|JEM||Roscoe Shull #64482123|
Added by JEM on Apr 23, 2013 1:53 PM
|Stephani ||Keyser graves @ Druid Ridge in Pikesville|
I photographed Robert Keyser's headstone today. Finally found it! I also photographed the other family buried there. Looks there is already a memorial created for Robert Jr. And Louise. Robert Jr. is buried with his wife Joyce, but there is no memorial created for her. I'll gladly create it and add the photo, or if you create it, I'll just add the photo! There was also a William Mace buried with them. I photographed that too!
Added by Stephani on Apr 16, 2013 8:05 AM
|Gale Yocum||Oak Grove Cemetery|
Due to a malfunctioning of my camera, I will return to the Oak Grove Cemetery in a couple of day or so. The gravestone of Bettie Boulware is not listed that way; using the surname of Boulware but using her maiden name of Sitlington. Percy is nearby but without a surname. Also an infant who has a stone that is broken and weathered. Since the family are all buried near each other, I assume the infant is a family member too, possibly Edwin Sitlington. I'll investigate this possibly more when I return to the cemetery Gale Yocum
Added by Gale Yocum on Apr 08, 2013 8:57 AM
|June Ford||Willson family|
Do you know if any of your family went to Tennessee, Monroe Co Indiana, & IA? I'm pretty sure my husband's g-g-g grandfather was Moses, b abt 1796 VA, who made that migration. The family ended up in Morgan & Miller counties in MO.
Added by June Ford on Apr 04, 2013 11:20 AM
|Patricia Ryan||Sarah Horn Morgan|
So glad to hear we're related!!! Of course, I'd love to keep in touch and share info too. About 5 years ago, I went to Columbia and Sullivan Counties to do family research and have been to Waller Cemetery. What part of PA do you live in? A couple of years ago, we moved to Virginia.
I don't have a tree on Ancestry yet. That's next on my list.
Isn't that book by Willard Rhoads amazing. I'm so glad he and David Yocum put it together. David Yocum was Angelina's husband. Willard collected the family information by sending out a typed form letter to all the relatives asking them to provide their info and that's how he got started. I know this because, I found the form letter in my grandparents house. It was still in the orginal envelope. They never filled it in. That's why Sarah's info is sent in by other family members who knew them! Sarah and her husband William were already deceased when Willard sent the form letter. I can only guess that's why my grandfather didn't complete the form.
Thank you so much for offering to transfer the memorials. I really appreciate it. Let me know if I can do anything for you.
my email address is:
Added by Patricia Ryan on Mar 10, 2013 4:58 PM
|Ernie Wright||RE: Hattie Miller & Reece Hughes|
Mo. Millers my MO> Millers were descendants of Jacob Alphus MILLER , b. 1817 , OH , died Bates,County,MO.30 Sep 1892 m. Rachel Wright (
sister to my gg g rand pa.
Added by Ernie Wright on Jan 08, 2013 5:59 AM
|Ernie Wright||RE: Hattie Miller & Reece Hughes|
My Rockbridge,County, Miller ancestor was Andrew who married Rockbridge,Co. 1st Betsy Plot (some say this is not my Andrew , 2nd Ann Armentrout , 3rd Rebecca McCoy.
Added by Ernie Wright on Jan 08, 2013 5:56 AM
|Ernie Wright||Hattie Miller & Reece Hughes|
I have Miller connections in MO. through a 5 x great aunt , who was a Wright that married a Jacob Alphus Miller & lived in Bates,County,MO.Also have Millers in VA & WV.I wouldn't say I was related to either , but Reece's cousins if you go back far enough are connected to my ancestor in Orange,County,VA.
Added by Ernie Wright on Jan 03, 2013 6:07 AM
|Ernie Wright||Reece Hughes|
Do you know anything on the wife of Reece Hughes , Hattie MILLER ? Thanks Ernie Wright
Added by Ernie Wright on Jan 02, 2013 8:20 AM
|Wallace M. Linderman III||RE: Edward Honsberger|
You are very welcome.. I that i know of have no link to your 3rd great-grandfather so i was more then happy to hand the memorial over to you i know it would mean alot to you and i glad your happy
Added by Wallace M. Linderman III on Dec 06, 2012 10:46 PM
|Pat||Russell Lee Drumheller|
Thank you for the link to his mother and his middle name. Much apprecited. Pat
Added by Pat on Nov 24, 2012 11:45 AM
|J C||RE: Augusta Cemetery, Carroll Co. Ohio|
Added by J C on Nov 08, 2012 4:22 PM
|J C||Augusta Cemetery, Carroll Co. Ohio|
There is a web site for this cemetery. It is lovingly cared for and a great deal of work has been done to preserve it. All the headstone have been photographed and are available at this web site. Check it out.
