|Evie (Greer) Schipper||wrong cemetery|
Jonathon Craig Tussey Memorial# 29217187
Green Tussey Memorial# 29217442
John Riley Tussey Memorial# 29217479
I'm pretty sure you just have these Tussey family members in the wrong Rice Cemetery.
They are all listed as being in the Rice - Queen Cemetery, Denton, Carter Co, Kentucky.
Tussey, John 1898-1933
Tussey, Green 1870-1914
Tussey, Jonathan, Civil War Marker, Co.F.39th Ky Inf
This list is at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~denton/cemeteries/stewart.htm
The Find a Grave web for the Rice - Queen Cemetery, Denton, Carter Co, Kentucky is
Added by Evie (Greer) Schipper on Feb 19, 2015 10:37 AM
|Sandra Lytch||Fleming Franklin Cummins|
Oh, forgot to mention: Fleming Franklin Cummins: #22442542
Added by Sandra Lytch on Dec 17, 2014 4:38 AM
|Deb Cummins||James and John Cummins|
Jan, I recently began researching my father's family again and came across "the Find a Grave" site. You have a picture of my Dad's great grandfather's (Jim) and grandfather,s (John) graves. On the site of Jims it gives the remaining family as Mrs. T. Minton, Mrs. G. Milton, Mrs. H. Albertson, Mrs. Rebecca Edwards and Jacob Cummins. The only reference I have for Jim are 2 sons, John and Jacob. Can you or anyone fill me in on these other people?
I would be happy to provide any interested parties with the info I have re John's family line (as I have it).
Please contact me with any info you can.
Deb Cummins, Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
Added by Deb Cummins on Oct 13, 2014 3:31 PM
Hi! I am a gggg granddaughter of John and Christiana Fearneau. Then ggg granddaughter of Phillip Ferneau. Then gg granddaughter of Henry Ferneau. Then great granddaughter of Rev. Clinton Jones Ferneau. Granddaughter of Clinton's daughter, Mildred Ferneau Leonard.
Interested in comparing info on Ferneau. Let me know if interested.
Kerry Leonard Frith
Added by Kerry Frith on Jan 27, 2014 11:31 PM
|Glenn Land||Thomas Keen Hulse|
This Thomas was born about 1813 in Sullivan County, TN. Thomas K.P. Hulse born in 1842, was the Confederate soldier that died at Bowling Green, KY and probably his nephew. Thomas K.P Hulse's parents were William Keene Hulse and Hannah Cox.
Added by Glenn Land on Jan 05, 2014 4:09 PM
|Gloria Beasley Arnold||John Tussey|
John S Tussey 23871071 is my 2nd Great Grandfather from my mothers side.(Dalton)
1st wife was Elizabeth Faubush 1854-1891; married in 1870, had 9 kids; lived in the Kirksville, KY area
2nd wife-11 July 1894 married Mary E Cates 1885-? in Madison Co, KY. I can not find any children.
Parents Joseph Robert Tussey 1824-1903
Nancy Mirah Branstetter 1822-1903
Added by Gloria Beasley Arnold on Oct 06, 2013 7:48 AM
|Jesse J. Bullens III||Matilda J. AND Ruth H. Hayes|
The 1860 census shows a Matilda J. (age 17) AND a Ruth H. Hayes (age 9). Is it possible that you have them mixed up, or is the census wrong?
These are only my 2nd cousins 4 times removed but I have a tendency to rely on documentation. You haven't even provided a picture of their stone to support your theory. You might wish to recheck your findings and, if I'm wrong, provide some proof. For which I will apologize.
Added by Jesse J. Bullens III on Sep 09, 2013 10:43 PM
|Donna Morneweg||John G. Cummins and wife Matila Jane Hayes|
Hi, I just want you to know my great -grandfather was William Caleb Cummins and married Sarah Ada Payne.
My Grandma Pearl (Cummins) Mitchell told me that her Grandpa was John Gallenger Cummins and Matilda Jane Hayes. She use to have a picture of them hanging on her bedroom wall. J.G. Cummins was a short man , and Matilda was taller than him and had black hair that she wore up in a bun. Hope this info help you . Donna
Added by Donna Morneweg on Aug 10, 2013 6:42 PM
Researching Preston Cummins b. 1807 Bracken Cty s/o Christopher. I have him dying in Bracken in 1842 and wife Eliza Jane Black.. You have him dying in 1864 with Louisa and Mary Deaton. Two different men?
Added by Anonymous on Jul 07, 2013 4:38 PM
|A.P. Davis||Joseph Ferneau|
Do you know where in the Bainbridge Cemetery he is? I couldn't find him, but found tons of other Ferneaus. I found this family history that says he's buried in the Old Burying Grounds; however, I can't prove or disprove this.
Thanks for all you've contributed.
Added by A.P. Davis on Sep 10, 2011 4:03 PM
I am looking for:
Glen W. Leonhart
Jane R. Leonhardt
Born on November 6, 1933 and passed away on Sunday, January 10, 2010.
last known to be living in Chicago, Illinois.
