____), Samuel Martin (1855 - 1928), Rufus B Martin (1858 - 1922), Martha A Martin (1859 - ____), Charles L Martin (1862 - 1917), Franklin Martin (1867 - ____), Edward Martin (1869 - ____)

Burial:
Non-Cemetery Burial
Specifically: burial unknown

Created by: Anonymous
Record added: Sep 20, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 136167932 
BURRIS, Mary (I36776)
 
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Mary Polly Madison Lindsey
Birth: Dec. 12, 1788, South Carolina, USA
Death: Sep. 18, 1866, Hickory County, Missouri, USA

Daughter of James Madison and Elizabeth Dulaney or Gray, wife of Amos F. Lindsey, Mother of Irene, Anthony, James, Abraham, Nancy, Amos, Lycurgus, Alfred, Thomas, and John Lindsey. This is the family that took in my Great-Grandmother, Susan Canaday Lafever, after she was orphaned. She stayed with then in Dallas Co. and Hickory.

Family links: Spouse: Amos Frost Lindsey (1786 - 1875); Children: James Madison Lindsey (1817 - 1903), Nancy Lindsey Hayes (1820 - 1893), Lycurgus Lindsey (1825 - 1909), Thomas E. Lindsey (1831 - 1903)

Burial: Bowers Chapel Cemetery, Urbana, Dallas County, Missouri, USA

Created by: Vivian Pattee
Record added: Dec 10, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12649150 
MADISON, Mary (I319)
 
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Mary Polly Price Hunsaker
Birth: 1803, Rowan County, North Carolina, USA
Death: 1878, Fair Play, Grant County, Wisconsin, USA

Family links: Spouse: Abraham Hunsaker (1799 - 1870); Children: Elizabeth Hunsaker Barton (1821 - 1857), Jacob A. Hunsaker (1823 - 1875), Mariah Hunsaker (1825 - 1863), Daniel Hunsaker (1828 - 1863), George W. Hunsaker (1831 - ____), Barbara Hunsaker (1836 - 1857), Mary Hunsaker (1837 - 1857), Lewis Calvin Hunsaker (1840 - 1909), Sarah Jane Hunsaker (1841 - 1858), Abraham Hunsaker (1849 - 1911), Isaac Hunsaker (1849 - 1898)

Burial: Fairplay Cemetery, Fair Play, Grant County, Wisconsin, USA

Created by: Chad Kendell
Record added: Feb 23, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 125525055 
PRICE, Mary (I40648)
 
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Mary Roney Buchanan
Birth: 1706, Marsh Creek, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Mar. 15, 1789, Marsh Creek, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, USA . . .

Family links: Spouse: Walter Buchanan (____ - 1778); Children: Elizabeth Buchanan Smith (1738 - 1812) . . .

Note: Dates of birth and death are from the Owen Family Tree on Ancestry.com.

Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Gettysburg, Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Section A

Maintained by: Pam R.
Originally Created by: Amy Hunt
Record added: Nov 13, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61563909 
RONEY, Mary (I40922)
 
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Mary Shindler McClintick
Birth: 1792, Virginia, USA
Death: Nov. 5, 1871, New Albany, Floyd County, Indiana, USA

Family links: Children: Jane McClintick (1827 - 1909), George W. McClintick (1831 - 1915), Benton Thomas McClintick (1833 - 1908) . . .

Burial: Fairview Cemetery, New Albany, Floyd County, Indiana, USA

Created by: Douser
Record added: Aug 14, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 95330349 
SHINDLER, Mary Ann (I41067)
 
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Mary Teresa Keenan Short
Birth: Apr. 17, 1899, Williamsburg, Franklin County, Kansas, USA
Death: Jan. 15, 1950, Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas, USA

Daughter of Thomas Clarence & Anna May (Spring) Keenan.

Wife of Charles Blufford Short, Married 8 June 1918 in Neosho, Kansas, USA.

Mother of Robert Thomas & Richard Allen Short.
(bio by: Shawn Short)

Family links: Parents: Thomas Clarence Keenan (1854 - 1943), Sue Anna (Keenan) Spring Stovall (1878 - 1958); Spouse: Charles Blufford Short (1893 - 1968); Children: Robert Thomas Short (1922 - 1995); Sibling: Mary Teresa Keenan Short (1899 - 1950), John Thomas Keenan (1908 - 1992)

Burial: Mount Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas, USA

Created by: Jennifer
Record added: May 20, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10997280
 
KEENAN, Mary Teresa (I43703)
 
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Mary W. Wright Lindsey
Birth: Dec. 10, 1850, Illinois, USA
Death: Oct. 6, 1924, Preston, Hickory County, Missouri, USA

Parents: Melissa A. (Kelley) and Edwin Wright.

Family links: Parents: Melissa A. Kelley Wright (1810 - 1878); Spouse: John J. Lindsey (1834 - 1915)

Burial: Fisher Cemetery , Preston, Hickory County, Missouri, USA
Plot: Row 24

Created by: Joy Burkhart
Record added: Jul 27, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28557627 
WRIGHT, Mary (I14645)
 
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Mary Zilla Frost
Birth: May 13, 1849
Death: Jan. 9, 1856

Mary was the daughter of Jesse Frost (I) and Catherine (Harless) Frost.

The birth and death dates on Mary's marker are illegible but other records give the dates shown above.

[Biographical information, above, and marker inscription, below, added by Patricia Crim Dietlein.]

Family links: Parents: Jesse Frost (1804 - 1880), Catherine Harless Frost (1809 - 1898); Siblings: Joshua Henry Frost (1832 - 1911), Hannah Caroline Frost Prestridge (1834 - 1906), Matilda Catherine Frost Callen (1835 - 1926), Arrena Simpson Frost Bragg (1840 - 1905), Martha Jane Frost Blackburn (1842 - 1900), John Harless Frost (1847 - 1935), Mary Zilla Frost (1849 - 1856), Jesse George Frost (1850 - 1930), Lucretia Amanda Frost (1852 - 1866), Charles Shrider Frost (1854 - 1938)

Inscription:

"Daughter of Jesse & Catherine [Harless] Frost"
Aged 6 yrs 7 mos & 26 days"

[Marker at foot of grave shows "M Z F"]

Burial: Harless Cemetery, Montevallo, Shelby County, Alabama, USA

Maintained by: Patricia Crim Dietlein
Originally Created by: JOE JORDAN
Record added: Apr 02, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35449653 
FROST, Mary Zilla (I36866)
 
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Mathew Baker
Birth: Aug., 1828
Death: Feb. 3, 1865

Burial: Creston Cemetery, Creston, Cumberland County, Tennessee, USA

Maintained by: imagal49
Originally Created by: Jackie
Record added: Jun 10, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27469140 
BAKER, Mathias Mathew (I36714)
 
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Mathew Frost
Birth: Sep. 9, 1825, White County, Tennessee, USA
Death: 1892, Barry County, Missouri, USA

Son of Elijah Frost Sr. and Amelia Lonesome Patterson.