Here is the link to the Augusta Cemetery in Carroll Co. Ohio. all the tombstone pictures are here.
Added by J C on Nov 08, 2012 3:03 PM
We have walked the "Old Providence ARP Church Cemetery - New", twice in search of a memorial for Charle Fox. We have found no stones for any Fox. There are several unreadable stones in this cemetery.
Linking to his spouse, Roberta Fox, I noticed a plot number her ( D | 32 | 12 ). Not sure of the lay out for this cemetery so we walked the whole cemetery again.
If you have anything additional to go on we may find it at a later time. For example other names buried in the same row.
Also we did a quick look in Section D of the New Providence Presbyterian Church in Rockbridge County Va. and did not find any Fox Memorial. But that search was inconclusive as we were running out of daylight.
Added by Anonymous on Nov 05, 2012 5:41 PM
|Anonymous||Henry Miller stone|
I am downloading the Miller stone from the Masonic Cemetery. There are several others listing 3 daughters of Henry and Elizabeth Miller. If you wish these pictures downloaded to you also please let me know.
Added by Anonymous on Sep 16, 2012 5:28 PM
I think I may have found the Henry Miller you are requesting buried in the Masonic Cem. in Culpeper, Va. There is no stone with Henry's name on it but there are several with Henry and Elizabeth listed as parents: Louisa E Miller, Eliza Miller Stringfellow, and Lucy B Miller. If you wish I will download the Miller stone that marks the Miller plot and any of the other Miller stones.
Added by Anonymous on Sep 13, 2012 8:05 AM
|Isabelle Chewning||RE: Annanaye Lackey Sterrett|
Her parents (my grandparents) are William Percy Lackey and Isabelle Stuart Lackey in the Timber Ridge ARP Cemetery.
Added by Isabelle Chewning on Sep 09, 2012 3:40 PM
Thanks for the info on the Paxton's. I will be working on them today. There are more Paxton's buried at Buffalo Springs Cemetery. I will add them today. I have the Lincoln County, Kentucky Tombstone Inscription book but the info in it isn't always correct. I use the book mostly to find the burial locations of people in the old newspapers that doesn't give the name of the cemetery in the obit.
Joseph's first wife is buried there & I added her. The notation in the book says "in the 134th year of her age." I knew that was impossible and that's why I didn't add her name. According to your info it should have been "in her 34th year of her age."
I will go thru the book today and add all the Paxton's that don't have a memorial and when I'm through with the research I can transfer them to you if you want them. I don't have any Paxton's in my line.
Added by Joyce Tinsley on Aug 26, 2012 8:07 AM
|Ed Townsend||RE: Samuel Wooten Averett|
Samuel's wife and other Millers and Averetts buried in the same square. I have pictures. If you want to post these and manage them, I will send info. I have already posted pictures for John Green Miller and wife.
Added by Ed Townsend on Aug 18, 2012 9:26 AM
|Jay||RE: Marion Rice|
You are most welcome
Added by Jay on Aug 11, 2012 8:41 AM
|Heather Guess||Joe Shifflett|
Hi Marcia. Joseph Lee Shifflett isn't actaully buried at Green Hill Cemetery. He was cremated and his ashes are at my house in Bedford. Can you transfer him please (86869108).
Thank you very much!
Added by Heather Guess on Jul 18, 2012 10:45 PM
|T Moore||RE: Mary Honsberger|
You're welcome Virginia! :)
Added by T Moore on Jul 10, 2012 5:01 AM
|Diane Parker||Sterrett Family|
Hello again.... Thank you for placing them in the correct cemetery. There are oh, so many of our family members buried there, but only some of the Headstones have survived. At least the families all made sure they remained together for eternity.
Added by Diane Parker on Jul 06, 2012 6:49 PM
|Joe Nihen||Jacob Honsberger|
I transferred Jacob Honsberger to your care. I am not related ... I hunt Civil War graves from my locale. I'm not sure why I don't have a photo of Jacob's grave marker because I visited the cemetery and photographed all the Civil War markers I could find. I do know Jacob's burial site is confirmed by the Pennsylvania Veterans' Burial Record.
Added by Joe Nihen on Jun 23, 2012 5:09 PM
|Debbie Sitlington||Thomas Oliver Sitlington Sr|
Thanks for the details on this site. Thomas is my husbands (Stephen C Sitlington) 2nd great grandfather. Really appreciate it and found yet another book that I need to buy! Debbie
Added by Debbie Sitlington on Jun 23, 2012 12:30 AM