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Jude (#46974697)
 member for 7 years, 9 months, 27 days
Linda Applegate Brown
RE: Thank you (Lurana Lister)
You're welcome. Keep up the good work! Linda

Added by Linda Applegate Brown on Nov 29, 2015 12:29 AM

Bertha Byers
Just noticed that Bertha Byers died June 23, 1839 according to her stone, then her husband remarried her sister June 20, 1839
Always like a puzzle.


Added by Lulabell on Sep 17, 2015 6:52 AM

Bob Saunders
RE: Re Isaiah Nixon
There are three "Zion" Cemeteries in Vinton County. One is Zion Cemetery in Clinton Township. Two is Mount Zion in Swan township. And three is Mount Zion Church Cemetery, in Richland township, which is also known as Mount Zion Cemetery.

Trust me when I say yours was not the only one I found. I have sent out at least thirty correcting for being listed in the wrong cemetery and many of those had pictures already.

I made many suggestions to the Cemetery listing and had incorrect cemetery photos removed so hopefully it can all be cleared up.

Thank you for helping.

Added by Bob Saunders on Aug 29, 2015 12:43 PM

Bob Saunders
RE: Re Isaiah Nixon
I am no relation, sorry. I found the headstone while photographing the cemetery. Feel free to move your over or i can add anything you like to mine.

Added by Bob Saunders on Aug 29, 2015 10:43 AM

George Byers Photo
Thanks Jude...Harry

Added by Harry on Aug 26, 2015 5:30 PM

Genealogy Lover
RE: Hiram Smith
Jude, not a problem. I appreciate that you cared enough to set up a memorial for my husband's 2nd great grand uncle who was executed during the Palmyra Massacre. If you don't know about that incident during the Civil War in Palmyra, Missouri, it is quite a piece of history to read. My husband's third great grandfather, Hiram's sister's father-in-law, was also executed there.

I appreciate all that you are doing on FindaGrave!!

Added by Genealogy Lover on Aug 15, 2015 5:57 AM

B Long
RE: RE Louise Pellaux
Thanks for the answer Jude and also for all your Find A Grave work.


Added by B Long on Jul 31, 2015 12:13 PM

Diana Moore- Medina
RE: Re:Mary Elizabeth Watson Rheiner
Thanks so much, and no transfer, I have added the other family members who are on my side of the family. His first wife was no relation to me.
But I feel she does need to be added to findagrave. So, you can do that for her.

Have a great day!

Added by Diana Moore- Medina on May 29, 2015 11:04 AM

Diana Moore- Medina
Re:Mary Elizabeth Watson Rheiner
Hello, I noticed you added Peter Rheiner's first wife to this cemetary, and she is not buried here.
She is actually buried by the Blanco Creek on private property in a single grave.

Peter Rheiner's second wife was my great great grandfather's sister, and she is buried here with Peter and two of their children.

I know a man who actually welded a fence around Mary Rheiner's grave and its located by the Blanco Creek where they had property and she drowned there in a flood.


Added by Diana Moore- Medina on May 29, 2015 8:59 AM

Bob Bruner
My name I s Bob Bruner my gggf was russell deskins bruner son of Jesse Bruner trying to find info on Jesses dad Andrew Jackson Bruner do you have any info

Added by Bob Bruner on May 03, 2015 7:27 AM

RE: correction
Yes! Whatever you have would be awesome!!!! Thanks!!!

Added by LoriSm on Apr 24, 2015 8:01 PM

RE: correction
I would love to see anything you have! I did not get anything in my email except the two messages you wrote. Here is my email:
Thanks!!! I've been doing research into family for almost 40 years, but as a hobby. I have a lot of information, but I want to flesh these people out: Who were they? What made them come west into Ohio? Were they Christians? What kind of people were they? What did they do? You know what I mean, who they really were as they were real people with real personalities. My sister is coming up in August and she has a box of pictures from my mom (my mom passed away 3 1/2 years ago) and I hope to be able to I.D. many of them. I don't know if any have names or dates. I am hoping some do. I live in central Ohio, do you? Again, thanks! We are obviously distant cousins. :)

