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    1. Re: [KINKADE] From: Christopher Kinkade
    2. Ruth via
    3. Please ignore this message and do not respond. It ispam. Ruth Cherecwich List Administrator Sent from my iPad > On Jan 21, 2015, at 9:21 AM, Christopher Kinkade via <kinkade@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > Hi KINKADE > > > http://londees-wholesale.com/once.php?clean=nxgru6d22kdgqqdfe0x > > > Christopher Kinkade > > Sent from my iPhone > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to KINKADE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/22/2015 04:12:18
    1. [KINKADE] From: Christopher Kinkade
    2. Christopher Kinkade via
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    01/21/2015 09:21:06
    1. [KINKADE] from: Christopher Kinkade
    2. Christopher Kinkade via
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    12/08/2014 03:27:15
    1. [KINKADE] From: Christopher Kinkade
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    07/11/2014 08:55:47
    1. [KINKADE] Joseph Kinkade 1814-1891
    2. Janice Walker
    3. Looking for the first wife of Joseph Kinkade born August 1814 in Ireland, died February 1, 1891 in Parkersburg, Richland County, Illinois. First wife born in Ireland. Thats all I know of her. They had children: Matilda, Isabel, Alex, Joseph and Elizabeth. Elizabeth born 1839. His second wife was Mary Walker Ruark born 1819, Ohio and died 1898 in Parkersburg. Elizabeth, born 1839, Richland County, Illinois is my great grandmother. I need her mothers information. Thanks, Janice Walker

    06/26/2008 04:48:56
    1. Re: [KINKADE] KINKADE Digest, Vol 2, Issue 6
    2. Darlene M Leonard
    3. Julia, Try going on the kincaid - mail list also. Those folks are quite helpful. They help with all the spellings of Kinkade. Mine are Kinkade also. I have a brick wall of our John Kinkade coming from Ireland about 1750 with a wife and two sons. We can get as far back as the two sons and their families but nothing concrete on the first John Kinkade. There is a book written by Ben F. Dixon about our family and his that states this John. But we cannot find him anywhere. Try the list though as they may be able to help you. Darlene Leonard darldahl@juno.com in Yakima, WA

    04/28/2008 01:58:54
    1. Re: [KINKADE] Kinkade search
    2. Julia Swanson
    3. My Catherine Kincaid/Kinkade married David Johnson/Johnston on October 16, 1824 in Muskingum County, Ohio. I have not been able to go back any farther then that. They are my Great-great grandparents and my brickwalls. I've seen 2 different conflicting familiy trees with everyone after them correct, but different ones before them on Ancestry.com, so unsure of where to go from here. Thanks, Julia _________________________________________________________________ In a rush? Get real-time answers with Windows Live Messenger. http://www.windowslive.com/messenger/overview.html?ocid=TXT_TAGLM_WL_Refresh_realtime_042008

