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lauren moore (#47803083)
 member for 2 years, 11 months, 23 days
RE: Thank you! (Abraham Moore photo)
You're very welcome.

Added by Colleen on Mar 12, 2015 4:03 AM

Chris Perry
Cyrus Perry
Hi Lauren,

I'm trying to do some family research but don't have many living relatives with much family history knowledge and almost not documentation.

Based on your posts it looks like we share both Cyrus Perry and Anderson William Perry as direct ancestors. I'm the grandson of William Sherman Perry, the son of Anderson William (I think).
Perhaps you could share some of your knowledge with me.

I can't document beyond Cyrus. Can you share any information/documentation with me?

According to what I found on, Cyrus was the son of Thomas D Perry. Why does it say Cyrus Perry Jr then on the grave stone that is supposedly his? If he's a junior, wouldn't his father also have been Cyrus?

Any help that you could give me would be greatly



Added by Chris Perry on Sep 24, 2013 11:24 AM

Cyrus Perry
Hi Lauren,
About the photo of the headstone. I was looking at the headstone in the cemetery and took a photo of it because I was so mad someone had used black paint to make the letters show up. It looked like black nail polish. I remember thinking how they were defacing the grave marker. I took a photo not knowing if the person related. I still don't know if he does. Do you know his parents and wife and children's names to add to findagrave? I still cannot believe I photographed the headstone. My anger was your gain.

Added by Christen1472 on Sep 08, 2013 5:07 PM

Tracie Shrader Flack
RE: Thomas D. Nickell
Lauren, please feel free to call me @ 304-661-1915. Summer is a very busy season at work, plus I'm trying to work the cemetery site, so you amy have to leave a message! Thx!

Added by Tracie Shrader Flack on Aug 10, 2013 10:26 AM

Tracie Shrader Flack
RE: Thomas D. Nickell
i wanted to let you know that I won in court today and we now have access to the Old Lebanon Cem.!!!!
Im so excited, if anyone wants to help physically or financially, Im accepting all help. I also have a lot of research available on the families interred there! Tracie

Added by Tracie Shrader Flack on Jun 06, 2013 5:24 PM

Coleman C. Brown
transfer complete :)

That was easy.

Added by Pam on Jun 06, 2013 4:16 PM

RE: Colman C. Brown (Alfrey Cemetery)
Okay, now I just need to remember how to do that. :) Blessings to you,

Added by Pam on Jun 06, 2013 4:14 PM

Tracie Shrader Flack
Old Lebanon
YOu are welcome! Its been a challenge, and still is. Im fighting for a right-of-way from the landowner! If youd like to help support physically or financially, I', accepting all help! It takes money to buy fuel, oil, and belts for the mowers! AKA Tracie

Added by Tracie Shrader Flack on Jun 01, 2013 5:08 PM

RE: Colman C. Brown (Alfrey Cemetery)
Thank you for the info; I made the change. I have 1845 in my database, so this was a typing error. I hate those! :)
Have a good day,

Added by Pam on Apr 01, 2013 9:19 AM

Susan Ritter
Hugh Oliver Johnson
Buried in Johnson Cem., Olive Hill, Carter Co., KY

His wife was Barbara Elizabeth Porter, d/o John Henry Porter and Sallie Shew Porter. Elizabeth was born 14 Nov 1842 in Russell County, Virginia, and died 18 Feb 1927 in Carter County, KY.

She is probably buried next to Hugh in Johnson Cemetery.
If so, could you add her info and link them?

Susan in Phoenix

Added by Susan Ritter on Jan 15, 2013 6:19 PM

RE: Densmores in Highland Cemetery, Michigan
Lucia is my Luta M. Densmore and I have born Oct. 1865 in Michigan a daughter of William and Minerva Briggs Densmore. I need her tombstone picture.
George "Garry" William Densmore born 3/27/1858 died 1908 is married on March 2, 1881 to Jennie Smith born 1859 died? Does it read Jane on the stone for her? I do need hers and Garry tombstone photos.
Thanks for the pictures of William and Minerva.

Added by Ken on Jan 12, 2013 11:29 AM

RE: Densmores in Highland Cemetery, Michigan
Try to scrub off the lichen with an old cloth rag before you apply any chemicals to the gravestone. This technique should be the first method that you try, because it does the least amount of damage.

Make a homemade poultice out of dry porcelain clay, water and glycerin. Small quantities of glycerin are available at local drugstores, the most common being "vegetable glycerin." When purchasing glycerin, make sure to steer clear of nitro-glycerin, which is used as an active ingredient in explosives. Scrub the stone with this substance until the lichen comes off.

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Added by Ken on Jan 12, 2013 10:56 AM

Jason Taylor
RE: Jesse & Joneva Perry
You're very welcome. I am glad I could help out and contribute.

Added by Jason Taylor on May 07, 2012 10:45 PM


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