|Phil & Kathi||RE: Rimmer in MO|
I don't have that name in MY Rimmer lines, but there were a LOT of Rimmers in Ray County for a while. There may be a connection somewhere. I'll let you know if I find one.
Added by Phil & Kathi on Sep 09, 2013 5:46 AM
|Kristy Rice||Baby Nancy J Shrev|
She was only 11 months 10 days old. So census wouldn't have her. The date was 1864 or maybe 1868. Can't make it out. But can make out 186?. It reads: Daur. of W. & N. SHREV. It was the only other Shrev/Shreve in that area. Wilson B Shreve 1858-1910 was no where near this stone. Baby Nancy J. was next to Wilson, Wilson B. Sheve's father. Hope that made since. Message me if I blundered that.
Added by Kristy Rice on Sep 08, 2013 10:29 PM
|Kristy Rice||Wilson Shreve|
Ok, we found his son, as you know. Here's what else we found. We found his father only it's spelled Shrev. There is a memorial already made for him, so I posted the photo on it. But we also found a child, the stone reads: Nancy J
(we think daughter) of W & N Shrev Aged 11 months 10 days. There is no memorial for this little one. Pretty sure this is their child. The stone was behind Wilson Shrev. Sadly we could not find a stone for Nancy his wife. This cemetery is quite old and on a VERY steap hill. I want you to have the chance to make little Nancy J. memorial. Just let me know and I will gladly give you the picture. Thanks, Kristy Rice
Added by Kristy Rice on Sep 08, 2013 6:14 PM
|K||RE: Steeles in Ferncliff|
I am sorry but I don't live near here or do I have any info. I just added Mr. Steele. Sorry I cannot help.
Added by K on Aug 27, 2013 10:59 AM
|Carolyn Whitaker||RE: Jenkins|
Yes I think Dee and Gene (marvin) are in there. I just finished a section at the cemetery where they are buried. Be sure to check for all the Jenkins and see if any of them are yours and let me know and I'll transfer them to you. Just use the edit button. Also check for any other family members.
Added by Carolyn Whitaker on Jun 25, 2013 12:22 PM
|Marguerite||Woodmans of Maine|
Hi Janelle, I've been digging around looking for Mary Woodman Foster, the 3rd wife of Dr Thomas Foster. I did finally find her in Pine Grove Cemetery in South Montville, buried with her parents Isaac and Abigail. There is a family plot in that cemetery. I will send you an email with all the info I found as it is too much to list here. Just wanted to give you the heads up.
Added by Marguerite on Jun 19, 2013 5:18 PM
Janelle, can you give me some directions to this cemetery, maybe the street address where it can be accessed from Brethern Church Rd. Many thanks, Gordon
Added by Gordon Edwards on Jun 15, 2013 7:26 PM
|Dafydd Williams||Key Hill Cemetery, Birmingham UK|
After an extensive search of Key Hill, and eliciting the help of a former cemetery employee I found out that due to extensive damage during WW2 about 200 re-burials took place mostly in section C & D. I was also told that there may be an archive of pictures of the original graves available. I am still investigating this. For now I have uploaded general views of sections A, D & E. Birmingham is to get a new central library in September, and I may have to wait until then before I can take this further.
Added by Dafydd Williams on May 22, 2013 10:48 AM
|Sandra Lennox||RE: Thomas Foster|
I've been going through books and adding people photos if they have a memorial. I've seen all
kinds of memorials some I don't know how they
can call it a memorial. When I come across an
outstanding memorial like the one you did on
Thomas Foster I like to comment to the creator.
A good memorial is a lot of work and I think you
deserve a pat on the back. Keep up the great work!
Take Care, Sandy
Added by Sandra Lennox on Mar 24, 2013 8:53 PM
|dhb||RE: Cute Picture|
Janelle, Mama was born in Barren Co, as were her parents. Wilma and she were 1st cousins on the Smith side. We lived in Louisville, and made weekend and summer trips to Barren Co. Many good memories of wonderful families. Thanks for mention of the tryke pic:) I'm glad you found a lot of info on your trip!
Added by dhb on Mar 05, 2013 5:47 PM
|dhb||Bacon Parents' Links|
Thank you very much, Janelle:)
Added by dhb on Mar 05, 2013 3:46 PM
|P.K. Magruder||RE: Samuel Worden|
Now you have me confused ;) Yes there are lots of Samuel Worden/Wardens and I have been following Samuel and Jerusha through the census. I am most certain he married only once.
1810 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States
Samuel and Jerusha with two sons under 10, Montague and Thomas
Marriage to Jerusha Burnham
1807 25 Jan
e: Jerusha Burnham Event Type: Marriage Event City: Shutesbury Marriage Date: 25 Jan 1807 Spouse Name: Samuel Warden Jr.
Since Samuel #86391660 was born c. 1805/6 he can't be the Samuel you have been tracking. He might be a nephew; might be a whole different branch of the family; might not be related at all.
