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Melanie Tucker (#46890945)
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AnthonyF2
Davis-Bradley 1940
Hi

My genealogy research has connected me to Jeanette's sister and as a result I have her location in 1940. She and her two sisters moved to LA to make money to save the family farm (this story I got from a neice of hers), and this is the link to her 1940 census on ancestry:

http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/ViewRecordRedir.aspx?tid=69556069&pid=48423526853&dbid=2442&rpid=73419942&nam=Jeanette%2bVictoria%2bDavis&pg=32768&pgpl=pid

Janette (sp) Bradley living at 1919 N. Argyle, 25yo, Divorced, from Ohio, living with her sisters Madaline and Pauline Davis.

Added by AnthonyF2 on May 28, 2015 12:30 PM

dlgraves
RE: Thank you!
You are very welcome

Added by dlgraves on Apr 19, 2015 8:46 PM

dlgraves
RE: Thank you!
You are very welcome

Added by dlgraves on Apr 19, 2015 8:41 PM

mayur gogoi
WILLIAM ROBINSON CEMETERY NAZIRA TOWN ,ASSAM ,INDIA
Madam,

I have lot of information of some British days cemetery,located Nazira Town Assam.


One of them was very important--the famous Historian of Assam of British era was William Robinson-he wrote 2 books-A Grammar of Assamese Language (1839) and A Descriptive Account Of Asam:With a Sketch of the Local Geography,and a Concise History of the Tea-Plant of Asam. (1841).

His graveyard is now at Nazira at very weird condition-we need help for 1)restoration 2)to inform about him his members--We have little information that some relative was visited Assam in search of His graveyard--but failed to locate-

I had earlier written a letter to mtucker.genealogy@gmail.com---but failed to contact you.May be you are too busy.





we have a large hope on -to help us to inform about William Robinson to the world and his distant relatives-

William Robinson's father's name was REV.William Robinson and he was a christian Baptist Missionary and father of Rev.William Robinson was John Robinson probably.



We are now doing research on this famous historian who once wrote how tea industry was grown In Assam,geography,people ,language etc.

But we have no photograph or image of William Robinson.

Pl forward this message to Robinson's family profile.



We have pics of William Robinson cemetery too-if some one interested I can provide free.


Thanking you--pl feel free to write me--your every word is precious for us--MAYUR KUMAR GOGOI,LNB ROAD ASSAM,PIN-785685.NAZIRA TOWN DISTRICT SIVASAGAR- email- booksmayur2008@gmail.com
















































Added by mayur gogoi on Oct 07, 2014 10:16 AM

Roy Reel
RE: Alphues and Bithia Davison
Hi Melanie

Thank you for your reply. In 1982 I saw an article in the local newspaper (Kellogg Evening News) that listed news events/happenings that occurred 40 years previous. UI can make a copy of that and send it? Are you related in some way to Davison's.
Thanks again.

Roy

Added by Roy Reel on Sep 26, 2014 11:39 PM

Cutler Family Tree
Flora Turrell Sherk
Thank you for the transfer!
Ted Cutler

Added by Cutler Family Tree on Sep 19, 2014 8:21 PM

Cutler Family Tree
Turrell
Melanie,
Thank you for connecting Flora!
Ted Cutler

Added by Cutler Family Tree on Sep 16, 2014 7:27 PM

Roy Reel
Alphues and Bithia Davison
Number 50592004

Hi Melanie

I am the great great grandson, Alpheus, and Bithia Davison. I am excited to find their information on find a grave, thank you for adding it. I would like to make a comment regarding their daughter, Mary Emma Davison Reel, my great grandmother: According to my information, her year of death was not 1944 it was 1942.

Thank you for all your hard work in helping us with our genealogy

Roy Reel

Added by Roy Reel on Aug 18, 2014 7:15 PM

Justin and Kaylen
RE: Fanny Dye Hillix
No, she is a distant relative of mine as well, on the Guthrie side.

