About MeI'm Suzanne Hopper Gray, formerly of Kansas City, Missouri and now living in North Carolina. I'm married to Todd and we have two sons. I'm pretty new to genealogy and want to share the info I have with any relatives who are interested. I'll also be sharing what I learn along the way about conducting and documenting genealogy research. Thanks for stopping by! Click "like" below to follow the blog on Facebook.
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Tag Archives: Ellen Cecelia Barber Cowan
Wallace Paul Cowan & Ellen Cecelia Barber Cowan are my grandparents, the parents of my mother Carol Ann Cowan Hopper. Wallace Paul Cowan was born on January 25, 1903 in Arkansas. He is the son of Albert Gibson Cowan and … Continue reading
My great grandfather James William Barber was born in Kansas City, Missouri on September 6, 1884 to Joseph Barboro and Sarah Ann Clovis. (You can read all about them here.) His last name went through many changes over the years. … Continue reading
(Scrapbook pages created in Close To My Heart’s Studio J.) This is the final installment of my series on the children of my great great grandparents Isaac Newton Hinson (1849-1925) and Louisa Cumi Harp Hinson (1852-1918). You can read … Continue reading
My grandfather Wallace Paul Cowan (1903-1988) loved cars. He had a long career as a salesperson and manager of Marshall Auto Store in Kansas City, Missouri. I remember riding with Grandma to pick up Grandpa from work at Marshall Auto Store … Continue reading