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John McCartney (#46834024)
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Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester
RE: Frank W Hayes headstone
I am too!!Ms.Stein the office receptionist called back and said his record hadn't been recorded on her computer database so that's why it didn't come up when she looked first.Hopefully I can get out there tomorrow,weather permitting.Take care!!

Added by Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester on Aug 29, 2011 3:21 PM

Col Augustus Richardson
I was unable to find his wives buried near him. I didn't have a lot of time to search the rest of the cemetery and unfortunately I don't live near this cemetery. If I ever get down in that area again I will stop and take some time to look around.

Added by Carrie on Jun 24, 2011 5:06 PM

Janet Personette
RE: Egbert photos
John, There are more Egbert's in Silverbrook. Could they be related also? Check out this website. and look in the grave search section on the right of the screen. Interesting website. Glad I could help you. If you need obits, check out this link. They have a database for obits and there are also volunteers who will look up any obits for you, make copies and for a nominal fee send them to you. At one time there were 3 or 4 newspapers here.

Added by Janet Personette on Mar 29, 2011 6:58 PM

Dee Billings-Gonzales
Hey...John, I saw a comment from you to Deb Bernard? I am the great grandaughter of Asa & Sadie Badger Axtell from Crawford, CO.

I am not sure that where you fit in the line, but if you are writing to Deb then we are probably related, because her and I are distant cousins.

OK, where abouts in Linn Co., OR are your family from? or have you found that out yet? I spent most of my married life in Halsey, OR, which is in Linn Co. Know Albany and the whole area there. I know Lots of people there.

I did a search for Briget and didn't find her. Do you know about the Begin New Search button? All you have to do is put in a name with no info and it will give you every John Axtell listed on Find A Grave. I just discovered that button not long ago. It is wonderful. But, there are a ton of John Axtells on there, doing it that way.

Actually, I just did a search on my tree and just of the ones that I can see, I have about 9 John Axtells. Which one are you looking for?


Added by Dee Billings-Gonzales on Jan 15, 2011 7:41 PM

Brad Hall Sr
RE: Cemetery photos
That Cemetery is far away from where I live. I live close to the Ohio State line in PA. I don't think I will be making a trip out that way. I'm disabled so my trips are close to home, and for only for a short time each trip. I have a broken spine, so each day is different, and I don't know if my spine will let me get around until the next day. If I ever do get up that way, I will be sure to post everything I take photos of, OK?

Added by Brad Hall Sr on Jan 04, 2011 1:14 PM

RE: Burrill headstone photos
Not that I saw. But the lady in the office told me that they have an extensive webiste with photos of all the headstones. Try google searching for Red Bluff Cemeteries or Oak Hill Cemetery in Red Bluff.

Best of luck,

Added by Danielle on Oct 19, 2010 5:02 PM

RE: Headstone photo
No problem :) I took photos of most of the family group in that plot too. I will have them uploaded tomorrow.


Added by Danielle on Oct 18, 2010 8:31 PM

I was out strolling Williams Cemetery today, taking pics. The Schuckman plot was one that I took pics of. I uploaded all my info, and found that many of the Shuckmans are already on here. :) This makes me happy. I deleted the duplicates, and found that there were two or three in the family plot that you don't have listed on here. I thought you might want to take a look. Let me know if you need any additional pics or information!

Added by nashay on Sep 27, 2010 12:25 AM

McCartney Cemetery

Try this link for the McCartney Cemetery. Has photos of markers.

Added by lb on Sep 12, 2010 4:12 PM

Eliza J Bruehahn memorial
I transferred Elizas' memorial to you.

Added by JD on Aug 16, 2010 3:54 PM

RE: Asa Axtell linked
According to Record of Revolutionary War vets he is buried at Meeting House Hill cemetery. I have a photo request out.

Daniel Axtell was supposedly not legible at Pioneer in OH but if you look, Sherry got a nice photo of his stone, totally I hope Thomas' is out there somewhere. Noone has answered my request as of yet.

Added by InSearchOf on Jun 13, 2010 4:10 PM

RE: Axtell kin
If you would like to link your Asa memorial to the rest of the family I have on here Please do

Thomas 52114794
Rebecca 52114887

I just have my grandfather linked to them currently.

