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Tundra Girl (#47186150)
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RickC
RE: Doris and Andrew Hollingshead
You are very welcome.

Added by RickC on Oct 04, 2014 7:36 AM

Lynda Duncan Miles
RE: Jeremy Peters
Hello. I am not related to Jeremy, his life touched me, and I wanted to do something for him. You are most welcome for the sponsorship.

Added by Lynda Duncan Miles on Sep 19, 2014 1:20 AM

EdwardsBrynele
RE: Alexander Donaldson
Yes use the address above to send me a link to your tree.

Thanks!

Added by EdwardsBrynele on Sep 10, 2014 7:59 AM

EdwardsBrynele
RE: Alexander Donaldson
Hi! Great to hear from you!

Alexander Donaldson was my 2nd great grandfather. I only know what my dad and his parents said about him. I know of his death and how horrible it was. I see many conflicting dates of his birth on Ancestry. I think he was born in PA. Like you, I like to be accurate on my info as well. The Donaldson Family has been a bit of mystery to me. I only have 2-3 pictures of his daughter Grace Donaldson who would have been my great grandmother. I think he was only married to Hannah Sims. I would like to connect on Ancestry. Is there a way we can do this?

Thanks!

Added by EdwardsBrynele on Sep 04, 2014 6:09 AM

Pat Flanigan Jordan
RE: California Farmer, #61394223
How are you? Yes, we have chatted a few times. I am going back to look at the info again and see where I can go with that. I will keep you posted so both of us can work it, if possible. Joseph and Elizabeth should be correct. There was a sister married the same day. I remember there being some confusion over James/Joseph Farmer. I should start working this in the next couple of weeks again. Very good to hear from you. I think it is you that I had been chatting with through email. Pat

Added by Pat Flanigan Jordan on Sep 02, 2014 3:30 AM

Bob Saunders
RE: Stanley Wooten
Your most welcome. I must admit I wasn't looking for this grave in particular but have been photographing the entire cemetery and got a pleasant surprise when it said I fulfilled your request.

Added by Bob Saunders on Sep 01, 2014 9:44 PM

Donna White
RE: Neil Arledge
You are welcome. donna

Added by Donna White on Aug 31, 2014 2:09 PM

RickC
RE: Ronald O. Kauffman
Wow, so sorry to hear about what occurred in your family. Had to have been hard. Best of luck as you continue to move forward in life.

Added by RickC on Jul 27, 2014 6:03 PM

Bob Saunders
Bundy-Paine cemetery
I noticed you had requested picture from Bundy-Paine cemetery. I am going to look around but am not expecting much it is a historic site and well photographed and documented. Here is a link to a compiled listing of the headstones present in 1904 & 1982. I think i told you I would link this to you a while back and forgot.

http://www.jacksoncountyohiogen.com/PDF%20docs/Bundy-Paine%20Cemetery.pdf

Added by Bob Saunders on Jun 18, 2014 11:16 PM

Bob Saunders
RE: The Wilbur headstones
No I do not have your email. If you do not wish me to share it publicly then you can send me a mial. Mine is posted on my profile.

Added by Bob Saunders on Jun 18, 2014 11:07 PM

Bob Saunders
RE: Anna and Abraham Wilbur
I took down my chalked pictures for the Wilburs. Apperantly it is againest findagrave policy to touch a headstone in anyway, and chalking is considered an act of vandalism.

Added by Bob Saunders on Jun 14, 2014 5:21 PM

Bob Saunders
Catherine Barnes
Sorry about the sideways picture. I have a few more pics to share as well. I will fix the orientation when I get home tonight.

Added by Bob Saunders on Jun 14, 2014 11:20 AM

Pat Flanigan Jordan
Farmer
Hi, we haven't emailed for quite sometime. My husband and you, I think, are distantly related. I had your email at one time. Could you email me so I can ask a question. Thanks, Pat Flanigan Jordan (DJ is the line coming from Rev. Robert and California Farmer.) patjordan89@gmail.com

Added by Pat Flanigan Jordan on Jun 10, 2014 10:44 AM

Larry Patrick
RE: Nancy & James Patrick
James and Nancy Patrick are my 3rd Great-grandparents. I have been trying to resolve the burials for years. I have an idea of where they are buried, but unfortunately they are unmarked. Are you related? And if so, how?

