|jim brother judi sister||transfer ?|
25980713 john parker heater tome please inot sure how it works now i dont see request transfer any more
Added by jim brother judi sister on Apr 13, 2015 10:51 AM
|Kevin & Amanda Lane||Goodpaster|
I also descend from William Shelton and Narcissus Crutchfield Goodpaster. Do you descend from Asa? Where did you find the info about Asa and family? If this is the same Goodpaster line. Asa was 1 of 9 children that I know of. Look forward to hearing from you.
Added by Kevin & Amanda Lane on Feb 05, 2015 9:29 AM
|Victoria Miller||Joshua Bussard Family Webster Cemetery Dark Co Ohio|
Hello and thank you so much for this information. These are my GGGrandparents. I was able to visit this cemetery briefly in Oct 2014 and found the headstone of their fourth daughter Martha, looked like it had been buried, dug up, and placed by a tree. I was not able to find the other stones for Joshua and wife Rebecca and their three young daughters. Did you get this information from records or did you actually see the stones? Many thanks as this family is especially close to my heart.
Added by Victoria Miller on Oct 14, 2014 9:02 AM
|Debbie ||Lucy and Ora Sneary|
If you are willing, I would like to manage Lucy Sneary #56815050 and her husband, Ora Sneary # 56815056. They are family. Thanks in advance!
Added by Debbie on Aug 29, 2014 10:32 PM
|Mary Mattingly||Mary Millett|
Thank you for the picture of the grave. Mary was my 5th great grandmother. I'm interesting in my mother's line since I had my dna tested (U5). Thanks again!
Added by Mary Mattingly on Feb 27, 2014 12:39 PM
|jim brother judi sister||john parker heater|
hi john parker was joe allen brother his son henry orin heater was my grandfather i'm researching heater side now 16 years of kackley / heater family i see joe allens wife and kids on her very happy any in sight to david and mary son Joseph allen HEATER parents im stuck on where they are from or where they came from ?? any help
Added by jim brother judi sister on Jan 20, 2014 11:34 AM
|Greg Furniss||Wallace Akers # 56809212|
Believe this is the gent carried on the rolls of 46th Illinois Infantry, Co. F, as Private "William W[allace] Acres, died 15 April 1891.See headstone order cards collection, ancestry.com
Added by Greg Furniss on Jan 10, 2014 11:16 AM
|Kurt Riegel||Lower Genegantslet Cemetery|
Lucy Potter (27946615) and Thomas Potter (27946616) headstones are in need of restoration. I am a gravestone conservator fully trained and certified in working with historic gravestones. Let me know if you would like a free estimate to restore these stones.
Added by Kurt Riegel on Jul 18, 2013 5:06 PM
|Tonya Spore||RE: Abigail Jones Repologle #24884299|
Evidently we are distantly related. She is my 2nd Great Grand Aunt. I would be happy to share anything I have of value to you. Thanks again for lettine me copy the photo.
Added by Tonya Spore on Jan 21, 2013 2:19 PM
|Tonya Spore||Abigail Jones Repologle #24884299|
Would you mind if I copy the cemetery picture to my family tree? Thank you for your consideration.
Added by Tonya Spore on Jan 17, 2013 11:58 AM
|Phil Swan||John Swan b 11 Mar 1721|
Added by Phil Swan on Dec 14, 2012 7:03 AM
|Kim A.||Catharine Hazelton Skinner|
Thanks so much for creating & transferring Catharine's page!
Added by Kim A. on Jul 23, 2012 1:26 PM
|Genealogy Bug Kate||Wilson Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the photo of Martha Spencer's marker. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by Genealogy Bug Kate on Feb 18, 2012 10:07 AM
|greg randolph||wilson family headstone photos|
good morning......thanks so very much for the photos. i appreciate your helping me to honor our ancestors and relatives and to build a better family tree for all to benefit from.
Added by greg randolph on Feb 07, 2012 12:06 PM
I found this website for some McEowen Biography.I remembered you when I found it. I have seen the photos you have posted for Sarah (my 4th great grand aunt)and Alexander. We have made contact before. I forgot if I already asked for permission to use your photos. I always ask first, and always give credit to the photographer. Here's the website:
There are three McEowens on the site. I sent the one for Alexander Hugh McEowen to the memorial owner.