Married first to Margaret C. Robinson. They were married on 11 Mar 1854. No other information is known about Margaret.

He married second to Nancy Jane Hale on 17 Jan 1861 in Barry, Missouri. She was born in 1842 in North Carolina and died in 1875. They had 5 known children, Hale Snow, Emily Elizabeth, Sevier White, Young Winter and Elijah Eli.

After Nancy's death, Mathew married Henrietta Harriett Arnold. They were wed on 07 Oct 1885. She was born in 1851 and died in 1893 both in Barry, Missouri. They had one son named Gay Frost.

Family links: Parents: Elijah Frost (1797 - 1850), Amelia Lonesome Patterson Frost (1801 - 1876); Children: Millie Elizabeth Frost (1861 - 1942); Siblings: Micajah Frost (1818 - 1855), Elijah S. Frost (1820 - 1904), William English Frost (1822 - 1889), Thomas Simpson Frost (1824 - 1911), Mathew Frost (1825 - 1892), Joseph B. Frost (1829 - 1908), Mary Adaline Frost Walker (1830 - 1911), Sevier White Frost (1835 - 1881), White Frost (1837 - 1908), Snow Frost (1839 - 1919), Winter Frost (1841 - 1925), Sarah Clay Frost (1844 - 1844), Hiram Joseph Frost (1847 - 1852)

Burial: Unknown

Created by: Greene-Shemwell
Record added: Nov 14, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 120285161 
FROST, Mathew (I36686)
 
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Matilda Caroline Alvey Cole - French
Birth: 1820, Washington County, Kentucky, USA
Death: 1871, Hardin County, Kentucky, USA

Father: James Alvey, Jr
Mother: Susannah Alvey

Married Henry Francis Cole on January 01, 1843 in Hardin Co, KY. After Henry died, she married Raymond French on April 12, 1853 at Colesburg, Hardin Co, KY.

The exact date and location of Matilda's death and burial are not known but believed to be in St Clare with her husbands.

Family links: Parents: James Alvey (1785 - 1845), Susannah Alvey Alvey (1790 - 1848); Spouses: Henry Francis Cole (1823 - 1851), Raymond French (1814 - 1897); Siblings: Mary Magdalen Alvey Thornberry (1817 - 1880), Matilda Caroline Alvey Cole - French (1820 - 1871), Catherine Alvey (1822 - 1871), James Alvey (1824 - 1890), Benedict "Ben" Alvey (1827 - 1901), Martha Ann Alvey Glasco (1829 - 1903)

Burial: Saint Clare Cemetery, Colesburg, Hardin County, Kentucky, USA

Created by: Bob & Ann (DiMeglio) Alvey
Record added: Oct 10, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 59870243 
ALVEY, Matilda Caroline (I37026)
 
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Matilda Catherine "Catherine" Frost Callen
Birth: Sep. 18, 1835
Death: Aug. 8, 1926

Matilda was the daughter of Jesse & Catherine (Harless) Frost, and the wife of William Callen.

[Biographical information, above, and marker inscription, below, added by Patricia Crim Dietlein.]

Family links: Parents: Jesse Frost (1804 - 1880), Catherine Harless Frost (1809 - 1898); Siblings: Joshua Henry Frost (1832 - 1911), Hannah Caroline Frost Prestridge (1834 - 1906), Matilda Catherine Frost Callen (1835 - 1926), Arrena Simpson Frost Bragg (1840 - 1905), Martha Jane Frost Blackburn (1842 - 1900), John Harless Frost (1847 - 1935), Mary Zilla Frost (1849 - 1856), Jesse George Frost (1850 - 1930), Lucretia Amanda Frost (1852 - 1866), Charles Shrider Frost (1854 - 1938)

Inscription:

"Aged 90 yrs 10 mos & 2 days"

Burial: Harless Cemetery, Montevallo, Shelby County, Alabama, USA

Maintained by: Patricia Crim Dietlein
Originally Created by: JOE JORDAN
Record added: Apr 02, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35447312 
FROST, Matilda Catherine (I36862)
 
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Matilda Lee Gilkison
Birth: Aug. 23, 1817, Virginia, USA
Death: Nov. 16, 1889, Richland County, Ohio, USA

m 30 Apr 1835 Richland Co., OH
Hiram Nigh Gilkison

They had known children - Harriet E. d/y, HIram Clay d/y, Lucinda Maria d/y, Mary Ann, Rebecca Lansetta, William Wallace, Clarissa Frances, Ada M.

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Matilda Gilkison - Paralysis 72y2m23d Internment Nov 1889 Mansfield Cemetery Interments Oct-Dec 1889

Family links: Spouse: Hiram Nigh Gilkison (1814 - 1878); Children: Rebecca Lancetta Gilkison Bloor (1843 - 1904)

Note: 72y2m23d Mansfield Cemetery Records

Burial: Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, Richland County, Ohio, USA

Created by: BluMoKitty
Record added: Mar 21, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 126651003 
LEE, Matilda (I41576)
 
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Matthew Hunsaker, Sr
Birth: Oct. 19, 1801, Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, USA
Death: Oct. 1, 1877, Green City, Sullivan County, Missouri, USA

Family links: Parents: George Hunsaker (1766 - 1845), Susannah Moser Hunsaker (1766 - 1840); Spouse: Elizabeth Taylor Hunsaker (1813 - 1890); Children: Levi Hunsaker (1831 - 1899), Lavina Hunsaker Loughead (1833 - 1886), George Hunsaker (1835 - 1863), Susan Hunsaker Loughead (1837 - 1878), Benjamin J. Hunsaker (1839 - 1920), Mary Elizabeth Hunsaker Lewis (1841 - 1876), Synthia Hunsaker La Fever (1844 - 1878), Sarah Hunsaker Beall (1847 - 1875), Sina Hunsaker Gardner (1850 - 1924), Matthew Hunsaker (1853 - 1933), Joseph Hunsaker (1855 - 1926); Siblings: John William Hunsaker (1794 - 1848), Benjamin Franklin Hunsaker (1795 - 1855), Rebecca Hunsaker (1799 - 1800), Matthew Hunsaker (1801 - 1877), Rebecca Hunsaker Embler (1803 - 1844), Susannah Hunsaker Trogdon (1805 - 1881), Thomas Jefferson Hunsaker (1808 - 1868)

