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BetsPix (#47108101)
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Cindy Nicholls
RE: Robinson graves, Jessamine County, Kentucky
You are right about the duplicate dates. I looking at my original records Mary A. Bourne was born 31 Dec 1816 and died 19 Aug 1900. I will correct those dates.
On my original record Benjamin Robinson and his wife Mildred were listed in the family cemetery on Bethany Pike, Jessamine County, Kentucky.

Added by Cindy Nicholls on May 15, 2015 8:50 PM

Cindy Nicholls
RE: Robinson graves, Jessamine County, Kentucky
What is the address for the entry with Robinson graves on Bethany Pike in Jessamine County, Kentucky? I cannot seem to find any except the one I added so need the address.

Added by Cindy Nicholls on May 15, 2015 8:00 PM

YankeeGraver
Benjamin Robinson Pvt
Hello again B,

Just wanted you to know that I inherited this database from one of my uncles that had died and no one wanted to work on it or deal with it. Most of my relatives could care less where they came from..."I only live in the now or I only want to know about the future not the past". Sadly, that is the way they feel. I, however, love knowing where I came from and meeting potential relatives!

I am now working on the Robinson's side of the family tree which I see is not really developed. It looks like he had problems within this area of the database.

Talk to you soon!
Rob Blew

Added by YankeeGraver on May 15, 2015 2:47 PM

YankeeGraver
Benjamin Robinson Pvt
Hello B,

After going thru this part of the family tree again, I find that you might be right. He could not be the son of William and Susan like I had suggested as they were not married until 1764. Benjamin was born in 1752. It looks like my William was married 2x but that seems to be a bit odd since the other wife he is supposedly married to is 16+ years older than him. I know it's possible but I find it odd. I thought I had this part of my tree done but now you have made me question it! Let's forget the hook up I sent to you until I figure this out for sure as I would not want to be the one to spread wrong info =(. Which means we may not be cousins =(. I did find the National Cemetery Administrations, U.S. Veterans Gravesites ca. 1775-2006 that lists him buried in Robinson Family Cemetery in Nicholasville, Jessamine, Kentucky, USA, the place where I see you contacted Cindy Nicholls. I am very sorry about this and hope to figure this out soon!

Rob Blew

Added by YankeeGraver on May 15, 2015 1:01 PM

BarbaraR
RE: Robinsons
My Robinson connection are from New York- the 'other side' of my family - Dad's side from Kentucky and Missouri among other places, Mom's side from Connecticut and New York and pretty much they never left (much easier to trace that side)
Barb

Added by BarbaraR on May 12, 2015 5:37 PM

Cindy Nicholls
RE: Robinson graves
Sorry but I responded about the graveyard where James, James P., and Emily Robinson are buried on Union Mill Road in Nicholasville, KY.
The Robinson Cemetery you wrote me about is on Bethany Pike in Jessamine County. I also read those stones in 1982 and recorded them in my genealogy. Benjamin Robinson and his wife Mildred both had stones there. I have not been there for many years but could try to find it again.

Added by Cindy Nicholls on May 08, 2015 9:06 AM

Cindy Nicholls
RE: Robinson graves
I live on Union Mill a short distance from the graveyard on the old Muir Farm that has your ancestors. The old house that used to be on that property before it burned down was used as the Fayette County Court House many years ago. About 1982 I noticed that the graveyard on the property was being overrun by cows that were in the pasture. The fence was not secure and many of the stones were being broken off and knocked over. It was in the days before phone cameras to take pictures, but I got permission and went into the cemetery are recorded all the stones that were readable. I guess many have been broken or removed since then. It is a shame!

Added by Cindy Nicholls on May 08, 2015 8:54 AM

YankeeGraver
RE: Grave of Benjamin Robinson (husb. of Mildred Burbridge)
Hello BestPix,

Pvt Benjamin Robinson (married to Mildred Burbridge) is a 4th great uncle to my grandmother Eulah Belle (Still) Blew. Benjamin's sister Dorothy was my 5th great grandmother. So yeah =) I guess we are cousins! =)

Anyway, this is the link to the Robinson Family cemetery: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GRid=134248834&CRid=2550342&

(There isn't a picture of the cemetery and I have yet to talk to the person who made the memorial.) I cannot find a link outside Find A Grave to the cemetery (Bing'n it) so I don't even know if it exists (only in Find A Grave).

