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Snider question - Respond to genealogy queries by writing to the...
Respond to genealogy queries by writing to the address listed with each item. Decker-Slack: David C. Dumbeck, Route 2, Box 65, Frazee, Minn. 56544, phone (218) 334-2621. David C. Dumbeck, Edgar Decker, and Lloyd Slack served together in Headquarters Company of the 75th Tank Battalion in the South Pacific during World War II. Headquarters Company records listed Edgar's hometown as Springfield, Mo., and Lloyd's as Long Lane, Mo. Would like to hear from them or their families. Just wondering what ever happened to World War II comrades. Nichols-Savage-Snlder: Sylvia Hath- away, 2015 E. University, No. 25, Tempe, Ariz. 85281. Grif Nichols, born Dec. 6, 1843, in Hickman County, Tenn., was a confederate in 11th Tennessee Infantry, Company H. He married about 1866 in Hickman County, Tenn., to Malinda Alice Savage, born Dec. 24, 1848, in Hickman County. They moved to Shannon County, Mo., about 1869 and are listed on the 1870 Census of Birch Tree township. Why did Grif Nichols settle in Shannon County? Was he related to Henry and Thomas Nichols in Shannon County? Where was Grif Nichols buried? Their oldest daughter, Viola Belle Nichols, born 1869 in Hickman County, married Charles Wesley Snider, born Sept. 8, 1867, a son of James Snider and Terresa Neal of Carter County, Mo. Would like any information.

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  1. The Springfield News-Leader,
  2. 27 Feb 1994, Sun,
  3. Page 67

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