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Re: Ava Missouri Cemeteries
Posted by: R Mad (ID *****8591) Date: January 21, 2008 at 09:02:27
In Reply to: Re: Ava Missouri Cemeteries by Linda Vander Linden of 932

No, I do not have any marriages with a Daisy Wagoner to a Burks. BUT, I do not have a lot of names…

One interesting note: Information I received several years ago on my ggg-grandfather, James Willis Burks, (b. June 19, 1819 d. April 23, 1896 Fordland, Webster Co., MO) m.1 to Susan J. Wall (b. June 8, 1820 d. Oct. 2, 1886 Fordland, Webster Co., MO). James Willis Burks m.2 Dagareen "Dazzy" Fleetwood (possible surname of Degase?). Your Jasper Degase is only the second time I have ever seen the surname DEGASE. Nevertheless, I am not the full on researcher we associate with ‘serious’ researchers, so do not be discouraged in your research – there is a ton of material out there that I have yet seen!!

Please let me know if you come across the surname DEGASE. I would be thrilled to find the second wife of James Willis Burks. Dazzy may have possibly been married to a Mr. Fleetwood and I am aware of no children born with James Burks or anyone else.

Rick Burks Maddy

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