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dantcarrier (#47514355)
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DonnaMac35
RE: Winnie SPRINGFIELD Jackson
Done! Nice memorial!

Added by DonnaMac35 on Feb 08, 2014 5:14 PM

Patricia Zeis
Grusch - St. Mary's Cemetery
Hello,

Last summer I took some photos at St. Mary's Cemetery on Mt. Troy in Pittsburgh, PA. I am just beginning to post them and saw that you had a request for Clara Grusch. Unfortunately, I don't see a photo for her in my batch of photos. However, I do have a group shot that shows the graves of Augustus and Elizabeth Grusch near graves of Bopp, Buckalew, and Aulbach. It may just be random proximity, but I thought I'd ask if your Grusch family had any ties to the nearby families.

Best regards,

Patricia

Added by Patricia Zeis on Feb 05, 2014 4:23 AM

Marcia Imburg-Weaver
RE: Tony Carillo
So sorry this wasn't the correct gravesite. Hopefully someone else will see it. Marcia

Added by Marcia Imburg-Weaver on Dec 29, 2013 5:21 PM

GLENN
re: Ralph Reese
Hi, Hope your weather has improved some. Seems like it's coming this way now. I heard from the cemetery office. As I suspected, Ralph's name was left off the stone in error when Lillian's name was added. They will be replacing the stone, adding his name to the front and moving Lillian to the back. I'll keep checking and post new pictures when it's there - probably 4-6 weeks.
Have a good one....Glenn

Added by GLENN on Dec 09, 2013 9:51 AM

GLENN
RE: Lillian Reese
I had heard you folks were having some ugly weather down there. Glad I could help a little. Unfortunately Lillian is the only picture I can provide at this time. Hers is the only name on the stone. I checked with the cemetery office and they confirm Ralph is buried with her. No idea why his name isn't on the stone. They say they'll look into it and get back to me. They'll probably replace the stone at some point. I'll keep an eye on this and let you know.
Stay warm...Glenn

Added by GLENN on Dec 05, 2013 6:22 PM

GLENN
RE: Ralph H. Reese, # 2794615
Dan, There's a bunch of requests that have been there way too long for me. I've been laid up a bit and had some computer issues so I've been a little slower than usual. Anyway, I just claimed your requests for Ralph & Marie Reese. Look for them to show up tomorrow or the next day.
Have a good one.......Glenn

Added by GLENN on Dec 04, 2013 3:45 PM

Heather G
Morrison - Wellers Cemetery
Hello,
I added a picture of the grave stone to the memorial of Anna Morrison. There is a stone for Edward G. Morrison (1857-1922) is next to her. I took a close up of his stone as well. If you'd like to add a memorial for him, I'd be glad to add the picture of his stone.
Also, from the way the individual stones are off center from the family stone, it would seem someone else may be buried to the left of Edward. The church may have records of the entire plot.

Added by Heather G on Nov 30, 2013 2:47 PM

Dstmnstr
RE: Flerl
Your welcome, glad to help out, and I've found another Flerl family member who are buried close to the Flerl's, Marvin Flerl I think. Thank you, you too.

Added by Dstmnstr on Nov 25, 2013 4:00 PM

Sherlocks Cousin
RE: Washington Hixson, # 116746149
A lady has him listed as Washington Hixon in the Hixson Cemetery #02. But, David Cox lists him in the Hixson Cemetery #01 with a photo under memorial #116746149. So I am going to assume that David posted him in the correct cemetery - but I've been known to be incorrect sometimes:) Hixson #01 is on Old Hixson Pike across the street from the Hixson United Methodist Church.

Contributor John Sims says there is actually a Hixson Cemetery on Middle Valley Road tucked away in a subdivision, but I have no idea where it would be and neither does my husband - and we grew up there. I wish this had come up last week as we were home visiting and I could have checked it out:(

Added by Sherlocks Cousin on Nov 24, 2013 4:16 PM

Lynda M
Mr. Convey
Hi Dan,

Mr. Convey's photo is with his memorial. Thanks!
Lynda

Added by Lynda M on Sep 21, 2013 6:59 AM

Lynda M
E Convey
Hi, Mrs. Convey's husband is buried right near her. I have a photo if you want to create the memorial.

Have a good day,

Lynda M.

Added by Lynda M on Sep 19, 2013 6:56 PM

Pam Anderson
RE: Jane WIDNEY, d. 1872
You're welcome. Wish I had known about Sarah when I was up there. But I'll get back sometime.

Added by Pam Anderson on Sep 18, 2013 4:48 AM

Corey & Douglas Marshall-Steele
Your Great Great Grandfather
All transferred over to your loving care. ALWAYS happy to return loved ones to loved ones! My best, Cor.

