Thanks for letting me know about linking them. I have made the suggested changes and links. Have a nice day. :)
Added by Linda Carr on Aug 26, 2013 5:40 PM
|Bonita||RE: Chapmans in Cooks Chapel Cemetery|
I didn't take pictures of any other Chapmans in Cook's Chapel Cemetery. The one for Hattie caught my eye when I was there looking for my relatives and I snapped a picture, but I wasn't specifically looking for Chapmans.
Added by Bonita on Apr 23, 2013 7:23 AM
|Linda K||RE: Schlosser|
Thanks so much for the update
changed to the correct 1935
Added by Linda K on Apr 20, 2013 7:45 PM
|AMB||Looks as if it's all sorted out!|
It looks as if the George Fish situation is now all sorted out on your end! Thank you for understanding. Since you were the one doing the separation surgery at the end, you realize that it had become something of a tangled mess. :-)
The one last trace to the other George Fish is a flower/token that someone left with some Civil War flags. I have sent a request to that person, asking her to delete the Civil War token and explaining why I'm making the request.
Regarding the other George Fish, I'm still trying to deal with him, and (as noted when I wrote you) it looks as if there may have been yet a THIRD George Fish!
However, none of that is any of your concern or worry. And, the records match what your distant cousin was remembering that her grandmother had told her -- that your George Fish was a country doctor. One of his brothers was a doctor for many years, and their father was a school teacher.
Added by AMB on Apr 02, 2013 9:48 AM
|William Brackett||RE: John H Fish's father George|
Thanks for the link.
Added by William Brackett on Apr 02, 2013 2:43 AM
You have this man incorrectly indentified:
You are confusing two different men named George Fish. The one who died in 1862 in McLean Co., Kentucky, is not the one who was living in Marshall Co., Indiana, in 1860 with wife Sarah. Rather, the one who died in McLean Co., KY, was living in LaGrange Co., IN, in 1860 with his wife Marcia.
Two different men, both with the name "George Fish," both about the same age and in northern Indiana in 1860. But two completely different men. What happened to the George Fish who was married to Sarah and living in Marshall Co. in 1860 is not known at this time. It is assumed that he died before about 1867 when his wife was married to another man. However, what happened to the George Fish of Marshall Co. is just not known.
Added by AMB on Mar 27, 2013 6:25 PM
|scottsheat||RE: Albion Bean history|
you are most welcome - every little bit helps - cannot see Eunice on here
Added by scottsheat on Mar 22, 2013 12:35 AM
|Ken B||RE: Vernena McPherson Beam|
May I transfer this memorial to your family for maintenance as you are a family member?
If agreed, please provide your FAQ id #.
Added by Ken B on Jan 07, 2013 5:33 PM
|Cate||RE: Vernon Bean & Mabel Byrone headstone photos|
You're very welcome. Happy to do it.
Added by Cate on Oct 06, 2012 10:05 AM
|Betty Alberts||RE: Hallie Croco's 2nd husband|
Brian: I do not have an obituary for Hallie's husband, Libby; but I checked our excellent county history book and there is a story on Arthur and Hallie Croco (with a picture of her) and it mentions her 2nd husband, when and where they were married. They lived in Cheyenne until his death, so I assume he is buried there. I will get this article sent to you in the next couple days. Betty
Added by Betty Alberts on Oct 04, 2012 8:23 PM
|Lindy Jenkins-Sheehan||Eugene Jenkins|
My name is Lindy and I am Gene Jenkins sister. I noticed the conversations between Suzy Moran (my sister) and you about managing his records. I just wated to let you know I have all of our family tree info and books that Gene produced over the years at my home. If you need anything please email me and I can try to find what you are looking for. Gene put so much time into tracing our family's history it's amazing.
Added by Lindy Jenkins-Sheehan on Sep 14, 2012 1:20 PM
|C. Ann Carruthers||Jennie McDowell|
I don't think it's the same person. This Jennie was born in Illinois and lived in Jackson County, IL. Her father was bornin Ohio and her mother in Illinois.
