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Re: Easterday family in Kirksville
Posted by: Kenneth Easterday (ID *****6589) Date: February 05, 2006 at 10:31:22
In Reply to: Re: Easterday family in Kirksville by Christal Franklin Easterday of 454

My father, Harvey wa born in White County, Indiana in 1902. His father, Henry, moverd the family from White County when Harvey was one or two. Henry purchased the old Walker family home in Kirksville and operated a family-country store and a farm in Kirksville. Henry had to leave White County because of health problems. I am very sure these facts because of birth certificates and property titles in additon to the Bible and and other contacts.

You are correct when your mention a child between Harvey and "Buck" . There was a still born child between the two. The family is buried at the Walker Chapple Cemetery in Kirksville. I am also sure of Henry's children births.
Your information on Henry's children just does not match with the family bible nor with the other information. Also I am sure that Henry was born in White County. I know that there is some information that Henry moved to Iowa for a short time and then returned to Indiana.

To the best of my knowledge, your information on Henry is not accurate and we have several documents which support the information which I given you.

I would like to know more about the family while in White County.

Kenneth Easterday

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