Added by InSearchOf on Jun 13, 2010 5:12 AM

I am a descendent of Thomas Axtell and Rebecca French, their son Daniel Axtell and Jane Wellman had Fanny C Axtell m Richard Yeoman, had Margaret Yeoman m Lewis Roquet, had Lewis Earl Roquet, had Wayne Roquet and then me.

Are you descended from Thomas and Rebecca? Do you have contact with other Axtell cousins?


Added by InSearchOf on Jun 12, 2010 9:54 PM

Alvin Arave
RE: Re: Catherine Clark
John, Thanks for information on your tie with Catherine. Catherine and her first husband are my line through Leonidas Clark, her son. Her first husband was Martindale or Martin D Clark. I did not know that her daughter, Mary Jane Partridge had more than one husband,Frank Hayes, interesting information.

You might be interested to know that Catherine's father is John Terrill, and her mother is Sarah Jane Blackford.

I have a lot of information on the Clark and Terrill line if you are interested.

I am still looking for Catherine's grave. I would think that she is buried in Hamilton Church cemetery with Harvey Partridge. Or she could be buried by her first husband, but I can't find him either. Did you, by any chance, see a Catherine Terrill Clark or Partridge head stone when you where visiting cemeteries in Indiana?

You can reach me directly on if you want, or 208-403-9166.

Your distant half cousin,

Alvin Arave

Added by Alvin Arave on Jun 06, 2010 9:14 PM

Karolyn [Kendig] McLain
RE: Robert Lanier Redding
Lewis C. Redding was the son of Robert Lanier Redding and his first wife Nancy Harris who he married 19 Sep 1816 in Preble Co., OH

Added by Karolyn [Kendig] McLain on May 31, 2010 7:18 AM

Karolyn [Kendig] McLain
RE: Lewis C. Redding
Nancy Pagin Redding Irwin was the mother of Lewis Pagin Redding Memorial# 47596982

Added by Karolyn [Kendig] McLain on May 31, 2010 7:06 AM

Alvin Arave
Catharine Terrell Clark Partridge
I would like to know where Catharine Terrell is buried. I am descendant through her first husband Martin D. Clark.

Alvin Arave,

Added by Alvin Arave on May 30, 2010 9:31 AM

Red Dog
RE: From another Brat
I have already up loaded memorials and pictures of the other two. please request a transfer

Added by Red Dog on May 23, 2010 12:56 AM

Red Dog
Photo requests
Angelus Rosedale Cemetery
Los Angeles
I found and am posting the three you requested. As you will see there are a group of 5 in a bed of cement. This in not normal in this cemetery. Do you also know of a Rachael Pickering 1860-1939 and William W.D. Turner 1836 -1905?

Added by Red Dog on May 22, 2010 11:58 PM

Kristine Cook
RE: Mary E. Simpson 1862-1864 headstone
Hi, John,
I know it's been a few months since you left your message but you're very welcome for the photo! If there's any others you need, let me know. I have pretty much every stone from that cemetery and some others in the area.

Added by Kristine Cook on May 19, 2010 9:11 PM

Angela Snyder
RE: William Hagen Wellman
You are more than welcome! Please feel free to let me know if you need anything else in my area.

Added by Angela Snyder on May 08, 2010 7:59 AM

RE: Tutwiler headstone photo
You're welcome. No other Tutwiler's buried nearby, mostly other military people.


Added by Marilyn on Apr 23, 2010 1:31 PM

Deb Allison
RE: Simpson headstone photos

You're welcome. I always worry about how the photos will turn out. Those older ones are sometimes difficult to capture the entire stone and still be able to read the inscription.


Added by Deb Allison on Apr 04, 2010 4:01 PM

RE: Heath & Thompson photos
Hi - I was able to bring up a somewhat legible image of the emblem. It shows him to be a "VETERAN, 1861-1865".

Added by Salvarsan on Mar 30, 2010 9:38 PM

John Heath
Hi - I fulfilled this request today. His wife Bridget is not listed on the 2002 transcript of the cemetery, and I did not find a stone anywhere near John's stone (I also walked the vast majority of the cemetery).

Added by Salvarsan on Mar 24, 2010 5:03 PM


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