|Robin Knowles Miner||RE: Hi Robin|
I don't have a burial location for J L Sandlin, either. Here is what I know:
Born: 24 Feb 1830 in Blounts Ferry, Columbia, Florida and died 1893 in Columbia County, FL
He married Caroline E. Phelps on 4 Jun 1850 in Blounts Ferry, Columbia County, Florida
He married Lucy Lee on 16 January 1876 in Clay Landing, Lafayette County, Floirda
Lucy remarried William M. Peed and is buried in the Santa Fe Cemetery.
I cannot find James or Caroline's graves. He would have been my Great Great uncle. Thanks for writing.
Added by Robin Knowles Miner on Dec 12, 2014 7:48 AM
|karen parker-galvin||RE: memorial #74140734|
Hi John, thanks so much! Hope all is well with you and that you will gave a wonderful Holiday season.
Thanks again and my best to you and your family,
Added by karen parker-galvin on Nov 09, 2014 6:28 AM
|Brian Backes||RE: Ref: Memorial # 74140734|
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could be of some help.
Added by Brian Backes on Nov 08, 2014 10:35 PM
|Robin Knowles Miner||Sandlin, Pattersons|
I am so glad to meet you! Robert Sandlin was my 3rd great grandfather. I am descended from his daughter Elizabeth, who married James Jackson Knowles. James and Elizabeth's son, my great grandfather, married Virginia Adella Patterson, daughter of Nathaniel John Patterson and his second wife Mary Ann Brown (who was the sister of his first wife). Such great family history and such wonderful stories you have included in your entries. Just wanted to say hello to a new found cousin.
Robin Knowles Miner in Alabama :)
Added by Robin Knowles Miner on Sep 30, 2014 6:31 AM
|Sue||Thank you for sharing information|
Some of my ancestors are Joseph Harris; General George Aldrich, Joshua Howe and Matthew Pratt.
You can see these people behind my great great grandfather Harrison Harris on my Ancestry tree. Harrison came from Ontario, Canada about 1865 to be a founder of Pelican Rapids, Otter Tail County, Minnesota.
Added by Sue on Aug 28, 2014 2:41 PM
|Laverne Tornow||Jessie Turner|
Thank you, I am descended from your Jessie Sr's sister Cynthia Luthentia Turner Garrett. I have scanned the estate Records of Jessie and Cynthia's father Jesse Turner Sr of Appling Co GA then Hamilton County FL. Please contact me if interested in having a copy of them.
Laverne Hammock Tornow
Added by Laverne Tornow on Aug 27, 2014 11:39 AM
|Charlotte Ann Price||Memorial# 10297978|
May I use the CSA photo Of Mr Turner?
Added by Charlotte Ann Price on Jul 07, 2014 1:35 PM
|Ryan-O||RE: Oxford history|
Great thanks John.
Added by Ryan-O on Jun 25, 2014 12:52 PM
I just double checked the History of Oxford I found on line:
In the genealogy section under Amidown see Jeremiah. His son Isaac b. 1772 married Hannah dau. of Ebenezer Foster.
So this corroborates that it's not Hannah dau. of Timothy.
Added by Ryan-O on Jun 25, 2014 11:48 AM
p.s. - Plus there is the fact that Isaac Amidon was born in 1772 and it is possible but unlikely that he married the Hannah Foster born in 1750 - 22 years older than he was.
Added by Ryan-O on Jun 25, 2014 11:37 AM
|Ryan-O||RE: Hannah Foster Info|
Hi John - thanks for getting back to me.
Here's what happened. Charles Baker originally created the memorial for Hannah (Foster) Amidon (1773-1840). Contributor ASB took the photo of her stone. She put a caption on the picture that you can read if you click on it. It reads "Stone identical & next to husband Isaac. Age 67 yrs legible at bottom."
He transferred the memorial to you. I'm not sure if you changed any of the info after acquiring it. But the current info is definitely incorrect.
If look at the vital records of Dudley, massachusetts to 1850 online at the link below:
You will see there were two Hannah Fosters born in Dudley:
First one was Hannah born March 18, 1750 to Timothy and Mary.
The other was Hannah born April 4, 1773 to Ebenezer and Mary. That is who this memorial is for when Charles Baker created it before he transferred it to you.
The 1st Hannah b. 1750 did marry Amos Hooker March 10, 1768 in Dudley as you can see in the Vital Records link I gave you.
The 2nd Hannah b. 1773 married Isaac Amidon, intentions filed in Dudley March 1, 1794.
If you click on the grave photo for Hannah on her memorial you can see contributor ASB typed a message saying "Stone identical & next to husband Isaac. Age 67 yrs legible at bottom."