    04/27/2008 07:35:04
    1. Re: [KINKADE] Kinkade search
    2. BETTY KITCHEN
    3. Mary, much of the research from the Monroe County, Ohio Kinkades is posted at the Monroe County web site. Click on the below; then click family trees and find KINKADE. monroe county site <http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohmccogs/> Please get back to me if you recognize any of the folks listed or have other questions. betty ----- Original Message ----- From: "Mary Stinespring" <marystinespring@hotmail.com> To: <kinkade@rootsweb.com> Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 10:55 AM Subject: Re: [KINKADE] Kinkade search yes, they are. Is your information online anywhere that I could take a look? Thank you so much for responding Mary > From: flickymom@hotmail.com> To: kinkade@rootsweb.com> Date: Mon, 21 Apr > 2008 19:50:06 -0500> Subject: Re: [KINKADE] Kinkade search> > > Are any of > your Kinkades from Muskingum, Monroe, or Zanesville Catherine? Thanks, > Julia> From: marystinespring@hotmail.com> To: kinkade@rootsweb.com> Date: > Mon, 31 Mar 2008 18:30:48 -0600> Subject: [KINKADE] Kinkade search> >> > _________________________________________________________________> More > immediate than e-mail? Get instant access with Windows Live Messenger.> > http://www.windowslive.com/messenger/overview.html?ocid=TXT_TAGLM_WL_Refresh_instantaccess_042008> > > -------------------------------> To unsubscribe from the list, please > send an email to KINKADE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message _________________________________________________________________ Back to work after baby–how do you know when you’re ready? http://lifestyle.msn.com/familyandparenting/articleNW.aspx?cp-documentid=5797498&ocid=T067MSN40A0701A ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to KINKADE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    04/23/2008 01:47:05
    1. Re: [KINKADE] Kinkade search
    2. Mary Stinespring
    3. yes, they are. Is your information online anywhere that I could take a look? Thank you so much for responding Mary > From: flickymom@hotmail.com> To: kinkade@rootsweb.com> Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2008 19:50:06 -0500> Subject: Re: [KINKADE] Kinkade search> > > Are any of your Kinkades from Muskingum, Monroe, or Zanesville Catherine? Thanks, Julia> From: marystinespring@hotmail.com> To: kinkade@rootsweb.com> Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 18:30:48 -0600> Subject: [KINKADE] Kinkade search> >> _________________________________________________________________> More immediate than e-mail? Get instant access with Windows Live Messenger.> http://www.windowslive.com/messenger/overview.html?ocid=TXT_TAGLM_WL_Refresh_instantaccess_042008> > -------------------------------> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to KINKADE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message _________________________________________________________________ Back to work after baby–how do you know when you’re ready? http://lifestyle.msn.com/familyandparenting/articleNW.aspx?cp-documentid=5797498&ocid=T067MSN40A0701A

    04/23/2008 03:55:53
    1. Re: [KINKADE] Kinkade search
    2. BETTY KITCHEN
    3. Our Kinkades are from MONROE county, Ohio. You can see some of what we have on them at the Monroe Co Ohio website. Go to the address below, then to family trees,then KINKADE. monroe county site <http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohmccogs/> betty ----- Original Message ----- From: "Julia Swanson" <flickymom@hotmail.com> To: <kinkade@rootsweb.com> Sent: Monday, April 21, 2008 7:50 PM Subject: Re: [KINKADE] Kinkade search > > Are any of your Kinkades from Muskingum, Monroe, or Zanesville Catherine? > Thanks, Julia> From: marystinespring@hotmail.com> To: > kinkade@rootsweb.com> Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 18:30:48 -0600> Subject: > [KINKADE] Kinkade search> > > _________________________________________________________________ > More immediate than e-mail? Get instant access with Windows Live > Messenger. > http://www.windowslive.com/messenger/overview.html?ocid=TXT_TAGLM_WL_Refresh_instantaccess_042008 > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > KINKADE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    04/21/2008 02:50:02
    1. Re: [KINKADE] Kinkade search
    2. Julia Swanson
    3. Are any of your Kinkades from Muskingum, Monroe, or Zanesville Catherine? Thanks, Julia> From: marystinespring@hotmail.com> To: kinkade@rootsweb.com> Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 18:30:48 -0600> Subject: [KINKADE] Kinkade search> > _________________________________________________________________ More immediate than e-mail? Get instant access with Windows Live Messenger. http://www.windowslive.com/messenger/overview.html?ocid=TXT_TAGLM_WL_Refresh_instantaccess_042008

