Would that cousin be Barbara Rogers by any chance? We have worked together for many years now on family history.
I have been to Joseph Rogers old mill site in Madison county, Arkansas on the stream off the Kings River. I suspect that Rachel is buried at the old campground Cemetery there. Lawsons grave is there and there are unmarked graves around him. I would still love to go explore Rogers bluff there if time should permit. My grandmother Luella Rogers married Joseph Ferrell and his father was raised south of White county at Hurricane Creek of the Caneyfork river north of Smithville in Dekalb co. Tenn.
After Joseph Rogers finished his service in the war of 1812, He obtained a bounty land in Madison county Arkansas. I found information that suggested that he first visited the area on a trip around 1839 and then moved to the area around 1841 to 1842. By the time he moved there with at least two of his sons, he was getting up in years and decided to stay with his sons closer to the Kings River rather than settle his bounty land claim and he let it go. His other sons except for Isaac moved to Johnson County Arkansas which is my line. The Rogers boys in Johnson county operated a saw mill probably near Colony Mountain for some years as well as operating their farms close by.
Added by Anonymous on Nov 28, 2013 9:22 AM
Joseph Rogers had another son that lived in White county TN named Hiram and he married a woman named Campbell by her maiden name so this is another reason Isaac Rogers born 1801 might be Joseph Rogers son.
Added by Anonymous on Nov 27, 2013 10:56 PM
One cousin and I are of the belief that Isaac Rogers may be a son of our ancestor Joseph Rogers born 1773 and moved to White co. Tenn from Franklin county, Ga. My g grandfather was Isaac Milton Rogers who was son of William W Rogers born in White county and he was son of John M Rogers of white county and he was son of Joseph Rogers.
Added by Anonymous on Nov 27, 2013 10:54 PM
|Annita||RE: Emma Slaughter in Oak Island Cemetery|
Added by Annita on Nov 26, 2013 2:54 PM
|Owl63||RE: A.L Slaughter Photo request - Mission Burial Park South|
I suggested it be removed. We shall see. I agree they rarely delete memorials even if they go against their own policy.
Added by Owl63 on Nov 19, 2013 11:55 PM
|Donna L. Tolliver||Anna M. Gordon 1835-1907|
Added by Donna L. Tolliver on Nov 12, 2013 9:55 AM
|Betty ||Elward Spiers|
Thank You so much for the correction I never want to link the wrong family members. Betty
Added by Betty on Nov 12, 2013 5:40 AM
|Fonda||RE: William Hiram Rigsby and his wife, Jane|
I understand completely, thank you for responding so quickly.
Added by Fonda on Nov 04, 2013 3:54 PM
|DBrown||RE: McAnear markers|
You are very welcome. It made me sad also that his wife apparently had no marker. I told my wife today that if I had abundant funds I would take on a project of supplying headstones for people who I found were buried without one.
Added by DBrown on Oct 18, 2013 7:14 PM
|Leon Barton||RE: Roy Lewis|
You are welcome. I live about ninty miles from Sharon Springs and don't know how you get a hold of someone that can help you. You could check with the Wallace county courthouse. Good luck.
Added by Leon Barton on Oct 08, 2013 2:41 PM
|Leon Barton||Roy Lewis|
I transferred the memorial for Roy Lewis to you. He is some of your family and you can make the additions when you find them. I took photos of the entire Sharon Springs Cemetery so I doubt one will be found unless I missed it. The info I used to creat the memorial was taken from the cemetery directory at the cemetery. I can make mistakes so the death date might be wrong. Good luck.
Added by Leon Barton on Oct 08, 2013 7:01 AM
|Patricia Staley ||Allan's occupation|
Allan Deaton was my paternal grandfather. He was indeed a blacksmith very early, however, he was best known for his work maintaining the windmills on the Pitchfork Ranch and later he had his own well drilling business.
Added by Patricia Staley on Sep 04, 2013 8:14 AM
|Kay Alpaugh||RE: Greenwood Cemetery New Orleans Orleans Parish Louisiana, USA Plot: 22 Cypress Aloe Orange|
I will go out there today and take photos if the tombstone. You can use them any way you like. I would like you to create the memorials.
Added by Kay Alpaugh on Aug 25, 2013 11:05 AM
|John William Myers||RE: Marker photo for Faye Bynum|
You're very welcome!
Added by John William Myers on Aug 15, 2013 7:15 AM
Thank you so much for the follow-up!
Very interested to learn if her Memory Gardens stone qualifies as a cenotaph!
Added by KindredWhispers on Aug 11, 2013 7:05 AM
Writing back with some thoughts.
Perhaps you'd care to ask staff to merge the two memorials? A merging of the two is what I recommend.
No need for Myrtle to have duplicate memorial pages.
This site being one of grave registration, Myrtle's memorial should have her correct burial location in Spur. My stone pic of Myrtle and her second husband is on her original memorial, while the B Hodges stone pic of her final resting place is on her duplicate memorial.
