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Everett and Josie Toon
Everett and Josie Toon
Status: Located;  
 
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Everett P. and Gertrude H. Atkison
Everett P. and Gertrude H. Atkison
Status: Located; Jr. Atkison's Parents 
 
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Ezra Wade
Ezra Wade
Status: Located;  
 
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Fae Kerns
Fae Kerns
 
 
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Faith Dustin
Faith Dustin
Status: Located;  
 
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Fannie, wife of Gus Barr
Fannie, wife of Gus Barr
Status: Located; Choctaw Native American 
 
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Finley S. Myers
Finley S. Myers
Status: Located; Married a Tredway in Kansas 
 
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Fire and Sword, A Story of a Missouri County in the Civil War
Fire and Sword, A Story of a Missouri County in the Civil War
We also have a new book that was just released this month, “Fire and Sword, A Story of a Missouri County in the Civil War”, for $19.95. This book is not fiction but is a compellation of articles about events in Vernon County during the War. The Gabberts and Mayfields are in several of the articles. This book would give you a pretty clear picture of what life was like for them during those very tumultuous years.

Terry Ramsey
Bushwhacker Museum Coordinator
 
 
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First Cemetery Walk scheduled in Deepwood Cemetery
First Cemetery Walk scheduled in Deepwood Cemetery
Students have researched notable persons selected from a list provided by curator of the Bushwhacker Museum in Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri. Rebecca Wade Gabbert was one of the people who's life was portrayed.

Click here to read an article about their school project. The actual text about Rebecca Wade is also available in the next media listing. Rebecca was the daughter of Merida and Ferrabee Wade and the sister of my great great grandfather, John William Wade. Her husband, William Gabbert, is also related as John William Wade's first wife, Mary Polly Gabbert, was a sister to William. Their descendants would be double cousins.
 
 
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First Cemetery Walk: Rebecca Wade Gabbert story by Veronica Fairchild of Nevada County High School in Missouri, USA
First Cemetery Walk: Rebecca Wade Gabbert story by Veronica Fairchild of Nevada County High School in Missouri, USA
The high school students wrote it: a “cemetery walk,” last year where the public met a few people who were buried in Deepwood Cemetery in Nevada. I will attach a copy of what the student who portrayed Rebecca wrote for her performance. And yes, this Rebecca Gabbert is your Rebecca Wade. Rebecca and William had two sons who were Bushwhackers as was William. Their daughter as well as the Mayfield sisters was considered to be “Lady Bushwhackers” as they served as scouts and couriers, etc. for the men. The 1887 History of Vernon County relates several of the escapades involving the Gabberts and Mayfields. We could copy the pages for you at a cost of .25 a side plus postage. There is also a book (fiction based on fact), “Ella Mayfield’s Pawpaw Militia, a Civil War Saga in Vernon Co., Mo.” For $14.95. It is not a great novel by any means but if you are related to the people in the book, and you are, you would find it entertaining. We also have a new book that was just released this month, “Fire and Sword, A Story of a Missouri County in the Civil War”, for $19.95. This book is not fiction but is a compellation of articles about events in Vernon County during the War. The Gabberts and Mayfields are in several of the articles. This book would give you a pretty clear picture of what life was like for them during those very tumultuous years. Just let me know if you would be interested in any of these items.

Regards,

Terry Ramsey
Bushwhacker Museum Coordinator

 
 
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Five Grandparents
Five Grandparents
 
 
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Five Headstones In A Row
Five Headstones In A Row
Status: Located;  
 
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Five Sherficks In a Row
Five Sherficks In a Row
Status: Located;  
 
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Flora Wade Elliot
Flora Wade Elliot
Status: Located; Sister of George W. Wade, Jr. 
 
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Florence Kinder Sherfick
Florence Kinder Sherfick
Status: Located;  
 
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Flower Garden Quilt
Flower Garden Quilt
This quilt was made by my Maternal Grandmother, Maggie Wade, at the Sr. Center. It was raffled and won by my Paternal Grandmother, Bettie Chestnut. The Senior Citizen Center is just up the block from both grandmothers' homes, and now their granddaughter, Sylvia Albaugh, is the Martin County Sr. Center Director. 
 
