|Stephen Gillespie||Carl Ballenger Photo|
I care for the Jefferson County Vietnam Memorial.
Of the 206 soldiers from Jefferson County who died in Vietnam we have located 144 photos but need one from Carl Ballenger who you posted a picture of his grave.
Who you be able to tell me where a could locate a photo of Carl?
Added by Stephen Gillespie on Aug 04, 2015 8:11 AM
|Diane Addington||Stiles/Shipley Cemetery in Howevalley|
I read with interest notes between you and Mr. Shipley. I was in Hot Hot Howevalley about two weeks ago searching out the stones for Somira Stiles and Randolph B Shipley. Even though I went all the way to Breckenridge County, through "Custer", "Constantine" and Lord knows what other bergs, I came up empty. Even went down Stiles Lane and Shipley Road trying to find this family cemetery. Come to find out,(AFTER I am back in Michigan), it was right across from where I went to elementary school at Howevalley on David Goodman's property. David indicated it was quite overgrown and Carolyn Wimp suggested I wait till the frost hit as the underbrush was probably hiding SNAKES...Yikes! If anyone gets to this cemetery, please take photos of all interred there. I would be grateful. DAM
Added by Diane Addington on Aug 02, 2015 7:30 AM
|Linda Mecham||Lucy Catherine"Kate" Howell Kilgus|
Thank you for the information. The correction has been made per your request. Linda
Added by Linda Mecham on Jul 31, 2015 9:45 AM
|James McCollum||Location of "Old Vertrees burial ground"|
Today, strictly by accident, riding and talking to my 92 year old mother.....I may have discovered the location of a "lost" Hardin County Cemetary referred to as the Vertrees burial ground and referenced in 1932 as being lost. It is there, it is greatly overgrown, and I cannot find it listed any where as even being there. If you will get in touch. I would appreciate your assistance, as I see that you have previously done some work relating to one of my "great" ancestors - Eljeptha and Martha Ennis Richardson Vertrees.
Added by James McCollum on Jul 24, 2015 5:27 PM
|Debbie Gatti||RE: Mary Gault|
Hi Sure. Mary Annerye/Ayer Gyles/Giles is the daughter of robert ross Gyles and Elizabeth Eyre/Ayer
I am actually related to her in two ways through her brother Thomas samuel Charles & susan p Lamphere and through her sister Eleanor Gyles who married second James anson Lamphere. Eleanor is a pain in my side right now because her marriage record says eleanor welsh daughter of robert R Gyles and Eliza L. So I know she married a Welsh before marrying James Anson Lamphere, but then she just disappears and he then marrys a Elizabeth Antionette Webster-Soule she was married to a Alfred Soule he died she married James and then she also disappears with a child Ella Maud Lamphere, who ends up in Califorina in 1894 and then she disappears. UGHHHH
Added by Debbie Gatti on Jul 20, 2015 10:43 PM
|Lynn J. Gauthier||RE: Lillian Ruth Brandi|
Thank you for the "heads up" - I have deleted it
Added by Lynn J. Gauthier on Jul 14, 2015 9:52 AM
|Daniel E. Crain||RE: Sarah Haines Curl|
I think the NOAH found on #14211426 in Miami Cemetery, Corwin, Ohio is NOT the brother of Sarah Elizabeth Haines-Curl. This belief is based on the assumption the birth date on the tombstone is correct. I would note, however, I've found multiple times over the years where there were wrong dates on the tombstone. Stacy Haines, the father, was born Oct, 1795 and married Dec 1817, if this NOAH was born 1816, that would be a year before Stacy's marriage, PLUS, the obit of David Terrell Haines Sr., brother of NOAH, shows David Terrell Haines, (1818-1899) to be the eldest of twelve children.
Thanks, I'll do some follow up. It looks like a connection of some sort.
Added by Daniel E. Crain on Jul 08, 2015 7:09 AM
|Chris Lueken||RE: Leo Thurman|
Hi, Mr. Richards!
I will go and look at your memorial now. Thank you SO much for posting it. I actually do know his story. I have been to where his wife is buried: Off of Indiana 111 near "Rosewood" Indiana. However, I have never been to where he is buried! You have inspired me to whip up a quick article about him. We need to have that info in the museum, too.
Have a great day! Come to the West Point History Museum sometime. It's a nice little hometown museum :)
Added by Chris Lueken on Jul 07, 2015 12:19 PM
|Susan Bauer||RE: Anna Sieboldt|
Hi again. I found it. My grandfather, Herman William Sieboldt had many siblings. Sadly most of them died early. It is possible Anna is one of his sisters. I remember my grandfather speaking of a sister who got a scratch or something which developed into an infection which killed her. He also spoke of a brother who at age 16 fell off a wagon hitting his head and died. Something that is also strange is that it appears my son is the only one for his generation from my great grandfather August Sieboldt. Herman William and his sister Madeline were the only ones to have children. Madeline, her husband and daughter were killed together in an auto accident. My dad Herman Lester had only me and I have only one child. My uncle (Herman Lester's) brother had only one child who never had any children.
