|PBadtram||RE: Gay Roth Hamm|
You are very welcome. It was a beautiful day to be out taking pictures here in Davenport, Iowa, today.
Added by PBadtram on Oct 07, 2015 6:49 PM
|2 finger typist||Margaret C Kothe McGill|
Thank You for the transfer.
Added by 2 finger typist on Sep 29, 2015 1:07 PM
|Wilda Dillion||Re: Beezley/Glaze family|
Jill - From the Bible:
Polly Beezley was married to John Glaze July 11, 1832. Polly Glaze died November 18, 1849, age 43. Sarah Glaze born April 11, 1836. J.H.(JOhn Homer) Richardson and Sarah Glaze married at Mantena, ILL. December 24, 1858 by Rev. Dr. Simington.
They were married December 26, 1858 by Isaac L. Simington. Justice of the Peace
John Glaze and Mary Beezley were married in Vermilion County, Illinois 27 August 1834. [I have copies of both of these mariages.]
Beezley can be spelled Beasley, Beesly,but in both the Bible and marriage record it is spelled Beezley. Polly was a commmon nickname for Mary. Polly/Mary was born in Ohio and I think she was a school teacher.
Gale Ion Harris wrote a three part, well researched article on the Glaze family which was published in the "The Genealogist"in 2002 and 2003 Volume 16, No 1 & 2, Volume 17, No. 1. He ends about where we should be able to hook on to his research. By the time they get to Ohio there are any number of Johns.
In 1850 I found Sally A. 14 living with Wm Beasey family in Momence, Will County (later Kankakee County).. I think this is Sarah Glaze.
Hope this is useful, Wilda
Added by Wilda Dillion on Jul 28, 2013 8:21 PM
|Wilda Dillion||Re: Glaze/Beezley family|
Jill - You don't seem to have much on Sarah Richardson's family. The Bible record I have I think came from Sarah's Bible which my grandmother, Luna, had inherited. When Alfred applied for Social Security the only record he had of his birth was the Bible. Grandma tore out that sheet and sent it to him. Clara Akers had this page and copied it for me. After John Akers died Clara's sisters placed her in a nursing home. While Alice was packing up Clara's things she found my letter asking about the Bible. She couldn't find that page although she had seen it in the past. When Ivan moved to Puyallup, Washington he moved grandma into a trailer on his property. When she was moved to a nursing home they found the trailer had leaked and the Bible was wet and mildewed. It was burned but not before Ivan saved one more page. I think that's where Dad go those other death dates. More later. Wilda
Added by Wilda Dillion on Jul 28, 2013 7:33 PM
|Wilda Dillion||RE: Homer Richardson|
Jill - I can't seem to get your e-mail to work. I think there's something wrong with my computer. I'm sure that John and Jane are John Homer's parents. You can find the two families together in Jasper County, Indiana in 1870.
Then there is this little item. "Mrs Jane Richardson returned last week from Missouri in rather poor health. She had been visiting her son, Homer." Kankakee Gazette, November 20, 1879
I've got more. Wilda
Added by Wilda Dillion on Jul 17, 2013 9:16 PM
|Wilda Dillion||RE: Homer Richardson|
Jill - I'm in a mess right now as its been a long time since I've worked on the Colliers and Richardsons. I was going through some files last night and found a letter my Dad wrote giving me some info on the family. He gave his grandfather as John Homer who died 14 January 1894 age 68, Verner Ulysses died 18 July 1893 age 25 and Frank Ernest died 18 April 1895. I have never found where these three are buried. They were living in the sand hills of Nebraska, working on the railroad through Nebraska into Montana. Verner was killed when he was struck by lightening while freighting and I think his horses were killed. Frank died from a carbuncle on the back of his neck. I'm not sure they were in Sheridan Nebraska when they died. I've been there and could not find a grave or an obit in the local paper. I have a copy of Homer and Sarah's marriage license and he gives his name as John H. Wilda
Added by Wilda Dillion on Jul 17, 2013 2:15 PM
|Wilda Dillion||Agnes Collier|
Jill - Thank you for transferring my mother to me. I now have her connected to her parents.
Added by Wilda Dillion on Feb 24, 2013 12:58 PM
|Raymond S Feigh||Note Of Appreciation,|
HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM CALIFORNIA !!!
Thank-you, Jill, for your quick and corteous response to my transfer request for the Clifton Darby memorial.. When you have time, you asked me if I would like his wife's memorial, and I think I'll take you up on that offer...
