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Lost Eveland's
Posted by: karen (ID *****5741) Date: September 07, 2002 at 08:08:16
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I have posted here before, with no luck.
but will try one more time. Im completely lost with my evelands as i am trying to research my biological family and unfortunately there are very few if any remaining living family to pass on any information.

Im searching for my Great grandfather James Lewis Eveland who was married to Dora Mccoy. They had 2 children by the names of Mary Electa and William Robert.

Little info i have. James was born in Illinois, Dora passed away in 1893. They were living in howell co Mo i believe, and she is buried out in west plains.

James remarried to Viola Brinegar ( not sure of spelling), other children were Jenny Lee, James Nelson, and Howard chelsey.

James passed away and was buried in the Sitton, Silex Cemetary there in Lincoln co, MO

Its a wide request, but im soon to give up. Will all you various Eveland Clans from the Illinois and Missouri areas look deep within your notes and see if any of these Eveland names connect anywhere?

any info would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,

ps. either reply here or write me personally at fobwsunshine@aol.com


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