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John James Cantrell,born Dec 5, 1827, died Dec 27. 1915--FatherAbraham Cantrell 1795 – 1850--ChildrenWoodson Collins Cantrell 1874 – 1966

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He is actually buried at the other Prospect Cemetery, his second wife, Luanna Linder is buried at the Old 16th cemetery

He is actually buried at the other Prospect Cemetery, his second wife, Luanna Linder is buried at the Old 16th cemetery

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Probably buried in Niangua, Mo.

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30 May 2017 — ann17028
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22 May 2017 — ann17027
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New ESO VLT LEGO® Model
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Major E-ELT Milestone
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15 Jan. 2016 — ann16003
ESOcast 80: Follow a Live Planet Hunt!
15 Jan. 2016 — ann16002
Follow a Live Planet Hunt!
7 Jan. 2016 — ann16001
Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016 Competition Dates
18 Dec. 2015 — ann15098
ESO and CERN Sign Cooperation Agreement
18 Dec. 2015 — ann15097
ALMA Trilateral Agreement Signed
18 Dec. 2015 — ann15096
The Messenger No. 162 Now Available
16 Dec. 2015 — ann15095
New Space Scoop Website Launched
10 Dec. 2015 — ann15094
Ireland to Explore Possibility of Joining ESO
10 Dec. 2015 — ann15093
Agreement Signed for E-ELT MAORY Adaptive Optics System
8 Dec. 2015 — ann15092
ESOcast 79: 20 Years of Exoplanets
1 Dec. 2015 — ann15091
De Zeeuw–Van Dishoeck Graduation Prize Awarded to Sebastiaan Haffert
30 Nov. 2015 — ann15090
Science in School: Issue 34 now available
27 Nov. 2015 — ann15089
Laser Guide Star Units Accepted and Shipped to Chile
25 Nov. 2015 — ann15088
MUSE Observations Enable Prediction of Once-in-a-lifetime Supernova Replay
10 Nov. 2015 — ann15087
ALMA Links with Other Observatories to Create Earth-sized Virtual Telescope
10 Nov. 2015 — ann15086
Winners of Photo Nightscape Award 2015 Announced
6 Nov. 2015 — ann15085
ESO Telescopes Observe Swift Satellite’s 1000th Gamma-ray Burst
4 Nov. 2015 — ann15084
ESOcast 78: Airglow Mystery
29 Oct. 2015 — ann15083
Ceremony Marks Excellent Progress in Constructing ESO Supernova
27 Oct. 2015 — ann15082
Listen to the Music of a Dying Star
21 Oct. 2015 — ann15081
ESO Art Science Residency Applications Open
19 Oct. 2015 — ann15080
Winners of Third ESO Astronomy Camp Bursaries Announced
7 Oct. 2015 — ann15079
ESOcast 77: Mysterious Ripples Found Racing Through Planet-forming Disc
6 Oct. 2015 — ann15078
Astronomy Week at the Chilean ExpoMilan Pavilion
5 Oct. 2015 — ann15077
ALMA Exhibition Opens in Santiago
2 Oct. 2015 — ann15076
10 000th Free Image Published in the ESO Image Archive
30 Sept. 2015 — ann15075
CAPjournal Issue 18 Now Available
30 Sept. 2015 — ann15074
Rock Star and Astrophysicist Brian May Visits Paranal
28 Sept. 2015 — ann15073
Agreement Signed for METIS Instrument for E-ELT
25 Sept. 2015 — ann15072
Winners of the 2015 European Union Contest for Young Scientists Announced
25 Sept. 2015 — ann15071
ESOcast 76: A Polarised View of Stellar Magnetism
23 Sept. 2015 — ann15070
Agreement Signed for E-ELT HARMONI Instrument
22 Sept. 2015 — ann15069
The Messenger No. 161 Now Available