My genuine heartfelt appreciation for your assistance,
RAINBOLT Family Historian,
R S Feigh
Added by Raymond S Feigh on Jan 01, 2013 10:03 AM
|derekderek gladden||Thank you|
my name is derek gladden. I lost my father to cancer in 1970 when i was 9 years old, iam now a married father of a 15 year old son and a wounderfull wife of 22 years. I miss and think of my father every day and remind my son of him just as often.thank you for takin care of billy genes gladdens marker as i wish i could but i live way up in toronto canada ..derek hansel gladden
Added by derekderek gladden on Jun 24, 2012 4:47 PM
Thanks for the 2 transfers.
Added by Sue Allen on Jan 12, 2012 8:26 AM
|Laura Breite||RE: Wells, Ruth & Willard|
Thanks Jill. I would be willing to take care of any of the following that are in Oakdale Memorial:
Davis (Nannie Ree, John William, Robert Edward, William Thomas "Bill", Douglas Alen)
Keith (Daisy, Willard, Betty Ann)
Added by Laura Breite on Oct 31, 2011 8:35 AM
|Marylouise Fraijo Ambriz||Ralph D. Fraijo # 56368555|
Thank you for my uncle's memorial page. Would you be willing to transfer it to me?
Marylouise Fraijo Ambriz
Added by Marylouise Fraijo Ambriz on Jul 07, 2011 5:28 AM
|Marsha P||Trezise Transferws|
Thank you so much for the transfers. I really appreciate it. Thanks again. Marsha
Added by Marsha P on Jul 04, 2011 2:37 PM
|Charles E. Carroll||Truman Blackshear|
Thank you for the memorial transfer and especially for your original posting.
Added by Charles E. Carroll on Apr 06, 2011 1:42 PM
|Charles E. Carroll||Oakdale Memorial|
I saw your posting of a memorial for Truman L. Blackshear. If you get back out that way would it be possible to look and see if his parents are buried near him? They were Ocie and Velma Blackshear.
Thank you for posting Truman's memorial!
Added by Charles E. Carroll on Apr 03, 2011 3:51 PM
|Ron Day||Thank You!|
Thanks for all of the help you've given to me thus far, Jill, and for the pictures. It's really nice to find someone as helpful as you are.
Added by Ron Day on Feb 10, 2011 8:12 PM
|Cameron-Ashley Heath||Muchas Gracias Jill|
Thanks Jill once again! It's snowing here right now.
Added by Cameron-Ashley Heath on Nov 21, 2010 4:31 PM
|REW||William and Edna Benderman|
Thank you so much for the photos. This always helps to complete a memorial. William was my mother's half brother, one of a total of 13 children. Now we know where they all are. Thank you.
Rheda Elliff Ward
Added by REW on Nov 14, 2010 6:08 PM
|Patti Podboy||Robert A. Sylvester|
Thanks so much, Jill, for taking the photo of Robert's marker and paying your respects on his memorial page. I really appreciate it.
Added by Patti Podboy on Nov 07, 2010 5:45 PM
|Tyler Morgan||RE: Vernon & Nellie Fox|
If you are interested, there was a Adda Belle Fox buried next to B. Vernon and Nellie. I took a picture of the stone just in case.
Added by Tyler Morgan on Aug 16, 2010 3:02 PM
|H.S. Foster||George Foster|
Thanks so much for taking this picture. George is part of my Foster genealogy research, thanks again.
Added by H.S. Foster on Aug 14, 2010 7:32 PM
|j miller; AKA-: thestonehunter||Thank you for Mildred ALice Young photo|
Thank you the gravestone for Mildred Alice Horn Young. Was there a gravestone next to hers that of her husband. I thought I requested it also, but guess not. If you are in the are again can you take it.
Joe in ID
Added by j miller; AKA-: thestoneh... on Aug 09, 2010 1:01 PM
|Onionbun||Vandiver & Carver|
Thank you so much for taking the time to go to Oakdale Cemetery. The photographs are great!
I appreciate all of your efforts.
Added by Onionbun on Aug 08, 2010 5:49 PM
|Maryann ||Thank you for finding James Hammers grave|
Thank you so much for locating and photographing the headstone of my great-grandfather, James H. Hammers. My father never met his grandfather, and never knew where he was buried. He was very happy to see the nice little headstone, and know where it is located. He and I thank you!
Added by Maryann on Jun 30, 2010 1:53 AM