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Mia Houghton
Magnus and Hattie Tait
The information you provided has been added to the memorials.

Added by Mia Houghton on Sep 10, 2013 7:22 PM

Bobbi Janes
Antoinette Tait
I took the entire section where Magnus was buried. I am assuming since I don't have a picture of her, that she is not buried near by or is in an unmarked grave. Sorry I can't be more helpful.

Added by Bobbi Janes on Jun 10, 2013 8:16 PM

John C. Anderson
John Carpenter
There is not a Cassie buried near John.

Added by John C. Anderson on May 06, 2013 4:03 AM

Dave Lombard
Emery (Woodward Township) Cohick's
Glad my photos helped you and yes, you may use them in any of your geneological endeavors.


Added by Dave Lombard on Mar 28, 2013 4:40 PM

Carol Harmon
Lyman Felton
According to the Watertown township Cemetery record book, I find listed a Lyman Felton who died June 16 1879 aged 74y9m2d.
He is on the same lot with Harriet Bishop Felton
IF YOU MAKE a new memorial for him, let me know and i WILL LINK THEM

Added by Carol Harmon on Mar 16, 2013 9:27 AM

Kara (Peterson) Summers
Hillside Cemetery; Whitewater
Alta Chamberlain was born 7-20-1900 and died 4-8-1958 according to cemetery records. I also added a picture of her husband Raymond on his memorial page. They are buried together. I also have an extra pic or 2 of Jerutia's gravestone. It was knocked down when we arrived at the site, so my husband reset it on the pedestal as best as he could without doing further damage. if you would like the extra pics please feel free to email me at

Added by Kara (Peterson) Summers on Jul 28, 2012 4:18 PM

RE: Nancy Alyea - Cornell Cem.
I did a stone rubbing of John's year of death, and he's the 1905, John. I wonder if he bought the stone at the time of his mother's death, it is definitely a mid-1800's style stone. I moved the photo to the correct memorial.

I also took a photo of Elias' stone.


Added by Tina on Jul 20, 2012 7:21 PM

RE: Nancy Alyea - Cornell Cem.
You said exactly what I thought you would: Elias is the wife of Nancy. Elias is in the cemetery transcription. This John stone is a bit of a mystery. It is exactly the same as Nancy's, right next to her, and not in the transcription. There is a John born 1830 who died 1905, who is probably her son, but the stone next to Nancy is not a 1905 stone. When I took the photo of John's stone I thought it was Nancy's husband, I didn't know about Elias. I'll try and get back to the cemetery in the next couple weeks and perhaps I can glean a bit more from the stone.


Added by Tina on Jul 15, 2012 8:54 PM

RE: Nancy Alyea - Cornell Cem.
You are welcome for the photo. I have added a photo for a John Alyea who is buried next to Nancy.


Added by Tina on Jul 15, 2012 5:17 PM

Sherry Perry
Thank you for transferring William and Emma Carpenter. I appreciate it. Take care, Sherry Perry

Added by Sherry Perry on Jul 13, 2012 5:25 AM

Seeker Mel
RE: William Hackett - Hillside
You are very welcome and glad to help out.

Added by Seeker Mel on Jul 03, 2012 3:37 PM

Kathi Flyte
More Richards
I found 2 Richards in the Elmhurst Cemetery.Hattie & Willie, not sure if they're related.
Have a good 4th

Added by Kathi Flyte on Jul 03, 2012 7:57 AM

Seeker Mel
RE: William Hackett - Hillside
I looked on ancestry for the headstone you had mentioned and I do have that photo and will post it for you. I over looked the dates was looking for a name. Sorry for the confusion but glad that I do have the picture to post for you. Thanks for the info.

Added by Seeker Mel on Jul 03, 2012 7:26 AM

Linda Mahan
RE: Carpenters-East Hill
I think too many places get burned and thus the "cash only". Hardly anyplace will take a check. If you'll be in town on a Friday, let me know and maybe I can meet you. You can also get a good lunch at the Rushville Elks. It's located just north of the firestation and open to the public for lunch.

Added by Linda Mahan on Jun 29, 2012 1:12 PM

Linda Mahan
RE: Carpenters-East Hill
Lewis Bever's grandfather Elijah was my 3rd g-grandfather. It's odd that Lewis spelled Bever without the a and his father George Henry spelled it with the a.

Added by Linda Mahan on Jun 24, 2012 6:26 PM

RE: Richards burials
Yes, you MUST copy the pictures to show Richard Given Richards, Jr. They are his long lost relatives. They have also posted my photo of the whole cemetery on the main page.

Added by Robin on Apr 13, 2012 7:02 AM

Richards at Davis Cemetery
Holy Moley!! I certainly got somebody's attention!! I have like a million email in my box this morning! Everyone Welsh in the U.S. must have descended from these 5 or 6 families in Newport! There is going to be an article in Ninnau, Papur Cymry Gogledd America in June. Something about the Welsh in Newport - don't know yet exactly.

Added by Robin on Apr 12, 2012 6:52 AM

RE: Richards at Davis Cemetery in Newport
Yes, cemetery is totally abandoned. If your brother and sister-in-law had gone there they would have seen nothing at all. The very few headstones that are left are broken and buried under 3 or 4 inches of sod. The names I entered originally came from the list at the Newport History Center and the additional information I started putting in last night came from the stones that we dug up yesterday. We had to get permission to go in. Being a farm cemetery it is now on private property in a farmer's field. We were finally driven indoors by the rain and hail. It is pretty much a hopeless case.

Added by Robin on Apr 12, 2012 6:38 AM


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