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Miss Understood (#47010360)
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Eileen M.
Lewis Lane
Sorry about that....I removed the duplicate memorial....

Added by Eileen M. on Nov 22, 2014 4:16 PM

Kim Smith Van Vorst
RE: Willie Ann Holmes Prince
Thank you!

Added by Kim Smith Van Vorst on Nov 22, 2014 3:49 PM

Kim Smith Van Vorst
Willie Ann Holmes Prince
I'd like to add the parents for the above 3rd great aunt of mine. Her number is 33676560.

Her father is: Zabud Holmes 135230356
Her mother is: Mary Polly Phelps Holmes 135230393

Thank you so much!
Kim Van Vorst

Added by Kim Smith Van Vorst on Sep 15, 2014 12:17 PM

Lori Johnson
L Connie Crisel 41302099
May I have permission to use the grave photo for Connie in my family tree? Thank you for all your work on Find A Grave!

Added by Lori Johnson on Jul 13, 2014 8:11 PM

Kathy
unmarked grave
Does anyone know where stillborn babies are buried in the Opdyke cem? My aunt had a baby that was buried there ,but there is no grave marker.Is there any way to find information?

Added by Kathy on Jun 23, 2014 10:51 PM

Susan
Nancy Stull
I have entered Nancy Ann (Porter) Stull in Stull Cemetery as she is listed on a stone with her husband. I just found your entry in Richardson Hill. I presume she really is buried there as the Stull Cemetery stone gives no death dates. How do you handle duplicate stones and cemetery entries? I will abide by your wishes as I believe your memorial pre-dates mine. Just let me know the proper procedure.

Added by Susan on Mar 13, 2014 10:28 AM

Susan BHB
Mary Melvina Whitlock Redburn Carpenter
I am researching Hezekiah Carpenter's wife Mary Whitlock whose first husband was Casey Redburn; who died in the Civil War. Do you happen know if she's buried in the Jordan Chapel Cemetery? Thanks for any help you can provide.

Susan
a1776lady@att.net

Added by Susan BHB on Jan 13, 2014 6:03 PM

Mary(Coggin)Russell
Flora Copple
are you a relative of this person?

Added by Mary(Coggin)Russell on Dec 19, 2013 5:32 PM

Gale
Joel Prince Family
I would like you to transfer the following to me since they are my direct family.

27352480 Mary T Prince
27352482 Paul J Prince
27352476 Joel J Prince
27352472 Ella Edna Prince

Thanks for your cooperation.

Added by Gale on Aug 25, 2013 5:06 PM

postitnote
Photographs
I was hoping to obtain permission from you to use some of your Find-a-Grave photos on my family's personal genealogy web site. The photos I'd like to use are for the following:

Ollie & Ira A Bodine
Alfred & Beulah Bodine

I'll ask again as I find others I'd like to use. If you approve of my using these photos, please let me know how you would like to be credited, either with your name or your Find-a-Grave name, if different.

Thank you so much!

Added by postitnote on Jan 05, 2013 11:09 PM

Susan BHB
Hezekiah Carpenter
RE: Spouse - Mary Melvina Whitlock Redburn. Please contact me at a1776lady@aol.com regarding dates and information. Thank you.

Susan

Added by Susan BHB on Oct 30, 2012 8:46 AM

Rebecca Wright
Royal Alden
Dear Miss!

Love your sobriquet....thank you so much for the transfer of Royal Alden's memorial, I appreciate your time and also your setting up the memorial.

Rebecca
Royal's 4th great-grandaughter

Added by Rebecca Wright on Oct 14, 2012 6:53 PM

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Charlotta Marsh
Hi,
I was fascinated tonight to find your post and picture for Charlotta Marsh. The picture of the family with Charlotta and Thomas Marsh and others is fascinating -- do you have any more info about who the other people are? If you have a file with this picture, I would love to put it in my family tree and the album I'm making for my kids. Also, what happened between Charlotta and Thomas? Any idea? Did they divorce? Anything you can tell me would be much appreciated. Thank You!
Martha Robbins

Added by gradient on Aug 19, 2012 8:36 PM

carol sellers
Un seen pictures
Alice Chasteen. Did you put a photo on Alice 's grave? If so why not show it to the public? Carol Sellers jsellers6@yahoo.com

Added by carol sellers on Jul 08, 2012 6:27 AM

CatheaC
Asel Cross family
I saw your postings at Richardson Hill Cem on Asel and Elizabeth Jane (Cross) Cross. I am trying to research this family and would be very appreciative if you would get in touch with me. I had that Asel's wife was Elizabeth Richason??
I at first thought that Pleasant was Asel's FATHER - but I read that he was his older BROTHER - that there were about 21 kids! I am so confused! My email is CatheaC@sbcglobal.net
THANK YOU!

