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Re: Gunby Family, Shelby, Mo in 1800"s
Posted by: Barry Zbornik (ID *****9787) Date: May 26, 2005 at 17:45:46
In Reply to: Gunby Family, shelby, Mo in 1800"s by Beverly Gummer of 336

I am working on a photo survey of any markers I can find at Bacon Chapel Cem, T57R11Sec9,SW corner. I am also trying to database the burials in the Bacon neighborhood. If you have a pioneer descendent tree for the Gunby families in this area, I would like it as reference to assist with maiden names and surname relationships in databasing. The Gunby markers at Bacon Chapel are in 'grave' shape. Stephen R. 1817-1900 X Elizabeth 1828-1915, and maybe a first wife Mary A. 1826-1859, are the 'old pioneers.' There appears to be eight Gunby burials at Bacon. Primary email: Secondary email:

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