One memorial with both stone pics should satisfy.
If you don't care for the merge, another option is a transfer.
Before deleting the duplicate memorial, obtain permission from B Hodges to repost the marker pic to the original memorial. If you'll please inform me when those actions are complete, I'll quickly complete a transfer of the original memorial to you.
Thank you so much!
Added by KindredWhispers on Aug 10, 2013 5:30 PM
|Lana Runnels Knor||Nightingale|
I took pictures for you in August 2012 of Nightingales. A David Nightingale got in touch with and said he is related to this family and wanted me to get in touch with you and see if you would contact him. His email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org If you want me to forward his email I will need your email address.
Added by Lana Runnels Knor on Jul 31, 2013 12:09 AM
|Linda A Foote-Martin||RE: Request to use photos|
I am sorry for the delay in responding - you are welcome to use the 2 photos you requested. I hope they will be seen by more family members on your blog! I have more to post but have not had time to enter them yet - I hope you will enjoy them (Nov-Dec timeframe).
Added by Linda A Foote-Martin on Jul 30, 2013 4:39 AM
Hello, I am working on a Haecker family for my sister-in-law.
The common ancestor is: Frieddrich and Maria Brinkmann Haecker.
If you have any information that you would be willing to share would be most helpful. With the German and American spelling is has become a real head ace. lol
Thank you for your time and effort.
Added by Chester Campbell on Jul 26, 2013 2:16 PM
|j*||Loyd George Newman (Memorial #|
HEY!!! We're RELATED! :)
Nice to meet family! I see that Maidee Agnes Crew (I had her in my family tree as Agnes Maidee Crews) was a relative of yours! She married my great uncle, Loyd George Newman (Memorial # 33744204). Do you mind making links for me, please? ....or you could transfer?
Loyd's father was Thomas Wiley Newman (Memorial # 48143615) & his mother, as you noted, was Rebecka Josephine (Josie) Weir (Memorial # 48143641).
Also, Loyd's & Maidee's infant son, Waymond Loyd Newman (Memorial # 45711064) is in the Hooker Cemetery.
Do you know Loyd & Maidee's son, Preston? He compiled a book about the Newman clan. Did a LOT of research...
How exciting! :) Write if you can. If it would be easier to transfer just Loyd and you keep management of Maidee, then that's fine, too! Let me know if I can help-out in any way! I'll be happy to.
TAKE CARE! :)
j* (Judith L. Newman - Mesquite, Texas)
Added by j* on Jul 25, 2013 9:11 PM
|Marsha||Montgomery Cem. in Oldham Co., Ky.|
Oldham Co. Historical Society gave directions to this cem and I drove through the area and walked around some of the land but found nothing, Here is the data from Oldham Co. Historical Society about the Mont. Cem. and no coordinates were given....
Location: Hwy 524 ( in area south of Hwy 524 and north of Eighteen Mile Creek Road, near junction Tingle Lane). The exact location of this cemetery has not been identified. The general location information above was taken from Oldham County Kentucky Records, Volume 1, Cemeteries. Copyright 1975.
Added by Marsha on Jul 14, 2013 8:13 AM
|Beverly Ackermann Jobe||RE: Flowers you left for Anna Haecker and John Haecker|
Thank you for adding the information to the bio section. I will be happy to remove it from the flower section. I realize that that sort of information is not supposed to be in there, however, (and I'm not saying that this is the case with you) after my attempts to have the original contributor make the corrections or additions & asking Find A Grave to do it for the contributor, it is easier to add it to the flowers so that anyone looking for this sort of information will be able to get it. I have a large folder full of information that I want out there but haven't been able to get it out because the contributors won't take the time to do it or are inactive. So I ask Find A Grave to do it but they have such a back log that it takes forever. I'm just trying to get the information out there any way I can. Thanks for your offer to transfer the memorials to me but as far as I know there is no relation there.
Added by Beverly Ackermann Jobe on Jun 29, 2013 6:10 PM
|John Thomas Brieger||RE: Anna Haecker|
I am distantly related to the Ackers, who's family her daughter Irma married into. I have some limited information on the Haecker family.
Added by John Thomas Brieger on Jun 28, 2013 5:46 AM
|Michelle Pendleton||Two More Montgomery Men|
I had two more photos for Montgomery in the Morris Cemetery I thought you might like to view. Robert G. Montgomery, Memorial# 87322731. The other I had to create a Memorial and if he is your family I will gladly transfer over to you. John O. Montgomery, Memorial# 112490194.
Added by Michelle Pendleton on Jun 17, 2013 10:37 PM
|Michelle Pendleton||RE: Infant Montgomery/Morris Cemetery|
My pleasure!!! :D
Added by Michelle Pendleton on Jun 17, 2013 6:52 PM