|Tracie Shrader Flack||Phone number correction|
My phone number is 304-661-1915 sorry for the typo
Added by Tracie Shrader Flack on Jan 15, 2017 11:31 PM
|Tracie Shrader Flack||Nickell Home burial ground|
I am the caretaker of the Church cemetery where this family attended. I know exactly where the family burial ground is on the homeplace, and Isac is said to be buried in the "Vine Covered Cemetery", there are no markers to define the actual graves, but they are all certainly buried either at the Old Lebanon Cem or under the tree at the house. Feel free to contact me at 304-671-1915 or at email@example.com Tracie
Added by Tracie Shrader Flack on Jan 15, 2017 11:21 PM
|sweeigpausch||Annie Minnie Johnson Culver|
I am not related but am researching the family tree of a friend who recently died. Charlotte Hilgeman was the 2nd great niece of Annie Minnie Johnson Culver and I would love to find out if you have any other info or photos on this branch of the family. It is a truely touching story about how she went to see her brother Nels off on the boat to America and ended up jumping on board with him!! This is precious! Thank you for your work, and if you have any other info or questions I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Laurel Paulson-Pierce
Added by sweeigpausch on Nov 14, 2016 3:39 PM
|Larry Copeland||Robert Nickell's son Thomas|
Robert Nickell ( B 1767 D 1849 ), his son Thomas is interred in Huntsville Cemetery in Logan County Ohio. His date of death is 9 Oct 1865 and is my great-great-great grandfather. His son James Madison Nickell Sr fathered James Madison Nickell Jr who fathered Cloyd Melville Nickell who was my mother's father.
I've looked for years for the Ohio connection for the line. Don Nickell claimed it descended from James Albert Nickell but that didn't feel right. I'm glad to finally able to connect the dots and say hello to all my Nickell kin.
Added by Larry Copeland on Sep 08, 2016 5:17 PM
|Rabbit's Hill||Henry D. Ferguson|
I found his grave! He has a military headstone (Indian Wars Vet). There are unmarked graves on both sides of his. I did find an Everette C. Ferguson. The picture you have on his memorial is not the section he is in. He is in the next section to the right closer to the side fence. Hope this helps!
Added by Rabbit's Hill on Apr 01, 2016 3:57 PM
|Ernie Wright||NICKELL COUSIN|
I descend from John Nickell through his son Thomas and Thomas's daughter Barbara that married Robert Erwin , their son Thomas Erwin , m. Susan Nickell , their daughter Mary Erwin , married Zachariah Ball , their son Thomas Ball , married Mary George , their daughter Valera , married Robert Ball , their son James , married Delta Miller , their daughter Marcella , met my dad Harry Hamilton Wright
Added by Ernie Wright on Dec 02, 2015 3:02 PM
|Tracie Shrader Flack||Nickell homeplace|
I am restoring the cemetery near the homeplace andwhere some of the descendants are buried. It is called the OLD Lebanon Cemetery. BTW the House is NEAR Ronceverte(Greenbrier Co), but in Monroe County. I know that your Papa John is buried under the old tree, so I believe that there may have been a log building there or near the site where some of the family and others may have met for Sunday service when there was a preacher availible. This would have been prior to the log church being built in 1802. If you are interested in the site or in my work, I'd love to hear from you and include you in the book of Descendants of the Church. Tracie Shrader Flack email@example.com
Added by Tracie Shrader Flack on Mar 23, 2015 6:12 PM
Thanks for the correction on his date!!
I got the initial information from another source and didn't double check when I added the stone photo.
Added by Tori on Mar 23, 2015 3:50 PM
|Stephen P. Burke||Swedish town|
This information came from my mother (now deceased), and she received it from Lars Engstrom, who lives in Sweden. If you want his address, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Yours in genealogy.
Added by Stephen P. Burke on Mar 12, 2015 6:34 PM
I copied the wedding announcement into the bio section.
Added by BobH on Feb 23, 2015 7:12 AM
Thank you for the info update. I have transferred his memorial to you. This family is not related to me. Take care.
Added by RamblinRose on Feb 06, 2015 6:42 AM
|JanW||RE: Thank You!|
Randy. You are welcome! Glad to help.
Added by JanW on Jan 17, 2015 11:36 AM
|Christina & Rebecca O||Daniel Culver 73742911|
I've looked at my family tree information and Daniel was born in Sheffield, Berkshire, Massachusetts, USA. I'm also on ancestry.com and I got the information from other family trees. I only know of my 4th great grandmother, Abigal Kellogg, was married to him and I have my 3rd great grandmother, Abilgail Culver, married to Paschel Cheney. It goes through all my "great" "grand"- parents to me. Through the Cheney family. That's all the information I have on Daniel.