Added by Justin and Kaylen on Jun 09, 2014 8:31 AM

MEB
Bradley Davis dilemma
Hi Melanie,

I found Elemore Clogg Bradley 1940 census and it lists him as "Divorced," occupation: Mechanical Engineer which matches his military enlistment information. Here is the Ancestry link to the record: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?rank=1&new=1&MSAV=1&msT=1&gss=angs-g&gsfn=elmore&gsfn_x=NP_NN_NIC&gsln=bradley&msydy1=1905&cpxt=0&catBucket=rstp&uidh=ny3&cp=0&pcat=ROOT_CATEGORY&h=73661669&db=1940usfedcen&indiv=1&ml_rpos=1

I also found a 1952 city directory listing for him and his second wife Myra M. in San Pedro; Wilmington, California, USA.

I could not find a 1940 census for Jeanette Davis or Bradley.

I am sorry to read about their son Donald and wish you luck. I hope you find some thing in his death certificate, I did for my grandmother's brother who came back from WWII and then went out west in Canada. No-one every heard from him again after that. I found him memorial on Find A Grave and then I found his death certificate. It appears from what I found on his death certificate he was homeless but under the care of agency at the time of his demise.

Best wishes,

Margaret
PS: He is not related to my Bradley family.

Added by MEB on May 19, 2014 4:48 PM

Justin and Kaylen
Fannie Kate Dye Hillix
Are you related to Fannie Kate Dye Hillix?

Added by Justin and Kaylen on May 10, 2014 5:04 AM

MWF
Cruzen (again)
Melanie, fyi the spinning wheel in my profile picture belonged to Hervey's sister Peggy (Margaret), and which is now upstairs in my house.

Added by MWF on Mar 30, 2014 8:46 PM

MWF
Hervey Cruzen
Melanie, that was very gracious of you to make the transfer and I thank you. Also, the info about Eliza H helps fill in another blank space. You're the best!

Added by MWF on Mar 30, 2014 8:28 PM

Thomas Ladner
Re: Anna McCormick
Dear Melanie,

I'm currently doing a Advanced Digital Scan of the Gladwin County Record for anything that highlights the term {Highland Cemetery}

As for (2) Anna McCormicks? I'm not sure!
I can tell you... Saginaw Online Obituary Index at: http://obits.netsource-one.net/ might have something more!!! [I just joined their Gen Society & they have in works offline. Alot of Saginaw Cemetery Headstones which they've been working on & might sometime soon be added to their Saginaw Library Website. Which is very exciting to me.

Gladwin County Record is now digitized and available at the Gladwin County Library Gen Room www.gcgsmichigan.org If you visit... Volunteers can show one how to do a quick search of the Record & pull-up any obituary or Article from (1878 to end of 1999) Plus, I'm trying to do Scan in all our County Yearbooks as well.

Added by Thomas Ladner on Nov 22, 2013 2:14 AM

Angus Petrie
RE: Robert Robinson, Lower Circular Road Cemetery
Desr Melanie,
Great news - the Mali or gardener has managed to find the grave and I have photographed it for you. You were correct about Emily being buried there too. There is a good deal of writing on the inscriptions which I have mostly managed to read and record. However I have not had time or been able to read the eight lines of text on the book. In the photo you will see the very fine cross which has been broken off and is lying beside the grave also that the marble slab one has been broken too. If you look at Walter MacGregor Petrie's grave at this cemetery you will see that I have had the grave restored by the local mason, a Mr. Ashraf Hossain. The total cost was about 180. There is a maintenance charge by the cemetery of Rs 100 per annum and the Mali is also offering a maintenance service. Further information is available at the Christian Burial Board website. Note especially there special notice of last year that states they have decided to reuse unclaimed and ruinous graves.
Returning to the actual grave. The inscription reads:
"IHS, In loving memory of, ROBERT ROBINSON, FOR 47 YEARS A MINISTER OF, THE GOSPEL IN BENGAL, ALSO FOR, MANY YEARS EDITOR AND EXAMINER, OF PRIVY COUNCIL APPEALS, HIGH COURT CALCUTTA,BORN OCT 28th 1832, ENTERED INTO REST NOW 23rd 1901, AGED 69 YEARS AND 28 DAYS.
NOT SLOTHFUL IN BUSINESS; FERVENT IN SPIRIT, SERVING THE LORD.
In Loving Memory, of, EMILY LOUISA, WIDOW OF, REV ROBERT ROBINSON, BORN JULY 23rd 1826, ENTERED INTO REST JULY 16TH 1904, AGED 77 YEARS 11 MONTHS 22 DAYS."
I hope this helps. I will upload the photos now,
with best wishes,
Angus