Added by CatheaC on Jul 04, 2012 7:13 PM

Francis Gill
William and Nancy Rankin
Thank you for turning over William and Nancy Rankin's memorial in New Hope Cemetery, Hamilton, Illinois. I appreciate it.

F.C. Gill

Added by Francis Gill on Jun 10, 2012 2:28 PM

Michael R. McKinzie
Volinda Hanes Memorial
Thanks for the transfer!

Added by Michael R. McKinzie on Jun 06, 2012 8:22 PM

daniray
Permission to use pic
May I have your permission to use the pics you posted on William Ellis' page? He is my husband's many times grandpa.

Thank you,

Dani Hendrickson

Added by daniray on Jun 04, 2012 10:21 PM

Judith
Old Simmons Cemetery


Thanks so much for the great pictures from the Old Simmons/Old Panther Fork Cemetery. My grandparents lived in the house you can see from the cemetery...of course, it looked much different then with lots of trees, horses, dairy cows, etc. I love seeing the pictures and they have come in very handy for proving family genealogy.

Thanks.

Added by Judith on Apr 19, 2012 2:35 PM

Don Bedwell
Orrill
Miss, you posted a photo for 59171518 and it shows a Orrill monument in the background, and as I ame researching this family line, I would like to know the names on that stone. Not knowing who they are I can't make a memorial for them and then ask for a photo. Is it possible if you could take a photo of it for me? Thanks Don

Added by Don Bedwell on Feb 24, 2012 3:40 PM

Verna Mosby
America Barbee
You have not posted a picture of America's headstone. I found one on Rootsweb under the Sugar Camp Cemetery section. As I'm not sure how old that picture is, can you tell me if the headstone is still standing in the cemetery?
Thank you for your help.
Verna Mosby
vmosby@comcast.net

Added by Verna Mosby on Jan 29, 2012 2:10 PM

Ginger Vick
Gideon R. Miller
Gideon R.Miller saw He a Jr. Ihave looking at my family sheet and i wasn't sure if he was Gideon R.Miller of (1872-1933)Dahlgren Twp. , Hamilton , Illinois .Could Help me out.

Added by Ginger Vick on Oct 05, 2011 8:52 PM

Ginger Vick
Emma Miller
Margaret Emma Bond Miller

Birth: 1871 Dahlgren , Hamilton , Illinois, USA

Death: 1952 Dahlgren , Hamilton , Illinois, USA


w/o Gideon

Family links:
Parents:
Pvt Ruben Shirley Bond
14057972
Dianah Moore
27208098

Spouse:
Gideon R. Miller
35803485

Childrens :
Mary Susan Miller
35651646
Nellie Lee Miller
35651689

Burial:
Richardson Hill Cemetery , Dahlgren , Hamilton , Illinois, USA
Created by: Miss Understood
Record added: Apr 12, 2009


Find A Grave Memorial# 35803403

Added by Ginger Vick on Oct 05, 2011 8:38 PM

Ginger Vick
Arthur Cook
"Hull Town, Sinks' Street,
Taylor Hotel, and
Nothing to eat."
(This was only in fun, of course.) Arthur Cook lived just east of Lovilla at the time, and F. M. Cook the first house south.
At this time in Lovilla's history, many will remember the lawn parties and ice cream socials there. Young folk came for miles around and "Snap", "Four-in-the-Boat", etc., were the games played on these occasions. Most of the young men arrived in buggies or on horseback since very few had cars. The young ladies were usually on the "lookout" for the fellow who had a rubber-tired buggy and a spirited horse with red tassels on its bridle. At these gay events, after you had eaten all the "home made" ice cream and cake that your "beau" could afford and had played "Snap" with every boy there, your sweetheart escorted you home, with the stars and a romantic moon overhead and the smell of honey suckle in the air. You always reached home by 10:30 or 11:00, which was "shamefully late" in those days.
Today, nothing remains to show that Lovilla ever existed. You see only neglected fields on all sides. The roads are almost impassable, with trees and bushes overhanging and bridges and culverts broken down or washed away. There are no buildings, no sounds, no signs of life—only solitude and memories remain.
Thus ends a tale of long ago,
A tale that only few could know,
For those of Old Lovilla's day
Long years ago were "laid away."
But we recall how they could tell
This story that they loved so well.
So, we can only hope and pray
We've told it half as well as they.

