|Gary Feezel||Rosa Krost|
I've made your updates. I also found her parents, and linked them. Do you know what happened to her husband, John?
Added by Gary Feezel on Feb 27, 2012 6:40 PM
I have transfer her to you. I do not have her in our family tree at this time.
One of my Epps family lines married a Buchanan, so I add names when I find them who knows they might connect later, however I transfer to people who are related.
Added by Reba Chunn on Feb 17, 2012 12:14 PM
|Reba Chunn||Irma Lenore Stinson Buchanan|
I have added info and added link to father. Are you related? If so let me know.
Added by Reba Chunn on Feb 16, 2012 4:10 PM
|Fred Cornelius Cohoon||Wait Rodgers Worden family|
add information and tried to update what I could.
Thank you - send anything any time
Added by Fred Cornelius Cohoon on Jan 04, 2012 11:59 AM
|TX Taphophile||RE: Homer & Daisy Bateman|
My pleasure...hope is was helpful.
All the best,
Added by TX Taphophile on Dec 29, 2011 4:41 PM
|Wayne Hatcher||RE: Hugh Jones|
You are most welcomed. Yes, I did photo his wife's tombstone which was next to his. I have added it and linked them together. Happy New Year.
Added by Wayne Hatcher on Dec 28, 2011 2:46 PM
|Larry Wales||RE: Worden memorials|
I descend from Gideon Worden, John Worden III's brother, and Phebe ( Bates ) Worden. on my Grandmother's side of the family. I have a Worden family record written in the 1860's by Oliver Norton Worden, that lists data about the first 11-12 generations.
Added by Larry Wales on Dec 23, 2011 5:56 PM
|Kathy H||"Alla" vs. "Ella"|
Yes, I think someone "goofed." Although the name "Alla" is an interesting one, I think the final authority is probably the gravestone!
Added by Kathy H on Dec 17, 2011 7:30 PM
|Ann Bershaw||correction suggestion|
Memorial # 53409530
Mae Stonecipher Breeze maiden name is spelled incorrectly and her death month is November.
Thanks for your work.
Added by Ann Bershaw on Dec 17, 2011 12:03 AM
|Kathy H||Ella or Alla|
Sorry this took me so long.... I uploaded the photo for Ella M. Windust but she is listed as "Alla" M. Let me know if that's not correct, but there is no "Ella" listed in the Dayton cemetery, so I'm thinking this stone belongs to Ella, not Alla.
Hope THAT made sense! lol
Added by Kathy H on Dec 14, 2011 4:56 PM
|AZLITE||James E. & Nellie Irvin|
Thanks for the great headstone photos. Their son Phillip and his wife Wanda Irvin should be buried close to James and Nellie. Next time you are taking pictures at Ebenezer Cemetery, it would be wonderful to have their headstone pictures too, if you happen across them. Thanks a million.
Added by AZLITE on Dec 06, 2011 11:12 AM
|Cindy Robertson Bonus||Dale Lloyd Reader in Ebeneezer Cemetery|
Hi, First I want to say thank you for your time and energy to go out and take photos and add to Findagrave! Would it be possible for you to connect Dale to his parents. He was my grandmother's brother. Also the Anna Ryan Reader was his wife. I am not asking for anything to be transferred just connected. Please feel free to email me at email@example.com. Dale's # is 81424040, Anna is 80619472, his parents are Charles 49903538 and Nellie 49903606. I appreciate this if you can do it and understand if you can not. Thank you again for the time you take to help people like me!
Added by Cindy Robertson Bonus on Dec 04, 2011 11:49 AM
|J. Bean||Ebenezer Cemetery|
Thank you SO much for taking the photo of Lloyd Boatright at Ebenezer Cemetery. I REALLY appreciate your time and effort on my behalf.
Added by J. Bean on Dec 02, 2011 12:13 PM
|Janiece Angle Burgess||Thank You!|
Thank you so much for your time taking pictures at the Ebenezer Cemetery, especially my Cowgur/Cowger family.
Added by Janiece Angle Burgess on Nov 04, 2011 7:29 PM
|Kathy H||RE: Mida Windust|
The larger memorial is for Ella M. Windust but I notice that there is no photo for her. Would you like that photo also?
