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Currently researching paternally: Stone, Forbis, Crosswhite, Fenton, Conley, Kemper, Stice, Knipp, Owen, Swearingen, and other related families who settled in Boone, Audrain and Callaway Counties, Missouri.
Maternally searching for Fadler, Clauser, Robinson, Copeland, Huff, Yamnitz, Hahn, Bollinger and other related families who settled in Madison and Bollinger Counties, Missouri.
My research is an attempt to round out my branches of my tree. Some things have been verified and some have not. I work on one branch at a time until hitting a brick wall, then switch to another to avoid over analyzing and mistaking something because I desperately want it to be true. I have many photos of tombstones and other related documents on several people in my tree and am willing to share them; if you are also willing to share your information.
This is my hobby and I do not profess that anything/everything is correct done to the nth degree. Please email me in that same manner...none of us have it completely right (so don't blast me if you have something different. Can you tell I've received emails like that before??) I love emailing with distant relatives and am always open to their viewpoints and theories; it's like a big puzzle that needs to be put together. Why not work on it together!!??
Tending My Tree (715 KB) Stone, Forbis, Crosswhite, Fenton, Kemper, Conley and other related families of Boone, Audrain and Callaway Counties of Missouri
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