|Kristie Lana (Reynolds) Davis||Hamilton twins Cleveland Cemetery|
Nellie May Kelly Hamilton's baby (mentioned in her obituary Margaret Harlen Hailton born and died in 1920)...is buried with my family in the Cleveland Cemetery in Klickitat County Washington near Goldendale. there are some Hamilton Twins buried there whom we need to match up to parents assuming they are related also and the twins are right next to my family in the Cleveland Cemetery.
Added by Kristie Lana (Reynolds) ... on Oct 16, 2016 2:13 PM
|Kristie Lana (Reynolds) Davis||Emory Ellsworth Kelley's daughter Nellie May Hamilton|
I see the picture you posted of Mr. Kelley on a horse. I hope you are related. I posted an obituary for his daughter Nellie May (Kelly)who married Fay Hamilton only because I am researching a picture I have belonging to my grandfather Lloyd Barrett who lived in the same areas as her and wrote about her. "Nellie Hamilton" "farmers lived next door" There is a picture on the back says "Dot" "lived with them" and that Arthur Barrett worked for them 2 or 3 years. (that is my grandfather's brother) I am not sure if the picture is of this particular woman but all of the hints point towards her, extremely firm solid hints. She is on a porch with a child. When I look up my grandfather's brother Arthur Barrett WW1 draft Arthur states he working on farm for "Fay Hamilton" which is the name of Nellie May Kelley Hamilton's husband. I think I am going to post the picture on her memorial in hopes a family member can also positively identify the photo. see what you think. smiles.
Added by Kristie Lana (Reynolds) ... on Oct 26, 2015 11:36 AM
|Diane Payne||PollyAnn Boyd|
I transferred PollyAnn to you.
Thanks for letting me know about your connection to her.
Added by Diane Payne on Nov 15, 2014 8:32 AM
|Rick Elwood||Roscoe Myrl Sanders|
Transferred to your management as requested :)
Added by Rick Elwood on Jul 17, 2014 5:04 PM
Sorry, i accidently posted this on the wrong person's page.
Added by GenealogyBuff on Mar 30, 2013 8:33 PM
I have finally found the Barrett stones you have requested. After several hours in the graveyard i finally came across them. The stones are laid out in a line in front of a stone with the name Barrett, All of your Barretts were there, as was women who was in the center of the the smaller stones: Lillie D. Barrett 1891-1986. Assume she is a daughter of Noah.
Added by GenealogyBuff on Mar 30, 2013 8:31 PM
*Loretta died on 21 Feby 1914 not 1912.
Added by GenealogyBuff on Oct 24, 2012 3:01 PM
Here is a bit about the family of John (s/o Angus and Adelaide) and Florence McKinnon (d/o Alexander and Bridget):
Married in Truro in 22 May 1900.
John D. McKinnon born in 1901, Truro, died on the 1st of March 1912, aged 11, of regurgitation and heart disease.
Loretta Rose McKinnon born in 1903, Truro, died on the 21st of February 1912, aged 11, of tuberculosis to which she had been suffering for about 14 months.
Cecelia Muriel McKinnon was born on the 30th of October 1904 in Truro.
Cecil Francis McKinnon born on 27th of March 1907, Truro and died on the 4th of June 1925 (at 7am), aged 18, of valvular heart trouble and heart failure. At the time of his death the family lived on Munro Street, Truro. He was buried on the 6th of June 1925.
Gerald Francis McKinnon born on 22nd of December 1908 at the family's home on Water Street, Truro. His father was then listed as a tin smith. The first doctor on scene to record his birth was Dr. F.S. Yorsten. Gerald was killed in action on the 3rd of November 1944.
Kathleen May McKinnon "Kay" was born on the 2nd of July 1910 in Truro and was married there in 1929 to William Joseph Legere. She died in Moncton, NB on the 12th of June 1996 and was brought to Robie Cemetery for burial.
Joseph A. McKinnon born in the 8th of May 1914 (according to his death record--cannot find birth record, gravestone says 1912), died on the 29th of June 1926, aged 14, of valvular heart problems and regurgitation. Buried on the 1st of July 1926.
His death record is messed up. It claims his birth date is 8th of May 1914, but he was just past his 14th b-day when he died (which would have put his birth year as 1912, like his stone says).
This was all i was able to find for the children. In the obit for Kathleen Legere it lists that she was predeceased by six brothers and three sisters, which would be a total of eleven children. The names of two boys and one girl are missing.
Hope this was helpful.
Added by GenealogyBuff on Oct 24, 2012 3:00 PM
|GenealogyBuff||John and Florence McKinnon|
Hello, i finally found the McKinnon graves and there are several of them in a group.
I noticed someone had already uploaded a photo of the grave, but i am not sure if they included the inscription:
John A. McKinnon 1879-1945
Florence M., his wife, 187801954
John D. 1901-1912
Loretta R. 1903-1914
Cecil F. 1907-1925
Joseph A. 1912-1926
Gerald F. 1908-1944
I have a photo of Gerald's stone which is beside his parents. He was killed in action.
Were their any other McKinnon or Burke graves that you needed?
Added by GenealogyBuff on Oct 24, 2012 1:43 PM
|SusanR||Michelle Hill, Langley Lawn|
I was in touch with the Cemetery this morning to try and get a plot location, but they say they cannot give it out because of Privacy Issues they can only give it to the holder of the interment. This is the first time anyone has said that. Hopefully, someone will come along and walk the cemetery and find her for you.
Added by SusanR on Aug 09, 2012 11:25 AM
|Keith Myers||RE: Thank You|
You are welcome.
Added by Keith Myers on Jul 20, 2012 8:26 AM
|GenealogyBuff||Bertha and Mary McKinnon|
I have already been to the Robie cemetery awhile ago to take picture and looking though them i have found one stone with only this on it:
"Mary and Bertha McKinnon"
No dates and no McKinnon's nearby.
Do you have any women in your family with those names, perhaps sisters?
Added by GenealogyBuff on Jun 21, 2012 12:04 PM
|GenealogyBuff||Robie Street Cemetery|
Hello i am not very far from the Robie Street cemetery in Truro, Nova Scotia. I have already been there for another look-up. I plan to go again over the next few days, so i will look around to see if i can find your relatives.
The cemetery is quite vast, so it may take a while.
Added by GenealogyBuff on Jun 21, 2012 10:37 AM
|Marc Richard Bennett||RE: YOUR REQUEST|
You should have the pics now......Let me know okay.....
Added by Marc Richard Bennett on Jun 18, 2012 5:56 PM
|Marc Richard Bennett||YOUR REQUEST|
This is Marc a fellow find a Grave follower. I have taken those pictures in Bridgehampton for you today. The Graveyard is very old and in much need of a mowing. I did manage to find the site as it is a very small Cemetery. I will send you the pics.
Added by Marc Richard Bennett on Jun 18, 2012 4:23 PM
|William Yates||John Hayden|
Thanks for writing. Due to hearsay and misinformation being circulated on the web, I am asking for quotes from published obituaries, biographies, death certificates, Bible records, etc. in order to add information to memorials. Please included references also.
Added by William Yates on Jun 18, 2012 4:14 PM
|Harvey Pearson||RE: Thank You|
Added by Harvey Pearson on Jun 17, 2012 10:05 AM
|Nils M. Solsvik Jr.||RE: Thank You|
You are very welcome.
Added by Nils M. Solsvik Jr. on Jan 08, 2012 9:32 PM
They're back together & in great hands :-)
Added by ProgBase on Jan 08, 2012 6:54 AM
All yours :-)
Added by ProgBase on Jan 08, 2012 6:52 AM