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Louise Childers for compiling and preparing the feature story in this issue. Childers expresses her thanks to the local “archeologists” and artifact collectors for furnishing interviews and allowing photography of the artifact collections.
So reads a marker near the famous Rock Eagle Indian Mound in Putman County not far from Eatonton, Georgia.
Caleb died in the gold mines, but I have been told his death is recorded in the 1850 death records for Andrew Co. However, in 1857-8, they all moved with their families to CA except for Caleb's widow and children. Jane is on the 1880 census in Nodaway Co, but no death records exist there for her. BAYNE was the maternal g-g-g-grandfather of John Griffin, who will share family information. Joyce Rhodes (Oct 26 1997) BEZONA - BERTRAM, BERTREM - TERRY. Married George A BERTRAM/BERTREM 12/5/1909 but I'm not sure if wed in Mo. May have had sisters named Rose, Nancy, Georgia, Alice, and Elsie and brothers named Henry B:abt 1902, William B: abt 1907, and Steve. She appears on the 1850, Andrew County, Missouri, census. The other BOLING children were: Margaret, Robert D, and Martin N. The last three children were born in the state of Missouri. Mc Connell, Indiana University Bloomington “Learning About the Lived Experiences of Women with Autism from an Online Community,” Jolynn L. Cullen, Widener University “Community Conflict within the Disability Community Creating Social Change: Possibilities within Moments of Access Intimacy,” Ashley Volion, University of Illinois at Chicago “Community Engagement: Problems of Agency vs Systemic Inequality,” Beth Frankel Merenstein, Central Connecticut State University “Estimating Homelessness through Point-in-Time Studies: Opportunities and Challenges for Public Sociologists,” Arturo Baiocchi and Matthew Foy, California State University, Sacramento “Participant Reflexivity in Community-Academic Partnerships: Findings from Two Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Projects in Central California,” Ethel Nicdao, University of the Pacific “Reflecting on the Challenges of Rural Community-Based Participatory Research on Poverty,” Cynthia Needles Fletcher, Iowa State University “Seeking Justice: How Community-Based Participatory Research May Empower Women and Promote Shared Governance in Rural Northwestern China,” Yiliang Zhu, University of New Mexico and Kuo Ray Mao, Colorado State University This session addresses the review and publishing process from the eyes of student participants and the editor.We will discuss the various aspects of the process from submission through decision, along with features of the journal like social media, translation, and promotion. OK - Fairlawn Cemetery, Surnames M-Q Contributed for use in USGen Web Archives by Stacy Akins ************************************************************************ USGENWEB ARCHIVES NOTICE: These electronic pages may NOT be reproduced in any format for profit or presentation by any other organization or persons.Persons or organizations desiring to use this material, must obtain the written consent of the contributor, or the legal representative of the submitter, and contact the listed USGen Web archivist with proof of this consent.