    04/21/2008 01:50:06
    1. Re: [KINKADE] Kinkade search
    2. Hi Mary, You might want to consider subscribing to the Kincaid mail list. The Kincaid list has many researchers who work on the name Kincaid of all spellings trying to sort out our roots. Over the years we have found that Kincaid, Kinkade, Kincade, Kinkead, Kingcaid and a host of other spellings are really all the same name. The name has kinda morphed due to people spelling it differently and then keeping it that way. It's like my surname - some members of the family use the middle c and others do not. But in either case, the name is nothing like the original. If you post to the Kincaid List, the most helpful idea would be to take your earliest known Kinkade and write about that couple - the timeframe, location etc. In that way, enough information is thrown out to the researchers so that they can dig into their data for you to see if they can help. We are not always successful in helping but we sure do try. I also research the Kinkade name and my earliest known Kinkade was spelled Kinkead/Kincaid - we aren't sure. He was killed on Jackson River in VA in 1756. The name then became Kinkade. Good luck, Ruth Cherecwich In a message dated 4/1/2008 11:33:09 A.M. Mountain Daylight Time, marystinespring@hotmail.com writes: These are the names I have in my line - husband/wife - and the approximate year they were born. As I have searched, I see that the Haas- Kinkade, etc originated in so many countries and once here, spread out to so many states. People have contacted me that had relatives with those names but they didn't seem to be in my line. That is why I listed the ones I do have, hoping someone also has these same people and information that we can share. I love doing the research and love having the internet to access all the records and individuals who are also working on this. Thank you for asking for clarification. Mary **************Create a Home Theater Like the Pros. Watch the video on AOL Home. (http://home.aol.com/diy/home-improvement-eric-stromer?video=15&ncid=aolhom00030000000001)

    04/02/2008 02:53:15
    1. Re: [KINKADE] Kinkade search
    2. Mary Stinespring
    3. These are the names I have in my line - husband/wife - and the approximate year they were born. As I have searched, I see that the Haas- Kinkade, etc originated in so many countries and once here, spread out to so many states. People have contacted me that had relatives with those names but they didn't seem to be in my line. That is why I listed the ones I do have, hoping someone also has these same people and information that we can share. I love doing the research and love having the internet to access all the records and individuals who are also working on this. Thank you for asking for clarification. Mary > From: Utahn1@aol.com> Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 20:52:16 -0400> To: kinkade@rootsweb.com> Subject: Re: [KINKADE] Kinkade search> > > Hi, Could you please give us just a little bit more information on what you > are looking for? And who the Kinkades are which you know about and who or what > your brick wall might be? I'm having difficulty understanding what the list > below means.> > Thank you and I hope we can be of help to you.> > Ruth Cherecwich> > In a message dated 3/31/2008 6:32:03 PM Mountain Daylight Time, > marystinespring@hotmail.com writes:> > Kinkade-Daugherty 1844> Kinkade-Haas 1870> Kinkade-Bonar 1900> Haas-White 1848> White-Grimm 1829> Haas-Kunigunde 1805> Haas-Kessler 1806> Haas-Nicolai 1843> > Germany, Ohio - Wellsville, Monroe, Muskingum, Bellaire, Zanesville, and > Australia.> > > > > > > > **************Create a Home Theater Like the Pros. Watch the video on AOL > Home. > (http://home.aol.com/diy/home-improvement-eric-stromer?video=15&ncid=aolhom00030000000001)> > -------------------------------> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to KINKADE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message _________________________________________________________________ More immediate than e-mail? Get instant access with Windows Live Messenger. http://www.windowslive.com/messenger/overview.html?ocid=TXT_TAGLM_WL_Refresh_instantaccess_042008

    04/01/2008 05:31:43
    1. Re: [KINKADE] Kinkade search
    2. Hi, Could you please give us just a little bit more information on what you are looking for? And who the Kinkades are which you know about and who or what your brick wall might be? I'm having difficulty understanding what the list below means. Thank you and I hope we can be of help to you. Ruth Cherecwich In a message dated 3/31/2008 6:32:03 PM Mountain Daylight Time, marystinespring@hotmail.com writes: Kinkade-Daugherty 1844 Kinkade-Haas 1870 Kinkade-Bonar 1900 Haas-White 1848 White-Grimm 1829 Haas-Kunigunde 1805 Haas-Kessler 1806 Haas-Nicolai 1843 Germany, Ohio - Wellsville, Monroe, Muskingum, Bellaire, Zanesville, and Australia. **************Create a Home Theater Like the Pros. Watch the video on AOL Home. (http://home.aol.com/diy/home-improvement-eric-stromer?video=15&ncid=aolhom00030000000001)

