"Seeking parents of Daniel T Cole born 1830 in Missouri, married Delphinia Smith in Bollinger County. They are the parents of Naomi (Neoma) Jane Cole Looney, married to Benjamin Franklin Looney. Her name is listed on one census as Leona. Daniel is…"
"I don't know when Ruthy died, from the info on family trees on ancestry, date of death is unknown. But I do know she lived for many years after the Anderson son was born. Sorry , I don't have my tree pulled up and don't recall the…"
"The informant on his death certificate was his widow, my grandmother Zella May Stapleton Fuller. I am sure she didn't know anything for certain, and having just lost her husband she probably was not in the best frame of mind anyway.
"My husband if from the Benjamin Franklin (3) 1823-1895 line of the Looneys. There are a lot of Benjamin Franklins. The parents of Benjamin (3) were Benjamin (2) and Catherine Clingingsmith Looney. The paretns of Benjamin (2) were Arthur Galbraith…"
"MOre info on Edward Monroe Fuller.
I have a lead into who his parents may have been. In the 1910 census for Perry County Indiana there is a Ruthy J Fuller living in the home of George Wyman as a servant, In the same household is a Eddy M Fuller age…"
This is a big brick wall that I have been banging up against.My grandfather, Edward Monroe Fuller died at the age of 32. He left a widow and three children. The ages of the children were 2, 4 and 6. They could not remember their father. The 4 year old was my mother Dorothy Fuller Dunn.What is ironic is that my grandfather could not remember his parents. He did not know who his parents were.My research findings show that he was born May 3, between 1897 and 1898. He was born somewhere in Indiana.…See More
"I am new here. I am researching the ancestors of Naomi Jane Cole Looney. She was married to Benjamin Franklin Looney in Bollinger County Missouri. Her parents were Daniel T Cole and Delphenia Smith Cole. She had at least one brother by the name of…"