Added by Corey & Douglas Marshall-... on Aug 22, 2013 11:21 AM

Nora Houser
RE: David & Thomas GILSON
You are welcome. A gentleman in Georgia was kind enough to do this for me, so I am returning the favor so to speak.

Added by Nora Houser on Jul 24, 2013 4:39 PM

TerriwithaC
RE: Elizabeth MORRISON Crapster
You're very welcome

Added by TerriwithaC on Jul 09, 2013 8:56 AM

Kelley Wood-Davis
Re: Burris Wood again
Here is the link:

http://books.google.com/books?id=HHEeAQAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false

Added by Kelley Wood-Davis on May 31, 2013 8:55 AM

Kelley Wood-Davis
RE: Burris D. Wood
I found that gem in an old book called "The Successful American (Volumes 5-6)" Page 304 - there is a copy on Google E-Books. We have corresponded before in regards to the Wood Family - I am the one working on the book of Abinah Wood Descendants. Burris was my great-great-grandfather's first cousin. Their fathers were brothers, and Burris was named for my ancestor aand his uncle, Burris Doudney Wood (born 09 Nov 1815 in New Jersey and disappeared after 10 May 1854 in either Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania or Saint Louis, Missouri).

I have all Wood family members I have found so far in a Virtual Cemetery titled "Abinah Wood Project" I'll most likely be sending you corrections and memorial link-ups in the future for some of the family members, as I hope to be able to possibly link as many members as possible together with correct info as I have it, once I am done with the book I am working on.

Added by Kelley Wood-Davis on May 31, 2013 8:49 AM

JD Day
RE: John Welch DAVIS - Brush Creek cemetery
I found out the Historical Society is closed,maybe for good.
You can buy the Laclede County Cemetery books at the gift shop inside the library at Lebanon.
Also, there is a book " History of Laclede County" that has the story of Ephraim Welch Davis, it is in the Missouri room and you can make copies

Added by JD Day on May 03, 2013 11:10 AM

JD Day
RE: John Welch DAVIS - Brush Creek cemetery
I think by the time the transcriptions were being done (1970's) the stones from Brush Creek had been removed already. A lot of the info came from family Bibles and records of Lena Burns, Esther Griffin and Dorothy Calton. Lebanon being a small town back then, the gals could just call up family and ask questions. The older ones would remember.

Added by JD Day on May 02, 2013 6:17 PM

JD Day
RE: John Welch DAVIS - Brush Creek cemetery
I got my cemetery books from the Laclede County Historical Society. It isn't open in the winter months, no heat in the building, but the person to talk to is Charlene (Otto) Hopkins in Lebanon. She did not have an email addy the last I knew. i don't have her number handy so will have to look for it or give your email addy to someone at the Gen Soc who would know.Charlene is a great source of info for Lebanon area.
I have the 1996 revised version and it doesn't show John Walsh, so I must have gotten that info from the older book. Will look when get to library.

Added by JD Day on May 02, 2013 6:04 PM

JD Day
Jackson
The cemetery book (Vol. I) has Armstead Jackson listed with a ? mark.Also, Nancy Jane Jackson has a ? mark
Possibly buried there but maybe they were not sure.

Added by JD Day on May 02, 2013 4:00 PM

JD Day
Brush Creek
I tried to find Brush Creek Cemetery, but couldn't. I was told by a gal at the historical society that the man who owned the land had taken up the headstones and used some for steps to his house. The sign isn't visible anymore, I don't know if it's even there any longer and the cemetery's so badly neglected.
I have John Welch Davis, s/o Morgan and Nancy.
I didn't see him on your tree,but John Thomas and John L.
Do you know anything about him?

Added by JD Day on May 02, 2013 3:34 PM

JD Day
Brush Creek
I found the information in Laclede county cemetery book when looking for my relative and added to findagrave. I haven't tried Ancestry to see what is there but will have to now. Got me curious who Nancy's parents were. Do you know. How are you related to Morgan and Nancy Davis?

Added by JD Day on May 02, 2013 12:24 PM

Linda Linn
RE: James WIDNEY photo in error
Hi. Thank you for the correction. I apparently misread the date of death on the stone and posted it for the wrong person. Is Ann Erwin, wife of the elder James (immigrant), also buried at Concord? I have added the link to Mary Ann, the daughter. Linda

Added by Linda Linn on Apr 22, 2013 11:04 AM

Pam Anderson
RE: Concord Methodist Episcopal cemetery
On Find a Grave, it's the Concord Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, but the sign says Concord Union Cemetery. The map and coordinates line up as the correct place, as well as the burials there. I posted a picture to the cemetery, but am awaiting approval. I will email you the photo.

Added by Pam Anderson on Apr 20, 2013 7:26 AM

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