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David (#47853168)
 member for 2 years, 4 months, 10 days
Hi David: For some reason the person who originally had created the memorial at Melrose for Harley has been deleted from Findagrave. I have recreated the memorial and am transferring to you since you are an ancestor.

Added by macso on Apr 11, 2014 10:48 AM

Ceme-Terry Photographer
Rathburn At Melrose Abbey
David, greetings. Awhile ago another reketive created a memorial for him w/out knowing one had already been made. The person that created the original, Roy, threw a tizzy and had it al
the new one removed although it had a ton of information about Rathburn. It also had my photos that I added. So we both went to add all info to the original memorial. Roy deleted It all since he wasnt the one to add information and photos. Just giving you a heads up. Rathburn was a very unique and colorful individual, thars for sure!

Added by Ceme-Terry Photographer on Feb 18, 2014 8:12 AM

Cheryl Brown-Morales
Cemetery Pictures,
Thank you so much for James Dewitte Woodward and family headstone pictures.

Added by Cheryl Brown-Morales on Nov 18, 2013 9:16 AM

Ned Cook
RE: jonathan rathbun
Thank you very much for your information, it has proved invaluable as to some of the things I was looking for.
I was unable, for some reason to access the page.
The page is a wonderful collection of the Rathbun History periodicals. I have gleaned a wealth of information. Some good, some not so good.
re: jonathan rathbun b.1734 and jonathan rathbun b.1762. Please look at - Index 0/04-1984 04-001 pg 7 and 04-002 pg 22 (the first reference is for the jonathans - the second is an article about John Cooley's "Rathbone Genealogy"
I really only got through the periodicals mentioned above. I plan to go back later and read more.
Thanks again-
Ned Cook

Added by Ned Cook on Oct 29, 2013 10:52 PM

Ned Cook
RE: jonathan rathbun
Thank you, very much. I'll take a look at these and get back to you.
Thank again.
Ned Cook

Added by Ned Cook on Oct 29, 2013 8:36 PM

Ned Cook
jonathan rathbun
p.s. You realize that made him only 15 years old. Are you sure it was not his father who would have been about 41 (and was also named Jonathan)?

Added by Ned Cook on Oct 28, 2013 11:25 PM

Ned Cook
jonathan rathbun
I notice on the grave site "Flowers" section you have entered that he fought at Bunker Hill. Can you tell me where you found this information and where I can get more Revolutionary War service information?

Added by Ned Cook on Oct 28, 2013 11:22 PM

Anita Brawley
RE: David Lewis Rathburn
David, Pleased to hear from you. I do not know where Alcinda's stone is located, and do not know if she was descended from Indian. Can you say why you might wonder about that? Anita

Added by Anita Brawley on Jun 17, 2013 3:42 AM

Rathburn in Mound Hill Cemetery
I was in Mound Hill Cemetery today and looked around for Alcinda & David Rathburn. Unfortunately I could not find them either. There are many small stones that are unreadable. I did find a stone marked Rathburn. It appears to possibly be a base of a stone, but no other part of the stone can be located in the area. Next to this stone is a John W. (Pop) Rathbun (1888-1968). This Rathburn stone could be part of the stone you are interested in. I took a picture of the Rathburn base. If you would like it I would be happy to email it to you and you can decide what you want to do with it. Rick

Added by RickC on Jun 15, 2013 4:53 PM

Greg Kimberley
RE: Thank you
Sorry, It is high up on the wall and I did not move the flowers. I will have to look at an angle and try to read the inscription next time I visit. Also, I went thru the Mausoleum twice and did not find Madeline there. Best Regards, Greg.

Added by Greg Kimberley on Feb 10, 2013 8:03 PM

Ethel (Sweeten ) Loden
Brian Keith Fontenot
Mr. Rathbun,
Thank you so much for taking the time to take the pictures for me and post this one. I am so grateful for people like you. God Bless you. Ethel Sweeten Loden

Added by Ethel (Sweeten ) Loden on Jan 23, 2013 8:06 AM

David E. Rathbun
RE: David Lewis rathbun 1842-1928 Ames Ohio
No, I'm descendant from Thomas 2 and Joseph 2. My John 4 married his cousin Hannah Eldred who was descendant from Joseph 2. Gets confusing ! I believe your John 4 is buried up at escoheag, Rhode Island. I'll check that and send the link


Added by David E. Rathbun on Nov 28, 2012 8:12 AM

David E. Rathbun
RE: David Lewis rathbun 1842-1928 Ames Ohio
Sorry, I don't have more data; see the 11th Ohio Cavalry were out west most of the war. Note that your John 4 is a different guy than my John 4. This happens frequently. John is the primary name for usage especially in those days. You descend from John 2 (John 3, John 4, Edmund 5) I descend from Thomas 2, ( Samuel 3, John 4, John 5).

Silver Spring, Maryland

Added by David E. Rathbun on Nov 28, 2012 6:37 AM

Glenda Rathbone
RE: Henry Riggs rathbone
Where is your family of Rathbones from?
Mine is originally from western North Carolina although my dad moved our immediate family to East Tennessee for his work when I was just a baby. I still have all kinds of family in NC though. There are LOTS of Rathbones in NC. Lol.
My grandfther's name was Amos Frank Rathbone from Haywood County, NC. His father (my great grandfather) was Lee Rathbone also from the same area.
I would love to be able to trace my roots back and see where we originate from. :)
Thank you for contacting me and it was very nice to meet you! :)

Glenda Rathbone

Added by Glenda Rathbone on Nov 19, 2012 3:04 PM

vickie kennard
Thank YOU!

Added by vickie kennard on Sep 27, 2012 9:34 PM

Ceme-Terry Photographer
RE: Thanks for the pictures (Harley)
Sunset Hall is located beneath the chapel in what is referred to as the 'basement' - an extention of the original mausoleum. There are two other halls, a crypt room and two niche walls down there. And you're correct about the grounds being kept up nicely although the facilities do show their age (chapel and original mausoleum built in 1929). Its a small cemetery by today's standards (roughly 10 acres). But its peaceful, the staff are all warm, friendly and welcoming.

Added by Ceme-Terry Photographer on Sep 16, 2012 9:43 AM

Ceme-Terry Photographer
RE: Thanks for the pictures (Harley)
David, thank you for the nice compliment. It was my pleasure getting the photos for you. I hope i didnt go overboard w/ 3 pics. If you wish i'll take one out so that you can add more photos of him. sincerely, Terry.

Added by Ceme-Terry Photographer on Sep 16, 2012 2:38 AM


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