18 Sept. 2015 — ann15068
Agreement Signed for MICADO Camera for E-ELT
17 Sept. 2015 — ann15067
Earthquake in Chile: No Casualties or Damage at ESO Sites
17 Sept. 2015 — ann15066
Science in School: Issue 33 now available
11 Sept. 2015 — ann15065
Live Webcams at the ALMA Residencia
24 Aug. 2015 — ann15064
ESO and ESA Directors General Sign Cooperation Agreement
20 Aug. 2015 — ann15063
ESO Calendar 2016 Now Available
20 Aug. 2015 — ann15062
ESOcast 75: ESO’s Top 10 Discoveries
11 Aug. 2015 — ann15061
Powerful New Black Hole Probe Arrives at Paranal
5 Aug. 2015 — ann15060
Poland Ratifies ESO Membership
17 July 2015 — ann15059
ALMA Greatly Improves Capacity to Search for Water in Universe
16 July 2015 — ann15058
Paranal Observatory First Choice to Host World’s Largest Array of Gamma-ray Telescopes
10 July 2015 — ann15057
Science in School: Issue 32 now available
10 July 2015 — ann15056
First Instruments for E-ELT Approved
8 July 2015 — ann15055
ESO Signs Contract for Deformable Shell Mirrors for E-ELT
7 July 2015 — ann15054
Catch a Star 2015 Contest Winners Announced
7 July 2015 — ann15053
The Messenger No. 160 Now Available
6 July 2015 — ann15052
ALMA Material for Teachers
3 July 2015 — ann15051
Chilean Industry Day in Antofagasta
30 June 2015 — ann15050
CAPjournal Issue 17 Now Available
29 June 2015 — ann15049
Invitation to Polish Industry Day in Warsaw
26 June 2015 — ann15048
Artistic Apparition at ALMA
25 June 2015 — ann15047
Astrophysicist Michel Mayor Receives Kyoto Prize
22 June 2015 — ann15046
Programme for The Long Night of Science 2015 Available
19 June 2015 — ann15045
Contract Signed for Final Design and Construction of Largest Adaptive Mirror Unit in the World
16 June 2015 — ann15044
ESO Annual Report 2014 Now Available
15 June 2015 — ann15043
AstroCamera 2015 Winners Announced
15 June 2015 — ann15042
Revolutionary New High-speed Infrared Detector Sees First Light
9 June 2015 — ann15041
ESO Signs Technology Transfer Licence Agreement for Cooling System
9 June 2015 — ann15040
First Free Downloadable Planetarium Show
8 June 2015 — ann15039
ESO at Expo Milano 2015
25 May 2015 — ann15038
Third ESO Astronomy Camp for Secondary School Students
22 May 2015 — ann15037
HARPS Laser Frequency Comb Commissioned
20 May 2015 — ann15036
Open House at ESO for the Long Night of Science
8 May 2015 — ann15035
ALMA Cycle 3 Call for Proposals Attracts Record Number of Proposals
8 May 2015 — ann15034
First Light of New Laser at Paranal
4 May 2015 — ann15033
ESO and East Asian Observatory Meet for First Time
30 April 2015 — ann15032
ESOcast 74: Mapping the Southern Skies
29 April 2015 — ann15031
2015 Olivier Chesneau Prize Awarded to Julien Milli
27 April 2015 — ann15030
Funding Opportunities in Chile (Anuncio de Oportunidades)
7 April 2015 — ann15028
ALMA at Full Stretch Yields Spectacular Images
31 March 2015 — ann15029
Klaus Tschira, 1940–2015
27 March 2015 — ann15027
Spanish Industry Day at ESO
26 March 2015 — ann15026
ESO Now Delivers Videos and Fulldome Material Faster
25 March 2015 — ann15025
Storm Affecting the North-Central Chile
24 March 2015 — ann15024
The Messenger No. 159 Now Available
19 March 2015 — ann15023
Girls’ Day Event at ESO Headquarters in Garching, Germany
19 March 2015 — ann15022
ESOcast 73 — Your ESO Pictures
17 March 2015 — ann15021