Burial: Hawkeye Cemetery, Green City, Sullivan County, Missouri, USA

Created by: Ernie Chapman
Record added: May 30, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 91012523 
HUNSAKER, Matthew Sr. (I40652)
 
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Maude Bee Coffey Collins
Birth: Jan. 17, 1861, Lafayette County, Mississippi, USA
Death: Sep. 10, 1926, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA

Family members laid to rest south to north:

• Baby Eugene Collins
• Dr. G. H. Collins
• Maude B Collins
• Lottie Hilliard Collins
• W B Hilliard
• Stella Hilliard
• Linioel Hilliard

The Oklahoman, Sept. 12, 1926:

In Memoriam

Mrs. Maude B. Collins died Friday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H.S. Douglas, 812 N. Lindsay. She is survived by five daughters, Mrs. John P. Hampton of Chicago; Mrs. Fred T. Stulder, Coalgate; Mrs. Page Belcher, Enid; Mrs. H.S. Douglas and Mrs. L.L. Emery, and one son, George H. Collins of Oklahoma City. Funeral services will be held in Davis, Okla., at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon.

(Obituary provided by Emily Jordan)

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Printed in The Davis News on Sept 16, 1926; Reprinted with permission

Mrs. Maude B. Collins

Mrs. Collins was born in LaFayette County, Miss., Jan. 17th, 1861, and attended College at Oxford, Miss., where she was a member of the Alpha Beta Tau Sorority. She joined the M. E. Church, South, when eleven years of age and remained a faithful member until the end. Later she married Dr. George H. Collins. The family moved to Davis in the year 1895 and remained in Davis until the year 1908, when they moved to Oklahoma City. While living in Oklahoma City, she was a member of the Wesley Methodist Church.

She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. J. D. Johnson, of Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. D. A. Anderson of Davis, Oklahoma, and by three brothers, Andy Coffey and Will Coffey, of Myrtle, Miss., and B. B. Coffey of Nashville, Tenn.

She was the mother of nine children, five daughters and one son surviving her, namely, Mrs. Harry S. Douglas, Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Louis L. Emery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Mrs. Fred T. Stalder, Coalgate, Oklahoma; Mrs. Page H. Belcher, Enid, Oklahoma; George H. Collins, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Mrs. John P. Hampton, Chicago, Ill., all being present at the funeral, which was conducted in the beautiful Methodist Church at Davis, Sunday afternoon, Sept. 12th.

Loving friends tenderly laid her away in the cemetery at Davis beside her husband who passed on more than thirteen years ago. She fell on sleep in Oklahoma city, Sept. 10th, 1926. Truly a good woman has left us but not gone far.

"A little while to love,
A little while to weep,
With hope of Heaven above,
And then to fall asleep."

Card of Thanks

We wish to thank our many loving friends, especially the Women's Home Missionary Society, Bro. J. F. Hendrey, Mrs. N. L. Hale and the members of the Special Choir, for their many kindnesses and flowers. Words can not express our appreciation of the many favors received by us in our great loss of mother and sister.

Mrs. Harry S. Douglas
Mrs. Louis L. Emery
Mrs. Fred T. Stalder
Mrs. Page H. Belcher
George H. Collins
Mrs. John P. Hampton
Mrs. D. A. Anders

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Printed in The Davis News on Sept 16, 1926; Reprinted with permission

Locals News

The following out of town friends attended the funeral of Mrs. Maude Bee Collins, Sunday afternoon: Mr. and Mrs. Wimberly, Atoka, Okla.; Mrs. Duncan McRuer and daughter, Norman; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vawter, of Ardmore; Mr. and Mrs. Jennings of Sulphur.

Family links: Parents: Andrew Boyd Coffey (1818 - 1884), Harriet Malinda Barry Coffey (1835 - 1915); Spouse: George Henry Collins (1853 - 1913); Children: Hattie Ruth Collins Lewis (1883 - 1913), Francis Marion Collins (1885 - 1886), Margaret Lillian Collins Douglas (1887 - 1970), Ida Maude Collins Emery (1889 - 1987), George Henry Collins (1895 - 1976), Eugene Bryan Collins (1899 - 1901), Lucille Collins Hampton (1900 - 1976); Siblings: Millard Fillmore Coffey (1854 - 1917)*, James R. Coffey (1856 - 1874), Andrew Hugh Coffey (1856 - 1942), William Harris Coffey (1859 - 1940), Maude Bee Coffey Collins (1861 - 1926), Margaret Magnolia Coffey Anderson (1864 - 1956), Lavinia Louise Coffey Johnson (1866 - 1936)*, John Alexander Coffey (1868 - 1903)

Burial: Green Hill Cemetery, Davis, Murray County, Oklahoma, USA
Plot: Old South, 5S, Row 10

Created by: J&G Sanders
Record added: Sep 18, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 42120390 
COFFEY, Maude B. (I42073)
 
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Maurine Cora Oldroyd Sanders
Birth: May 1, 1911, Fountain Green, Sanpete County, Utah, USA
Death: Jul. 6, 1993, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA

Daughter of John Thomas Oldroyd and Cora Geneva Ivory

Married Mervyn Sharp Sanders, 29 August 1933, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah

Family links: Parents: John Thomas Oldroyd (1889 - 1971), Geneva Ivory Oldroyd (1887 - 1969); Spouse: Mervyn Sharp Sanders (1907 - 1995); Children: John Mervyn Sanders (1937 - 2014), Gill Oldroyd Sanders (1943 - 2016), Camille Sanders Cook (1946 - 2015); Sibling: Camille Oldroyd (1909 - 1910), Maurine Cora Oldroyd Sanders (1911 - 1993)

Burial: Larkin Sunset Lawn Cemetery, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA

Created by: SMSmith
Record added: Feb 28, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 85955010
 
OLDROYD, Cora Maurine (I44062)
 
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Max Irving Eskelson
Birth: Jul. 12, 1925
Death: Aug. 18, 1982

Family links: Spouse: Norma Elizabeth Bartlett Bates (Bowen) (1927 - 2013)

Burial: Fort Douglas Cemetery, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA
Plot: E-9-30

Maintained by: Ryan D. Curtis
Originally Created by: Judie Latshaw Huff
Record added: Nov 25, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44790114 
ESKELSEN, Max Irving (I41933)
 
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Maxine A Evans McKillip
Birth: Dec. 25, 1918, Hayes County, Nebraska, USA
Death: Jan. 8, 2008, McCook, Red Willow County, Nebraska, USA

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Daily Gazette - McCook, NE - January 10, 2008

HAYES CENTER, NE. - Maxine A. McKillip, 89, died Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2008, at Hillcrest Nursing Home in McCook, Nebraska.

