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Bill Krebs (#46976996)
 member for 8 years, 4 months, 17 days
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BACB
RE: Mem #134313559
Bill,
I am sorry. I don't know if he was a civil war vet.

Thank you,
Beth

Added by BACB on Feb 05, 2016 6:37 AM

Gary L. Evans
RE: Milton Brant Mem #131912245
Milton is the husband of my wife's 3rd cousin 3x removed.

Added by Gary L. Evans on Jan 31, 2016 9:49 PM

Kay
RE: enoch Bolin
His name is spelled BOLIN.....you are welcome.Kay

Added by Kay on Jan 30, 2016 3:47 PM

Lin McNamara
RE: John H Zedechier
No I'm not a family member. It is a memorial I have added. With all those I add, I add flowers to show someone cares. If you are related, I would happily transfer John's memorial to you. Lin

Added by Lin McNamara on Jan 28, 2016 7:30 PM

AH89
Re: Peter Barnhart
Peter Barnhart (Memorial# 117468659) is the brother of my 4th-great-grandmother Sophia Barnhart (Memorial# 19092711). I don't have any information about him, but I do have some information about their parents and the ancestry of their father (also Peter Barnhart). Let me know what information you're looking for.

Added by AH89 on Jan 27, 2016 7:23 PM

Anita M. (Fontaine) Keller
Joseph W. Bingham
Joseph's daughter Mildred married into my family. Anita

Added by Anita M. (Fontaine) Kelle... on Jan 26, 2016 5:02 PM

Julie Knox/Graves-Birkhimer
RE: John Delander
Hi Bill,
No, I'm not related. I posted the memorial from a list deaths and burials from Jackson County records of this cemetery. Would you like me to delete it?

Julie

Added by Julie Knox/Graves-Birkhim... on Jan 12, 2016 1:37 PM

carolyn leonard
RE: William Beebe
No relation to Mr. Beebe, just added the info I found in that history book. Don't know how anyone could read what was once on the tombstone --- what a shame.

Blessings, carolyn

Added by carolyn leonard on Jan 06, 2016 1:45 PM

Lynn Feingold
RE: Lorenzo Wilbur
Hi Bill,
I'm not related to Lorenzo Wilbur. I'm a member of the Randolph Historical Commission in Randolph, Massachusetts -- we are working on a large-scale project to find and document the graves of all of our Civil War veterans, and to create a brief biographical sketch of each man.

Added by Lynn Feingold on Jan 03, 2016 7:11 AM

Don Bedwell
Peter H Mathews
I would like to know if and how you are related?

Added by Don Bedwell on Jan 01, 2016 4:29 PM

Katie Litchfield
RE: Gabriel Staneart
Hello,

No, I'm not related to Gabriel Staneart and I don't really know anything about him. You can view his monument here http://ohiogravestones.org/view.php?id=12655 and I very much recommend visiting familysearch.org its free and has a lot of Ohio records that could probably tell you a lot about him.

Added by Katie Litchfield on Jan 01, 2016 4:26 PM

Wendy Henry Marshall
RE: Benjamin R Newland
I am related distantly to Benjamin R. Newland but not a direct descendent. My great grandfather's sister (HATTIE JONES D/O JOHN STANFIELD JONES AND MARGARET ANDERSON married a grandson of the Robert Newland b. 1847 who was brother to Ohio Cavalry Civil War Benjamin R. Newland b. 1837 (If I captured this correctly) I live in the area of the cemetery and I have a revolutionary war ancestor (JOHN KILLION #R5916) buried in that same Clark-Cooper Cemetery. It is in Lost River, Township Martin County, Indiana near the old Newland farm and I live nearby about 3 miles from the cemetery. The patriarch of the famous "Archer Gang" is also buried in that Clark-Cooper Cemetery in Lost River Township, Martin County, Indiana.

Some people mistake that "Clark-Cooper" Cemetery for another "Clark Cemetery" in Martin County, Indiana which is miles away off of Hwy 150 towards Bedford, Lawrence County, Indiana. So I wanted to put the record on Find-A-Grave for the Cemetery local persons refer to as the "Clark-Cooper" Cemetery adding the GPS locators so people don't confused about the physical location near present day Emmons Ridge Road and Anderson Cemetery, Lost River Twp, Shoals, Martin County, Indiana. As I remember, Clark-Cooper Cemetery is known for Quaker Alexander Clark from Orange County, Indiana and the families of the Thomas and George Stanfield who had the occupation of "Cooper" and owned the property for some time in Lost River Twp., Martin County, Indiana. This is why it became known as "Clark-Cooper" Cemetery. This Clark-Cooper cemetery is about 6 miles from French Lick, Orange County, Indiana where the current day (2015) county Seat is Paoli, Orange County, Indiana. My revolutionary ancestor John Killion (R5916) buried in "Clark-Cooper" Cemetery filed his papers in Orange County, Indiana to give an idea on the geography being so close to French Lick, Orange County, Indiana.

Besides the Newland's the Quaker NEW GARDEN MM, CHESTER COUNTY, PA AND descendents of Dixons, Thomas Lindley, Stanfield's and Simon Hadley settled in this area.


