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Carol Guinn Jenkins (#47007536)
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Wally S.
RE: Lydia Hopkins
It was my pleasure to provide the photo, Carol!
Wally

Added by Wally S. on Oct 23, 2014 2:40 PM

Dori & Ed Chrisp
Grider Probate Index list
Hello Carol

I do have a Davis County, Iowa, Probate Index list
which had the following Griders listed.

GRIDER IVEN H. DECEASED Box 31
GRIDER JOHN S. MINOR Box 30
GRIDER TOBIAS MINORS Box 30

Dori Chrisp 47796684

Added by Dori & Ed Chrisp on Oct 18, 2014 12:45 PM

Dori & Ed Chrisp
Linking Griders
Hello Carol
You asked me to link Tobias and Christopher Grider to their parents Jacob and Mahala Grider.

I cannot do this because both of their parents Jacob and Mahala Grider are in unknown burials.

Unknown burials are against the Find A Grave rules.

Please go to the HELP WITH FIND A GRAVE and put in UNKNOWN BURIALS for FIND A GRAVE rules.

Thank you.

Dori Chrisp 47796684

Added by Dori & Ed Chrisp on Oct 18, 2014 12:29 PM

Dori & Ed Chrisp
Grider
Hello Carol
You asked us.
Is there any place where there is records of the burials in this cemetery? Do you know if they have someplace I could write to and find out if my ancestor is buried here with his brothers and his uncle?
Irwin Grider and his wife Emelia Jane Cammack Grider is who I am searching for. The mother of the three sons--Grider's should also be buried there--name is Mahala Pennington Grider. Thanks for any information as to how to find where they are buried.

We are not from Iowa. We had relatives in the Bloomfield Cemetery and photographed some of the older stones when we were there. Sorry we cannot help you.

Ed Chrisp 47796684

Added by Dori & Ed Chrisp on Oct 18, 2014 12:13 PM

Dennis Moore
Ellen J Shults Moore
Hi, Eli T Moore is my 3rd Granduncle. I added what info I could find and linked her with her paremts, Thank You for providing the info, Sincerely, Dennis Moore

Added by Dennis Moore on Jul 26, 2014 8:32 PM

Debbie
Hi, Are you relation to the Daniel Beck of Belmont County Ohio
My toe in the door is through Taylor's I did transfer Daniel Beck # 101344950 to you but would like to keep son Daniel.
Debbie #46911311

Added by Debbie on Jul 19, 2014 10:00 PM

Judy Russell
RE: Charlotte Guthrie Taber
Hi Carol,

I am guessing you are talking about Mary Charlotte Guthrie Taber. I am researching the Morrison family. A Morrison married a White and a White married a Taber. And then a Taber married a Guthrie. So she is related to me by marriage. Hope this answers your question.

Judy

Added by Judy Russell on Jul 02, 2014 2:51 PM

Pattie Ford
RE: Charles Guinn
Your Welcome! Take good care of him

Pattie

Added by Pattie Ford on Jun 27, 2014 10:28 PM

Pattie Ford
Charles Guinn
Hi Carol

I have transferred Charles Guinn to you as you are closer related than I am. His wife Mary Sater is a 3rd cousin 2x removed to me. My nitch is the Sater family. Think I have done all of them. Ha... sorry I won't transfer Mary

Pattie

Added by Pattie Ford on Jun 27, 2014 10:14 PM

Mary Crockett
Malcolm Brown
I'm sorry I can not link Malcolm to his father. The Find A Grave number you set is not for James T. Brown.

Added by Mary Crockett on Jun 27, 2014 2:06 PM

Helen Weaver
Boyer
YOU ARE WELCOME.

Added by Helen Weaver on Jun 26, 2014 1:38 PM

Roy
RE: Thompson Family
Wish I could help, but I do not have this memorial (Mary Ann Guthrie Thompson).

Added by Roy on Jun 26, 2014 12:54 PM

Shannon
Bessie Beauchamp
Since you are related to Bessie, I just went ahead and transferred her memorial to you.

Added by Shannon on Jun 25, 2014 6:03 PM

Casseopias
Gertie Long
Hi Carol,
I've added the marriage date along with the license. I have added her maiden and nickname and linked her to her husband. I have also linked her husband to his parents.