She was born in Hayes County, Nebraska, to Reese and Edith (Green) Evans on Dec. 25, 1918.

She attended rural school through the ninth grade in Hayes Center.

She was a member of the VFW and the American Legion Auxiliary

She was preceded in death by her parents; son, Lonnie Trusty; brothers, Herschel Evans and Erlin Evans; and her husbands.

She is survived by her three sons, Dwight Trusty and wife, Mikae of Hayes Center, NE, Michael "Bruce" Kathrens of Hayes Center, NE, and Kevin Heinrich and wife, Karla of Raymore, MO; sister, Mary Brown of San Diego, CA; and three grandchildren.

Funeral services will be at the Union Congregational United Church of Christ in Hayes Center, Nebraska, with the Rev. Fay Ann Blaylock officiating. Burial will be in the Hayes Center Cemetery.

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Burial: Hayes Center Cemetery, Hayes Center, Hayes County, Nebraska, USA

Created by: TiogaRose
Record added: Jan 11, 2008
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EVANS, Maxine Avis (I41925)
 
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May Francis Neiman Soles
Birth: Aug. 27, 1888, Benton County, Missouri, USA
Death: Sep. 10, 1912, White Branch, Benton County, Missouri, USA

Daughter of Henry Michael and Alice Tabitha (Deckard) Neiman. Married to M. Roy Soles.

Family links: Parents: Henry Michael Neiman (1861 - 1953), Alice Tabatha Deckard Neiman (1865 - 1931); Spouse: Melburne Roy Soles (1890 - 1976); Siblings: May Francis Neiman Soles (1888 - 1912), Allen Thurman Neiman (1891 - 1979), Cora Belle Neiman Henry (1895 - 1987), Laura Josephine Neiman Keele (1898 - 1979), Lucille Neiman Peeler (1901 - 1990), Louis Wilson Neiman (1901 - 1995)

Burial: Laurel Oak Cemetery, Windsor, Henry County, Missouri, USA

Created by: Mark Persons
Record added: May 28, 2010
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NEIMAN, May Francis (I39151)
 
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Meliscent Bethany Hall Hodge
Birth: Apr. 24, 1814, USA
Death: Jan. 7, 1862, Texas, USA

She was born in either Alabama or Mississippi and she died in either Anderson County, Texas or Henderson County, Texas. She married Rev. Robert Hickman Hodge in 1830 at the old home of Governor Runnells near Jackson, Mississippi; she was the Governor's niece.

Family links: Spouse: Robert Hickman Hodge (1805 - 1866); Children: Mary Ann Hodge Wallace (1833 - 1906), Aurelia Bethany Hodge Mitcham (1839 - 1911), Magnus Hall Hodge (1843 - 1911), Ruena Sophia Hodge Wallace (1848 - 1894), James Clarence Hodge (1852 - 1926)

Inscription:
Millie B.
consort of
Rev. R. Hodge
Born
Apr 24, 1814
Died
Jan 7, 1862

Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Anderson County, Texas, USA

Created by: Diane Gravlee
Record added: Oct 08, 2009
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HALL, Meliscent Bethany (I39853)
 
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Melissa Frances Wells Rea
Birth: Feb. 8, 1886
Death: Jan. 12, 1980

Family links: Spouse: Henry Lee Rea (1883 - 1950); Children: Baby Rea, Harrison Rea (1905 - 1905), Clara Louise Rea (1907 - 1935), Susan Virginia Rea Longo (1912 - 2006), James Robert Rea (1922 - 1923); Siblings: James F Rea (1875 - 1903), Baby Daughter Rea (1877 - 1877), Trulove Rea (1878 - 1889), Henry Lee Rea (1883 - 1950), Dradon Rea (1892 - 1894)

Burial: Knights of Pythias Cemetery, Russellville, Franklin County, Alabama, USA
Plot: E4

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Record added: Feb 25, 2013
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WELLS, Melissa Frances (I35262)
 
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Melly Milner
Birth: Unknown
Death: Unknown

Burial: Highland Cemetery, Meeker, Rio Blanco County, Colorado, USA
Plot: Highland L 49, 4

Created by: Neal Fenton
Record added: Jul 08, 2010
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PERRY, Mellie Jane (I43305)
 
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Melvina Houston Vaughan
Birth: Feb. 25, 1858, USA
Death: Jan. 6, 1893, USA

She married James Polk Dallas Vaughan.

James Polk Dallas Vaughan was the son of Benjamin Franklin Vaughan & Cherubia Harp.

Family links: Parents: Joseph Calvin Houston (1823 - 1901), Sarah Birkes Houston (1822 - 1894); Spouse: James Polk Dallas Vaughan (1845 - 1909); Children: Nancy Vaughan Pearce (1874 - 1949), Cordelia Vaughan Moore (1877 - 1952), John Douglas Vaughan (1879 - 1967), Mary Clementine Vaughan Branham (1881 - 1963), Martha Pearl Vaughan Wright (1883 - 1960), Nellie Frances Vaughan Nelson (1885 - 1940), James Lafayette Vaughan (1888 - 1958), Charlotte Tempest Vaughan Kappen (1889 - 1976), Cherubia Ellen Vaughan (1891 - 1932); Siblings: Mary Houston Griffith (1847 - 1925), John Houston (1850 - 1927), Martha Jane Houston Southerland (1852 - 1902), Julia Ann Houston Ferguson (1856 - 1886), Robert Calvin Houston (1856 - 1942), Melvina Houston Vaughan (1858 - 1893), William Riley Houston (1859 - 1920), Nancy Elizabeth Houston Allen (1862 - 1954)

Burial: Clifty Cemetery, Clifty, Madison County, Arkansas, USA

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Record added: Aug 28, 2009
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HOUSTON, Melvina (I44135)
 
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Micajah Frost
Birth: Apr. 25, 1818, White County, Tennessee, USA
Death: Feb. 15, 1855, White County, Tennessee, USA

Eldest son of Elijah Frost Sr. and Amelia Lonesome Patterson

Married Catherine E. Greer on 26 Jan 1845 . . .

