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carri maioriello (#47108144)
 member for 6 years, 19 days
Stephani Poole
Judith Foust Clapp
Do you have information about a daughter of Judith & John?

Hannah Clapp?

I have alot of fam history but I am looking for the hard facts and proof.

Thanks so much.
Stephani Sudlow Poole

Added by Stephani Poole on Mar 25, 2015 12:51 PM

RE: WW Perkins Memorial Update
You are very welcome. I try hard to keep up on my edits. Glad I could be of help to you. Chris

Added by macso on Jan 07, 2014 7:44 PM

# 90411172 James M Collins
I would like your permission to copy his photo to my ancestry family tree.
I will give you credit. Thank you, Pioneersearcher # 47016656

Added by Pioneersearcher on Apr 28, 2013 4:13 PM

James Stair

Are you related to Margaret Johnson ??? She (Mrs. Margaret Miliah (Stair) Johnson) is my 1st. Cousin ... See Below;

Margaret Milinah Stair(1848 - 1942)
is your 1st cousin 2x removed

Judith "Juda" Foust (1823 - 1890)
mother of Margaret Milinah Stair

Jacob Foust Sr. (1782 - 1851)
father of Judith "Juda" Foust

Nancy C. Foust (1818 - 1880)
daughter of Jacob Foust Sr.

Linville "Linnie" Madison Stair Sr. (1860 - 1940)
son of Nancy C. Foust

Avie Dewey Stair (1897 - 1962)
son of Linville "Linnie" Madison Stair Sr.

James Dewey Stair "USN"
You are the son of Avie Dewey Stair


Jim Stair,

Mr. & Mrs. James Dewey & Hercilia (Torres) Stair
3781 Aqua Park Ct.
San Diego, California
Cell: 619-213-3539
Home: 619-690-1702

Added by James Stair on Mar 03, 2013 2:13 PM

Hi Carri,
I'm connected through marriage. My paternal grandmother's sister married a Pritchard. I don't have any paperwork, but I have a few old photos. I'll be happy to share what I can. Regards, Ellen

Added by Kathleen on Oct 26, 2012 9:55 PM

Mary Ryder
RE: Ida Andreae Gillette
the only headston was the one I posted sorry, nothing engraved on the sides

Happy Hunting

Added by Mary Ryder on Aug 02, 2012 6:48 PM

M Cooley
Perkins, Pinney, Cushman

Did you see the links. I added George and John Quincy wife's and their sisters Elizabeth and Mary Ann. Did Laura and John have any more children? Do you know John's parents names as I have quite a bit of information on the Granby. It appears that the family started in Windsor where Elizabeth was born then moved to East Granby where John Q, Mary Ann and George were born. By chance do you know or have a guess as to Laura's parents? I have not yet been able to link Thomas E, Nellie, Mary, Isabelle or Grace. I am going to look at the East Granby and Windsor vitals to see if I can get more information. Any information you could share would be appreciated.


Added by M Cooley on Mar 30, 2012 12:06 PM

M Cooley
Perkins Pinney
I found the pictures and have begun posting the Perkins, Pinney and Cushman photos. Do you have any other information regarding these families so that I can connect other members together? Hope the information I have helps you.

Added by M Cooley on Mar 29, 2012 11:44 PM

Milton A. Stephens
RE: Major John Page Headstone
Carri, your response also interesting.

I usually have some information with the pictures I've submitted, and have added some to Franklin P. Hickman's memorial, who is buried in the Folsom cemetery.

He was my grandmother's older brother, and his wife was Serena Folsom. Both Frank and Serena died young, and children were left to other family members to raise. Frank's son Edwin L. Hickman married Pauline Fannin of Skullyville and Spiro.

Pauline Fannin's mother Johnanna Ainsworth Fannin was the daughter of John Garrett Ainsworth and his Choctaw wife Martha Ann Brashears.

John Garrett Ainsworth 1818-1886, was a brother to my great-great grandfather, David Spence Ainsworth 1822-1901. Most of these early Ainsworth family members are buried in the Skullyville cemetery.

I'm sure our early families knew each other, as most Ainsworth, Fannin, Folsom, Hickman and others are related somehow. Unless you're into genealogy, most the people today don't know just who they connect with.


Added by Milton A. Stephens on Dec 09, 2011 12:01 PM

Milton A. Stephens
RE: Major John Page Headstone
Hi Carri,

The photo of the headstone for John Page was taken about 1980. I've submitted other photo's for some of the graves in Page cemetery that were taken about the same time.

It appears that the stones today have really deteriated over the last 30 years. Since this cemetery has been abandoned for approximately 100 years, probably in another 100 years the stones will all be gone.

One would think that since there is a historical marker alongside state highway 112 there in Pocola, honoring John Page and Willis Folsom as early Choctaw preachers, that the cemetery that holds their remains could be restored.

The William Austin Hickman family members buried in this cemetery are my relatives. Further south less than a mile is the abandoned Folsom cemetery in the same condition as Page cemetery, and hold the remains of other Hickman kinfolks, namely my great-grandfather Ladson Fraser Hickman and members of his immediatel family. Ladson F. was a younger brother of William A. Hickman.