This is the link to other Benjamin:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=134248834

This is the link to his wife Mildred: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=134248883 (no bir/dea dates for her)


There is not an actual photo of his U.S. Veterans Gravesites, cir 1775-2006 (unless you order one) but it says this: (from Ancestry)

Name: Benjamin Robinson
Service Info.: PVT US ARMY REVOLUTIONARY WAR
Birth Date: 1752
Death Date: 1835
Cemetery: Robinson Cemetery
Cemetery Address: Nicholasville, KY 40356

This is not something that is written down but actually some of the military records for him. I see (U.S. Veterans Gravesites) alot on military members and I pretty usually accept the info from it. (also a good way to search for individuals with the info it provides) I may have one on another individual if you need to see proof but I won't order one unless its a very close member of my family.

I know nothing is concrete here and I'm not surprised to see same person buried in two dif cemeteries, I just like to try to get as close to the right one as possible. Let me know what you think about the links and possibly being the same person.

Bye for now Cuz!
Rob Blew (YankeeGraver) =)

Added by YankeeGraver on May 06, 2015 7:53 PM

Bobdick Burden
Alta Mesa
I been taken pictures at Alta Mesa for over three years now, the Staff always been more then helpful, thing have change. The cemetery is been Sued by some one over a picture posted in Fane A grave websit. You will need to contact them for any pictures or information http://www.altamesacemetery.com or call 650-493-1041. if you get the information as to the location and post it on you memorial sit I con get the picture for you, hope this help you on your Quest.
Get the location and post it on Find A Grave hope this help you.

Added by Bobdick Burden on Apr 20, 2015 3:22 PM

Maggie444Pie
RE: Collins infant grave, Wake County
Hello!

Sorry we didn't have more solid results for you. I am also a genealogist enthusiast and love that I can help or try to help others find family information. I have recently acquired cousins in Ireland due to my persistent research of long separated and forgotten family. Best of luck in your research! Barbara

Added by Maggie444Pie on Jan 31, 2015 9:13 AM

Peter
RE: Johnsie Ashburn grave photo
You are welcome. Glad I could help:)

Added by Peter on Dec 29, 2014 12:34 PM

MEA
RE: Mattie Wingert grave
Here is the reply from the person I thought gave me the info:

Herald & Review, Decatur, Illinois Page A9

Bonham
DECATUR -- Lena B. Bonham, 99, of Decatur died 6:20 a.m. Tuesday (Dec. 16, 1997) in McKinley Court Nursing Home.
Services will be 1 p.m. Saturday in Dawson & Wikoff West Wood Street Funeral Home with visitation one hour before services. Burial will be in Cartwright Cemetery, Tuscola. Memorials: Grace United Methodist Church.
Mrs. Bonham was born in Lawrence County on Aug. 8, 1898, the daughter of Marion and Mattie Rechen Strouse. She was a member of Grace United Methodist Church, a 50-year member of American Legion Auxiliary 105, was a committeewoman for Skinny Taylor for more than 40 years and active in Women's Republican Study Club of Macon County. She married Jessie Heath in 1917. He preceded her in death in 1918. She married Frank O. Bonham in 1920. He preceded her in death in 1984.
Surviving are her daughters, Gladys Satterlee and husband Richard of Piedmont, S.D.; Faye McFadden and husband William of Decatur; Dorothy Amyx of Raleigh, N.C.; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husbands and one daughter, Betty Ann Hinton.

I found this for you. I don't think I had sent over any information, but thought I would look and see what I could find to help out.

Cheryl

Added by MEA on Oct 31, 2014 9:06 AM

MEA
RE: Mattie Wingert grave
I sent a message to the person that may have sent me this edit. If this info was not correct, let me know and I can fix it or I would be happy to transfer memorial to her relative.

Thanks,
Mary

Added by MEA on Oct 31, 2014 4:48 AM

MEA
RE: Mattie Wingert grave
I'm sorry I don't remember who gave me this update. I will check it out and see what I can find

Added by MEA on Oct 31, 2014 4:37 AM

Timeless
RE: Thank you
You are very welcome!

