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Charles P. PEERY
Sarah Evalina NEWTON
Husband:  Charles P. PEERY
Birth:  8 Jul 1842
Death:  5 May 1904
Disposition:  buried Newton-McCray Cemetery, Franklin Twp., Grundy Co., MO
Marriage:
Wife:  Sarah Evalina "Eva" NEWTON
Birth:  25 Feb 1843
Death:  19 Sep 1912
Disposition:  buried Newton-McCray Cemetery, Franklin Twp., Grundy Co., MO 
Father:  Harrison NEWTON
Mother:  Manerva McCRAY
Children buried in Newton-McCray Cemetery, Franklin Twp., Grundy Co., MO:
1.  William L. PEERY, b. 13 Oct 1864; d. 22 Jan 1944
2.  Sylvester V. PEERY, b. 1866; d. 1921; m. Ruby MABE
3.  Lucy B. PEERY, b. 7 Mar 1869; d. 8 Aug 1936; m. Mr. MOORE 
4.  Charles Thomas PEERY, b. 31 May 1874 
5.  Frankie PEERY, b. ca. 5 Oct 1878; d.s.p. 9 Aug 1892


Sources:

1.  Livingston, Mrs. O.L. & Mrs. B.F. Hoover.  1964. Newton-McCray (aka Johnson) Cemetery, Franklin Twp., Grundy Co., MO (online at the Grundy Co. MoGenWeb site):
PEERY Charles 08 Jul 1842 05 May 1904 Husband of Sarah
PEERY Sarah E. 25 Feb 1843 19 Sep 1912  

2.  Broderbund.  World Family Trees.

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