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Flower Shop: Bettie's Flower advertisement
Flower Shop: Bettie's Flower advertisement
 
 
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Flower Shop: Jessie's Crafts and Flowers letterhead
Flower Shop: Jessie's Crafts and Flowers letterhead
 
 
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Flower Shop: Jug Rock Ashtray
Flower Shop: Jug Rock Ashtray
Sold at Jessie's Flowers
From the Collection of Sylvia Albaugh 
 
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Flower Shop: Plaster Jug Rock
Flower Shop: Plaster Jug Rock
Sold At Jessie's Flowers
From the Collection of Sylvia Albaugh 
 
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Footprints, Vol. III Issue 2 (Martin Co., Indiana), article by Virgil Davisson
Footprints, Vol. III Issue 2 (Martin Co., Indiana), article by Virgil Davisson
Waggoner's Chapel began through the help of George Waggoner, local millwright. Daniel Sherfick's family also attended this church. 
 
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Fort Orange
Fort Orange
Becky Tredway had ancestors who lived at Fort Orange. Fort Orange is the name given to the fur trading post erected in 1624 on the west bank of the Hudson just south of the future site of Albany.  
 
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Frances Marion and Tabitha Freeman
Frances Marion and Tabitha Freeman
Status: Located;  
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Francis and Martha Wade
Francis and Martha Wade
Francis Wade, son of George and Maggie Wade, born 1921 in Martin County, Indiana and Martha Bradley, born 1925 in Daviess County, Indiana. 
 
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Francis and Martha Wade
Francis and Martha Wade
Status: Located;  
 
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Francis and Tabitha Freeman
Francis and Tabitha Freeman
 
 
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Francis and Virgil Wade, 1926
Francis and Virgil Wade, 1926
 
 
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Francis M. Freeman and George A. Wade
Francis M. Freeman and George A. Wade
 
 
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Francis M. Freeman with Grandsons, Francis and Virgil
Francis M. Freeman with Grandsons, Francis and Virgil
The date on a second picture said on the back, Pump Boys 1926, and the boys were wearing the same clothes as in this photo. Wayne was not born until Sept. 1926. 
 
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Francis M. Freeman, Church of Christ Preacher
Francis M. Freeman, Church of Christ Preacher
Baptism in the branch at Willow Valley, Shoals, Indiana. 
 
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Francis M. Freeman, Maggie Wade, Delorma Atkison with Greg
Francis M. Freeman, Maggie Wade, Delorma Atkison with Greg
 
 
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Francis Marion Freeman
Francis Marion Freeman
Son of Joshua and Elizabeth Freeman, born 1861 in Martin County, Indiana 
 
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Francis Marion Freeman
Francis Marion Freeman
 
 
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Francis Marion Freeman as a young man
Francis Marion Freeman as a young man
Francis was born in 1861. He doesn't look more than 25 in this tin-type photo so that makes it taken approximately around 1884-86. The photo is owned by his granddaughter, Joan Hyslop. It was very damaged, and I tried to clean it up as best as I could. 
 
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Francis Wade's Millitary Headstone
Francis Wade's Millitary Headstone
Status: Located;  
 
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Francis Wade, Virgil Wade, Wayne Wade
Francis Wade, Virgil Wade, Wayne Wade
World War II 
 
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Frank and Kate Sherfick
Frank and Kate Sherfick
Status: Located;  
 
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Frank B. Sherfick and Susan Baker Sherfick
Frank B. Sherfick and Susan Baker Sherfick
Status: Located;  
 
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Frank Clifford Sherfick
Frank Clifford Sherfick
Status: Located;  
 
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Frank Clifford Sherfick's stone is hard to find. It is under a bush. I had to move the branches and clear off grass to find it.
Frank Clifford Sherfick's stone is hard to find. It is under a bush. I had to move the branches and clear off grass to find it.
Status: Located;  
 
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Frank Hutton
Frank Hutton
 
 
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Frank Hutton Family
Frank Hutton Family
 
 
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Frank James and Marie Freeman
Frank James and Marie Freeman
Status: Located; Harvey Freeman's son (Francis Marion Freeman's nephew) 
 
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Frank Zollars
Frank Zollars
Status: Located;  
 
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Frank, Eva, and Bettie Hutton
Frank, Eva, and Bettie Hutton
See other picture for more info. The baby is Bettie Hutton, so I believe the picture was taken around 1905, more than likely in Loogootee, Indiana. 
 
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Fred and Mary Belle Lobbey
Fred and Mary Belle Lobbey
 
 
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Fred and Mary Belle Lobbey
Fred and Mary Belle Lobbey
This was Mary Freeman's second husband with his first wife. 
 
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Fred and Mary Freeman Lobbey
Fred and Mary Freeman Lobbey
 
 
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Fred and Mary Lobbey, 1932
Fred and Mary Lobbey, 1932
 
 

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