His Parents: William Henry Cook
Find A Grave Memorial# 77023956
Martha L. Burton Cook
Find A Grave Memorial# 77027820

Added by Ginger Vick on Sep 24, 2011 5:16 PM

Ginger Vick
John Cook Sr. & Mary Angel Cook
More About MARY ANGEL:
Burial: Richardson Hill Cemetery, Dahlgren Township, Hamilton County, Illinois8

Mary left a Will, dated December 18, 1890 which she wrote at age 79 years. Witnesses to the will were Eli Hook of Dahlgren and David Lowry. Death date is listed as August 23, 1893. The will contained a list of personal property. Executor: Son, Henry Cook. Names of heirs and relationships mentioned: Sons: John R. Cook, William Cook, Henry Cook; Daughters: Harriett Wilkey and Hannah Colbert. The Will was probated August 31, 1898. (Will box #2, File #14) [Ref: Abstracts of Wills, Hamilton County, IL 1821-1915 by Hazel Lea Neff].

Marriage Notes for JAMES COOK and MARY ANGEL:
Marriage certificate signed by Nich. Thevenin, J. P. A copy of this marriage record was also found in the Civil War Pension Application of James Cook, Jr. filed by his mother, Mary Angel.
Will of Mary Cook Written: December 18, 1890 Probated: August 31, 1893 Last Will and Testament of Mary Cook In the Name of God, Amen. I, Mary Cook, of the County of Hamilton and State of Illinois of the age of seventy nine years and being of sound mind and memory do make, publish and declare this my Last Will and Testament in manner following. That is to Say: First—It is my will that my debts and funeral expenses be fully paid. Second—After the payment of said debts and funeral expences I give and bequeath to my sone, John R. Cook, the sum of one dollar and to my sone, William Cook one dollar and to my daughter Harriet Wilkey one dollar and to my daughter Hannah Colbert one dollar and to my sone, Henry Cook all the remainder of my property of whatever kind it may be whether it be of household goods, money or other chattels, in considdedration of his kindness in taking care of me during my old age and afflictions and – Lastly—It is my will that my said sone, Henry, be the sole executor of this my Last Will and Testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this the eighteenth day of December the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninty. ____Mary X (her mark) Cook____ (Seal) The above instrument was at the date thereof signed, sealed, published and declared by the said Mary Cook as and for her Last Will and Testament in presence of us who at her request and in her presence and in the presence of her have subscribed our names as witnesses thereto the above instrument was at the date thereof declared by Mary Cook, the Testator wherein mentioned to be her Last Will and Testament and she at the same time acknowledged to us and each of us that she had signed and sealed the same and we therefore at her request and in her presence and in the presence of each other signed our names thereto as attesting witnesses. _______Eli L. Cook____________Dahlgren, Hamilton County

Children of JAMES COOK and MARY ANGEL are:

2. i. JOHN R.2 COOK, b. Abt. 1832, Ohio; d. Aft. 1900.

3. ii. WILLIAM COOK, b. 1836, Ohio; d. Aft. 1870.

4. iii. HARRIETT COOK, b. August 11, 1838, "Gallapolee" (Gallipolis?), Gallia County, Ohio; d.
January 06, 1927, Dahlgren, Hamilton County, Illinois.

iv. JAMES COOK9, b. 1844, Ohio10; d. July 02, 1864, Pine Bluff, Arkansas10.

Notes for JAMES COOK:
James Cook, Jr. enlisted in Company H, 13th Illinois Cavalry at Duqoin, Perry County,
Illinois on February 26, 1864. He died of dysentery at the Post Hospital, Pine Bluff,
Arkansas on July 2, 1864.

5. v. HENRY W. COOK, b. August 25, 1846, Gillespieville, Ross County, Ohio; d. June 15, 1920,
Dahlgren, Hamilton County, Illinois.

6. vi. HANNAH COOK, b. May 02, 1850, Illinois.


Added by Ginger Vick on Sep 24, 2011 5:02 PM

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