Family links: Parents: Elijah Frost (1797 - 1850), Amelia Lonesome Patterson Frost (1801 - 1876); Siblings: Micajah Frost (1818 - 1855), Elijah S. Frost (1820 - 1904), William English Frost (1822 - 1889), Thomas Simpson Frost (1824 - 1911), Mathew Frost (1825 - 1892), Joseph B. Frost (1829 - 1908), Mary Adaline Frost Walker (1830 - 1911), Sevier White Frost (1835 - 1881), White Frost (1837 - 1908), Snow Frost (1839 - 1919), Winter Frost (1841 - 1925), Sarah Clay Frost (1844 - 1844), Hiram Joseph Frost (1847 - 1852)

Burial: Unknown

Created by: Greene-Shemwell
Record added: Nov 12, 2013
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FROST, Micajah (I36682)
 
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Mildred Virginia Branham Parker
Birth: Aug. 13, 1913, Eureka Springs, Carroll County, Arkansas, USA
Death: Mar. 6, 1983, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA

Family links: Parents: John Jefferson Branham (1881 - 1947), Mary Clementine Vaughan Branham (1881 - 1963); Spouse: Elbert Ossian Parker (1912 - 1957); Children: Helen Louise Parker Maxwell (1929 - 2005); Siblings: Gladys Bernice Branham Webb (1902 - 1975), Cecil R Branham (1903 - 1963), Christine Agnes Branham Chandler (1906 - 1989), John D. Branham (1908 - 1910), Mildred Virginia Branham Parker (1913 - 1983), Mary Ruth Branham (1918 - 2003)

Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Eureka Springs, Carroll County, Arkansas, USA

Created by: G VanB
Record added: Sep 18, 2011
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BRANHAM, Mildred Virginia (I44139)
 
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Minnie Georgianna "Min" Nelson Murphy
Birth: Jun. 27, 1864, Mount Zion, Van Buren County, Iowa, USA
Death: Feb. 1, 1942, Vinita, Craig County, Oklahoma, USA

Mrs. James F. Murphy

Minnie Georgiana Murphy was born near Mt. Zion, Iowa June 27, 1864, and departed this life at her home in Vinita, Okl., Sunday Feb. 1, 1942, at the age of 77 years.

Mrs. Murphy joined the Mt. Zion Presbyterian church in girlhood; she was married to James F. Murphy on Sept. 21, 1892. She came with him to Vinita in 1902 and has been a faithful member of the Presbyterian church ever since. She was an elder of the church from 1931 to 1938 and taught the beginners in the church school for twenty years or more. She served as president of the Ladies Aid for thirty consecutive years from Bonaparte relatives.

Mrs. Murphy was a charter member of the order of Eastern Star, Chapter 20, of Vinita.

She was one of a family of six children, the daughter of John W. and Eliza Boner Nelson, and was preceded in death by her youngest sister, Mrs. Webb Barker of Des Moines, in 1928 and her only brother, John E. Nelson of Mt. Zion, June 1, 1936. Three sisters survive her: Mrs. Marietta Perkins, Mrs. O. S. Calhoun, and Mrs. Nelle Hootman.

Her husband, James F. Murphy, preceded her in death March 26, 1930. Three children of this home, Earle N. Murphy, Kenneth Murphy and Mres. Perry Nair, with whom she lived, mourn her passing. She is also survived by one grandson, Duane Kenneth Murphy and a number of nieces and nephews.

The following poem was found in her diary:

Grant me this, dear Lord, to be
Strong for tasks which fall to me;
Kind, when hunger finds my door,
Brave for all that lies before;
Grateful for thy gifts bestowed.
Patient, when my pace is slowed;
Willing, when I can, to share
Burdens grim which others bear;
Gracious, when a touch of grace
May exalt the commonplace;
Gentle, always when distress
May be soothed by gentleness;
Gentle always unto thee
And the cause of liberty.

Those attending the funeral of Mrs. Murphy at Vinita, Okla., were her sister, Mrs. O. S. Calhoun, Mrs. Dirk Miller, and Claude Calhoun.

- No newspaper source, no date.

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Mrs. J. F. Murphy

Mrs. J. F. Murphy, 77, died Sunday morning at her home, 735 East Tahlequah, after a long illness.
Mrs. Murphy was well known in Vinita, having lived here over 40 years. She was a long-time member of the Presbyterian church and Eastern Star.

She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Margaret Nair, Vinita, and two sons, Earl (Pat) Murphy, of Keosauqua, Iowa, and Kenneth (Kay) Murphy, Tulsa.

Funeral services will be held at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon at the Presbyterian church.

Burial will be made in the Fairview cemetery under the direction of the Burckhalter Funeral home.

- From Vinita Daily Journal Feb 2, 1942. (From DJ).

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Mrs. J. F. Murphy

Funeral services for Mrs. J. F. Murphy, who died Sunday, will be held this afternoon at 2:30 at the Presbyterian church with the Rev. Griffes officiating.

The Eastern Star services will have charge of the graveside services.

Burial will be made in Fairview cemetery under the direction of the Burckhalter Funeral home.

- From Vinita Daily Journal Feb 3, 1942. (From DJ).

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Family links: Parents: John Wilson Nelson (1832 - 1889), Eliza Dorrel Boner Nelson (1838 - 1921); Spouse: James Finley Murphy (1859 - 1930); Children: Margaret M. Murphy Nair (1905 - 1973); Siblings: Florence May Nelson (1862 - 1864), Minnie Georgianna Nelson Murphy (1864 - 1942), Marietta Nelson Perkins (1867 - 1961), Ethel Nelson Calhoun (1869 - 1965), Infant Son Nelson (1869 - 1869), Nellie Myrtle Nelson Hootman (1872 - 1956), Edna Margaret Nelson Barker (1876 - 1928), John Ernest Nelson (1878 - 1936), Royal H. Nelson (1883 - 1884)

Burial: Fairview Cemetery, Vinita, Craig County, Oklahoma, USA
Plot: Section FV, Block 21, Lot 38, Space 08

Created by: Jenna
Record added: Jun 25, 2012
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NELSON, Minnie Georgiana (I36363)
 
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Moriah Stearns
Birth: Unknown
Death: Unknown, Franklin County, Indiana, USA

Burial: Old Franklin Cemetery, Fairfield, Franklin County, Indiana, USA

Created by: Linda Taylor
Record added: Jan 18, 2012
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CHENEY, Maria Jane (I41678)
 
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Moses "Curly Headed Mose" McClintic
Birth: Apr. 22, 1789, Bath County, Virginia, USA
Death: Aug. 8, 1856, Lewisburg, Greenbrier County, West Virginia, USA

[Note by compiler: Bath County, VA did not exist on the decedent's birth date. Bath County was formed from Augusta, Botetourt and Greenbrier Counties on 14 December 1790.]