These two Hickman brothers, with still another brother Samuel F. Hickman with his Choctaw wife Lucy Fill-moon-tubbee, left Mississippi just after the Civil War and all settled here in what is now LeFlore Co, Okla. Samuel and Lucy Hickman and their relatives were buried in the Fill-moon-tubbee cemetery on Morris Creek Road north of Heavener, Okla., and this cemetery has completely disappeared now. I have not heard if the graves were moved to another cemetery, or what happened to them. Maybe someone out there knows, and through Find-a-Grave, the truth be known.


Added by Milton A. Stephens on Dec 09, 2011 1:30 AM

Carol Ford
RE: McMullin, Mary
I am sorry, but I was not able to find a McMullin marker. I walked the entire cemetery.
Have you contacted the church by chance?

Added by Carol Ford on Dec 04, 2011 3:06 PM

Carol Ford
McMullin, Mary
I see a Jane McMullin memorial in this cemetery, is this the same family? I will take a look, if possible, tomorrow.

Added by Carol Ford on Dec 03, 2011 10:37 AM

Pam Kerschner
Elias Kerschner & Sarah German
Elias is a brother to my husband's great, great grandfather. Can I help you with info?

Added by Pam Kerschner on Nov 29, 2011 7:48 AM

Ron Lairamore
Family Memorials
If you run across anymore, Let me know & & can Transfer.

Ron L

Added by Ron Lairamore on Oct 07, 2011 9:56 PM

Ron Lairamore
RE: Transferred Graves
you had sent a request to add 1st husband for one of the memorials. I thought they may all be relatives of yours. The markers were passed on to me from another member and I was not related to any of them. I was born in Charleston, AR & raised in Pocola, OK, and saw many familiar places & cemeteries. I saw some were buried in the Macadonia Cemetery in Pocola. If you don't want the memorials, just transfer them back. Thanks

Ron L

Added by Ron Lairamore on Oct 07, 2011 5:16 AM


I have also added 9 other Perkins to Find A Grave in Fairplains


Added by DUVCW on Oct 06, 2011 6:34 AM

Machel Hogan
RE: L. Anna Blum-Stair-Steiner

Anna was my great-great grandmother. I was wondering if I may use the photos you posted of her and her headstone on my family tree please? I will give you full credit for them. I have no photos of her, I was born well after she had passed on.

Thank you!
~Machel Hogan

Added by Machel Hogan on Feb 21, 2011 3:35 PM

Mary Achterhof
RE: Possible Transfer of burials at the John Page Cemetery in Pocola
Got her transferred too! Good luck.

Added by Mary Achterhof on Dec 31, 2010 1:53 PM

"Fry" in Fairplains Cemetery Grand Rapids
Hi Carri
I was randomly taking photographs near my ancestor's gravestone, and I took a photo of a gravestone with the name Edward L. Fry on it. I created a memorial and added the photo, and noticed that you had a memorial with the name "Fry" .. wondered if this Edward Fry was any relation to your Fry. His memorial is #60393341. I don't see the grave listed in the online index, but the tombstone was really there! Hope it helps you find your ancestors.
Kathy from Grand Rapids

Added by KathyCook on Oct 21, 2010 1:50 AM

Roane County & Germany
What are the family names in Roane County?

Added by Diana on Aug 19, 2010 4:18 PM

Howard A Sutherland
John M. Stair
Was taking photos at Knoxville National Cemetery and came across John M. Stair d.May 11,1943. I created a memorial and posted photos of his headstone.

Added by Howard A Sutherland on Aug 01, 2010 8:09 AM

Howard A Sutherland
Stair family at Wash. Pike Presb.
Hi Carri, got the photos for you and posted them today. Also discovered another family member, a baby,Ellen M. Stair d.Aug.11,1882 aged 6 months. A few of the stones, notably Mollie and Nellie are difficult to read. I took some close up shots and of the whole plot. Will send them to you if you would like. There is also a small headstone for Jacob Marshall Stair and we suspect this was his original headstone and when Rebecca Jane passed the larger monument was created for both Rebecca and Jacob. The smaller stone sits behind the large one.

As always, Howard

Added by Howard A Sutherland on Jul 21, 2010 11:32 AM

Howard A Sutherland
Stair links
Hi Carri, got the links done for you. Will see if I can get out this week and photograph the headstones for you. If you would like them transferred to your care let me know.

Added by Howard A Sutherland on Jul 19, 2010 11:44 AM

Jenevia Clark-Lowery
Isham Vest
Hi Carri,
I transferred Isham Vest to you and if you find any more of your family that I have listed please let me know and I will transfer them also.
Welcome to Find A Grave and good luck.
Best Wishes, Jenevia Clark-Lowery

Added by Jenevia Clark-Lowery on Jul 18, 2010 3:06 PM

Frances Allen Titsworth
RE: PATTERSON/ VEST Cemetery in Franklin County, AR
Boy, it was a hard one to find! They are the same cemetery. Someone had added it as Patterson and someone as Vest. So I posted the same photos to each one. You turn West off of Hwy. 41 onto Sandstone Ridge Road/County Road 32. It isn't very far down that road but it is on the Right. You can see it if you drive slowly and it sits up on a little hill. You turn like you're going to someone's farm, but as you approach the farmhouse, the little lane curves around and it comes to the cemetery. There isn't a sign for the cemetery though. I hope I helped some. If you zoom in on the map, you can see how the lane is on the right and how it curves. I did the same thing and almost gave up, but then I could see it way over in front of some trees. I'm looking for Gage Cemetery and the instructions aren't very good on that one either. Good luck, Frances

Added by Frances Allen Titsworth on Jul 18, 2010 12:12 PM


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