    03/31/2008 02:52:16
    1. [KINKADE] Kinkade search
    2. Mary Stinespring
    3. Kinkade-Daugherty 1844 Kinkade-Haas 1870 Kinkade-Bonar 1900 Haas-White 1848 White-Grimm 1829 Haas-Kunigunde 1805 Haas-Kessler 1806 Haas-Nicolai 1843 Germany, Ohio - Wellsville, Monroe, Muskingum, Bellaire, Zanesville, and Australia. _________________________________________________________________ Test your Star IQ http://club.live.com/red_carpet_reveal.aspx?icid=redcarpet_HMTAGMAR

    03/31/2008 12:30:48
    1. [KINKADE] Kincade Reunion -- August 1927
    2. Mary Hart
    3. Following is an article I found in a Princeton, Missouri, newspaper dated August 10, 1927. This isn't my family but I do know some of the descendants of those who attended. Annual Reunion of the Kincade Families The annual reunion of the Kincade families was held Sunday in a grove near Moravia, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Washington Kincade, the foreparents of the family, were former residents of Mercer County. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson were present at the dinner and Mr. Johnson made a speech, giving the history of the Kincade family. An interesting program of songs and speeches was carried out in the afternoon. About 100 relatives were present. Those who went from here were Mr. and Mrs. Don Gillett, Mrs. James Ormsby, Mrs. C. W. Ormsby, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Lima, Mr. and Mrs. Orley Trent, Mrs. Russell Trent and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson

    09/11/2006 07:04:19
    1. Rootsweb changing its mail system
    2. On Wednesday, August 23, the Kinkade, Kinkead and Kincaid lists on Rootsweb are currently scheduled to be migrated to a new Rootsweb mail system. The biggest change is that the -L will be dropped from the List name and will no longer appear as the sender. For those of you who have spam filters, the correct address will need to be entered on your allowed list. A change for some subscribers is that the few who subscribe to both the individual mails and the digest forms of list mail will only be able to receive one. By default, you will receive the individual mails and not the digest. If you wish the digest instead of individual mails, you might want to fix up your subscription to delete the individual receipt of mails. More on this to follow as needed, and I really hope this does not create another AOL/Rootsweb problem. Ruth Cherecwich List Administrator

