Thank you for the suggestion, but the fact is that Elisha Lyon(s) is Terry's father. I have done research on ALL this family for 30+ years and my research is documented and correct. The picture that is posted to his memorial is from my Ancestry.com (now private) of Terry and his 1st wife Rebecca. George Bates was Terry's mother Martha Ward Lyon(s) 2nd husband and they were married 1 NOV 1832 Ross County, Ohio. I can only "assume" that the informant on the death certificate was Terry Lyons' 2nd wife Margaret as it is signed Maggie and she was incorrect with her reporting.
Added by junomyth on May 04, 2016 12:53 PM
|Karen Allen Rink||Crosby updates|
I have made the updates to the Crosby families in Cleveland Cemetery.
I noticed Alice's maiden name was Millard. There is a Joseph J. Millard with these dates 1894-1953 in Cleveland Cemetery. Is he related to Alice?
Also, are Albert S., Albert U., and John Wesley children on William J. and Sarah J Cook ?
Added by Karen Allen Rink on Apr 05, 2016 8:27 AM
|Li Ann Lee||Leticia Frances Smith Nordyke|
Leticia was James' only wife. He didn't have another wife. According to H H Turner, nephew of Elizabeth Ann Nordyke Harper, and son of Jane Nordyke Turner, his grandmother went to California with some of her children. If you want I can email you the exact transcription of the history that he gave.
Israel Nordyke, James and Leticia's son was in Sutter Co., CA in the 1850 census, but no mention of her.
Can you please fix your bio on her? I would appreciate it.
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by Li Ann Lee on Apr 01, 2016 3:41 PM
|Cameron Herrell||RE: 69614917|
I added the dc to memorial. DC shows he died in 1925. His wife was the informant for the DC. I don't know what they did to get the stone birth year to be engraved for 1853 instead.
Added by Cameron Herrell on Mar 31, 2016 12:52 PM
I have tried to contact you several times. Can you Please get back to me. Darrel Volner
Added by Darrel Volner on Mar 05, 2016 8:58 AM
|Steven Zawicki||Leota Zawicki|
Would you please transfer her memorial to me? This is my paternal grandmother.
Added by Steven Zawicki on Dec 08, 2015 1:25 PM
|Cincinnati Spring Grove Volunteer Admin||liebenrood|
Added by Cincinnati Spring Grove V... on Aug 22, 2015 2:42 PM
|Paulie67||RE: Thomas Parry|
Added by Paulie67 on Jun 26, 2015 11:55 PM
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=70564460&PIpi=98769101 Can you remove this picture so I can add other pictures to my great grandfather's memorial? Thanks
Added by Paulie67 on Jun 21, 2015 10:23 AM
118412845 this is still showing your name. Sorry :/
Added by JenE4 on May 24, 2015 8:00 PM
|JenE4||Cleo and Laurel Hitchcock|
I don't think the transfers went through for these two.
Added by JenE4 on May 24, 2015 5:17 PM
Yes this is all of my family. Thank you very much!
Added by JenE4 on May 24, 2015 9:24 AM
|JenE4||Hitchcock, Brumbaugh, Hall & Shay Families|
Hello again! I didn't realize that you also had my whole family! This is a family plot and could you transfer them to me as well? Do you need the burial number for each? Thanks so much!
Added by JenE4 on May 23, 2015 12:47 PM
Cleo Hitchcock Carter is my Maternal Grandmother and would really like it if you could transfer her to me. Thank you kindly!
Added by JenE4 on May 23, 2015 12:38 PM
I went to the cemetery today to take a photo of Miriam's grave but she doesn't have a stone. I'm going to put a photo on the memorial of Jacob's so you can see there is empty space on both sides of his grave. The cemetery records show 3 spaces that are unmarked.
Added by historyseeker on Mar 21, 2015 7:29 PM
|Cameron Herrell||Mulberry memorials|
I had to add some memorials to his cemetery that you worked pretty good. Would you like for me to transfer them to you?
