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Re: Bass-Brickey Cemetery, Missouri
Posted by: Scott Rimell (ID *****5740) Date: September 15, 2005 at 15:33:18
In Reply to: Re: Bass-Brickey Cemetery, Missouri by paula nail of 737


Thanks for the info, I think I have all of that. One correction though- Reinhart was born December 20, 1866, not 1886. He was about 13 years older than Mayme, who was born May-1879.

Relfe also had a sister, Clara Grenveine Stephan (b.1908) who married a man named Slaranski in 1929, but was either divorced or astranged by 1930.

Also, Reinhart and Carl Heinrich had a sister, Herta, who was born in 1872 Egin, Illinois, but died in 1874 from Whooping Cough. She was originally buried in Channing Street Cemetery, Elgin, Illinois, but was removed to Bluff City Cemetery, Elgin, in 1909.

Reinhart was a Railroad Agent and worked first for the Frisco Railroad in Strafford, Missouri; then moved to Valley Park, Missouri, being the Station Agent there and in 1896, he was transferred to Steelville, Missouri, taking over the duties of Station Agent there. He was still in Steelville in the 1910 census but was was transfered to Cuba, Missouri in 1916.

I have headstone photos for Sophia Stephan; her husband Carl Stephan; their son Reinhart and his wife Mayme; Isreal and Martha Brickey and Silas Burke Brickey.

I would love to know about the Bass family and the Brickey families as well.


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