Added by Timeless on Aug 24, 2014 7:25 PM

LostGeneration
Virtual flowers
Per Find a Grave guidelines, please do not leave biographical information in a virtual flower. They are reported and deleted by the admins. If you have additional information to add, please use the Edit tab. LG

Added by LostGeneration on Jun 07, 2014 5:29 PM

imatarheel
Thelma Saunders Collins
One more time. I think I missed your message last month. I believe this a new feature on Find A Grave that the person also shows up in the sibling list. It throws me off every time I see it. It is correct.
Regards,
Danna

Added by imatarheel on Jun 05, 2014 11:02 AM

imatarheel
Thelma Saunders Collins

Added by imatarheel on Jun 05, 2014 10:59 AM

BeeManTim
RE: I.H. Collins, Collins Grove Church
Hi,
If you will, go to the memorials that you would like for me to transfer and I'll be more then happy to get them over to you.
Beemantim

Added by BeeManTim on Apr 30, 2014 7:33 PM

Gracie Katherine
Weather's family
I transferred the three Weather's memorials listed .Next time I go to the cem.I will take a plot photo.They are all buried in same row.Thanks again,and anything I can do to help,just let me know.Take Care
Gracie

Added by Gracie Katherine on Apr 17, 2014 11:10 PM

Gracie Katherine
Grover Weathers
Hello
I added stone photo today on Mr.Weather's memorial and saw that you left flowers and are related to him.I was wondering if you would like me to transfer him to you.I always think memorials should be managed by friends or family.Let me know.Take Care
Gracie

Added by Gracie Katherine on Apr 17, 2014 9:01 PM

LKat
George Benton Alford
Thanks for your information. I will look at my research to determine the correct information, until I have completed my research I prefer not to delete the memorial.

Thanks for you patience and your help.

Added by LKat on Feb 21, 2014 3:40 PM

Gerry Jean
RE: Vivian Jackson grave photo
You're quite welcome ... very glad to help!

Added by Gerry Jean on Jan 13, 2014 7:34 PM

Tim Joswiak
Relation?
I think my relation to the Berrys could be a bit remote. My family history interests are in my main line and their sibling, which often leads into the children of the siblings, which would be expressed as first cousins any number of times removed. Although, it's easy enough to go traipsing off somewhere else to follow a story. We're only in this for the stories, you know.

Anyway, just for fun, at least on my part, here is the chain of relations that led me to remark upon the two John Robertsons. It's better clarity for your perspective to go in reverse.

Frances Grant Berry and Sally Berry would be my first cousins, six times removed. I was looking into the children to have a better perspective of my fifth great grand Aunt Mildred Allin, the daughter of Frances Grant b1716, and a sister to Ann Elenor Allen b1745.

Ann Elenor Allen, my 5th gr grandmother bore Martha Patty Howard b1771 who bore Rebecca Sarah Thorpe b1798, my 3rd gr grandmother. It has been exciting to follow the breakthrough I had with the ancestry of my 3rd gr grandmother, who married Benjamin Herndon Kelley. My mother's maiden name was Kelley. She has been a family history buff all of her life, but our line did not know of the ancestry of Rebecca Sarah Thorpe.

Computers are wonderful in that they allow so many connections! Anyway I have followed the Thorps, the Howards, the Allens, with great interest these past few weeks. I make reports to my mother, Betty Burney, age 87.

It's so helpful when we share what we know with others. It's great that you do that. My mother told me to share her old pictures and stories. It's been a great experience. Thank you for being a person who shares what you know. Your attention and care to cite your proofs is very good. Anyone who needs to, can look up the documentaton. Wonderful!

Regards,
Tim Joswiak

Added by Tim Joswiak on Jan 10, 2014 11:51 AM

Tim Joswiak
Two John Robinsons
Thank you for leaving the note on Find A Grave Memorial# 14276629 giving the clarification on the fact of the Berry sisters both marrying a John Robinson, and thank you for the other very helpful notes on the estate, Bible dates, and marriages.

Added by Tim Joswiak on Jan 09, 2014 3:10 PM

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