|Paul Gilbert||Sarah Tilford|
Jean, I am working on the Sarah Tilford who was the first wife of John Conover. I have a "gut feeling" that she might have been the daughter of William Tilford and Lucinda Gilham who were also in Morgan County, Illinois at the same time Sarah was there.
Paul Gilbert on Camano Island, WA
Added by Paul Gilbert on Nov 16, 2013 12:36 AM
|kpet||RE: Kathryn Lucile Bowman|
Just erasing messages and thought I would let you know the bushes are still there. Kay
Added by kpet on Sep 06, 2013 10:00 PM
Found your note on Sarah, wife of George Boord, and am having no luck on finding her maiden name. Would it be possible that you might have more information on her? She is my 3x great-grandmother, and I would so much like to know more about her. Please contact me at email@example.com. Thanks for any help you might be able to give me and also for all you have contributed in the field of genealogy.
Added by Kate on Jul 10, 2013 10:56 AM
|kpet||RE: Bowman in Graceland|
Glad to hear they contacted the cemetery. I keep checking to see if they are gone. I am taking pictures of the whole cemetery and so many stones under big bushes. I can crawl in under and get a picture of part of the stone sometimes but other times I can see it thru the bush but no way can get a picture. They should all be removed but one of the workmen told me as long as they are green, they won't let them remove them unless the family complains. Kay
Added by kpet on Jun 01, 2013 2:42 PM
|kpet||RE: Kathryn Lucile Bowman|
I was spelling Kathryn's name wrong so will check again with the correct spelling. But the cemetery is insisting that I.Irene Aitken is not buried there. Since there is a death date on her stone I am sure she is, do you know for sure?? Kay
Added by kpet on Apr 11, 2013 5:03 PM
|kpet||Kathryn Lucile Bowman|
I have been photographing Graceland cemetery and I am now in section O. I came to the Aitken stone and in front to the left is I. Irene Aitken and a large bush (ugly and big) To the right is a another large and ugly bush and as I have found numerous stones under these bushes, I decided to get on the ground and see if there was one. Kathryn's stone is completely covered with this ugly bush. I went to the office and they told me Irene was not buried there but I am certain she is. I will look for an obit in a day or two. Liston John Aiken is buried in that section and I feel certain he is under one of the bushes. I had Kathryn's name wrong so they could not find her but she is there. I told them they needed to cut those bushes out and they agreed it was disrepectful but cannot do anything without the family requesting it. I am out there so much I feel like family to all of them but not. So thought you might like to contact them since you are family and they will remove the bushes. Kay
Added by kpet on Apr 09, 2013 12:49 PM
|Judie Custer||RE: Nutgrass unmarked crypt|
You are so welcome. The cemetery staff have been very helpful in assisting me to fill requests and I'm sure they'll be happy to help you.
Added by Judie Custer on Mar 06, 2013 12:05 PM
|kzauke||RE: Havens stone|
You are very welcome for the photos...it was our pleasure!
Added by kzauke on Mar 04, 2013 6:06 AM
|janet donner||RE: Tony Bowman thank you|
there is a block 14 and not too long ago on a nice day with decent temp I decided to take random pictures and it was a steep hill. not too bad going down but I just worked my way up slowly taking pictures thinking someone probably had already done it but to my surprise almost all of the pictures I took none had been posted
love find a grave
Added by janet donner on Feb 20, 2013 9:48 AM
|Jane Knowles-Hall||RE: Donald Henry tombstone|
you are very welcome. The Knowles line, who would be that? I know Eber had family in the Macon area. Eber is my greatgrandfather's brother.Yes I would be interested in Knowles research.
Added by Jane Knowles-Hall on Oct 25, 2012 7:05 PM
|Jane Knowles-Hall||Donald Henry|
Hi I have Donald's wife, Emma marker also. There was a John Henry there also. Please request them and I will add.