Belmont Funeral Home, 7120 W. Belmont Ave. Private family burial.
Parents:Arthur and Rose Hartman
Added by Geri Musick on Jun 23, 2011 9:44 PM
|Ernie Chapman||RE: Joseph Cummins|
Thanks Jan. How are you related? Can I help with any research. I have been doing Cummins research for a long time. My 3rd great grandmother was Margarett Cummins - Joseph & Lydia's oldest child. My e-mail address is on my profile.
Added by Ernie Chapman on Jun 10, 2011 9:32 PM
|Shirley Hammons Smith||Champ Mullins|
I was looking at findagrave and I believe the Champ Mullins who married Angeline Johnson and
Susan Cummins was the Champ Mullins born n 1835. I believe the one born in 1824 was married to Mary Ann Martin. I could be wrong. If so I apologize sincerely. Shirley Hammons Smith
Added by Shirley Hammons Smith on Apr 30, 2011 8:23 PM
I was going through some old family photos and found one that has written on the back Roy Cummins with my great grandfather James Phillip Lucas and my grandfather William Verner Lucas in Berlin, Bracken, Ky. My grandfather was born in 1920 and he looks to be between 4-6. James Phillip was born 1894 and it appears Roy is around the same age as my great grandfather. Does the name Roy Cummins sound like someone from your line?
Added by gagirlstyle on Sep 21, 2010 7:35 AM
|Justin L.||Kirk Cemetery, Jeferson County, Illinois|
I was wondering if you wouldn't mind giving me the rights over for all of the graves you have from that cemetery. I have some obituary info and grave pictures. Let me know.
Added by Justin L. on Aug 06, 2010 1:08 AM
this cem in whitley co, are there alot of graves there? and do you know if it is on a old farm on buffalo rd in corbin?
Added by diana on May 13, 2010 7:42 AM
|Robin Mattingly||Opal B Ogle-Callihan|
Hi Jan. I just came across findagrave. com today. Was very happy to find my grandmothers grave. She was Bertha Mae Ogle, buried beside her husband, Alva Ogle, at Laurel North Cemetery.
I notice that there was another Ogle buried there and wondered if "Opal B Ogle-Callihan was related to the Ogles I mentioned.
Added by Robin Mattingly on May 02, 2010 7:27 PM
|Arlene Estes||James Cummins|
I am gathering pix of my church's (Oak Grove #2 Baptist in northern Pulaki Co)former pastors. James(Jim) Cummins is listed as our first in 1901 as well as later in the teens. Do you know if the James Cummins buried at Poplar Grove was a minister? If he was do you know of anyone who might have a picture? Thanks for any help.
Arlene Estes Waldroup
Added by Arlene Estes on Mar 02, 2010 10:34 PM
|IvaSueShepardSmith||Simmons Cemetery in Franklin Co., Indiana|
I assume since the first memorial added was by you that you put the cemetery info in also. It is not Simmons nor is it Wallace-McNutt, but it is WALLACE-McKNIGHT CEMETERY AKA CUMMINS, SIMMONS, DRAKE FARM can you please edit this on the cemetery page accordingly. You will find that I added a picture of the cemetery with a sign of the name. Thanks
Added by IvaSueShepardSmith on Jan 29, 2010 8:53 AM
|LisaV||Cummins- Vigo County|
I am researching the Cummins' of Vigo County. Do you have any information on Catherine Booth Cummins, b. about 1828, married James Turner Cummins 2 Dec 1850, and died after 1869. they are my ggggrandparents. Thanks!
Added by LisaV on Jan 18, 2010 8:36 PM
|Elizabeth R||Best Photo|
Jan.. want to thank you for your posting of the Best Brothers. I had about given up hope of anyone doing it. Your time and effort is appreciated....Elizabeth
Added by Elizabeth R on Nov 03, 2009 1:17 PM
|Elizabeth R||Best Photo|
Added by Elizabeth R on Nov 03, 2009 1:15 PM
|ROB HUGHES||CON WELL CEMETERY|
DID YOU SEE THE OTHER GRAVESBACK IN THE WOODS ON THE WESTSIDE.YOU GO DOWN A STEEPHILL OVER A CREEK AND UP THE OTHER SIDE. THERE ARE SOME OTHER GRAVES AS YOU GO DOWN THE HILL IN THE WOODS ON THE SOUTHSIDE
Added by ROB HUGHES on Oct 03, 2009 3:35 PM
can you read most of the stones in this cem or are they in bad shape? i am trying to find this cem, i think it is where my gg granma is buried,elizabeth fox she died in 1926
Added by diana on Sep 29, 2009 10:29 AM
|ROB HUGHES||RE: CONWELL CEMETERY|
i dont know if there are any or notits 20 miles from my house.
Added by ROB HUGHES on Sep 16, 2009 2:24 PM