Added by Susan Bauer on Jul 06, 2015 8:16 PM
|Nancy Jackowiak||John Lewis|
thank you for updating the memorial....
my cousin worked on all of this and has organized all of it so well....I will link the families in a few days....my brain was on overload....but if you are interested in this line, there is a ton of info here.
Added by Nancy Jackowiak on Jul 05, 2015 5:48 PM
|Chris Lueken||RE: Jesse Young|
Sure! No problem.
Have a wonderful 4th of July!
Added by Chris Lueken on Jul 04, 2015 9:18 AM
|Glendora||RE: Darrel Meredith|
Hi. Thanks so much for the photo. It is really a beautiful one!!! I have accepted the name change and appreciate you sending in the edit to match the stone. Your work is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Added by Glendora on Jul 01, 2015 6:15 PM
|Susan Bauer||RE: Sieboldt's|
Thank you for the info. I know August died in the farm house In 1915 so perhaps the farm was sold at that time. My grandfather and his sisters hated working on the farm. It was a hard life. August was very demanding, probably out of necessity. I do not think the family would have continued with the farm. I suppose it is also possible that August rented the farm and did not own it. As a side note--when the Sieboldts arrived in America August worked in Louisville making whiskey barrels. Ironically my maternal grandfather was born in Louisville. He came to New Mexico with his wife who later died of TB. He then married my grandmother. My father was stationed in NM at the end of WWII and met my mother. So I am the product of war and disease.
Added by Susan Bauer on Jun 30, 2015 8:18 AM
|Russell Perkins||Memorial #67299630 Marie H. Humphrey|
Re my name request for Lyda Marie Huber Humphrey,
Her full name is as shown above. I suppose she did not use the name Lyda. The "H" shown as middle initial represents her maiden name "Huber."
If you prefer to leave the name as is, perhaps you could add a notation in the bio section that her full name is "Lyda Marie Huber Humphrey."
If you choose to do that, you can just reject my request to get it off the books.
Added by Russell Perkins on Jun 12, 2015 10:05 AM
|Kimberly||RE: Earl Meyer Jr|
Thank you, It was Earls son, Earl that I wasn't sure could be there or not. Thank you your the info and picture.
Added by Kimberly on Jun 08, 2015 9:03 PM
|Kimberly||Earl Meyer Jr|
Thank you so much! I was not positive Uncle Earl was there, that's what we were told. Was there any other Meyer buried next or near him?
Added by Kimberly on Jun 07, 2015 2:16 PM
|Phillip Crow||Jessie Eleanor Crow Huff, 33765735|
Thanks James for the new picture of Aunt Jessie's new headstone. I appreciate it very much.
Added by Phillip Crow on Jun 04, 2015 10:20 PM
|Love My Ancestors||Whitworths|
Thank you for that information. I have transferred the 3 Whitworth's over to the Ruben Jones cemetery. I went through the list of who is still in Fort Knox to see if I had any more, and I did not. Thank you!
Added by Love My Ancestors on May 26, 2015 8:41 AM
|sherri schaefer bagby||Bogard|
Thank you for creating Bogard family memorials !
Added by sherri schaefer bagby on May 25, 2015 11:44 AM
|Andrew Newton||RE: Thank you|
Yes Sir. These are photo's of my Mother and Father's internment.
Added by Andrew Newton on May 25, 2015 7:25 AM
|Andrew Newton||Thank you|
The photo of my Dad's marker arrived on Memorial Day. A fitting remembrance.
Added by Andrew Newton on May 25, 2015 6:46 AM
|Tyrea White||John Cecil (Jack) Harbor|
I'm not sure of that information. Jack's wife passed away on Friday,May 22,2015 .She was buried today. TYREA WHITE
Added by Tyrea White on May 24, 2015 10:15 PM
|Donde||RE: Donia Maria Lewis Berry|
First, thank you for the picture and info. It's wonderful to have people who generously volunteer their time and effort to enter information and pictures and share with those of us who afar.
Yes, Donia Maria Lewis Berry was my great great grandmother. We have a photo (copy) of her sitting on her front porch in KY smoking a corncob pipe and part of a quilt she made. Cherished!
Donde Hart Smith
Added by Donde on May 10, 2015 6:40 PM
|Pat Simmons||RE: Mary Edith Chenault|
Hi James, Yes you did get her correct parents. As always I so appreciate all your help on the Kentucky Chenaults. Thank you for finding and posting the memorial for Mary Edith. The Red Book lists her only as Edith b. Dec 1898 who married Garland "Parnell"!? I guess a person could have searched forever and NOT find her burial under Parnell. :) THANKS! Pat
Added by Pat Simmons on Apr 29, 2015 7:58 AM
|cabingirl||Joseph Ora Thomas|
Mr. Richards, thank you for the transfer of the memorial. It was a nice surprise and it is appreciated!
Added by cabingirl on Apr 25, 2015 11:43 PM