Mr. Sprague: Thank you so much for the tombstone photos of Eddie A. Hisaw (#6392800) & wife, Cassie Belle Ford (#6393140) in Stirling City Cemetery, Butte County, CA.
I appreciate the time and effort you took in fulfilling my requests.
Added by KaysRoots on Feb 29, 2016 10:59 AM
|Dana Gleghorn||Robert Crooks|
Thank you Matt for the photo of "Uncle Bob's" Marker.
Added by Dana Gleghorn on Feb 23, 2016 3:30 PM
|M Swift||Wayne Nelson|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph Wayne and Jennie's stone.
Added by M Swift on Feb 19, 2016 3:09 AM
I saw your note on Demster Sprague's memorial. I thought you might find this interesting:
"Doane Robinson's encyclopedia of South Dakota"
Published by the author, Pierre, S. D., 1925
Transcribed for Genealogy Trails by Sara Hemp
The Company Descriptive Book of Company B, Dakota Cavalry, 1862-1865:
"Demster B. Sprague, age 34. Born in Seneca, Ohio. Farmer. Enlisted March 31, 1863 at Elk Point, S.D., under Capt. Tripp. Honorably discharged at muster out, 1865. Was a Sioux Falls pioneer of 1859. He was a teamster in the service, and regarded weak mentally. He died in Yankton about 1870 quite suddenly from the effects of excessive drinking of intoxicants given him by his associates during an early day carnival."
Added by pMcP on Sep 02, 2015 9:47 PM
|C. Bryan||Segoviano at All Souls - - -|
You had no death dates. I found Lydia's death date as 1987 on FamilySearch. However - the cemetery gives a location where there is no marker. Since I had no death date for Gonzalo, the cemetery cannot look for him. The location for Lydia is Section "C"Tier 9, grave #34. I put a flower marker at that spot for a photo. If you want it removed, let me know.
Added by C. Bryan on May 28, 2015 1:09 PM
|Reba Alsup||RE: Mary C Sprague|
No, I didn't know her. Reba
Added by Reba Alsup on Apr 04, 2015 8:19 AM
|Tonya||William D Sprague|
In looking at some trees submitted I ran across an entry stating that William D Sprague married a Margaret Hayden Smith Fleetwood. It suggests that she put in for his military pension. Do you know if this is correct?
Added by Tonya on Feb 18, 2015 10:22 PM
|Carrie and Allen||Enid Eloise Strube Musser|
Please change her burial place from Juniper Haven to Mountain View Cemetery in Oakland. See memorial. Thanks!
Added by Carrie and Allen on Dec 14, 2014 6:41 PM
|Joel Sprague||Delbert Sprague's father (Richard)|
This site tracks our folks back to England
Added by Joel Sprague on May 07, 2014 2:15 PM
|Joel Sprague||Aunt Jewel|
I think I have a pic of Aunt Jewel at home.....and her daughters and granddaughters! Jewel was my Fathers older sister
Added by Joel Sprague on May 07, 2014 12:52 PM
|Joel Sprague||Sprague Boys|
I was checking up on the Laneville Cemetery and relatives buried there.....found my grandparents (Joe and Nova Sprague).....how are you related to Joe S. Sprague?
Added by Joel Sprague on May 07, 2014 12:50 PM
|Jim Nelson||RE: Jewel Sprague Coolidge|
Sorry Matt, no pictures. Jim
Added by Jim Nelson on Oct 21, 2013 3:05 PM
|Lila Fleetwood Spence||RE: Armittie Sprague Fleetwood|
I'll be interested in hearing what you find out. My Dad always said she was Indian. He passed away Feb. 2011. Thank You. Matt
Added by Lila Fleetwood Spence on May 02, 2013 6:48 AM
|Lila Fleetwood Spence||RE: Armittie Sprague Fleetwood|
Hi Matt. The only photo I had of Armittie I posted on this site. Do you know if she was part Indian. She sure looked like she was. If you find any other photos of her or her Mother I would love to see them. Thanks. Lila
Added by Lila Fleetwood Spence on May 02, 2013 3:15 AM
|Lila Fleetwood Spence||Armittie Sprague Fleetwood|
Hello. Does anyone in your family have any photos of Armittie? She was my Dad (Earl Fleetwood's) Grandmother. I read somewhere that her Mother Rachel was a German lady. I believe Armittie looked a lot like an Indian. So did her son William Fleetwood. Do you know anything about their background? Thanks. Lila Fleetwood Spence
Added by Lila Fleetwood Spence on Apr 01, 2013 8:08 AM
|Kathy Riley||Emma E. Hancock|
Sorry I hit the button accidentally.
I am trying to figure out Emma.
I had her in my data base as Elizabeth Emma Hancock. Was the Hancock a first spouse? She is listed as the daughter of Indiana S. Shelton who was married to William Coats. I have not been able to connect Indiana to any of my Coats, but it is on her headstone. I am surmising that the Shelton was Indiana's married name. So was Elizabeth Emma actually Elizabeth Emma Shelton.
The child Leota Hancock Sprague was born prior to Emma's marriage to William Haywood Dobbs. Therefore, I am assuming the Emma E. Hancock is her marred name from a first spouse.
If you are related to these persons I hope you can help me out so that I can correct some of what I have.
Hoping for your help. And have a nice day.
Kathy Riley 47474669
Added by Kathy Riley on Mar 11, 2013 9:50 AM
|Kathy Riley||Emma E. Hancock 53621982|
Added by Kathy Riley on Mar 11, 2013 9:42 AM
|Pat Sager||RE: Donald Sprague|
You're very welcome.
Added by Pat Sager on Oct 23, 2012 4:41 PM
When I wrote my note, I forgot to tell you that I will make an effort to get a picture of Donald Sprague's grave.
Added by Pat Sager on Jun 04, 2012 2:13 PM
|Pat Sager||Donald Sprague|
My name is Pat Sager. Brother Sprague was a member of Pentecostals of Saraland and I am too. We didn't know him well but have wonderful memories of him at church. He loved the kids and was always joking with them. He would tell the girls "you're a handsome little boy" or tell the boys, you're a pretty little girl" just to get them going. He would also make one arm look shorter than the other and tell them one was shorter. He had all kinds of jokes to tell everyone...just a sweet, funny man. We love Sister Sprague too. Kept us laughing.
Added by Pat Sager on Jun 04, 2012 2:11 PM
|Bonnie Martin Cornish||Jonathan Ross|
The church cemetery called and said to their knowledge he was not buried there. However,
there was a fire and records could've been
burned up, but he does not remember the name.
Added by Bonnie Martin Cornish on May 01, 2012 3:40 PM
|Bonnie Martin Cornish||Johnathan Ross|
I made an attempt at walking thru the cemetery -
lots of illegible stones. Called the Church to get
some info on location - when they call back I'll try again hopefully next weekend. Sorry.
Added by Bonnie Martin Cornish on May 01, 2012 4:55 AM
|Bonnie Martin Cornish||J.Ross photo|
Are you sure the Union Pres Cemetery is in
Carnegie? I know there is one in Robinson Twp.
If you have a plot no. or such I can some time
try to find the grave for you.
Added by Bonnie Martin Cornish on Apr 26, 2012 5:08 AM
|Dawn Albrecht||RE: Nathan Spicer|
thanks bunches for the info, I updated it on his memorial.
Added by Dawn Albrecht on Mar 26, 2012 9:35 PM
|Rick Calvert||RE: Thank you|
I sent you an email with information from the book. Let me know if you can't read it.
Added by Rick Calvert on Mar 01, 2012 2:45 PM