Added by Jane Knowles-Hall on Oct 25, 2012 10:35 AM
|Paula Moxley||RE: Frank Garwood tombstone|
You're very welcome - glad I could take the photo!
Added by Paula Moxley on Oct 22, 2012 5:11 PM
|LKat||Col William G McKay|
You are welcome for the photo, glad I could help.
Added by LKat on Sep 27, 2012 6:07 PM
|Karen Lister||RE: Peter Stewart unmarked grave|
Sorry for the delay in responding. I contacted Mrs James Akin as to the location of the Peter's unmarked grave.
As for ordering a marker, the below is closest to the Brick Chapel Cemetery:
Century Concrete Inc
3725 W US Hwy 36
Bainbridge, IN 46105
I don't know anything of their prices but do see they have gravestone markers out front of their business. Good luck.
Added by Karen Lister on Apr 21, 2012 3:00 PM
I'm sure she is the one.
Added by Cate on Dec 14, 2011 11:45 AM
You were busy!! Thank you so much for taking and posting all the photos for the Alexander's memorial pages. I really appreciate it!!
May I use them in my family tree?
Added by Cate on Dec 13, 2011 7:00 PM
|Cate||RE: Miles Alexander|
Thank you so much Jean. I appreciate it.
Added by Cate on Dec 12, 2011 7:59 PM
Thank you so much for taking and posting the photo to his memorial. I really appreciate it.
May I use the photo in my family tree?
Added by Cate on Dec 10, 2011 2:48 PM
Just wanted to say thank you so much for adding the photos to my moms memorial.
Added by Janet Swetmon on Sep 05, 2011 12:12 PM
|J.S. Bush||RE: David Stewart tombstone|
Glad I could help. The name stuck out of the request list because my g g grandfather was Charles Stewart from either Ohio or Penn. He just showed up in Vermillion County Indiana 1860 Census. Death cert has father as James and mother as Elizabeth Moffet. All I know about my Stewart side.
I also transferred his infant daughter to you.
Added by J.S. Bush on Mar 25, 2011 3:39 AM
The marker is poured cement, w/the letters indented (not actually "carved"). I think it is the "standard" Moosehaven monument from that time period (newer ones have a higher profile, with "outie" letters; and there are even some carved granite ones in the newest section).
I found Elizabeth Bowmans grave in the far back corner, one of the oldest in the Mooosehaven Cemetery.
The whole cemetery is actually getting a face-lift. There is a new, gothic iron fence surrounding the Moosehaven section (it is actually part of Magnolia Cemetery) and also has a new brick entrance with very nice lettering...the gates and landscaping are due in w/in the next 6 months to a year (?) When it is all spruced up, I'll go back & get a good photo for the main listing for Moosehaven Cemetery.
Added by Acog on Oct 19, 2010 6:09 PM
|Tim Fish||RE: Marjorie McKay|
I received a reply from the cemetery secretary this morning. She is looking for the grave placements for me so that I can find them easily. Hopefully we'll have pictures of them in the next few days.
I'm so glad to help someone. Find a grave has been a wonderful asset.
Added by Tim Fish on Jul 20, 2010 9:14 AM
|Tim Fish||Marjorie McKay|
I went by to do a quick search. I plan to find Marjorie for you, but ran out of time this evening. I did find out that Shiloh cemetery was the original name of the college station cemetery. They have a historic marker at the front of the cemetery explaining the origin. I took a picture of the marker. It has a lot of interesting facts on it. I will send it to you if you like. I was able to read the information from my picture.
Added by Tim Fish on Jul 19, 2010 9:48 PM
|Pam O'Shields Weyerman||Sandra Frazier|
Thank you so much for the photo on Sandra Frazier. I appreciate your kindness in doing that for me.
Added by Pam O'Shields Weyerman on Jun 13, 2010 5:47 PM
|Sue ||Thank you|
Thank you for your help Jean and the picture was great.
Added by Sue on Jun 11, 2010 7:14 PM