Added by LoriSm on Apr 24, 2015 1:33 PM

RE: Cassill
Angeline Goodrich was my ggg grandma. Allen and Angeline Cassill were the parents of Douglas Cassill, who was the father of Alice Phebe Cassill Freeborn Nelson, who was the mother of John Wayne Freeborn, who was the father of Joyce Jeannine Freeborn Matheson Simmons Suggs, who was my mother. I guess that makes us very distant cousins. :)

Added by LoriSm on Apr 24, 2015 11:18 AM

RE: Elizabeth G Cox
Are you related to this family (Cassills?)

Added by LoriSm on Apr 23, 2015 1:45 PM

RE: Hello
Hi, I reviewed the death notices for Azariah & Catherine. I think the Mears books list the pertinent information from the newspaper obituaries. For obits back in 1909 & 1920 I don't think you're generally going to get a lot of information. There could be an obit for Catherine in the Hannibal paper, but I don't have access to that paper online. On, which I can use through the Mid-Continent library in Independence, I checked the Moberly paper from 1909 & 1920 but didn't find anything for Azariah or Catherine. I'm not going over to Columbia anymore to look up obits on microfilm, but if I do happen to get over there, I'll try to remember to look for obits. Dennis Stephens

Added by DStephens on Apr 02, 2015 6:15 PM

RE: Lucretia Walker
Hi, I don't have immediate access to Macon County obits, but if you want to give me a name and birth & death dates or whatever information you have, I'll see if I happen to have the obit, and if not, I'll try to see if I can find anything.

Added by DStephens on Apr 01, 2015 6:05 PM

RE: Ally Owens
That's to bad, I never understand why folks won't transfer a memorial to family but it always happens. If you want any of mine, just let me know. LOL

Added by Desertthorn on Feb 04, 2015 1:58 PM

Donna Bradley
Christiany married Amos johnson, not Nehemiah as Nehemian married Martha Mathews.
Marriage record; Nehemiah Johnson and Martha Matthews dated 12 Feb.1850 in Madison Co. Mo. By John Sammple. Book C Page 32.

Added by Donna Bradley on Dec 22, 2014 10:47 AM

RE: Ratliff
Reuben Ratliff 1732-1810 is my greatgrandfather 2 times.. his son John 1760-1832 is my 5th thru my fathers line. and his son William 1762-1816 is my 4th thru my mothers line. its a small twisted world.

Added by glsunderland on Oct 15, 2014 5:19 PM

we appear to have a common great grandfather.. nice to meet you cousin. Gary

Added by glsunderland on Oct 09, 2014 4:57 PM

Joseph M Dillard
Memorial # 84148640
you list Dora B as his daughter. However, Dora is actually the wife of Joseph S Dillard.


Dianne Kerr

Added by kerrdk on May 28, 2014 10:32 AM

RE: Sgt Isaac Marion Hines - Annapolis National Cemetery
Hi Jude:

I posted the pictures of the tombstone for Isaac M. Hynds. His actual plot is located in section M, site 413. His last name was spelled Hynds in the cemetery records.


Added by TLadd on Apr 24, 2014 4:43 PM

RE: Re Holcombe
Hi - I've also run across Find A Grave members who don't or won't attend to the memorials they've created. You might get a difference response from Find A Grave now that it's run by Seems I read somewhere that if you make an edit request and get no response in 30 days, it gets kicked upstairs. I only came across the memorials as they are a very distant part of a family tree I'm working on. I try to reference the original memorial, maybe I should go ahead and record both numbers in the future. All we can do is try ~ enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Added by personna on Apr 20, 2014 5:16 PM

Rita Hicks DonCarlos
Robert Hines
Thank you so much for the photo of Robert Hines headstone, Jude.
I appreciate you!

Added by Rita Hicks DonCarlos on Apr 14, 2014 7:27 PM

RE: hi
I will be watching for the picture of Oscar Hines. Thanks

Added by Glynda on Mar 19, 2014 2:03 PM


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