|Donna||Thomas Bushnell Myers|
Thank you for the transfer! Much appreciated.
Added by Donna on Feb 04, 2016 5:07 AM
|A Pioneers' Granddaughter||RE: Alex L. Martin|
Thank you. I am cautiously optimistic this may be my gg grandmother's brother. Much work was done earlier, pre-internet days, by family member on Martin line which I had to back out of. Hazel Martin Craddock passed right before 1900c and, of course, the 1890c tragedy, which is enough to make one cry at times. She passed shortly after childbirth and no mention of her anywhere I can find in newspapers, etc... I see you added in info I already had on Alexander's wife Nancy. I was going to verify further before asking you for edit, but you added already.
I have yet to find a "Hazel or Orlena" in Missouri in her early childhood to link her to parents. But plenty of "Martha's, Cinthia's and Mary's". If you have any additional info or ideas, please feel free to email me. I have public and private set. Thank you for your efforts.
Added by A Pioneers' Granddaughter on Jan 27, 2016 5:17 PM
|Grace Petron||Georgia Benson, IOOF|
This is a duplicate.
Added by Grace Petron on Jan 27, 2016 2:27 PM
|A Pioneers' Granddaughter||Alex L. Martin|
I am researching my great grandmother Martin line and am interested in this memorial. Can you tell me more about the information
listed on memorial page (80255424) and where dates, etc... came from? The headstone is in disarray. There are two names
mentioned but only one name seen on headstone. Thank you.
Added by A Pioneers' Granddaughter on Jan 26, 2016 9:43 AM
|Ginna Sanders||RE: Phebe Jane Reeve Fulwider|
Sorry so late to reply. I found death dawson the Denver Digital Library website of mortuary and cemetery records. I also found some marriages and things I hadn't been able to find. I also found aome archived obituary records w nd me your email if you want documentation of antsy records.
Added by Ginna Sanders on Jan 15, 2016 8:07 PM
|Sharon Ehlen||RE: Children of Worth C. Sherrill|
The information on the children of Worth C Sherrill was incorrect. It needs to be corrected by the person that recorded it. I do not know where their info came from but since one of his step children is my father and the twins were my step Uncles and Dorothy was a step aunt, all of whom I knew well. My father and his sister, Grace were never adopted by Worth C. Sherrill. Their father was James Finley Sherrill, a distant cousin of W.C. Sherrill. Thus the last names of the children are the same.
If you wish to transfer the memorial to me I can correct the information. Thanks, Sharon
Added by Sharon Ehlen on Jan 13, 2016 4:43 PM
THE YAKIMA HERALD North Yakima, Washington, 25 February 1892
Death of a pioneer woman
Mrs. Lucy Tanner passes away after a useful and Christian life of la grippe and old age.
Mrs. Tanner was born in Warren Connecticut, October 25th 1812, her maiden name being Lucy Carter. She was married to Elish Tanner in 1835 and immediately after journeyed to Illinois, where they made their home for fifteen years. Catching the western fever they crossed the plains by ox team, arriving at Forest Grove Oregon in 1891 [sic]. After spending another fifteen years in and about that place they removed to Washington and in '70 were among the first settlers of the Ahtanum valley.
Mr and Mrs Tanner were pioneers nearly all of their lifetime and pioneers of the highest type. They carried Christian principles and Christian institutions with them where ever they went. They moved to Illinois when the foundation of churches and colleges were being laid and Mr. Tanner's brother became president of the Illinois College, where after performing valuable service, he died a short time ago. Mr and Mrs Tanner while at Forest Grove, rendered acceptable aid to the Congregational Church, the Tualatin Academy and the Pacific University. On coming to the Yakima county twenty two years ago they immediately started a Sunday School in their own house, and three years after were the leaders in the organization of the Ahtanum Congregational Church, being thus the prime movers in the organization of the first Sunday School and the first Protestant Church in central Washington.
Mr Tanner was drowned some ten or twelve years ago while attempting to ford the Yakima river at the point where the Nelson bridge now stands. It was Sunday, and Mr and Mrs. Tanner were trying to cross the swift stream for the purpose of attending church. The horses became entangled in the harness and Mr. Tanner was swept away, while his wife narrowly escaped the same fate.
The deceased leaves two children, Mrs. G.W. Carey of Spokane and Mrs S. T. Vivian of the Ahtanum, who will mourn the loss of a kind and gentle mother and a noble Christian woman. She died a peaceful death relying on the faith she had maintained all her life through.
Added by Chris on Dec 23, 2015 12:24 AM
|Ima BC Graver||RE: POOR OLD MIKE|
He was married to Minnie Rowling, who later married John Sayer. I have sent the links to both spouses to the manager of Minnie's memorial.
Yes, wasn't that a great story about the dog? As I search for other Rossland obituaries I will keep an eye out for an update on "Poor Old Mike."
Oddly, in June of 1898 a small grave near Rossland was exhumed. "The box was nicely lined. A lot of rocks had been laid above it, the grave rounded up with soft dirt, and a foot and head stone raised." As suspected, it was did turn out to be someone's pet dog. "A gentleman who saw it remarked that far more attention had been given this dog's grave than is shown many children buried in Rossland."
