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Re: Bigelow, Timmons, Daugherty(Darety)
Posted by: Marguerite Atteberry Emmons Date: August 09, 2001 at 16:28:53
In Reply to: Re: Bigelow, Timmons, Daugherty(Darety) by Thelma Conrad of 568

Yes, thank you, this is my family. Dimp Moss was my maternal great grandmother. She died in St. Louis and her body was transported to Butler for burial. The others are members of her family.

Thomas J. and Ella L. were her siblings. Thomas F. and Mary D. were her parents. The Daretys (aka Daugherty) were Mary D. Timmons parents. Is there a Foster Bigelow Timmons or one or two Ann or Annie Timmons buried there? Both Foster and Thomas married women named Ann/Annie. One was Ann Theresa Brennan, the other was Annie Weaver.

Are you located where you could make photos for me of the stones? I would be happy to pay you for the trouble.

The McFarlands were Clinton B. and wife Mary Amanda (Norton); their sons Clyde Norton, Clinton Thomas, and Charles Wilburn McFarland. They ran a livery. The Nortons were Daniel and wife Sarah Elizabeth (Daugherty). They also had a daughter named Lilla Edith Norton. I don't know if she married.

Any help appreciated, my family chart (drawn by Dimp Moss in 1906) does not have all their death dates, especially those which occured after her death. Dimp tended to write years only.

If you wish, contact me privately.


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