Moses McClintic was the son of Robert McClintic and Jane Mann. He was the third child of their nine children. He was born in Bath County, Virginia April 22, 1789. On October 22, 1822, he married Margaret (Peggy) Beard, the daughter of Major Samuel Beard. (The Military Rank in the Virginia Militia). At the time of their marriage Moses was 34 years old and Peggy was 20. They were the parents of one child, Samuel who was born September 28, 1823.

Moses moved to Greenbrier County, Virginia in 1800 where his parents and four brothers and two sisters settled on a farm on Culbertson Creek near the present town of Williamsburg, West Virginia. (Greenbrier County became part of the state of West Virginia in 1863.) Moses was about 11 years old then and was known as "Curly Headed Mose" because he had dark curly hair. His boyhood was said to have been wild and reckless. At age 23 Moses volunteered as an Ensign in Captain Solomon Taylor's Company of the Virginia Militia that was taken from Lewisburg in the war of 1812. The company was under the command of Colonial William Henry Harrison in the bloody battles of Lake Erie and the Northwest. General Harrison was to later become the ninth president of the United States. While at Fort Meigs, Ohio, Moses was elevated to the rank of Lieutenant.

After his return from the war of 1812, some time after 1814, Moses entered the Lewisburg Academy as a student. The Lewisburg Academy was founded by Dr. John McElhenney, the minister of the Old Stone Presbyterian Church. The academy closed in 1861, the year the civil war began and reopened in 1865, after the war ended as Lewisburg Male School, which finally became Greenbrier Military School. While a student in Lewisburg, Moses boarded in the home of Thomas (Old Tommy) Craig. Moses became the superintendent of the Colonel John Stuart Estates at Frankford, which was about 10 miles north of Lewisburg, about 1823, the year in which Colonel Stuart died. Colonel Stuart's farms were left to his son Charles in his will. Moses remained as superintendent until 1837. Charles Stuart died in 1850 and the farm and brick home built by Col. John Stuart, for his son Charles, was acquired by Moses Coffman, the father of Samuel Coffman.

In 1839 Moses purchased a farm of 520 acres two miles north of Lewisburg. This farm was owned by the widow of Dr. John Simpkins. Dr. Simpkins acquired the property from the heirs of Col. Samuel Brown. The farm was know as the Samuel Brown Plantation. The Manor House was built from brick before 1820. Col. Brown was one of the first trustees appointed for the town of Lewisburg in 1782.

Moses was a member of the Frankford Methodist Church for nine years. After he moved to Lewisburg from his home on Culbertson Creek, he transferred his membership to the Methodist Episcopal Church at Lewisburg. Moses constantly supported his church and gave a gift of one thousand dollars to help pay for building the brick church at Frankford. Moses was known by the endearing title of "Uncle Moses." When he died August 6, 1856 at age 67, he left his estate to his widow and only child Samuel McClintic.

Peggy Beard McClintic died some twenty years later on July 8, 1876. Samuel McClintic, her only son, survived her. Two years after her death, in 1878, Samuel married Ellen Bright, the daughter of the Honorable Kyle Bright and sister of Jesse F. Bright. Ellen was twenty-five years younger than her husband, having been born in 1848. Samuel was 55 years of when he married Ellen, who was 30 years of age. Samuel was established as one of Greenbrier County's most substantial farmer and graziers upon whose judgement you could always rely.

Samuel McClintic died March 2, 1884, in his 61st year, and was buried beside his mother in the Lewisburg Cemetery behind the present Old Stone Presbyterian Church. As there were no children from his marriage his entire estate passed to his wife Ellen.

After Samuel's death, Ellen Bright married Charles W. (Charley Fox) McClung who was six years her senior. Charley Fox died May 19, 1906 at age 64 and was buried near the grave site of Samuel McClintic. Ellen died thirteen years later in 1919, at age 71. She was buried between her first and second husbands in the cemetery behind the Old Stone Presbyterian Church. Her estate passed to her brother's son Raymond E. Bright of Frankford, WVA. In 1951 Mr. Bright sold the farm of 520 acres, including the ten room brick house with its white columns to Mr. Henry Lindsay.

Family links: Spouse: Margaret Beard McClintic (1803 - 1876); Children: Samuel Beard McClintic (1823 - 1884)

Burial: Old Stone Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Lewisburg, Greenbrier County, West Virginia, USA
Plot: C-4

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Record added: Aug 28, 2010
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McCLINTIC, Moses (I40782)
 
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Moses Parks
Birth: 1803, Wilkes County, North Carolina, USA
Death: 1887, Taylor County, Georgia, USA

Son of Elizabeth Cannnady Parks and Revolution[ary] War Veteran Jonathon Parks, ca 1780 - 1807-08 Wilkes Co., NC. They wed January 27, 1800 Wilkes Co., NC. They have four children that she posted bond for in North Carolina, namely:

• Polly ca 1801
• Moses ca 1803 - 1887 wed Ella Harris
• Millie ca 1804 wed Albert Morrell, 1833 Bibb Co., GA
• John Feb 25, 1805 wed Hannah Mary Magdalene Allen, December 31, 1829 Bibb Co., GA

Family links: Spouse: Ella Harris Parks (1797 - 1888); Children: William Gildersleeve Parks (1827 - 1898), John Gildersworth Parks (1830 - 1911)

Burial: Heritage Baptist Church Cemetery, Reynolds, Taylor County, Georgia, USA

Created by: Love in Family
Record added: Feb 05, 2017
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PARKS, Moses (I42369)
 
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Moses Scott
Birth: 1789, Virginia, USA
Death: 1850, Scottsville, Floyd County, Indiana, USA

My old notes say that Moses Scott was born in either Kentucky or in Woodford County VA/KY; also that he removed to Floyd Co., Ind. about 1814. I wrote then (bef 2007) that Moses married Elizabeth Shindler, 23 May 1810, Beech Creek Baptist Church, Shelby Co., KY.