Thanks again for your work.
Added by Grammy Helen on Jan 08, 2012 5:24 PM
|Steve Pearson||Pearson-McEowen connection|
Hello I have a round about connection to the McEowen family in that my 2nd great grandaunt Nancy Pearson dau of Abel and Sarah Pearson married Jacob Richard McEowen son of Alexander H mcEowen (1778-1863) and third wife Anna Compton. I happen to have in my possession a photo album that Nancy's sister Sarah Pearson Penny owned. In it there are a few pictures that are unidentified or only partially identified. I believe that there are McEowen pictures on at least two of them that have written in pencil "McGowen" on them. I also believe due to the order of the picture found in the album that I may have one as well of possibly Anna Compton. I was hoping that wee could exchange pictures or information in my quest to try and identify the unidentified ones. If you're interested contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I suspect what I have is one of Alexander H McEowen, one of Anna Comptom and possible one of Jacob R McEowen. The photo album has some old writing on it the reads " Oct 9th 1865, A present from Alexander H McEowen to Sarah Pearson. price $4.50 cts"
Added by Steve Pearson on Jan 07, 2012 12:04 PM
|Jim Leavell||Abraham Jr. Sink d. 1899|
He was b. 15 Sep 1826
Burial: Webster Cemetery
Added by Jim Leavell on Dec 06, 2011 4:28 PM
|Robin Agarwal||Neusbaum in Winamac Cemetery|
Looking for a photo or confirmation -- Ann and Nancy NEUSBAUM, wives of A.J. Neusbaum, sharing a monument in Winamac Cemetery. Better yet if you can find A. J Neusbaum himself, b. abt 1831 Ohio d. unknown.
Oddly, they are NOT in Findagrave's database for Pulaski County. However, they are listed in "Pulaski County Indiana Cemetery Inscriptions" book 6, published by the Pulaski County Historical Society in 1980:
"Ann is buried in the Winamac Cemetery, Row 7. On one side of the tombstone is written: Neusbaum, Nancy M., wife of A.J. Neusbaum, d 5-15-1862 paged 22 y 1 m. On the other side of the same stone is: Ann M., wife of A.J. Neusbaum, d 12-25-1889 aged 47 y"
Added by Robin Agarwal on Aug 01, 2011 3:17 PM
The information on Alexander H. McEowen sand his wife Anna, buried in the Greenville Union Cemetery
Greenville, Darke County, Ohio, came from a cemetery census...I can not tell you if there is a stone available or not. There are many volunteers in the area, and usually a safe bet to request a photo, however, most of the volunteers will not do photos again until spring.
Sorry, wish I could help you a little more than this.
There are McEowens married in to my husband's Reichard family, I can provide a little info on them if you are interested.
Added by genealogyfever on Jan 04, 2011 5:18 PM
|Grammy Helen||RE: McEowen Family|
Most certainly I will . contact me via my email so we can communicate.I do not see your email on your site. This is so exciting. Do you know if Alexander and Sarah had children?
Added by Grammy Helen on Jan 03, 2011 10:56 PM
I forgot to tell you that Sarah is my 4th great grand aunt.I have been finding so much thru Find A Grave.
I have recently found a website for New Jersey genealogy but they are closed until Jan 17. I hope to learn more from their Special Collection of Bible and Family records.
Added by Grammy Helen on Jan 03, 2011 10:14 PM
|Grammy Helen||RE: McEowen Family|
Thank you so much. I have been hitting a road block on the McEowens. Most genealogy's have Henry listed as the son of Alexander and Sarah. I appreciate your info. Best regards, Helen
Added by Grammy Helen on Jan 03, 2011 10:02 PM
|Grammy Helen||McEowen Family|
My name is Helen Leslie and am a Schenck descendent. I have encountered many genealogies on line that list Sarah Schenck and Alexander Hugh McEowen as parents of Henry H. McEowen. I find this not valid because my Alexander was born in 1810 and so was Sarah Schenck. That would have made them 13 years old. Can you help me sort this out ? Thanks. Helen Leslie
Added by Grammy Helen on Jan 01, 2011 2:42 PM
can you tell me what cemetery they are in thanks
Added by Ronipony on Nov 16, 2010 3:39 PM
Good to see you at the Celina Library.
Added by tut on Nov 14, 2010 7:38 PM