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Mary Jane Evertz (#47235203)
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Handy Family
RE: Richard Dempsey
Additional info from Ancestry.com

Richard & Elizabeth Dempsey are showing 2 births:
1) Lydia Ann born in 1849 and died on 28 Jul 1850
2) Anna Matilda born 2 Dec 1850.

Richard & Catherine Dempsey are showing 4 births:
1) Julia Hester born 18 Nov 1854.
2) Mary R born 12 Jun 1860.
3) (female) born 13 Mar 1862.
4) Ella F born 6 Sep 1864.

There is an 1860 Census showing Richard (age 40) & Catherine (age 25) with Elizabeth (age 15), Julia (age 5) and Ida (age 2).

Locations are showing as Glassboro, Clayton and Franklin Twp. All are in the same area and Glassboro was formed from Clayton Twp at some point.

That gives you some leads, but it looks like you will still need some form of a family history to know for sure who belongs to who.

Added by Handy Family on Apr 23, 2013 8:28 PM

Handy Family
RE: Richard Dempsey
All I have is his wife as Catherine and his daughter as Ida all in the same plot.

Added by Handy Family on Apr 23, 2013 7:20 PM

ResrchH630
RE: Samuel H. Young
Ah ha! That explains why I wasn't see a Grace in the virtual cemetery I keep of transferred records. Thanks for clarifying!

Added by ResrchH630 on Apr 15, 2013 2:51 PM

ResrchH630
RE: Samuel H. Young
I remember transferring Samuel and Emma to you. You'd asked for Grace as well, right? Did I transfer her yet? If not, can you give her memorial id again? Thanks!

Added by ResrchH630 on Apr 15, 2013 2:28 PM

ResrchH630
RE: Samuel H. Young
Hi again - I saw your note about Mary Emma Johnson Young. Added maiden name, linked to Samuel, added dates of birth/death from photo requested that was just fulfilled, and transferred this record to you as well. :)

Added by ResrchH630 on Apr 14, 2013 11:23 AM

ResrchH630
RE: Samuel H. Young
I've transferred Samuel H. Young at Lakeview to you. Best wishes with your family research!

Added by ResrchH630 on Apr 14, 2013 10:03 AM

ResrchH630
RE: Samuel H. Young
Very glad this is the one you've been looking for! I updated the middle name to Hewitt. If this is a relative, I'd be glad to transfer. Just let me know. Thanks!

Added by ResrchH630 on Apr 13, 2013 6:58 PM

ResrchH630
RE: Samuel H. Young
Hi Mary Jane - Thanks for your inquiry about Samuel Young. No other information was available from the Lakeview site for birth and death information when I created this memorial, but in looking at the memorial today I noticed that a grave marker photo has just been uploaded! Birth is Dec. 28, 1881 and death is Jul. 1, 1969. I've now added this information to the memorial. Given these dates, is this likely your Samuel Young??

Added by ResrchH630 on Apr 13, 2013 12:34 PM

Cindy Vaughan
RE: Eva Lummis
I updated the info you gave me (except for the year of Eva's birth). You said 1889, but i left it at 1890 since that's what's on the stone. Let me know if it's all correct.

Added by Cindy Vaughan on Apr 05, 2013 2:40 AM

Cindy Vaughan
Eva Lummis
Hi,

I linked Eva with her husband Raymond. Since she was your GM's sister, if you can give her maiden name I can add it to her page...
Thanks,
Cindy

Added by Cindy Vaughan on Apr 04, 2013 2:28 PM

Kelly K
Harris
Yes I am a cousin to his wife Mary C Herbert.

Added by Kelly K on Apr 04, 2013 2:40 AM

Linda Weaver
RE: Thomas North
I'm afraid I don't know anything else at the moment. Today is the first time I looked at this family and I'm working on the Ashbrook line. I only know Sarah's sibblings and when they were born. Sarah is the only one in the family on findagrave.

