"My Armstrong (from Scotland) and Foote (Scots-Irish, I think) families came to the Dumfries area of Nova Scotia. After several generations, they emigrated to the U.S., eventually settling in Minnesota, living in the area of Willmar and Kandiyohi.…"
I have hundreds of Missouri headstone photos, only a few of which I've managed to post on FAG. Unfortunately, your names are unfamiliar to me, and most of my pics are from Bolllinger County, near Missouri's bootheel. Sorry I…"
"Hi Jill, Yes I know Brenda Summers. Just talked to her today. I have never met her, thou. I have met Riche and his family.
Betty Walker Cook and Nancy Walker have organized a Walker Reunion in Wood River, IL for April 17. It sounds like we will…"
"Ida was from Linn Co., Iowa and is thought to be buried in area of Molalla, Oregon. I have no info re Samuel; he married into the line that's not direct to my husband. Sorry to have no other info for you."
"Riche, Yes, Willie is John William, 1854. In addition to the ones you list, there are the following:
Leonard, 1858; Mary Ann, 1861; inf. dau. 1865; Theodashi, abt 1870; and Roselle, 1872. Check with Brenda Walker Summers, too."
"Jill, my name is Riche Walker of Advance Mo., fhr Cloyd Walker, grf was Eugene Walker, grgrf Hardin Walker and grgrm Mariah Bockover. My grandfather Eugene was the youngest by 17years born in 1870. I know of Isom, Imri,and another called Willie and…"
"My Johnstons: John Johnston, abt 1827-1865, born in Ontario, Canada; died in Johnsonville Civil War Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., Georgia.
David Johnston, (1829-1911), born Knoxville, Knox Co., Illinois. Married Ellen Mourning Fuqua,…"
Jill, my name is Riche Walker of Advance Mo., fhr Cloyd Walker, grf was Eugene Walker, grgrf Hardin Walker and grgrm Mariah Bockover. My grandfather Eugene was the youngest by 17years born in 1870. I know of Isom, Imri,and another called Willie and a girl, Ida. These are the Children of Hardin and Mariah. Do you believe that the one called Willie could be the eldest and actually name John William? I know alot of your Stepps from the Greenbriar area and have visited the grave of George in Sturdivant.