    08/14/2006 05:56:14
    1. Jan Edith Latta (1913-2006), Ohio
    2. BETTY KITCHEN
    3. The last 3 years I have requested birthday cards from you for my Aunt Jan on June 1st. You have been very generous. She will not be making her birthday this year, and I feel that Memorial Day is a good day to notify you of her passing. I wrote the below, and with a few timeouts to regain my composure, managed to read it at the service. If you have time, I hope that a couple of you can get to know my Aunt Jan, the wonderful woman to whom so many of you took the time to share cards and best wishes to perk up her birthdays. We both really appreciated it. God bless betty May 3, 2006 Although today we gather to "officially" say goodbye to Jan Latta, my Aunt Jan, I am sure that all of us here will agree that she will always be with us. She was such a vital part of our growing up. Although biologically she may have had no children, she certainly mothered my cousins David, Don and me, and the generations to follow. We were always welcome at her house. Bring our friends? She'd say, "Sure, will be glad to see them." So we did. And she was truly glad to have us all there. Although she never married, she has always been the uniting force in this family. It was Aunt Jan who cared for her aging grandparents. It was Aunt Jan who cared for her own mother. And it was Aunt Jan who spoiled David, Don and me. We (the whole Latta family) was at their house almost every weekend that her father was home from Chicago. I think this was about twice a month during my childhood. She cooked a wonderful meal, and there was much laughter. I know she especially spoiled me. I was a picky eater. Dad used to make me gag down a big spoonful of Black Strap Molasses to supposedly make me eat. It was used with cattle, but I'm not sure it was meant for human consumption. I liked Aunt Jan's approach better. She knew that I loved chicken and noodles so she ALWAYS made me chicken and noodles. The rest of the family having beef stroganoff? Yep, but I got chicken and noodles anyway. At family gatherings most of the adults would go in the other room and talk. For kids, this is of course, very, very boring. So Aunt Jan and Grandma would spoil us. They'd play cards with us kids or some other games at the big dining room table. We all enjoyed it so. I got to stay for a whole week during the summers. We had Monopoly games that lasted the whole time. She would let me change the rules a little. I didn't have to get all the properties of a certain color to buy houses. We did some gardening, tried to catch the "Grinnies" which most people know as chipmunks and explored the wonderful closets upstairs. They were wonderful weeks. Here are some stories that she shared with me that I think you will enjoy too. Her father's parents and many aunts and uncles still lived in Monroe County when she was a kid. The train ride then from Canton to Monroe County was 5 or 6 hours Usually her dad only took the three older boys , but she remembered one time when the whole family went down. When they got there, it had been raining cats and dogs. It was so muddy. Her dad carried either her or Vernon and Uncle Tom carried the other, and her mother (Effie) carried her skirts. Aunt Jan was about l0 the last time she went to visit her Grandma Latta (Mary Jane) in Monroe County. Grandma told her she had the most beautiful hands she had ever seen. Aunt Jan figured her Grandmother had seen a lot of hands in her day; and since Jan had just done her nails, she kept on doing them the rest of her life. Mary Jane died in 1927. And when I was little, Aunt Jan continued the tradition and did my nails too. As a child Aunt Jan also always had to wear a bonnet outside and was not allowed to go barefoot. (That bonnet must have paid off because she always had very smooth skin. No wrinkles even when she was older.) The bonnets always had strings to tie under her chin so she could run with the boys without it blowing off. Here is one-hope you can see her running across the grass with it perched on her head. When Aunt Jan was little she loved playing with paper dolls. Her motherwould get fashion magazines but the pages did not show clothes in color so she saved the tissue paper and colored linings from envelopes to make doll clothes with color. She never did like drab things--bright and bold for Aunt Jan. Red was her favorite. She played a lot with her little cousin Marie. In later life Marie told Jan that she enjoyed reading so well because of all the many, many times Jan read to her when she was little. I noticed on Aunt Jan's old report cards that she missed a lot of school (36 days some years), and of course asked why. She said she had very bad earaches as a kid. They would drain, and she could not walk in the cold to school. Both Aunt Jan and my dad Vernon spent a lot of time, especially in the summers,at their Grandmother and Grandfather Schaub's down the road from here in East Sparta. (Dad would have been here today but is working through his own health issues.) Aunt Jan always had to dress up for the train ride there to see her Grandparents. She left play clothes at the Schaubs since she was there so often. Once Aunt Jan lost her hair ribbon at Grandma Schaub's, and Grandma almost didn't let her go home, but she had school the next day. It just wasn't proper to go on the train without your hair ribbons. (Grandma had found the errant ribbon by the next time Jan arrived.) Most weekends some of the Latta kids and Schaub cousins were there. She told me about playing monopoly with Aunt Maggie, Junior and everyone during the depression. There were no electric lines from East Sparta until about l928, and Aunt Jan remembered how she used to like cleaning the oil lamps. Grandma Schaub had a cow named Janey, so her mother Effie really did not like Janedith to be called "Janey." Although Aunt Jan has never been as crazy about cats as Krystal, Valerie, or me, she did like Grandma Schaub's orange cat, Emily. She also remembered the horse named Jimbo that bit her brother Don who was teasing him. She was there when the armistice of World War I was announced on the radio. She remembered how Elton and the older boys were celebrating by beating on the old wash tubs and creating a real noise. Everyone was so happy that Uncle Wes was coming home. Jan used to play dominoes and euchre with Grandpa Schaub while Grandma Schaub crocheted. When they were older, she remembersdriving out to their farm at 11:30 p.m. or midnight, after she had dropped off her Dad to catch the train to Chicago, to stay with them. She learned to drive at a very young age and chauffered her family a lot. She went toTrump Road School then to an all girls high school--Mount Marie which later became Central Catholic High School. Of course she had to wear uniforms in those days, and much of her class work was centered around the arts, Latin, Spanish, the classics. She loved the opera. I brought one of her oils so you can all see how talented she was. When Aunt Jan was a sophomore her friend Angeline had a cadillac and provided much of Jan's transportation and good times. Alas, the cadillac graduated, and Jan's best friend became Hilda Schneider. It was a friendship that continued throughout her life. When she was at Altercare, she often told me how thankful she was that they could talk often on the phone and still see one another now and then. She was also thankful that she was so close to David and Maxine when she came to Altercare and she enjoyed their Sunday visits. It was a blessing when Krystal got a job there and could stop in on her working days. Knowing that Vicky was always there for her too was a great comfort. She got back so much of the love that she had given away all those years. Yes, it always has been Aunt Jan who has brought this family together. We have all learned so much from her about giving, about loving, about coping. She will always be such a role model for us. She went through so many difficult times. She did not complain. She did what had to be done, then went on. I do think she was ready to go on now too. Our five-year-old granddaughter Madison has been saying the prayer at the evening meal. For the past year, it has always been the same. "Thank you God for this food. Help Aunt Janie to feel better." I think that Madi's prayer has come through. I'm sure that now she is feeling better. Her body of late was such a burden to her free spirit. I have hopes that she is rejoicing in reuniting with the family she loved so well, and we will see her again someday. And I know she'll be glad to see us, like always. She'll probably open with what so many of us have heard before, "Well, what do you know that I don't know?"