Added by Angus Petrie on Sep 15, 2013 8:05 AM

Angus Petrie
Robert Robinson, Lower Circular Road Cemetery
Dear Melanie,
The photo I posted yesterday was incorrect so I have removed it. However the search fee has been paid and the location confirmed. The gardener is going to continue looking with a result expected over the next two weeks or so. Hopefully I will be able to take a photo when the correct grave is found, regards, Angus Petrie

Added by Angus Petrie on Sep 11, 2013 8:02 AM

kaci foster
RE: Foser
No problem at all! Glad to help!

Added by kaci foster on Sep 09, 2013 10:52 AM

cynthia mullens
RE: Foster
Thanks for your note!
Glad to have been of service.
That's a beautiful cemetery, and I'm a descendant of Nathaniel Foster....so probably related to John.
Cindy

Added by cynthia mullens on Aug 28, 2013 7:30 PM

Beth.Bailey
RE: Doolittle
Hi Melanie:
You are so very welcome for the pictures taken & posted for Walter(Doolittle).I must admit I was "stumped" there for a little while due to the difference in the death dates but as the old saying goes "all is well that ends well"...
Take care & have a great evening,
~ Beth ~

Added by Beth.Bailey on Aug 17, 2013 8:26 PM

Beth.Bailey
Walter.F.Doolittle request...
Hi Melanie:
I claimed your request @ the Whitewood
Cemetery for Walter.Doolittle.We took a bunch of pictures of his stone for you along w/ all of the other family members that was there w/him as well.
Below is the dates that are on his stone ...please let me know if this is what you were/are looking for.The death date on his memorial is wrong as it reads 2 August,1927.This date is actually the date his wife Fannie(Smith)passed away...
Walter.Doolittle : 30 Sept,1844 - 3 Aug,1914

~ Beth ~

Added by Beth.Bailey on Aug 17, 2013 1:05 PM

Peggy Dunn
RE: Carlson
I'm glad I could help you!

Added by Peggy Dunn on Apr 03, 2013 12:25 AM

Sandy Vandertol
RE: Wilder
Done deal! Anything else I can do for you? Glad to help!

Added by Sandy Vandertol on Mar 11, 2013 8:13 PM

Sandy Vandertol
RE: Wilder
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=1544&GRid=106486936&df=1&

Here is the page for the son. He was one year old.

Added by Sandy Vandertol on Mar 11, 2013 7:43 PM

StoneGates
Anna M Engel (Hartman) Gockerman
Thank you very much for the transfer of Anna's memorial, added info and linked her to her parents again thank you.

Added by StoneGates on Mar 11, 2013 7:15 PM

The Bull
RE: Wheeler
They are about 6 or so rows behind the cemetery gate shot on the main page. There are 3 entrances turn into the second road from the right. Then walk towards the gate, they are front of tall monument with the name Capt John Johnson. I did not see any more Wheelers when I was there but I will let you if I do. Be very careful if you go, it's not the safest area. Of course transfers are coming your way.

Just out of curious, how are you related?

Deb

Added by The Bull on Mar 04, 2013 7:40 PM

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