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St. Maurus Roman Catholic Church (Biehle, Missouri)
St. Maurus Roman Catholic Church (Biehle, Missouri)
Noah and Marry Abernathy were married by a Catholic priest at St. Maurus Church in Biehle, Perry County, Missouri.

Image by Markkaempfer - Self-photographed, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=30694456 
 
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Stella and Georgie
Stella and Georgie
 
 
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T. J. Jones
T. J. Jones
 
 
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Teacher, 20, Found Slain
Teacher, 20, Found Slain
"Detroit Times" (Michigan) - 6 July 1954 
 
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The 4 Brothers & Sisters
The 4 Brothers & Sisters
Albert, Mary, Charley, & Bertha 
 
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The Hector Bible
The Hector Bible
The Self-Interpreting Bible, possibly published around 1905. 
 
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Tia Juana Limited
Tia Juana Limited
L to R: Doris Roberts, Gertrude Baker, [Dorothy Baker?], Linus Roberts, Dorothy Roberts, and Octa Hector Roberts

Catoctin Clarion (Mechanicstown, Maryland)
6 July 1905 [via Newspapers.com]
"From San Diego to Tia Juana

Every tourist that comes to San Diego devotes one day of his sojourn in this sunny clime to a trip tp Tia Juana which in spanish signifies 'Aunt Jane.'

[A 2 hour train ride took them to the Mexican border, as the company didn't have permission to lay tracks across.]

...After leaving the cars all the passengers got into two stages each drawn by four horses and rode across the valley to Tia Juana..." 
 
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Total Mystery I
Total Mystery I
Likely taken around the Cape Girardeau County, Missouri area. Received in a box of family artifacts relating to the Hector and Lincecum families of the area.  
 
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Total Mystery II
Total Mystery II
Likely taken around the Cape Girardeau County, Missouri area. Received in a box of family artifacts relating to the Hector and Lincecum families of the area.  
 
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Total Mystery III
Total Mystery III
Likely taken around the Cape Girardeau County, Missouri area. Received in a box of family artifacts relating to the Hector and Lincecum families of the area.  
 
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Total Mystery IV
Total Mystery IV
Likely taken around the Cape Girardeau County, Missouri area. Received in a box of family artifacts relating to the Hector and Lincecum families of the area.  
 
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Total Mystery V
Total Mystery V
Possibly taken around the Cape Girardeau County, Missouri area. Received in a box of family artifacts relating to the Hector and Lincecum families of the area. 
 
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Travis Audley Crosby, Sr. (1901-1965)
Travis Audley Crosby, Sr. (1901-1965)
Status: Located;  
 
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Trig & Charley 1980
Trig & Charley 1980
57th Wedding Anniversary 
 
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Trig & Charley, Albert & Jettie Lincecum
Trig & Charley, Albert & Jettie Lincecum
 
 
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Trig and Charley
Trig and Charley
"The early years." 
 
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Trig, B.J. (holding Mike), and Sue
Trig, B.J. (holding Mike), and Sue
Taken about 1954 at St. John's, Newfoundland. 
 
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Trig, Elizabeth, & Jack
Trig, Elizabeth, & Jack
Trig Hector, Elizabeth Jones, & Jack Jones 
 
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Trigg & Charley
Trigg & Charley
 
 
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Trigg & Charley
Trigg & Charley
 
 
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Uncle Tom Summerlin
Uncle Tom Summerlin
 
 
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W. A. Cardwell Letter
W. A. Cardwell Letter
Notarized letter from confirming son Percy's paternal parentage, birth date and place. 
 
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Walter Earl Lincecum World War II Draft Registration Card
Walter Earl Lincecum World War II Draft Registration Card
 
 
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Young Christian Book Cover
Young Christian Book Cover
Presented to Mrs. Mary Lucinda Meese in 1873. (Received from Bonnie in January 2021. Image taken by S. Lincecum at that time.) 
 
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Young Christian Book Data
Young Christian Book Data
Young Christian Book data by B. J. Lincecum (Received from Bonnie January 2021. Image taken by S. Lincecum at that time.) 
 
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Young Missouri Teacher Found Beaten to Death
Young Missouri Teacher Found Beaten to Death
"Evening Star" (Washington, DC) - 7 July 1954 
 

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