Family links: Spouse: Elizabeth Shindler Scott (1790 - 1864); Children: Malinda Scott McCutchan (1812 - 1860), Catherine Scott Bell (1816 - 1850)

Burial: Mount Eden Cemetery, Floyd County, Indiana, USA

Created by: DBardes
Record added: Aug 13, 2012
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SCOTT, Moses (I41083)
 
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Mrs Harriet Malinda Barry Coffey
Birth: Apr. 28, 1835, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
Death: Nov. 13, 1915, Davis, Murray County, Oklahoma, USA

Married Andrew Boyd Coffey in 1851 in Lafayette County, Mississippi.

Printed in The Davis News on Nov. 18, 1915; Reprinted with permission

Death of Mrs. H. M. Coffey.

Mrs. H. M. Coffey, mother of Mrs. D. A. Anderson and Mrs. G. H. Collins, died at the Anderson home in Davis Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. The greater part of her long life was spent at Abbeville, Miss., where many of her relatives still live. Failing health caused her to break up housekeeping three years ago, and she came to Davis to make her home with Mrs. D. A. Anderson. She reached a ripe old age, being 80 years old April 28, 1915. For two years she had been an invalid and confined to her bed.

Early in life she joined the Methodist church and remained a member until the day of her death. When she was active and in good health she was a great reader, and took great delight in reading about her church and its history and its doctrines, and was also well informed as to current events.

She was one of those quiet, modest Southern women who believed her greatest mission in the world was to maintain a true home and train her children to be good citizens. How well she succeeded in her life's purpose, one had only to know her home and the children who went out from it.

She is survived by seven children - four sons and three daughters: M. F. Coffey, A. H. Coffey and M. H. Coffey, all of Myrtle, Miss.; B. B. Coffey of Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. J. D. Johnson of Memphis, Tenn; Mrs. G. H. Collins of Oklahoma City; and Mrs. D. A. Anderson of Davis.

Sunday afternoon at the Anderson home simple but impressive religious services were conducted by Rev. J. G. Blackwood, pastor of Methodist church, after which her body was laid to rest in Green Hill Cemetery.

Obituary, full dates & places of birth & death, marriage information and parent link provided by Terri Stern (#47734495).

Family links: Parents: Richard Barry (1790 - 1858), Margaret N. Kilgore Barry (1802 - 1881); Spouses: Andrew Boyd Coffey (1818 - 1884), Andrew Boyd Coffey (1818 - 1884); Children: Millard Fillmore Coffey (1854 - 1917), James R. Coffey (1856 - 1874), Andrew Hugh Coffey (1856 - 1942), William Harris Coffey (1859 - 1940), Maude Bee Coffey Collins (1861 - 1926), Margaret Magnolia Coffey Anderson (1864 - 1956), Lavinia Louise Coffey Johnson (1866 - 1936), John Alexander Coffey (1868 - 1903); Siblings: James Kilgore Barry (1828 - 1900), Andrew Moore Barry (1830 - 1896), Margaret Katherine Barry (1833 - 1835), Harriet Malinda Barry Coffey (1835 - 1915), Jesse Richard Barry (1837 - 1913), Lavina Alice Barry Coffey (1842 - 1868)

Burial: Green Hill Cemetery, Davis, Murray County, Oklahoma, USA
Plot: Old South, Blk 1 South, Row 3

Created by: J&G Sanders
Record added: Sep 29, 2009
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BARRY, Harriet Malinda (I42072)
 
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Mrs Mary Jane "Polly" Parker Kendrick
Birth: Mar. 6, 1785, Elbert County, Georgia, USA
Death: Dec. 18, 1846, Jeffersontown, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA

Obituary: Died on the 18th December 1846, Mrs. MARY KENDRICK, after a lingering illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, aged 62 years. That have closed the labors of a mother in Israel. Mrs. K. was a sister of Daniel Parker, the author of the "Two Seeds" doctrine, and became a member of the Baptist church when quite a girl. Her religious influence was deeply felt by her family in the midst of wickedness. After her sons had become ministers and baptized most of her other children, she arose in a public assembly and called their attention while she boldly declared her faith in the cause of reformation. W.

(The Millennial Harbinger, Obituary Notices, 2nd Ser. Vol. IV. April 1847, p. 239).

Another obituary was published in the Christian Messenger and Bible Advocate, St. Louis, MO (January 1847), p. 23.

The article from the newspaper is the only documented proof that Mary (Parker) Kendrick was the daughter of Elder John Parker who was a Revolutionary War Patriot in Virginia.

Family links: Parents: John Parker (1758 - 1836), Sarah White Parker (1759 - 1824); Spouse: Jesse Kendrick (1785 - 1843); Children: Sarah Kendrick Reaves (1803 - 1880), Nancy Downen (1806 - 1890), Allen Kendrick (1811 - 1859), Harriet Kendrick Ticer (1813 - 1899), Carroll Kendrick (1815 - 1891), Jane Kendrick Pendergraft (1818 - 1884), Caroline Kendrick Gardner (1822 - 1912);
Siblings: Siblings: Daniel Parker (1781 - 1844), John Parker (1783 - 1832), Mary Jane Parker Kendrick (1785 - 1846), Benjamin F. W. Parker (1788 - 1836), Phebe Parker Hassell (1790 - 1852), Isaac Parker (1793 - 1883), Phoebe Parker Anglin (1796 - 1863) [?], James William Parker (1797 - 1864), Nathaniel Parker (1799 - 1855), Silas Mercer Parker (1804 - 1836), Susannah Parker Starr (1807 - 1875)

Inscription:
Mrs. / Mary Kendrick / Dec 18 1846 Aged 62.
[Below inscription is a poem that is almost illegible]

Burial: German Reformed Presbyterian Cemetery, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA

Created by: jshays
Record added: Jun 07, 2010
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PARKER, Mary (I40343)
 
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Mrs Sarah Swan Boynton
Birth: Mar. 30, 1646, Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
Death: Feb. 27, 1717, Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA

Sarah (Swan) Boynton, wife of Capt. Joseph Boynton, was daughter of Richard & Anna (Spofford) Swan. She was born on March 30, 1644, at Rowley, Massachusetts.

