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Re: Wallace & McDonald 1910 to 1930
Posted by: mechelle wallace (ID *****9895) Date: April 27, 2009 at 15:46:25
In Reply to: Re: Wallace & McDonald 1910 to 1930 by LouAnn Kepner of 932

That sounds like fun, I WISH I lived in Missouri...
maybe someday.
Well, I have a 3/4 inch thich file of Wallace family and their relations. It goes back to the Civil War to present.
I have a photo of my G-Grandfather Sebastian "Streeter" Wallace in his Civil War Uniform. They had a family farm in Douglas Co., near the Mansfield border. After Streeter died, my G-Grandmother Martha Buchanan Wallace moved over to Mt.Zion (turn off before you get to Ava). There is a Wallace Cem. and I have the names and plot numbers. There were many Wallace family members. Several of them moved to CA. during the Depression. Grandma Wallace d. in 1934.
My Grandfather was Nathan Earl Wallace, he had several brothers and sisters, Cora and Charlotte to name a few.
His brother's names were Winchester, Orland,Thomas Avery, to name a few.
My Grandmother was Velma Cunningham (from Christian Co.) Wallace, and she had three children at Mt. Zion; Juanita, Harold, and Naida.
I'm in touch with Wallace family, and if I can't find the connection, they can.

You can write to my email

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