Winner of ESO Art Science Residency Announced
17 March 2015 — ann15020
ALMA Opens For Public Visits
13 March 2015 — ann15019
Science in School: Issue 31 now available
11 March 2015 — ann15018
Astrocamera 2015 Competition Open for Entries
6 March 2015 — ann15017
Win a Trip to Paranal with the Photo Nightscape Awards 2015
6 March 2015 — ann15016
Discover the ESO Supernova
5 March 2015 — ann15015
ALMA Performs Its First Very Long Baseline Observations
5 March 2015 — ann15014
ESO Remains World’s Most Productive Ground-based Observatory
4 March 2015 — ann15013
Plaque Commemorating Leiden Statement Unveiled
26 Feb. 2015 — ann15012
ESOcast 72: Looking Deeply into the Universe in 3D
24 Feb. 2015 — ann15011
Groundbreaking Ceremony for ESO Supernova Planetarium Visitor Centre
10 Feb. 2015 — ann15010
First Light for Laser Guide Star Technology Collaboration
10 Feb. 2015 — ann15009
Thank You, 100 000 Facebook Friends!
4 Feb. 2015 — ann15008
Teacher Training on Stellar Evolution
2 Feb. 2015 — ann15007
2014 European Astronomy Journalism Prize Winner Announced
26 Jan. 2015 — ann15006
Media Advisory: Groundbreaking Ceremony for the ESO Supernova
20 Jan. 2015 — ann15005
New High-speed Fibre Optic Data Link to ALMA
16 Jan. 2015 — ann15004
ALMA Residencia Construction to Start
16 Jan. 2015 — ann15003
ESO Awards Contracts for E-ELT Primary Mirror Segment Support System Units
14 Jan. 2015 — ann15002
ESOcast 71: New Exoplanet-hunting Telescopes on Paranal
9 Jan. 2015 — ann15001
ESO Hosts Workshop on Public Awareness of Research Infrastructures
15 Dec. 2014 — ann14093
The Messenger No. 158 Now Available
4 Dec. 2014 — ann14092
CAPjournal Issue 16 Now Available
4 Dec. 2014 — ann14091
ESOcast 70 — Green Light for E-ELT Construction
1 Dec. 2014 — ann14090
Connect with ESO in your Language
28 Nov. 2014 — ann14089
Catch a Star 2015 Contest Now Open
26 Nov. 2014 — ann14088
Journey to the Centre of the Milky Way
25 Nov. 2014 — ann14087
Tim de Zeeuw Receives Honorary Degree
18 Nov. 2014 — ann14086
Astronomical Art in Santiago
14 Nov. 2014 — ann14085
Winners of Second ESO Astronomy Camp Bursaries Announced
11 Nov. 2014 — ann14084
ESO Staff Share 2015 Breakthrough Prize
6 Nov. 2014 — ann14083
ESOcast 69: Revolutionary ALMA Image Reveals Planetary Genesis
24 Oct. 2014 — ann14082
ESOcast 68: ESO Opens its Doors
24 Oct. 2014 — ann14081
ESO Calendar 2015 Now Available
21 Oct. 2014 — ann14080
ESO Web Pages Redesigned
16 Oct. 2014 — ann14079
Winners of Photo Nightscape Award 2014 Announced
16 Oct. 2014 — ann14078
Olivier Chesneau Prize Established
14 Oct. 2014 — ann14077
Science in School: Issue 30 now available
9 Oct. 2014 — ann14076
The Messenger No. 157 Now Available
8 Oct. 2014 — ann14075
Tools, best practices and methodologies for Technology Transfer
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ESO Exhibition A Window to the Universe Reopened in Antofagasta
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ALMA spies a new planetary nursery
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New SPHERE view of Vesta
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A planet hunter and its neighbour
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Gentle giants of Chajnantor
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Inspired by Interstellar
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