I cannot find her parents in Find A Grave. Would you have any information on them? If not that's fine. Thanks for your help.

Karen

Added by Casseopias on Jun 24, 2014 10:57 AM

Shelia Dean Bobo (Shadow Stalker)
Washington Parisho
I can add John's sibling information to the bio section. At least that way it is available for family to see. If you would like me to add the info just send it to me through the edit section of his memorial

Added by Shelia Dean Bobo (Shadow ... on Jun 18, 2014 3:16 PM

Blytha & Donald Ellis
RE: May Family
No, I am not related to the May family who are buried at Hopewell Cemetery in Macon County, Mo. I have many other relatives buried there so I care deeply about that cemetery, and therefore I have photographed it in its entirety and researched the people buried there to provide information on each memorial as much as I could.

Added by Blytha & Donald Ellis on Jun 15, 2014 8:52 PM

Janet McColley Franklin
Mathias Hook
Hi Carol, I transfered him over to you, he was an uncle, but isn't his first name Martin? But happy to turn him over to you. I changed it on his memorial, if it's wrong I'll let you change it back.

Added by Janet McColley Franklin on May 12, 2014 4:16 AM

Sandi Rohde
Adams Family
Do you have a copy of the Adams Family book by Mrs. Arbuckle? William Clifford and Cinderella Bunnel Adams are my 4th great grandparents. I have a copy of the Adams Family book.

Sandra Louise Perkins Rohde
Marguerite Pauline Hughes
Delmar Roscoe Hughes
George Hughes
Mary Ann Adams Reed
William Clifford Adams

I am at work right now and I know I am missing someone in my list but can't for the life of me remember who it is. You can reach me at slrohde@hotmail.com

Added by Sandi Rohde on Mar 07, 2014 8:49 AM

Donna Kuhlman
RE: John Blades
John Blades who married Sarah Alley was 1814-1898. THIS John Blades married Cassander Barrett in Rush Co. She was still living in Johnson Co. in 1860. Beyond that, I don't know who he is.

Don't know anything about the other listing. The old record does report it as reading "In Memory of Sarah Blades Who Died Dec. 21, 1818." I am dubious that it actually says 1818. 1848 is MUCH more likely, although I haven't researched to see if there's anyone who fits that profile. Stones from that era that began, "In Memory of..." were very common, and did not imply a commemoration of someone who was actually buried elsewhere, as it might have in more contemporary times. People often reach improbable conclusions when they apply modern usage to old-fashioned terms.

Hope you're well! BCGS is meeting at the library tomorrow at 10--come join us!

Added by Donna Kuhlman on Feb 21, 2014 6:46 PM

Stephanie Mitchell
Emma Elizabeth Neville
I am just curious as to how you knew my grandma Emma. She passed away a few years before I was born, but her daughter Irva is my great grandmother. She is still living in Illinois. I would love to hear more about her!

Added by Stephanie Mitchell on Jan 05, 2014 2:30 PM

Mandopkr
RE: John Carson Guthrie
You are most welcome for our efforts. Of the 30 request in the cemetery we only found 16. So many of the older ones are beyond legibility.
Yes you sure need a gps to find it. We took the back country roads and it was sure pretty but we could (would) have been lost without gps.

Added by Mandopkr on Dec 05, 2013 9:34 AM

Teresa Essex
RE: Clara Hook
No, problem; it is only right for family to have these memorials that is why i do this for the person's family now or in the future. I still do not have my own grandparents' memorials.

Added by Teresa Essex on Nov 17, 2013 8:37 PM

Brenda Shanafelt
Carolyn Brush
You must be cousins with Becky. I'm Leslie and Michael's stepmother. Small world, huh?

Added by Brenda Shanafelt on Nov 16, 2013 7:07 PM

Bruce Speck
RE: Clifton Benfer
You're welcome. I'm glad I could assist you.

Added by Bruce Speck on Oct 28, 2013 6:42 AM

Grave Finders
RE: Celina Shaw--Snyder Cemetery
Carol,
Please ,make request from the memorial itself. Go to the memorial and chose edit. This allows you to make the request and helps use fulfill the request faster.

Added by Grave Finders on Oct 18, 2013 8:28 AM

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