Thanks for letting me know. It's been deleted. :)
Added by Timeless on May 22, 2014 6:07 PM
|C Vokoun||Robert Greenlee|
You are correct, this is a cenotaph. I will change the memorial on my end. Thanks for the information!
Added by C Vokoun on Jan 19, 2014 2:35 PM
|Grave Finder||RE: Mary Thomas|
Marcus L. Howard, Jr. was the son of DOCTOR Benjamin Howard was married to Maud Thomas, who was the daughter of Capt. Thomas.
Added by Grave Finder on Dec 25, 2013 9:44 PM
|Grave Finder||RE: Mary Thomas|
Added by Grave Finder on Dec 25, 2013 9:39 PM
|Grave Finder||Mary Thomas|
So you said you found some clippings in your grandfather's papers. So how is he related to Capt. John B. Thomas?
Capt. was my gg grandfather, Julia was his first wife and not related to me. He remarried and his 2nd wife, Martha was my gg grandmother.
Mary was my gg Aunt on Capt. side.
Added by Grave Finder on Dec 25, 2013 1:39 PM
Gail, are you related to James McGovney, Sr. of Lisburn, Ireland? His father's name was Thomas. He married Agnes Nancy Crockett. They had ten known children; five sons and five daughters. Descendants lived in Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio (many stayed in this state), Indiana and Illinois. They have entwined several times with my ancestors from Adams County, Ohio area. Let me know if have brick walls, perhaps I can assist you in breaking them down. God Bless. Mary
Added by M. Richards on Aug 30, 2013 7:48 AM
|Landon Tanner||John Tener|
If you study this John Tener family as long and hard as I have, you will see that John Tener was not born in Germany. None of his family were born in Germany. They are the Turner family of Prince Georges Co., MD. His family is closely related to the Turners of Anne Arundel Co., MD. The names Danner, Tanner & Tener are simply variations of the French name "Turner". My Tanner family comes from the true German "Huguenot" Danners from southern Germany and Switzerland. John Tener's family comes from the English "Walloon" Turners from Belgium or Luxemberg. This is exactly where Walloons get confused with Huguenots. Although the Turners came to America from England, this is the only possible explanation (other than simple error) for the 1880 census entry mentioning Germany. John Sr. Tener was probably born in Prince Georges Co., Maryland, USA, a son of William Turner & wife Ann Maynard. Sincerely, Landon Doyle Tanner
Added by Landon Tanner on Aug 11, 2013 12:41 PM
|Sandra Johnson Witt||Battle of Natural Bridge|
Gail, You asked me if B. A. Morris was at the Battle of Natural Bridge. I do not know, but it is possible because he lived very close to Tallahassee. I will let you know if I find out that he was there.
Added by Sandra Johnson Witt on Mar 13, 2013 9:32 AM
|Sandra Johnson Witt||B.A. Morris transfer|
Gail, Thanks so much for the prompt Benjamin Augustus Morris transfer! Sandy
Added by Sandra Johnson Witt on Mar 13, 2013 5:01 AM
|Sandra Johnson Witt||B. A. Morris transfer request|
Thank you for adding the gravestone photo for B.A. Morris (C.S.A. inscription) in Roseland Cemetery in Monticello. He is Benjamin Augustus Morris, who was my husband's great grandfather. I have added a Memorial for his wife, Mary Margaret Roach Morris, who is buried next to him (Memorial #106598258). I would like to add his biography, family photos and family links. His Memorial number is 86043782.
F.A.G. member #47026887
Added by Sandra Johnson Witt on Mar 12, 2013 1:37 PM
|Kathy Jones-Kristof||Jane Graham-McGovney|
I found this online:
History of Adams County, Ohio
from its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time
by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B. Stivers
April 26, Thomas McGovney and Jennie Graham, by Samuel Young
Added by Kathy Jones-Kristof on Nov 25, 2012 1:24 PM
|Kathy Jones-Kristof||Jane Graham-McGovney|
Added by Kathy Jones-Kristof on Nov 25, 2012 1:23 PM
|Valarie Vine||Theodore C. Fitch (Sylvan C.)|
Great picture of the CAPT. Don't know if you are aware, but a lovely new stone for him was recently put in place.