Added by Cameron Herrell on Mar 16, 2015 7:19 AM
|Cameron Herrell||RE: 69604857|
You're very welcome. When you look at the Missouri dc's, please keep in mind that the informant does not always have the correct information on the deceased or that maybe the recorder of the dc does not hear the person right. I just sent you an edit for Minnie Archer as it listed her maiden name as Robinson on the dc but it actually it is Robison and her folks are buried in Mulberry. Also, when you are caught up in doing things, you may want to go down your list in Mulberry and see if you can add any Missouri dc info to those memorials you have posted. Genealogy is fun - and you learn to be a good detective. I am retired, so this is my hobby, while my wife is a quilter.
Have a great week.
Added by Cameron Herrell on Mar 02, 2015 6:52 AM
|Cameron Herrell||RE: 69604857|
THANK YOU! Free online is Missouri death certificates from 1910-1963. Before long they will add 1964. Search Missouri Digital Heritage Death Certificates and click on www.sos.mo.gov/records/archives/archivesdb/deathcertificates. Scroll down to entry for search. Sometime this year, the State of Missouri is supposed to have Missouri Marriage Records free online from 1805-1969. The other thing I use to search with, is my subscription to Ancestry.com. Also, when I am getting ready to do a photo shoot of a Bates County Cemetery, I go to the Butler Public Library and have them copy off the needed cemetery pages out of their 1980 Bates County Cemeteries book that the Mormons made when they came and volunteered walk and document each cemetery in Bates County. They did make some errors, so I have a friend who is a volunteer for their genealogy department, who is currently working on the Oak Hill Cemetery going line by line in comparison with the 1960 DAR (Daughters of American Revolution) walk they did in 1960. You'd be surprised how many flat stones have disappeared beneath the grass and dirt in just 20 years, and now it's been 34 years since the last one. I hope this helps you.
Added by Cameron Herrell on Mar 01, 2015 7:47 PM
|Martin Kester||Israel Nordyke|
Those Keister Family members who migrated from Virginia to Missouri dropped the "i" from the last name but kept the "Keeester" sounding pronounciation right on down until my generation.
At the time Israel and Rieves found the merchantile Rieves was probably using the Keister spelling as it is reflected on his first plat map in Vernon County that way in 1876 on the 1903 version it was changed to Kester.
Added by Martin Kester on Dec 11, 2014 4:18 PM
|Martin Kester||Israel Smith Nordyke|
In your writeup for my Great-Great Grandfather Israel Smith Nordyke you state that Israel went into the merchantile business with his son-law Jacob Kester. Actually it was my Great-Grandfather Rieves Jackson Kester who married his daughter Mary Elizabeth Nordyke. Rieves was living with his uncle by the name of Jacob Kester in the sam general area as Israel.It may have been Jacob who opened the Opera as I have never been aware of Rieve's involvement with an Opera.Rieves and Mary Elizabeth got married in 1870 and relocated to Walker, Vernon County, Missouri in 1876
Added by Martin Kester on Dec 10, 2014 1:37 PM
|T.O.T.||Reed Downing Throgmorton|
Thanks very much for the transfer Ann! Thanks for all you do creating memorials. Your efforts and dedication is very much appreciated.
Added by T.O.T. on Nov 24, 2014 8:33 PM
|Ruth Aguilar||RE: 119531229 ISRAEL SMITH NORDYKE|
Thank you! It is posted. Ruth
Added by Ruth Aguilar on Nov 18, 2014 9:27 AM
|Ruth Aguilar||119531229 ISRAEL SMITH NORDYKE|
Good Morning, Ann,
May I post his photo on your memorial to my 4 greats grandfather? Thank you very much for such a great bio!! I believe you knew more than I had yet!! Thanks, Ruth
Added by Ruth Aguilar on Nov 18, 2014 8:51 AM
|Susanna Parrish Allen||RE: 124456308|
No problem. Enjoy helping!
Added by Susanna Parrish Allen on Oct 28, 2014 3:39 PM
|Susanna Parrish Allen||RE: 124456308|
I have added info on the Volner family. Go my my profile and search my records for that surname. I will go to the cemetery after work and take photos of the headstones. I assume that Henrietta is also there but the headstone is missing or damaged.
Added by Susanna Parrish Allen on Oct 28, 2014 2:50 AM