Hope this helps,
Added by Christina & Rebecca O on Dec 03, 2014 1:56 PM
|Debra ||Eliakim Culver|
Hi Nick, I added a child to Eliakim. Do you have a source that can confirm that Theda is his daughter? I appreciate your time!
Added by Debra on Nov 16, 2014 12:38 PM
|janrey||Abigail Smith Eldridge|
As far as I know she is buried at Old Storrs Cemetery Storrs Tolland County.http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=11595075
Added by janrey on Oct 29, 2014 6:39 PM
|Anita Schultz-Peters||Milton Lee|
I have to say you did a great job with Milton's bio in his memorial. It covered everything and every angle. Rest assured if I ever find any documentation show the name Peter I will be sure to forward it to you.
Added by Anita Schultz-Peters on Oct 29, 2014 8:05 AM
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||Bathsheba Smith|
Thanks for the update & for transferring back!
Added by Mary Harrell-Sesniak on Jul 08, 2014 3:36 PM
|Eileen Bennett||James Bowen (1820-1881)|
Marble Cemetery. Hi Nick, found a small error on this above site and thought you might want to correct it. James Bowen was born 2 April 1820 and died 17 November 1881. The cemetery site says his death was 12 November 1881. Reading the tombstone it states he was 61 years, 7 months and 15 days and died November 17, 1881. Also, the death certificate reads November 17 as well. It can be reached at:https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3JQ-TMP I'm not a family member, but am doing research on early Ionia County teachers. He was the brother of Caroline Bowen, teaching 1858 in Keene Township and husband of Electa Ann Lee, teaching 1845 in Boston & Keene Townships, 1846 in Easton Township and 1847 in Keene Township.
Added by Eileen Bennett on Jul 07, 2014 6:54 PM
|Becky Bowlin Jansen||Thomas Nickell|
Thomas Nickel was my 5th great grandfather through his daughter Elizabeth "Betsy" Nickell Perry. Thank you for creating this wonderful memorial.
Added by Becky Bowlin Jansen on May 04, 2014 9:13 PM
|Scott Plummer||RE: Culver Plot Graceland|
Zoroaster is now linked to his parents.
Added by Scott Plummer on May 01, 2014 8:56 PM
|Scott Plummer||RE: Culver Plot Graceland|
Hi Nick... I couldn't resist documenting someone named Zoroaster!
Section D is along one of the main north-south streets in the cemetery, closer to Clark Street. I will dig out a cemetery map in the next few days and give you more details.
Added by Scott Plummer on Apr 29, 2014 6:05 AM
|RobMinteer57||Anna Lucille Bowen|
To make sure this is who you're pretty sure it is, you'll have to check with the cemetery, find an Obit, or order a copy of her Death Certificate.
As to the condition of the stone--I don't think it's "physically degraded" at all--just wet from a recent rain. That plus a digital camera which can't adjust to lighting conditions as well as a real camera often produces pictures that don't do justice to the object being photographed.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Mar 26, 2014 1:09 PM
|Tracie Shrader Flack||RE: Thomas Nickell|
Hi there, Im so happy to add more names to the Nickell family database! thank you for contacting me! Thomas Sr. is supposed to be buried under the Old Oak tree by the homeplace on Second Creek,Monroe,West Virginia. Very near to where to Original Mill was built. There are no stones. But every Nickell that we cannot locate, we assume they are buried there. The House still stands and is owned by descendants. The Old Lebanon Cem., is the site of the Seceder Presbyterian Church built 1820 and is believed to have been established as early as the Nickell's came to the area. I am restoring the site and asking for help, physical or financial, to get the stones restood and to keep the site mowed etc. Please refer to the WVCPA.com site and search for Mt. Lebanon. The man who posted this had the name wrong. I am a descendant of the Young family of Augusta County. feel free to call or keep in contact, 304-661-1915. I will add your tree to my database and would love to add the line down to you! I am also putting together a book w/ the facts and picts!
Added by Tracie Shrader Flack on Nov 22, 2013 7:46 AM
|Jane Knowles-Hall||RE: George W.|
First off you are welcome.
My mother is still living on her own and will be 95 in a few months. She is in very good health... doctors predict she will live to 120.My sister and I have been blessed.
I also photographed his wife's grave marker and posted it last night.
Added by Jane Knowles-Hall on Jun 11, 2013 9:35 AM
|Alan Lathrop||RE: Thank You -- Eliakim Culver|
I went to the 250th birthday for Rev John Lothropp on the Cape and found out that he had the most descendants of anyone in America so your wife and I have many cousins
Added by Alan Lathrop on May 07, 2013 7:56 PM