Added by Valarie Vine on Oct 27, 2012 4:28 PM
THANK YOU VERY MUCH.DEBBIE
Added by Debbie Hime on Oct 12, 2012 10:30 PM
|Wiregrass Irisheyes||Jane Stevens Edwards Sheehy Transfer|
THANK YOU for the transfer! That was so very thoughtful and kind of you. I hope you have a wonderful day.
Added by Wiregrass Irisheyes on Sep 27, 2012 12:46 PM
|Betty Patterson||Heston Kyle|
Thank you. I posted it and now he will be recognized for what he did.
Added by Betty Patterson on Sep 15, 2012 12:10 PM
|M. Richards||RE: ELIZABETH DOUGLAS|
Gail, The way the old maps were, Elizabeth may have been born in southwestern part of Pennsylvania, that later became a part of Kentucky. My understanding is that she was not yet three when the family was in Kentucky. So all she may have ever known was she was from Kentucky. Where do you have her siblings born? Especially Nancy? We maybe able to piece this together.
Added by M. Richards on Aug 31, 2012 7:12 PM
|M. Richards||ELIZABETH DOUGLAS|
Gail, I noticed you have Elizabeth Douglas born in Kentucky, at least if this is same Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Douglas and Rachel Bodkin; she was born in Pennsylvania and raised in Kentucky from infancy. She married James McGovney, Jr. on October 6, 1817 in Adams County, Ohio. They had ten known children; five sons and five daughters. Could be another Elizabeth; but my James only married once and died in 1880, six years before his wife. Just curious, please don't take offense. I'm always making corrections and additions to my family's genealogy.
Added by M. Richards on Aug 31, 2012 1:04 PM
|Debbie J||RE: James McGovney|
The marker is probably so old it disappeared.
Added by Debbie J on Aug 30, 2012 12:18 PM
|Debbie J||RE: Roy McGovney|
Roy's parents are Carey and Cora. I've added links and obit. Thank you.
Added by Debbie J on Aug 28, 2012 8:37 PM
|Grandma Patti||RE: John W. Tener|
I can't answer (yet) about the marker on John's grave. I have started posting from the cemetery records that I acquired at the library. However, I also just made a trip to the cemetery and took a bunch of photo's and I am in the process of posting from my photo's and additional notes. I might end up having a picture of their headstones. Feel free to copy my pictures if I post any. I didn't get all the headstones photo's as I got wore out before I finished. I plan to go back some time - not sure when I'll get there. Would you like me to transfer these memorials to you? If so go into the memorial and choose the edit tab then chose the Suggestion a correction or provide additional information and give me your findagrave number. Check back to this cemetery as I have a lot yet to post. Grandma Patti
Added by Grandma Patti on Aug 28, 2012 11:25 AM
|OhioSearcher||Mary E Young/Locust Grove Cem|
I have transferred memorial over to you- as you seem to have more knowledge of individual and family then I do.
Also= just a FYI- anyone can request a photo on any memorial- it does not have to be the creator of memorial- just so's ya know. LOL.
Added by OhioSearcher on Aug 15, 2012 3:06 PM
|Suzannah McCuen||RE: Virgil and Anna|
Virgil Howard's death certificate mentions tabes dorsalis - which is a complication of untreated syphilis.
Added by Suzannah McCuen on Jun 19, 2012 1:57 PM
|Suzannah McCuen||Virgil and Anna|
It makes sense to me now. However, one can't be certain who fathered Bidie. Unfortunately her death certificate is not online since she died in 1910 and most in NC are not available before 1913.
Virgil died of complications of syphilis and that MAY have contributed to Bidie's early death if he was her father.
Thanks for your assistance. I've asked the lady with the children's memorials and Anna's memorial to please link them and I have linked Virgil to Anna.
Added by Suzannah McCuen on Jun 16, 2012 10:04 AM
I found your second email about his wife. Will look into it. Thanks, Suzannah
Added by Suzannah McCuen on Jun 16, 2012 9:23 AM