Added by Linda Weaver on Mar 25, 2013 5:53 PM

Stjoemom
RE: John C. Young
I'm sorry but I am no relation so I have no information for you.
Kathy

Added by Stjoemom on Mar 25, 2013 3:30 PM

Bob Orr
RE: Thomas Brown
Mary Jane - Sarah is Sarah "Sally" Trotter who md. John Brown, s/o Thomas & Mary ??? Brown and brother to William Brown.

Added by Bob Orr on Feb 20, 2013 9:52 AM

JavaJunkie
RE: Glisson
It's quite possible the tombstone is under the ground. Sorry we couldn't find it.

Added by JavaJunkie on Feb 19, 2013 7:11 PM

Sharri Bodnar
Re: William Hullings‏
Hello Mary Jane,

I linked William to his father. Thank you for the information.

Sharri

Added by Sharri Bodnar on Jan 29, 2013 8:35 PM

Kathy Line
RE: gemberling
Well that makes me feel better! LOL I could not get it in my head that 1770 was after 1738. Yoyu have made my day and gave me a chuckle, thank you Kathy

Added by Kathy Line on Dec 02, 2012 8:45 PM

Kathy Line
RE: gemberling
Hello Mary, I am sorry I see I had father and son turned around and I see that now. Must have been in space when I wrote this! Sorry I meant well. Kathy

Added by Kathy Line on Dec 02, 2012 8:37 AM

rnmacmullan
Della Shannoe
Greetings,

I am happy to honor your request and have transferred the management of the Della Shannon memorial to you. If wanted, I will also transfer the memorial of George S. Shannon to you. Regards, rnm

Added by rnmacmullan on Nov 20, 2012 8:06 AM

DEX
RE: MacSwain
My honor and joy to have helped you. Brr, it WAS cold out there: 21!

Both McSwain names were on there. I could see some of the numerals and letters when stan ding at an angle and could ,literally feel some of them, too. When I prepared to take the photos, however, the declination of the Sun and the placement of the stone made it impossible to take a clear shot for you. To be frank, given the age of the marker and the remoteness of the cemetery, I was somewhat surprised that I could find anything for you.

On a related note, as I was prowling the grounds, I came across several large gravestones that were well-preserved and would have told me much (if I had been assigned those) but, in fact, unnerved me a tad: they had KKK insignias on them! I never cease to be amazed at what I learn when on a FindAGrave.com mission.

Added by DEX on Nov 15, 2012 5:56 AM

Kathy Line
RE: gemberling
Hey Mary,
Ok look again FATHER 1738
Son 1700 the son would be 38 years older than the father. Sometimes the obvious isn't seen. Done it several times myself. I hope this comes the way I wrote it. Have a great day, Kathy

Added by Kathy Line on Nov 11, 2012 12:05 PM

Kathy Line
RE: gemberling
Hey Mary, I finally got what I was trying to say. You have John Jacob Gemberling born 1770 Salem Luthran Cem., # 79613976. And his father Jacob being born 1736 to 1824. You have the father born after the son. Wow that a mess trying to figure out what I wanted to say. LOL Are you related to the Gemberling's? If I already asked that forgive me. Thanks Kathy

Added by Kathy Line on Nov 10, 2012 4:41 PM

Kathy Line
RE: gemberling
Hi Mary Jane,
I am so sorry it took so long getting back to you. Truth is I had 2 people writing about the Gemberling's and I got confused and I can't find the e-mail I sent you. I am so sorry, can you let me know what I wrote so I can answer you? Thanks Kathy ( old age is not for the weak! LOL )

Added by Kathy Line on Nov 09, 2012 12:03 PM

Elaine A
Jr...
Duh...I think I have it now ..thanks much for the input!!!

Added by Elaine A on Oct 26, 2012 7:29 AM

Elaine A
John Powell
Jane...apparently the memorial I have IS. John Jr because he was born on 1911....Elaine

Added by Elaine A on Oct 25, 2012 3:10 PM

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