The death record for Hannah Amidon is in the Vital Records link as well she died in 1840 and it says she was 67 years old to the day. And if she was 67 years old that would be 1773. Also on your memorial under Note is says "age 67yrs; wife of Isaac" So this cannot be the Hannah you think it is. Your Hannah was born in 1750 and her gravestone nor Amos Hooker's have not been found yet.
I hope this helps and I hope you can fix it for me. The Hooker part of her name should be deleted and her birth date should be April 4, 1773.
Thanks so much. Sorry about the long message.
Added by Ryan-O on Jun 25, 2014 11:33 AM
Thank you for the info you put on some of my Burt family specifically the Hon. Joseph Burt a 5x Great Uncle of mine. Appreciate it and enjoyed the reading.
Added by kate on Apr 26, 2014 9:33 AM
|Sabina||George C. Kelsey|
Parents and wife links added. Thanks!
Added by Sabina on Apr 23, 2014 7:55 AM
|cocoplum||James and Frances Hodge|
I would like to thank you for taking the time to find the headstone for my 2nd great grandparents, James and Frances Hodge. It is much appreciated. Thank you again.
Added by cocoplum on Mar 04, 2014 2:32 PM
|Grace Younglove Hudson||Turner|
RE:Grace would you please transfer my cousin Arthur Turner Jr to me?
My Contributor # is 47322896
Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Feb 14, 2014 11:57 AM
|Karen Foster Montgomery||Timothy Foster, Find A Grave # 93902412|
How great to know that history about the Summerall cemetery and thank you for passing it on to me.
As for being related, one never knows down the road; however, I believe Timothy would be called a cousin-in-law to me. Here is how I see the picture.
1) Abijah 'Habijah' Foster, born Ipswich, MA, 1707 = 2nd cousin 7x removed
2) (son) Samuel Foster, born 1742 New Ipswich, NH = 3rd cousin 6x removed
married Tabitha Hodgkins, born 1745 Hillsborough Co NH, married in New Ipswich, NH, 24 Oct 1764.
Samuel Foster died 01 Oct 1778 in Hartford, CT.
Per a letter found in his pension file, Tabitha remarried 31 Dec 1789, to Jonathan Onion (III), in Shrewsbury, Rutland, VT.
Jonathan Onion (III) born 1747 MA is son of Jonathan Onion Jr. and Sarah May.
Sarah May is sister to Mary 'Molly' May (born 1719) who married Ensign Timothy Foster Sr. (born 1715).
The round-about way Ancestry explains their relationship of me to Ensign Foster of: husband of aunt of husband of wife of 3rd cousin 6x removed !
Added by Karen Foster Montgomery on Feb 12, 2014 12:30 PM
|Karen Foster Montgomery||Thomas Anthony Summerall|
Find A Grave Memorial# 110606245
Thank you for the great memorial for my 4th great grandfather. Appreciate it.
Karen Foster Montgomery
Added by Karen Foster Montgomery on Feb 11, 2014 2:31 PM
|Lori Humble||Henry Lowenthal|
I added his father's link to his memorial and also transferred the memorial to your care. Have a great day!
Added by Lori Humble on Feb 06, 2014 3:20 AM
|Irish-ish||Georgia Harris Frink Dozier|
Thank you for your help with this memorial. Since she is a cousin to you, would you like me to transfer this memorial to you? I am always happy to transfer memorials to family members if they would like. :)
Added by Irish-ish on Jan 12, 2014 4:14 PM
|Halsey||W. Ray transferred|
Hello. I transferred W. Ray's memorial to you per your request. Have a great Thanksgiving.
Added by Halsey on Nov 26, 2013 6:53 PM
|MHN||Annie Hycienth Parker Hancock|
I added the information and the link. Take a look and see if it is alright. If not I will fix it. MHN
Added by MHN on Nov 21, 2013 5:47 AM
Added his middle name. Thank you. MHN
Added by MHN on Nov 20, 2013 4:59 PM
|MHN||RE: Callie Parker|
You are more than welcome to your great-grandfather's memorial. I am glad that it was there for you. MHN
Added by MHN on Nov 20, 2013 2:23 PM
|MHN||RE: Callie Parker|
"It is this rule( I am referring too that falls within the rules and since,Callie Stuart Parker is my Great Great Granndmother."
Great-great-grandparents are 5th generation
1. Yourself, siblings
5. g-g great grandparents and so on
As soon as I get the request for your great-grandfather I will transfer to you.
Added by MHN on Nov 20, 2013 1:55 PM
You did not ask for a transfer of Feddy only that I change his name. I did this immediately. As he is your great-grandfather, I will transfer him to you if you use the edit tab and request. I have never refused a transfer within the guidelines. 2nd great-grandparents are not in the guidelines and I do know the four-generation rule. Siblings, Parents, Grandparents and Great-Grandparents. MHN
Added by MHN on Nov 20, 2013 12:57 PM