Isn't genealogy fun :)
Added by P.K. Magruder on Feb 15, 2013 7:51 PM
|P.K. Magruder||Lura Worden # 86391564|
"Sorry but I don't believe Lura was wife of Samuel R because she could have been a daughter of Samuel not a wife. I found Junes family tree on Ancestry that has Herbert Marcus Worden and family with pictures. No mention of Samuel R but Samuel born abt 1781 died August 26, 1832 Leyden, Mass spouse Abigail Clarke and son of Sylvester Worden born abt 1732 died April 30, 1814 Halifax, Windham, VT"
The marker transcription says "wife of". If Walter & Lottie Corbin say the marker reads "wife of" & is next to Samuel R, you can take it to the bank that the marker calls Lura his wife. Since Samuel R (# 86391660) died in Feb 1846 at age 40, his DoB is c1805/6 and Lura's marker has DoB 1812. She is listed as a widow in the Federal census from 1850 (when individual names in a household first appear) on.
I don't doubt your research but I know the OCD quality of the Corbins' work so I stand with the link.
Added by P.K. Magruder on Feb 15, 2013 7:28 PM
|P.K. Magruder||Samuel Worden|
Not that it is much help in your search but I went back to the Corbin transcriptions & linked the Wordens
Added by P.K. Magruder on Feb 14, 2013 7:08 PM
|P.K. Magruder||Samuel Worden #86391660|
Although I only live one county over from Leyden and about 30 air miles, it is an 1 1/2-2 hour drive from me. A friend, who lives in Leyden, decided to check out the cemeteries on the site and was very disappointed to see that most didn't have any celestial residents. I have the Corbin transcriptions so I added the information. There are volunteers in that area so your photo request probably will get filled once we get past mud season.
Added by P.K. Magruder on Feb 11, 2013 6:19 PM
|Gordon Edwards||RE: Lucy Land Morrow|
You are welcome. I did go back to that cemetery for additional work, and retook Lucy's marker. I used some sidewalk chalk to highlight the text. That was several weeks ago, though. I just looked and it's still here on F-A-G. If I can help further, just holler. Gordon
Added by Gordon Edwards on Jan 03, 2013 10:48 AM
|Record Hunter||G W Bacon|
You sent the following:
"Would you know if George Washington Bacon is buried beside Christina Bacon at Panther Springs Cemetery. He died about ten years later."
Answer: I do not have any personal knowledge of George Washington Bacon being buried in Panther. That being said, you could check the church records, they sometime list deaths. Also death certificates sometime have the grave site. Do you know if there was an obiturary for George, let me know what you find and I will try to find out on my side, regards.
Added by Record Hunter on Jan 01, 2013 5:51 AM
|Mountain Traveler||RE: John Brown Walker|
You have given me no Find A Grave# for John Walker. Use the edit tab if you can.
Added by Mountain Traveler on Dec 28, 2012 7:43 PM
|Goddess||RE: Mary Ellis Miller|
The information comes from 'The Miller Family of Knob Creek, ashington County, TN'by Jeanne Lyle Sell.
Added by Goddess on Dec 20, 2012 2:16 PM
|George Daigneault||RE: Sarah Warden|
I will check records in office for Leman Warden.If he is here I will take a picture and give you location.
Added by George Daigneault on Dec 11, 2012 7:02 PM
|Jason & Mitzie||RE: Basil Wrightenberry|
I added pictures of the other family members buried with him (his parents & siblings I believe).
Added by Jason & Mitzie on Dec 03, 2012 8:57 PM
Hi Janelle, I ended up posting the plot picture for Elizabeth. After a little research, I think she is Barzillai's wife. She is on various censuses with different ages and middle initials but the locations and family members seem to match up, and the dates are pretty close. I also found a marriage record for the two of them: Barzillai B Foster and Lizzie M Blodgett married October 24, 1885, in Portland, or at least I think its them. :-)
Added by Marguerite on Nov 29, 2012 6:24 PM
Hi Janelle, I posted the picture for Barzillai Foster. He was cremated and there is no marker for his grave. Also, next to Arietta and Winthrop Jones in that plot, the office has an Elizabeth B Foster buried, with Barzillai's cremains buried behind her coffin. There is no marker for Elizabeth either. I'm not sure if she is the same one, Barzillai's wife. The office has her death date as Aug 15, 1933, and her age at death was 69. If you think this is her, I will post the picture of the plot for her also.
Added by Marguerite on Nov 23, 2012 4:17 PM
|Marguerite||RE: Foster family|
Yes, please post requests for Evergreen. I can do both Thomas and Adelaide and their daughter Joanna Hunt, and any others in the previous list for Evergreen. If Edmund Woodward is Adelaide and Mary's father, then perhaps Mary is buried in Pine Grove with him.
Added by Marguerite on Nov 21, 2012 5:35 PM
|genealogyfever||Nellie Adelaide Jones Junkins|
If you want information added to a memorial page, please use the "Edit" button provided on every memorial page in the upper right hand corner. Thanks!
Added by genealogyfever on Nov 20, 2012 8:36 PM