Added by Kathy H on Oct 10, 2011 8:09 PM
|Ann Bershaw||Margaret Isabel Faulkner Breeze|
Are you sure that Margaret (#53410139) is buried at Fouts cemetery? I have a photo of her gravestone at Little Grove Cemetery in Walnut Hill, IL. She shares a stone with her husband Owen Breeze and the dates are the same. I descend from Robert Breeze/Margaret Copple.
Ann Wayman Bershaw
Added by Ann Bershaw on Oct 06, 2011 12:13 AM
I found a simple granite marker with just the name "MIDA" on it. It was close by Ella Windust. I think this must be the Mida Windust you are looking for. If it is, I'm happy to post the photo.
Added by Kathy H on Oct 01, 2011 11:28 PM
|Chad||RE: Alice Patton|
Yes!! You found it Wendy! The Jefferson County ILGenWeb page has a listing of burials with photos. The Alice Patton photograph is for the wrong one here on Find A Grave. I think you're right, George probably married the other Alice after his first wife died.
I can check the Marion County marriages at the Centralia Library to see if there is a Turkington/Patton marriage.
I have the obituary for Alice Ann (Turkington) Patton from the Centralia Sentinel. I can email it to you if you would like it. I did not get George's since I did not have his death date until now but I will look that one up tomorrow or Friday.
FYI, Ed Turkington married Mildred McNeil. I found an obituary online in the Mt. Vernon Register for their son Daniel Turkington.
Awesome, thanks for your insight! If you would like, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by Chad on Jul 27, 2011 3:25 PM
macklin, I'm hoping you can clear up some confusion for me. I'm tracking down my ggg grand aunt Elizabeth Adaline (Allen) Smith. I believe her daughter was Alice Ann Smith who married Sam Turkington on 26 May 1876. Samuel died 6 Mar 1902. I believe Alice then married a George Patton. I have the obituary for Elizabeth Adaline and at some point before she died her last name became Gibson. No idea when or who, can't find any records for that. I found her in the 1920 census living with George and Alice Patton and Ed Turkington. I looked up Alice Ann Patton's obituary and it has her as Alice Ann (Turkington) Patton. She died 18 Oct 1938 (confirmed in Illinois Statewide Death Records) south of Walnut Hill and was 79 yr, 10 mo, and 26 days and buried in Little Grove. No other family members mentioned. Alice Patton's death record on Family Search states her father was a John Smith (it would actually have been William N Smith) but mother listed unknown. She was born "near Carlyle, IL" (would actually have been Brookside Township west of Centralia). Now, George Patton married an Alice P Fouts on 18 Sep 1873 in Marion County and you have her parents listed as Fouts. The Alice Patton in Little Grove shows her death as 21 Oct 1938 but the Illinois records, Family Search, and the obituary have 18 Oct 1938. Could there been another George that married Alice P Fouts? Could Alice Fouts have died shortly after her marriage to George Patton who then married Alice Ann (Smith) Turkington? I've got a mess.
Added by Chad on Jul 27, 2011 12:47 PM
|V Ferrara||RE: Ashel Bateman|
Yes, I was born in Centralia and spent a few years of my childhood there. Our vacations were always spent in Centralia, visiting family. Recently I have visited a few times, after an absence of almost 15 years.
Added by V Ferrara on Jun 27, 2011 11:16 AM
|V Ferrara||RE: Ashel Bateman|
Ashel Bateman is my 4th great grandfather...his daughter Elizabeth Ann, older sister to your relative Nancy, is my 3rd great grandmother.
Added by V Ferrara on Jun 27, 2011 10:54 AM
|V Ferrara||common ancestors|
We have common ancestors. Ashel Bateman was my 4th great grandfather. Wonder how many ways we are related?
Added by V Ferrara on Jun 25, 2011 12:01 PM
|OnlyMe||Cecily Chapin (1601-1683)|
Are you still interested in a photo of the Cecily Chapin grave? If so, please call the office to get location info.
Added by OnlyMe on Aug 26, 2010 7:19 AM
She is also my Great Great Grandmother. I am the granddaughter of Roy & Francis Noller and the Daughter of Roy & Ada (Crane) Noller. Which one of Grandpa's brothers or sisters were your parent?
Added by Valeri Shutt on Apr 09, 2011 10:28 PM