Joseph, Sarah, their son Benoni (one of 10 children) and his wife, Ann, moved to Groton 14 Dec., 1715 (per church records.) After Sarah's death (27 Feb 1717), Joseph returned to Rowley, married Elizabeth Wood, and remained at Rowley until his death 16 Dec 1730. He and many other family members are buried at Rowley Burial Ground, Rowley, Massachusetts.

(Thanks to Sandy for this information)

Late Wife of Captain Joseph Boynton.

Family links: Parents: Richard Swan (1600 - 1678), Ann Spofford Swan (1604 - 1658); Spouse: Joseph Boynton (1644 - 1730); Children: Joseph Boynton (1670 - 1755), Sarah Boynton Tenny (1671 - 1709), Richard Boynton (1675 - 1732), John Boynton (1678 - 1718), Jonathan Boynton (1684 - 1740), Hilkiah Boynton (1687 - 1745); Siblings: Robert Swan (1624 - 1697), William Swan (1627 - 1627), Julian Swan Stickney (1633 - 1673), Sarah Swan Boynton (1646 - 1717)

Inscription: Here Lyes Ye Body / of Mrs Sarah / Late Wife of / Capt Joseph Boynton Who Died
February Ye 27 / 1717 Aged 71 / Who in God House / Took Great Delite / & Private Meetings / of Ye Upright

Burial: Old Burying Ground, Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA

Created by: J.A. & D.S.
Record added: Oct 15, 2009
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SWAN, Sarah (I44152)
 
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Nancy Ann Buchanan Gilkeson
Birth: 1780, Virginia, USA
Death: Sep. 29, 1838, Indiana, USA

Family links: Parents: George Buchanan (1744 - 1813); Spouse: Thomas Jefferon [sic] Gilkeson (1779 - 1847); Children: Mary Kay Gilkerson Sale (1813 - 1863); Siblings: Alexander Buchanan (1769 - 1806), Mary Buchanan Provine (1774 - 1847), Nancy Ann Buchanan Gilkeson (1780 - 1838)

Note: Name was listed online on the Parke County, Indiana Genweb Cemetery Index for Rockville Cemetery.

Burial: Rockville Cemetery, Rockville, Parke County, Indiana, USA

Created by: Cyndi
Record added: Nov 26, 2011
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BUCHANAN, Nancy (I41035)
 
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Nancy Ann Frost Hickey
Birth: Mar. 24, 1827, White County, Tennessee, USA
Death: Mar. 18, 1860, White County, Tennessee, USA

Daughter of Elijah Frost Sr. and Amelia Lonesome Patterson.

Married Isaac Newton Hickey on 21 Aug 1855 in Fayette, Kentucky [White County, TN?]. He was born in 1835 in Fayette, Kentucky [Roane County, TN?]. . . .

Family links: Children: Sevier Frost Hickey (1857 - 1930)

Burial: Unknown

Created by: Greene-Shemwell
Record added: Nov 14, 2013
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FROST, Nancy Ann (I36687)
 
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Nancy Bowles
Birth: 1810
Death: 1870

Burial: Bowles Durham Cemetery, Durham Town, Greene County, Georgia, USA

Maintained by: Cheryl Logan
Originally Created by: PC
Record added: Mar 24, 2007
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BROOKS, Nancy (I42744)
 
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Nancy Boyd Hunsaker
Birth: Nov. 14, 1803, Virginia, USA
Death: Jun. 9, 1900, Boonville, Warrick County, Indiana, USA

OBITUARY: Boonville, Indiana Enquirer - June 15, 1900:

Hunsaker - Nancy, daughter of Elijah and Malinda Boyd, was born in Virginia, about 60 miles southwest from Richmond on November 14, 1803.

She was the eldest of a family of fourteen children; only one, Mrs. Minerva Bennett, of Rockport, Ind., survives her.

She came to Warrick county when but a girl. On December 27, 1819, she was married to Joseph Hunsaker who died March 25, 1863.

Their license was the second marriage license issued in Warrick county. The fruit of this union has been thirteen children, forty-nine grandchildren, forty-nine great-grandchildren and twenty great-great-grandchildren of whom five children; four sons, Jefferson, James, Matthew and Andrew, and one daughter, Mrs. Nancy Logsdon, with 20 grandchildren, 38 great-grandchildren and 20 great-great-grandchildren survive to mourn their loss.

For seventy five years she has lived on the same farm.

She united with New Hope Cumberland Presbyterian church at its organization August 10, 1825.

She died June 9, 1900, aged 96 years, 6 months and 25 days.

Her funeral occurred June 13th at Mount Zion M.E. Church near Lynnville. Service conducted by Rev. Mark L. Harris of Boonville.

Family links: Spouse: Joseph L. Hunsaker (1795 - 1863); Children: Belinda Susan Hunsaker Massie (1821 - 1900), Mary Hunsaker Youngs (1823 - 1874), Jefferson Hunsaker (1825 - 1900), Elijah Boyd Hunsaker (1827 - 1894), James Madison Hunsaker (1828 - 1913), Thomas Hunsaker (1829 - 1829), Minerva Hunsaker Goolsbey (1830 - 1894), Matthew Jackson Hunsaker (1832 - 1914), Joseph Marion Hunsaker (1834 - 1860), Nancy Hunsaker Logsdon (1836 - 1900), Andrew Smith Hunsaker (1837 - 1921), Sarah Elvina Hunsaker Hopper (1839 - 1929), Elizabeth Hunsaker Logsdon (1843 - 1874), Robert Dale Hunsaker (1849 - 1898)

Note: Shares stone with Joseph.

Burial: Mount Zion Cemetery, Lynnville, Warrick County, Indiana, USA

Maintained by: Chad Kendell
Originally Created by: ladyN70
Record added: Jul 15, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39468298 
BOYD, Nancy (I40614)
 
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Nancy Coker Martin
Birth: Unknown, Tennessee, USA
Death: Unknown, Anderson County, Tennessee, USA

Family links: Spouse: Hardy F Martin (1806 - ____), Children: John L Martin (1840 - ____)

Burial:
Non-Cemetery Burial
Specifically: Burial unknown

Created by: Anonymous
Record added: Sep 20, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 136167578 
COKER, Nancy (I36775)
 
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Nancy Cummings
Birth: Unknown
Death: Feb. 20, 1870

Family links: Spouse: Isaiah Cummings (1823 - 1886); Children: Florence M. Cummings Martin (1862 - 1883)

Burial: Lower Cummings Cemetery, Derby, Perry County, Indiana, USA

Created by: Linda
Record added: Feb 14, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 84996199 
BUTLER, Nancy (I37247)
 

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