Hi, Walter Appleberry is my grandfather. My dad, Lloyd, is one of his 13 children. I have not talked to him in many years as after my mom and he divorced he sort of disappeared. He still lives in Lebanon Mo and runs an auto parts business there. He had 12 brothers and sisters, of which I can remember a few. They are: Clay; Lee; Betty, Larry; Donnie; Herbert; Lloyd; Lonnie; Shirley; and the rest I can not remember. My Mom tells me there were 9 boys and 4 girls. I have done a fair amount of research, and believe my line is as follows: Walter and Lillie(Flannigan) to Henry Clay and Nora C. Hunter(Nelson) to William Henry and Mary Elizabeth Hunter to John Pickney and Elizabeth Ann Stevens. This is about the best I have been able to do at this point and is based on records obtained from the LDS database.Several of the brothers have died, and I know one of the sisters died in a house fire. Grandpa died when he was hit by a car and Grandma died of cancer some years back, early 80's I believe. The last time I saw her was in 1974 when I visited her. At that time she told me there was an Aunt who lived in Kansas City who had the Appleberry family Bible and that she would try and get it. But the Aunt would not let anyone touch it or see it. I do no know who the Aunt was or where it is now. If anyone out there knows anything about where it is, let someone know. As I have been able to find Appleberry's as far back as 1673 in Abermarle VA it would be very helpful if we could find the Bible and establish our roots. Also, for those who do not know, there is an Appleberry cemetary in Fluvanna VA and St. Francois MO. There is also an Appleberry Mountain in Greenmont VA, part of the Smokeys I believe. If anone wants to compare notes or information let me know.