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Vicki (#47738661)
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Beth Bush
Stefanie Barrett

I would be happy to take a photo of Stefanie Barrett's stone at Crown Hill Cemetery but I need the section #. Please call Crown Hill 330-425-8128 for the information and forward to me.

Added by Beth Bush on Aug 15, 2014 5:34 PM

Hannah Lusk Ellison
RE: Quinton Paynter
no that's ok , you can keep them . I was just letting you know who to connect Quinton to. there may be more later. im fairly new at this so I may be wrong at the other cook cemetery. I know a couple people that are buried here that is on a different one so I assumed someone made a second one. or somebody might have put them in the wrong cook cemetery. anyway, thanks for adding the connections for me. sorry if I confused you too much.

Added by Hannah Lusk Ellison on Mar 29, 2014 10:15 PM

Hannah Lusk Ellison
Quinton Paynter
please add Quinton's mother, lava paynter #86201677 and his dad, Calhoun paynter #86201604 to him . they are my family so I know this to be facts. I have provided pictures. thank you so much. also I wasn't sure if you was aware but someone else has added this cook cemetery on here as well ( they need merged.) just wanted to mention it in case you didn't know. again , thanks.

Added by Hannah Lusk Ellison on Mar 28, 2014 11:24 PM

gabby
RE: Hayes Farm
Vicki, Jesse & Manerva Hayes lived on a farm between where the cemetery is and the old town of Harrison. They called the area Camp Creek I think. I know the original owners before Jesse Hayes bought it was Manerva's parents John & Mattie Johnson. I am guessing their old farm was a few miles back towards Harrison from the road that goes up to the cemetery.

christine

Added by gabby on Mar 03, 2014 9:44 PM

Emily
RE: Silvester Colegrove
I'm sorry I miss read your message, yes he was married to Phoebe Dillow early on and she died around 1918. Most probably in the Spanish flu epidemic.

Emily

Added by Emily on Mar 16, 2013 7:35 PM

Emily
RE: Silvester Colegrove
I don't have any proof but someone else's tree has him married to an Elizabeth (no last name). I cannot find him on the 1930 or 1940 census's so I cannot verify if he married again. If you find any documentation, let me know.

Emily

Added by Emily on Mar 15, 2013 12:12 PM

Bobbi
RE: Faith A Goetz
Hi Vicki, Its amazing how similar our stories are, not counting how unusual your birthday the 1st of March and mine the 3rd. We lived on the third floor of an apartment building at 1523 Crawford rd. Miss Goetz lived right across the hall from us. When I was born (1949) Mom brought me home from the hospital and as she walked up the stairs Miss Goetz was at the top of the stairs grinning from ear to ear with her arms outstretched to take me. Mom said she took me several times a week over to her apartment and kept me for hours. As I grew older one, two, three Mom said she came and got me everyday and took me over to have lunch with her. I dont remember what else we had but I remember the cottage cheese, she loved cottage cheese and to this day I still do, and I think of her when I eat it. In 1952 we had a fire in our apartment and had to move in with some relatives. Sometime after that Miss Goetz moved to Edna, Mom thinks the after smell of the fire bothered her. I would still go and have lunch with her sometimes. My Mom and Dad also divorced, I eventually ended up at Dads in CA. Miss Goetz never forgot my birthday, every year I would receive a card with a beautiful hanky that was crocheted around the edges, when I was 12 she sent me a book. I still have it, I treasured every card, every letter, every beautiful hanky. When I came back from CA I took my daughter and son over to see her, my daughter was born in 66 my son in 67. I saw her twice in 68, then in 69 after I had my second daughter I took the kids over. When I knocked on the door someone across the hall answered their door and told me she had passed away, they had said in her apartment but didnt know anything else. I cried for days. I still think of her all the time and remember the special times with her, and yes she sure did have a way of making you feel loved and special. I feel very lucky to have had her in my life. I still remember her apartment. I searched and searched for information as to where she was buried and couldnt find anything. Mom did remember about Norman and i tried to search but I didnt even know if his last name was Goetz. Mom said she had a friend she believed named Catherine, who was blind that had lived downstairs in the building on Crawford when we all lived there. I know she turned gray prematurely, she was 20. I had an older brother Rich, Mom said she liked Rich but not like she did me. I think we were two very very lucky girls. My Mom has some pictures, I tried to take a copy of one of them on my phone but its really blurry. When I go there Ill take my camera and see if I can get a clearer picture Thank You for writing and sharing your information, I have really enjoyed hearing it. Bobbi

Added by Bobbi on Mar 05, 2013 9:09 PM

Bobbi
Faith A Goetz
Vicki, Thank you for posting the information on Miss Goetz. She was our neighbor, she knew me from the day I was born. I have so many happy memories of her. I had last seen her in 1968, and after I had my baby I went to see her and had been told by a neighbor she had passed away in her apartment, they had no other info, and she had no family that we knew of. I have looked and looked for any information and I was so happy to see this. I know she had a friend that had a son Lonnie, but not much else. She was the most loving, caring, kindest and sweetest person you would ever want to meet. Thank You so much for posting this. Bobbi

Added by Bobbi on Mar 03, 2013 8:35 PM

Laurie Wilson
RE: grave stone for Osie Foster Waters
U r very welcome, always glad to help. Laurie

Added by Laurie Wilson on Sep 30, 2012 9:34 PM

Terry Collins
James Ray Shelton

Vicki,

Hello.

You are quite welcome for the transfer of James Ray Shelton's memorial (82159039). At least one of my Collinses married a Shelton in Kanawha County, West Virginia.

I wish you much success in your Family Research.

Have a fine day, my friend.

best wishes,
terry

Added by Terry Collins on May 29, 2012 11:43 AM

Penny Harris
RE: William
Transferred him to you. I found him while searching for members of a different (I think) Hood family that lived in Raleigh County. Turns out there were 3 different Hood families in the county at one point. Willie & his family were the only ones in the western part.

Added by Penny Harris on Mar 17, 2012 5:43 PM

Terri
colegrove
Thank you so much for the picture of Charles Colegrove headstones.

Added by Terri on Mar 06, 2012 7:38 AM

 
 

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