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Joan since he died
Here is some additional information below Here is where he is buried.https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/93313465/a-c-emmons
Asa Father was also named Asa here is where is father is buried.https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/43679732/asa-emmons
Marriage records: Look at the very bottom.
National Home records:
Thank you so much for your research of my issue. I do have most of the information that you sent and appreciate your time. The marriage record is interesting and I will follow up on that information. His wife was Judith who divorced him after he abanded them on a wagon train trip from Kansas to Oklahoma in 1902. He had a cousin that was also named Asa, no middle name, that was born one year earlier than my Asa.
This is certainly a mystery and again I appreciate you time. Thank You
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I found the following pension record on fold3.com. I do not have a subscription to the site.
You can get a free trial if you wish to see more. On this card (at the bottom) it states that Asa Emmons
died in the year 1886. Can not make out what is written to the left of the date of death.
It also has the application number and certificate number. Hope this helps
Also found a family tree on familysearch.org...you need to register an account on familysearch.
Website is free to search.
I wanted to thank you for your time and effort in regard to my search. I did have a copy of the card you forwarded but have questions regarding the date of death as we have him alive and traveling with his family from Kansas to Oklahoma in 1902. This is shown in a diary kept by his sons daughter. He abanded the family during that trip. I also think that the Asa's in his family is confused as he had a cousin of the same name, no middle initial, born only one year apart. It's really confusing and hard to prove.
Thanks again for your time and effort.