Added by C. Ann Carruthers on Aug 21, 2012 8:13 AM
|Syd Gardner||RE: Elizabeth Helser memorial|
Solomon Helser absolutely is one of Elizabeth's offspring! I'm so very new to this website, but it always gives me a great feeling when I can link one family member to another like that, & I'm sure you feel the same!
Added by Syd Gardner on Aug 12, 2012 5:16 AM
|Syd Gardner||RE: Elizabeth Helser memorial|
You might like to know that one of Elizabeth's Helser children has a memorial here ~ Daniel Helser (1801-1882), #61629695.
Added by Syd Gardner on Aug 11, 2012 3:26 PM
|TJYahoo||RE: Jeffries questions|
Yes ! Thanks for seeing that. James N Jeffries #25935737 (brother to Joseph) whose wife is listed as Effie Caroline (Gordon) Jeffries #25935417 are my grandparents. Sorry for the error.
Hope you have a great Summer !! TJ
Added by TJYahoo on Aug 03, 2012 9:44 AM
|TJYahoo||Are You Related to the Jeffries Family?|
Joseph H Jeffries is JAMES Jeffries
Find A Grave Memorial# 28518140
Clara E. Gordon Jeffries (Middle name is EFFIE)
Find A Grave Memorial# 28518139
The "children" showing
Herschel H. Jeffries (1912 - 1989)*
Harley G Jeffries (1914 - 1981)*
Meredith S Jeffries (1925 - 2012)*
Were actually JAMES Jeffries' SIBLINGS
Find A Grave Memorial# 28518140
James (28518140) and Clara E. (Effie)Gordon Jeffries (28518139) were my Grandparents. Are you related?
I noticed a lot of errors on theirs, their grandparents, siblings, and kids. There's more to fix. I just started looking.
Would you consider a transfer to their Grandson to weed through it?
Added by TJYahoo on Aug 01, 2012 2:47 PM
|Karen Birt||RE: George and Lily Pickersgill headstone|
As I mentioned in my description, the stone was rolled off its base and put back upside down. The cemetery is not careful with that. It is not broken.
Added by Karen Birt on Jul 30, 2012 9:28 PM
|sirnewbs||RE: Henry and Martha Bean headstones|
You're very welcome. It is a great little cemetery off the beaten path. TONS of wild blueberries cover the entire ground of the cemetery. It was a pleasure to drive out there.
Added by sirnewbs on Jul 23, 2012 2:53 PM
|JARROTT P. COX||Thomas B Simmons|
I though You gave Me the information on that marriage but it may have been a sac from someone else . Jarrott
Added by JARROTT P. COX on Jul 08, 2012 2:05 PM
|Sherry Leverett||John Edwards Gordon|
I added the link to his mother and then transferred him to you. I'm doing the exact same thing right now; trying to find and link all the children to a certain relative. So good luck finding and linking everyone!
Added by Sherry Leverett on Jul 01, 2012 8:27 AM
|Joan Edmonson||RE: Ira Jeffries transfer|
You are Welcome Brian!
Added by Joan Edmonson on Jun 28, 2012 11:02 PM
|Tim Hammill||RE: Lena Bean headstone|
Added by Tim Hammill on Jun 27, 2012 8:26 AM
|CADI List Mom||RE: William Frost obituary|
Added by CADI List Mom on Jun 23, 2012 11:51 AM
|P. Oliver||RE: Frost headstone photos|
All taken care of and glad to help. Take care.
Added by P. Oliver on Jun 22, 2012 7:51 AM
|Ed Poulin||Nellie Orr Bean|
A quick check for Nellie suggests that her first husband was George C Starr. They can be seen in 1910 in Oakland CA with their son Leonidas (aka Lonney). George married Nellie 26 Nov 1902 in Eureka CA. George appears to have been born in Indian territory in CA to George Calhoun Starr and Mary V _____. Probably more than concerns your line but I figure the extra info won't hurt. Thanks again for those links.
Added by Ed Poulin on Jun 12, 2012 5:33 AM