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Annis Jean Hite Patee (#46907132)
 member for 7 years, 11 months, 26 days
Gordon Springer
Find A Grave Memorial# 66662097
Hi Annis,

Are you answering anybody's questions?

From my last message Christian Palmer his Find A Grave Memorial# 66662097.

Thanks,
Gordon Springer
Ossian, Indiana

Added by Gordon Springer on Apr 21, 2015 4:02 AM

Gordon Springer
Beech Grove Cemetery
Hi Annis,

My great-great-great grandfather Christian Palmer is buried at Beech Grove Cemetery, Huntington County, Indiana. Thank you for taking his cemetery picture and my other distant relation there, too.

My question is you stated on his Find A Grave Memorial, that he was a veteran of the War of 1812; I wonder what your source was for that. I can't find any records to back that up.

The other information you stated about his 1st and 2nd wife is correct, so is the information he was born in Washington County, Maryland. I wonder what your source was for all this information.

Thank you,
Gordon Springer

Added by Gordon Springer on Apr 14, 2015 11:25 PM

jim brother judi sister
nora
her brother martin shot himself in1914 her dad james m ault died in vicksburg michigan at the poor farm /sad history for some

Added by jim brother judi sister on Mar 11, 2015 4:38 PM

jim brother judi sister
Elnora Belle "Nora" Ault Forker
is the sister of martin ault daughter virginia ada ault my wifes mom/grandma she was adopted are you related to nora ?

Added by jim brother judi sister on Mar 11, 2015 12:03 PM

Lee Ashmore
Harriet Ann Hopkins Shorett
I added her to John B. Hopkins list of children

Added by Lee Ashmore on Feb 03, 2015 11:34 PM

Lee Ashmore
Hopkins
Looking for the mother of my William Henry Hopkins 1838 NY-1911 IA. His father was John Hopkins born NY or Canada. Possible siblings of William Henry are Cyrus, Richard, John, Sarah, Elizabeth, Hetta.
He's buried in Odebolt Cemetery, Sac Co., IA. Other surnames are Adams, Moore, Haddox, Horton, Linville, Bryant, Sharp, Shea, Humbert.
Family lore says our line includes RI Gov. Stephen Hopkins 1707-1785 but have yet to prove so I research any and all Hopkins.
What are your lines?
Lee

Added by Lee Ashmore on Feb 03, 2015 11:21 PM

Lee Ashmore
Hopkins
In your travels, if you just happen to find any person's grave with the first, middle, maiden or surname Hopkins that is not already posted on findagrave I would love to know about it and have it posted with a photo. Now there's a project for you!
Thanks,
Lee

Added by Lee Ashmore on Feb 03, 2015 2:35 PM

Fred West
RE: Kenneth West
Hi, he is at Restlawn Park Cemetery, 4020 Highway 90, Avondale, LA 70094

My mother, Kenneth's wife of 55 years, is also there, as is my brother, Kenneth G. West Jr.

Added by Fred West on Jan 23, 2015 8:17 PM

JeanND
Emma C Black # 29665124
I was wondering if you would take another look at this memorial. The 1880 Census says Emma C. Black was the wife of George Black - not his daughter. I know George Black's 1st wife, Drusilla, is listed as dying in 1881. But when I look at her headstone, it looks like it 'could' be 1871?

Emma's birth year would be right on the 1880 Census - but it says she was born in Ohio...not New York. "Emma C & George W Black" were living in Albion, Noble, Indiana in 1880. This George was born 'abt 1808' according to the Census. So it seems likely to me these are the same people - but maybe you have better info? Emma appears again in Albion, Indiana in the 1900 Census as a widow.

From there I'm not sure...but there is a Emma Black (the widow of Geo W Black) living in Fort Wayne, Indiana in 1922!

I'm not sure if you have access to information I don't have, or if the information on the memorial came through edits. Or maybe you don't remember.... I guess I just wanted to make you aware. If I'm wrong, I apologize.

Added by JeanND on Jan 22, 2015 7:57 PM

Ludie
Barbara Loudenback Riggs
Hello Annis. I hope you can help me with a puzzle I have on Memorial # 25093682 for Barbary Riggs date of birth April 4, 1811. There's a photo of the tombstone but dates are unreadable on it. Also on the memorial is link to her siblings including Elizabeth Retherford born Feb 25, 1811 Memorial #25946345. Does someone have actual record showing their births because I can't see both of them having been born 2 months apart.

Thanks for putting up the memorial. The Louderback & Riggs families are my grandson's maternal ancestor lines.

Loudene Kirk Tollar
Conroe, Texas

Added by Ludie on Jan 18, 2015 1:06 AM

Derry Bennett Creutz
James Dalrymple
Served in the Civil War. I am currently looking him on Fold 3. I am a descendant of Moses Dalrymple

Added by Derry Bennett Creutz on Oct 28, 2014 8:56 AM

bcw
Catherine Earhart parents
I was surprised and pleased that you had identified Catherine Simon as being a daughter of Catherine Earhart. I am related through her sister, Sarah. Catherine (the mother) is a hero because moved to Indiana at such an elderly age. Most pleasing is that you have identified Catherine Earhart Simon's father as Peter Sr and her mothers maiden name as "Houser". These are two completely new pieces of information--Wow! Not doubting, but may I ask the source of this new information and do you have more info on other Houser family members? For us that live so far away from the areas of our ancestors, we so appreciate all this information and your interest.

Added by bcw on May 31, 2014 7:53 AM

Kelly Kent-Parcell
Curious
Do you have cemetery transcripts of the cemeteries in Huntington?

I have other relatives that died in Huntington and don't know where they are buried:

John Emery Faulk (Falk)
dob 24 June 1834 - Starke County, Ohio
dod 31 Jan 1905 - Huntington, Indiana

Mary Ann Emmerling Faulk (Falk)
dob 17 Mar 1850 - Largo, Wabash County, Indiana
dod 03 Mar 1934 - Huntington, Indiana

Peter S. Faulk (Falk)
dob 14 Apr 1814 - New Jersey
dod 28 Dec 1864 - Huntington, Indiana

Phebe T. Sibert Faulk (Falk)
dob abt 1819 - Ohio
dod bet 1870-1880 - Huntington, Indiana

Perhaps if you are at the library sometime, you could look for them for me. I sure would appreciate it.

Added by Kelly Kent-Parcell on Feb 25, 2011 2:40 PM

 
 

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