    05/29/2006 06:08:50
    1. Erma Elizabeth kinkade, 1923
    2. BETTY KITCHEN
    3. Can anyone doing the DNA connect to this family from the Ben Dixon book? Had her name as Emma before receiving death certificate. ------- From the Death Certificate for Erma Elizabeth Kinkade Missouri State Board of Health # 18377 Place of Death: Union Township, Clark Co., Missouri PERSONAL AND STATISTICAL PARTICULARS female, white, single birth: June 1, 1923, Clark, Missouri age at death: 7 days father: Paul Kinkade, born, Illinois mother: Cordie Wells, born Clark, Missouri informant: Mrs. John Hodge, Kahoka, Mo. MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF DEATH date of death: June 7, 1923 physician's statement: I hereby certify, that I attended deceased from June 1st, 1923, to June 7th, 1923; that I last saw her alive on June 7th, 1923, and that death occurred, on the date stated above, at 2 P.M. cause of death: atelectasis pulmonalis signature: J.W. Peckstein,* M.D.; 6/8, 1923, Wyaconda, Mo burial: Ballard Cemetry [sic], 6/8/23 undertaker. F.J. Karle, Kahoka, Mo. *Submitter's Note: The physician's signature may be PECHSTEIN.

    05/28/2006 12:01:01
    1. Eleaver Kinkade 1841-1923
    2. BETTY KITCHEN
    3. I previously had his name as ELEAZER. Does anyone else have him in their data base? Can anyone doing the Dna find him? From the Death Certificate for Eleaver Kinkade MISSOURI STATE BOARD OF HEALTH #26491 Place of death: Noyes Hospital, Saint Joseph (City), Buchanan Co., MO PERSONAL AND STATISTICAL PARTICULARS male, white, married to Rebecca Kinkade birth: Nov 23rd 1841, Marion, Ohio age at death: 81 years 10 months 1 day occupation: retired farmer father: James Kinkade, born Virginia mother: Mary Elloit [sic], born Virginia informant: J.A. Kinkade, Altamount, Missouri MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF DEATH date of death: Sept 24th, 1923 I hereby certify that I attended deceased from Sept 15, 1923, to Sept 24, 1923, that I last saw him alive on __________, and that death occurred, on the date stated above, at 10:40 a.m. cause of death: valvular heart disease; duration, 10 yrs contributory: enlarged prostate gland; duration, 6 yrs. operation precede death: yes; Sept. 18, '23 signed: H. _________M.D.*; Sept 24, 1923; St. Joseph, Mo place of removal: Altamount, Missouri date of burial: Sept. 25, 1923 undertaker: W. Meierhoffer by . . . James A. Moles; address, 824 Felix *Submitter's Note: The handwriting of the signing physican was unreadable.

    05/28/2006 11:52:34