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Creasey family of Audrain Co.
Posted by: P Milligan (ID *****5493) Date: February 24, 2006 at 15:06:29
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I am looking for information on the John and Martha Edwards Creasy/Creasey family. I am continuing the search on this family from information left to me by my late Uncle James. He visited with some Creasey family members in Mexico MO prior to his death in 1999 in OK. I have photos of his visits to the homestead and graves of John and Martha, but I do not have the name of the lady that he was talking with about this family. I know that John and Martha were both born and married in Virginia. Their first three children were born in Virginia. The family moved to Mo around 1836 and settled in Audrain County a few miles west of Mexico, MO. The two of them are buried on a hill side. The burial plot is known as the Jesse Cemetary. It is located on Route FF about 3 miles west of Mexico just east of the Jesse schoolhouse. Any help on this family would be greatly appreciated. I am willing to share any information that I have. I am hoping to find the Creasey family that talked with my Uncle James. It is really important to me that I carry on the research that my Uncle James started. It was very important to him. Thank you!

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