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patti (#47027924)
 member for 7 years, 19 days
Pamela
RE: Chowning/Barham grave photos
Patti,
Oh, I nearly forgot to tell you Levi and Julia share the same tombstone. Her information is on one side and his on the other. The building you see in the background is the Chapel Hill Church--Baptist, I think. Also, on the Church grounds is an old boarded up one room school house that kids within walking distance attended. The old out house is still there as well. You can see a satellite view of the church and cemetery on Google Maps. The satellite view gives you an idea of how rural the location is--surrounded by farms. When I took the photos a big black angus bull watched me--good thing there was a barbed wire fence between us.
Pam

Added by Pamela on Nov 17, 2010 9:59 AM

Pamela
RE: Chowning/Barham grave photos
Oh you are certainly welcome! It was just a little disorienting for me to do the repeat but on the other hand I can always use the exercise I get from walking tombstone rows.

Added by Pamela on Nov 17, 2010 9:40 AM

Pamela
Julia Chowning
Hi Patti,

I took a picture of William Chowning's tombstone and uploaded it. I noticed that the photo has been deleted and the photo request reset. I think if the photo requests are not for tombstones then it should be stated as such. It does take time and effort to go to the cemetery, take a picture, resize the picture and upload it.

Pam

Added by Pamela on Nov 15, 2010 1:38 PM

Pamela
William Issac Chowning
Hi Patti,

I took a picture of William Chowning's tombstone and uploaded it. I noticed that the photo has been deleted and the photo request reset. I think if the photo requests are not for tombstones then it should be stated as such. It does take time and effort to go to the cemetery, take a picture, resize the picture and upload it.

Pam

Added by Pamela on Nov 15, 2010 1:36 PM

Pamela
Susan E. Lile Chowning
Patti,

Thank you so much for putting up the photo of Susan Lile Chowning. I am one of the many Lile descendants here in Missouri. Susan E. Lile was the daughter of William H. and Elvina Mullins Lile. She married Levi Chowning in Howell County, Missouri on January 25, 1883. I believe this was Levi's third marriage. They left Missouri between 1880 and 1910 and moved to San Bernandino County, California. I believe Levi and their sons worked as carpenters.

Pam

Added by Pamela on Nov 07, 2010 4:43 PM

Lola Lowe
Glad to be of help...
Patty... I would be happy to help you with information in this area. The Chowning family is a well know name here. To keep these notes uncluttered, lets communicate on my regular email address of searchin45 AT hotmail.com

Added by Lola Lowe on Aug 11, 2008 12:56 PM

WannaCub
Levi Chowning
Hello:

Sorry for the delay in adding this picture. I was apprehensive to add it in case it was the wrong one. The office gave the spelling of his first name as "Leive." It seems his grave is unmarked so I took a picture of the section the office told me it was in. If you want to update the record, they advised his grave is at Section N, Lot 26. They printed out a detailed map of the location that I can e-mail to you if you'd like, let me know.

Take care!

Added by WannaCub on Aug 04, 2008 9:40 PM

The Bull
Toulson graves
Patti

Glad I could help...you're welcome.

Bull

Added by The Bull on Jul 27, 2008 6:59 PM

Barbara LeClaire
Elizabeth Patton
Yes, they did cremations at that time. i ordered my great grandfathers death certificate from 1933. They had it locally but it was not readable. The certificate copy had to come from Sacramento,CA. You might contact the San Bernardino CO. one to start though.

Added by Barbara LeClaire on Jul 23, 2008 1:02 PM

Barbara LeClaire
Elizabeth Patton
Goofed thaqt up!!oops! Anyway I went to Pioneer Memorial she is not there. I went thru all the Pattons and found another family of Pattons. (15)They are entered for that cemetery, including information found on ancestry.com and family search. All the Patton's are now entered for Hillside the only Redlands cmetery, including additional Buss(s. I beleive her to be a coincidence of name. There was a Elizabeth at Pioneer but it is even further off. I called Mountain View in San bernardino, none listed. Also Evergreen and Olivewood in Riverside, a close town. Also Zero. There was some backyard burials like all towns but I do not find her in Redlands CA for any census. Odd. Orlando and Martha yes. The only other option was Campo Santo a catholic cemetery, and I have entered all the records they have already. I am stumped.

Added by Barbara LeClaire on Jul 22, 2008 10:41 PM

Barbara LeClaire
Elizabeth Patton

Added by Barbara LeClaire on Jul 22, 2008 10:21 PM

Barbara LeClaire
ELIZABETH PATTON
OKAY SHE IS NOT BURIED IN THE 2 LOCAL CEMETERIES. THERE ARE 15 PATTONS AT PIONEER MEMORIAL, AND ONE ELIZABETH (1852-1912)NO ELIZABETH (1933) AT MT.VIEW. STILL LOOKING.

Added by Barbara LeClaire on Jul 22, 2008 10:38 AM

Barbara LeClaire
ELIZABETH PATTON
I CALLED THE CEMETERY AND HAVE GOOD NEWS AND BAD NEWS. ELIZABETH PATTON (1933) IS NOT BURIED THERE. ELIZABETH BUSS PATTON IS BURIED WITH OTHER RELATIVES BUT STILL NEAR ORLANDO. ELIZABETH BUSS (20030 IS BURIED NEXT TO HER(NO STONE) AND ANOTHER GRAVE IS RESERVED FOR A M.ZIMMERMAN.DAUGHTERS??. I AM WAITING FOR A CALL BACK FROM ANOTHER CEMETERY IN THE AREA. STILL ODD THAT SHE WOULD NOT BE BURIED BY HER DAUGHTER MARTHA THOUGH. WE HAD 2 CEMETERIES IN 1933 IN SAN BERNARDINO(CLOSE BY) AM CALLING THE OTHER NOW.

Added by Barbara LeClaire on Jul 22, 2008 10:01 AM

Barbara LeClaire
Elizabeth Patton
It is odd that she should be buried beside Orlando Patton though. I took all the pictures of all the people buried in section 4 and she is in the vicinity of Martha and Rudolph. Did you call the cemetery??

Added by Barbara LeClaire on Jul 19, 2008 7:35 AM

Paul G. Healy
Welderly Graves
You are welcome. I hate having to give members the news that there is no stone. There is a lot of places that have no stones in the older part of St. Mary's/Holy Angels. It is a well maintained cemetery with only a few stones that have fallen. There is no office so I could not get an exact location so I walked the entire "old" section.

Added by Paul G. Healy on Jul 17, 2008 8:18 PM

 
 

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