Added by Larry Patrick on Jun 01, 2014 11:03 AM

Dana Miller Jackson
RE: Anna and Abraham Wilbur
Anna and Abraham are my 4th great grandparents. I follow down the line of their daughter, Huldah Wilbur Selby. If you find out more information just let me know I will be happy to make changes or add more! Thanks!

Added by Dana Miller Jackson on May 28, 2014 1:45 PM

Bob Saunders
RE: Anna and Abraham Wilbur
I added new pictures of both memorials. The chalk I used really made the inscriptions stand out.

Added by Bob Saunders on May 24, 2014 9:58 PM

Bob Saunders
RE: Anna and Abraham Wilbur
You might want to remove the duplicate memorials in Lincoln cemetery now that the originals have been moved to the correct cemetery.

Added by Bob Saunders on May 21, 2014 7:41 PM

Bob Saunders
RE: Anna and Abraham Wilbur
I found both headstones in Lincoln cemetery. My GPS wouldn't give me a lock so no coordinates. But the graves are located in almost in center of the cemetery.

Added by Bob Saunders on May 21, 2014 11:30 AM

Kellie Sue
Anna ARNOLD vs. Anna Lockwood ARNOLD
Dana, I am the individual who wrote to you and requested removal of the name "Lockwood" from Anna Arnold, who is married to Abraham Wilbur. Thank you for doing so. I am happy to share the research I gathered that proves they are two different women.

I also located a digitized version of the book, "Hanging Rock Iron Region of Ohio: An Authentic Narrative of the Past, with an Extended Survey of the Industrial and Commercial Development", authored by Eugene B. Willard, Daniel. W. Williams, George O. Newman & Charles B. Taylor, published in 1916, which is a 1340 page, 48,335KB pdf document. This book is a narrative incorporating West Virginia, Kentucky & Ohio containing a wealth of historical information on those areas.

I also created a pdf of the book "Charcoal Furnaces of Hanging Rock", authored by Virgil & Marguerite Ramsey, published in 1989, which is a 93 page, 19,903KB pdf document. This book gives information concerning the charcoal furnaces of southeastern Ohio and northeaster Kentucky, most of which were out of operation by 1900. Information from gravestones during the furnace era are included, along with an index.

Added by Kellie Sue on May 20, 2014 4:15 PM

Dana Miller Jackson
RE: Anna Arnold Wilbur
The memorial that I added is the Anna you're looking for. A lady informed me that they were not the same person and I needed to take the Lockwood name off my memorial, so they are not the same person.

Added by Dana Miller Jackson on May 19, 2014 2:47 PM

Bob Saunders
RE: Anna and Abraham Wilbur
After seeing the shape of those stones I will go take another look around. It will be easier to located them even they are worn. If I do locate them I will note that GPS coordinates for each headstone.

Added by Bob Saunders on May 19, 2014 2:25 PM

Bob Saunders
RE: Anna and Abraham Wilbur
After reading the excerpt show with the memorials that is definitely the cemetery I was in. Described it's location to a tee.

Added by Bob Saunders on May 19, 2014 2:20 PM

Bob Saunders
RE: Anna and Abraham Wilbur
Well I am certain there is no Paine cemetery in Hamden. Now Bundy-Paine is maybe a mile from Hamden and just across the county line. I had thought of the connection but the graves in Bundy-Paine are well documented and they are not listed there,I will link you the city's web page latter. So at this point we have a mystery on our hands.

Added by Bob Saunders on May 19, 2014 11:01 AM

Bob Saunders
RE: Anna and Abraham Wilbur
I went out to Lincoln cemetery and had a look around but was unable to find the headstones in question. Sadly many of the stones are in poor shape. You said you have picture of the headstones already or did I misunderstand. If you do what other cemetery were they supposedly from?

Added by Bob Saunders on May 16, 2014 8:59 PM

Kellie Sue
Anna ARNOLD vs. Anna Lockwood ARNOLD
Hi Tina! I emailed the documentation I typed giving sources. These women were born within years of one another in Providence, Rhode Island, even naming their first son, Joseph Arnold ____(insert surname) and these boys were born within a couple years of one another. Anna ARNOLD md. Abraham WILBUR and moved to Ohio where I found documentation of their family's births, marriages and deaths along with some gravestones. Compare that with the documentation I emailed to you and they are definitely unique individuals. I agree with you that this is a very important situation to rectify. Let me know if I can be of further service. Many Blessings, Kellie Sue :)

Added by Kellie Sue on May 09, 2014 8:37 AM

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