My great grandfather was George Warren Jones (s/o John Stanfield Jones and Margaret Anderson) George Warren Jones had a sister Hattie Jones who married Bertie LeRoy Newland. I remember Bertie Newland because he lived to be over 100 years old and came to all the Jones family reunions. He remained a good friend of my grandmother (Zora Chloe Jones Phillips b. 1903) d/o George Warren Jones as she lived out her years on a nearby farm here in Lost River Township, Martin County, Indiana adjacent to where I now live. (Wendy Henry Marshall, 2015)

If I have this correctly: Bertie LeRoy Newland is s/o Robert Newland who is a brother of Benjamin R. Newland (Ohio Calvary Civil War) b. abt 1837 s/o Benjamin Newland (Quaker) b. abt. 1805 Virginia and they ended up here in Lost River, Martin County, Indiana. I haven't really had the chance to focus too much on the Newland branch much since I descend directly from the Killions, Stanfields and Jones of Lost River Township, Martin County, Indiana. I just know of The Newland's from my grandmother's stories and my genealogical research.

Added by Wendy Henry Marshall on Dec 30, 2015 1:21 PM

Brad Campbell
RE: Jacob Weinbrenner
Always a pleasure. I'm also especially glad to help with a soldier's memorial.
Brad

Added by Brad Campbell on Dec 23, 2015 2:09 PM

Deb Curry
RE: William Jewell
Find A Grave Memorial# 90595736,

No I am not related to William Jewell. I went to the cemetery looking for my relatives and realized that most of the people buried were not on findagrave so I got out my cemetery book and added everyone and took as many pics as I could find and added the photos. If you are related you can request the transfer of his memorial, please make sure you include your member number, thanks.

Added by Deb Curry on Dec 22, 2015 5:17 PM

shadows
RE: Jacob Weinbrenner
No I am not.

Added by shadows on Dec 21, 2015 4:19 PM

flouise
Benjamin Fleig
Hi Bill! I believe I am, but I am still trying to find some solid proof. Are you related?

Added by flouise on Dec 21, 2015 3:11 PM

Jo Roth
RE: John P Story
Hi Bill,

Sorry he didn't have a marker I could find. The family monument is really nice. Let me know if you ever need anything else from Spring Grove.

Jo Roth

Added by Jo Roth on Nov 24, 2015 3:10 PM

June
RE: Peter Shires
I am sorry I am not related. I know his granddaughter and her daughter Shiras (given name)
but they neither one live here. someone has borrowed my Franklin County Book and so I do not have it right now.

Added by June on Nov 21, 2015 10:41 AM

Thomas & Darlene
Shiras
Bill:
No, not related to Shiras in Ottawa, Ks.
We just photographed stones there.
Thanks
Darlene

Added by Thomas & Darlene on Nov 13, 2015 9:03 AM

June
Peter Shires
You had a request for photo of Peter however he is in already with everything, spell the name Shiras and you will find it. Shiras family was quite prominent in Ottawa there are members in Hope and Highland one of his great granddaughters has the given name of Shiras.

Added by June on Nov 11, 2015 2:31 PM

Shamrockin
RE: George W Hughes
You are very welcome. I'm going to check with the township trustees to see if they can put the monument back upright.

Julie

Added by Shamrockin on Sep 16, 2015 9:11 PM

R. Wright
Photo Request - Chamberlin Cem, Lawton, MI
Regarding your photo request: Benjamin Hathaway, b. 1835, d. 1929, # 150224427.
You show his location as "Plot: Sec 1 Row 11, Gr 3"
I did a short walk around but didn't see his memorial, but would be happy to go back if you happen to have a section map for this cemetery. Otherwise I can try again when it's not raining. It's really not that large of a cemetery.
Regards, Richard

Added by R. Wright on Sep 12, 2015 8:01 AM

Julie A Raupp
Charles Arabelle and Ernest Leach
You are more than welcome. It was a beautiful day to take photos. Just so you are aware. I also got a picture of Ernest Leach (their son), Ernest's wife, and her parents markers. [Just finished making auto edits to connect this family together.] Please see the caption with Arabelle's photo with monument and Charles marker. You can see their son's marker in that photo. It is across the road and next to the cornfield.

Added by Julie A Raupp on Sep 01, 2015 3:21 PM

Evelyn Bobo Housum
RE: alvin Miller
Your very welcome I also have a pic of Amanda Miller is that Alvin Miller's wirfe

Added by Evelyn Bobo Housum on Aug 30, 2015 10:16 PM

Barbara Wolf
Lindenwood, Kuhns and Schwarz
I was in the office at Lindenwood yesterday and was looking through their books. I did not find any Kuhns and the only Schwarz was a Charles Edward who died Nov. 7, 1930 at the age of 11y 9m 26d. You may want to call them to have them double check their other books. I would have done that but they have asked me not to bother them anymore. 260-432-4542 Good Luck, Barb

Added by Barbara Wolf on Aug 27, 2015 10:27 AM

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