Monday, June 3, 2013

Rush Reunion 2013

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 A Music Jam-o
By Mrs. Dolores J. (O'Neal) Rush, 2013.

In the little Ozark Mountains
Once upon a time-o
A fellow named William Jasper Sullens
Could play the fiddle just fine-o.

It is said he could fiddle the night away
And never repeat a song-o
His son Loyd Carl would accompany him
On his little banjo. 

Hymn-sings and bluegrass music parties
Were all the rage then-oh
And after a busy day of chores
Would make one's face grin-so.

How many songs do you know?
Let's stir up music jam-o?
Come to the Rush reunion; after noon
And doh-ray-me with gram-o!
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Rev. Alexander Sullens (1830-1905) +
Martha Ritter (1831-1914) =
William Jasper Sullens (1850-1929) +
Nannie Cyntithia Scrivner (1857-1901) =
Cora Lee Sullens (1875-1955) +
William Thornton RUSH (1874-1954) =
Nannie Marie RUSH (1909-1996) +
Ishmael Lawrence RUSH (1906-1990) = 4 children
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Spring Garden Cemetery, AA Hwy & Binkley (north of 54 Hwy), Spring Garden, MO.
Rush Chapel Cemetery, on Rush Road (south of 54 Hwy and southeast off 17 Hwy), between Tuscumbia and Mary’s Home, MO.
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