There were far too many children dying in those times - cholera, diphtheria, typhoid, "inanition" (failure to thrive), pneumonia, and even malnutrition. Sad.
Added by Ima BC Graver on Dec 11, 2015 5:11 PM
I have a group photo containing Corp Oscar Evarts Moreland if you would like to post it.
Added by Dave Stutesman on Dec 07, 2015 6:46 AM
|B J||RE: Mary E Thomas|
Checked my library for Evergreen and among the large Thomas family were unable to find the ones you are searching for. It was worth a shot. Edits accepted.
Added by B J on Dec 04, 2015 8:59 PM
|B J||RE: Mary E Thomas|
OK then I will accept your edits. I have an extensive photo library from Evergreen. Perhaps I have someone else you might be looking for. Let me know.
Added by B J on Dec 04, 2015 2:27 PM
|B J||Mary E Thomas|
See you created a memorial for her way back in 2009 when her burial was unknown. Now we have both. Do you desire to keep both or should we delete mine and edit yours? See you submitted many edits for me for the three family members. I did include the suggested bio information on the memorial, but will hold off on the edits for now until the decision of which to keep.
You have been very busy.
Added by B J on Dec 04, 2015 1:34 PM
|Donna||Thomas Bushnell Myers|
Could you transfer this memorial to me? He is a relative.
Added by Donna on Nov 24, 2015 6:43 AM
|Joe Aman||RE: Gustave Houyouse photo|
My pleasure. I also added photo's to existing memorials for Mary Houyouse and Gustave Houyouse Sr.
Added by Joe Aman on Nov 12, 2015 3:22 PM
I posted a photo to your memorial from St Joseph Cemetery Cincinnati Ohio
Added by Eva Stokes on Nov 05, 2015 3:33 PM
|Kelly Scottisheart||H. Beatrice "Slack" McDonald|
I've posted a photo of her headstone - Salem Cemetery, Northumberland, Ontario, Canada.
Added by Kelly Scottisheart on Nov 02, 2015 7:45 PM
|Wanda Goode||Isaac Tuttle|
Check pg 66 (record page 55) for a listing of Isaac:
Nov. 6. Isaac Tuttle, aet. 55, pleurisy.
Added by Wanda Goode on Oct 24, 2015 5:47 PM
|Wanda Goode||RE: Isaac Tuttle|
The First Presbyterian Church in Morristown has had a list of burials in their cemetery. I tried to gain access to that list today using this link: http://www.pcmorristown.org/who_we_are/our_history/alphabetical_list_of_interments
and was unable to do so. Anyhow, in the list was Isaac Tuttle and his cause of death was listed as pleurisy. You might contact the church to get confirmation or possibly the Morris County Library would have that information. They should have excellent genealogy records in their reference sections.
Added by Wanda Goode on Oct 24, 2015 4:46 PM
|Wanda Goode||Isaac Tuttle|
I believe Isaac Tuttle is buried in the First Presbyterian Churchyard in Morristown.
Added by Wanda Goode on Oct 24, 2015 2:51 PM
I was at a thrift store recently and picked up some photos that were for sale. They are of the following people.
Claire Byrd Humphrey
Anna Thomas Byrd
Elizabeth Jane Thomas Byrd
John Byrd and Carol Byrd
John Thomas, son of John Thomas and Nancy Russell Thomas
Do you have any interest in them?
Added by ESmith on Oct 16, 2015 6:29 PM
For the transfer :-)
Added by TaraG on Oct 05, 2015 11:50 AM
Stephen SLEDGE is the brother of my 2x great-grandfather, Donam SLEDGE. Can you please transfer his memorial to me?
Added by TaraG on Oct 04, 2015 2:50 AM
|Rebecca Semple||Incorrect cemetery listed|
Roscoe Conklin Griffith is buried in Maplewood Cemetery in Germantown as well as his father, Owen Griffith and his mother, Mary Cochran Griffith.
Added by Rebecca Semple on Sep 28, 2015 8:38 AM
|McMolly||Nancy Comer Perry Hackett|
Hello again, NW
Thank you for adding miss Nancy, here. Her brother was my grandfather, James Comer.
Would you transfer her to me as well?
Where did you go get her Calif death certificate? I have been using the for WA state..., I have just one pic of her to glean from the other family photo.
Added by McMolly on Sep 27, 2015 6:11 PM
I have been trying to get a pic of my great grandmother's grave spot. I believe you added her in the Tacoma Cemetery. I called the cemetery today to get a location to make it easier for someone, (perhaps you told me there was none, I can't remember right now...) I guess that's why I like even a pic of the ground, if that's the case. The cemetery just told me she is not listed there, but she must be somewhere. Do you have any idea how I can go about this going forward?
Perhaps she is not buried here after all....?
Thank you so much, Pioneer...
Added by McMolly on Sep 21, 2015 12:24 PM