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Roe Families
Posted by: Sharon Garrison (ID *****7568) Date: June 25, 2009 at 17:15:33
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I was wondering if anyone would have information on
the following people?

Family:

Harlan S. Roe 1878 - 4948 and his wife Shellyanna 1884 - 1957. I found that they are buried at Grandview East Cemetery and their son William 1904-1948.

Would like to know Harlan's wife's maiden name; and
information for thier daughter Eva Benita born about
1907. Eva was a school teacher according to the 1930
census. Did she ever get married and have children?

Also, would like to know if Harlan and Shellyann's son
married and her name with dates and if he had any children.

Second:

William 1876 - 1936 and his wife Mabel 1883 - 1918
are buried at Rouse Cemetery, Darlington, Gentry County,
Missouri.

Would like more information about William's wife Mabel.
I know that they had a daughter, Blyw? Laurine Roe born
1901 and died 1909. Did they have any other children?

William and Harlan are brothers and their parents were
Simon P. and Laurana Roe.
They had a half sister, Eva, from their
mother's first marriage to a Gustin.

Thank you for your time and help.
Sharon


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