|Jerre Robertson||RE: Albert Robertson|
Jenifer: The tombstone inscription reads that Albert's birth date was 16 Jan 1850 and date of death 27 Oct 1860. He would have died only a nine short days later after the census was taken on November 5, 1850. He technically would have been nine months old at the time of his death so the census taker is off by one month which is not uncommon for those days since many folks back in those days, census takers included, were not the most literate people.
I took the picture of Albert's tombstone myself while at King Hill Cemetery this summer. My husband is a Robertson, descending from Elijah to Benjamin to James Henry.to James Leo and so on. We have been actively searching the family for over 33 years and have jointly done so as well with members of John Harrington Robertson's family.
Are you connection to Cynthia through the Robertson family or is she your great Aunt from the Jones side?
It is nice to meet you via Find A Grave.
Added by Jerre Robertson on Oct 31, 2016 6:09 AM
|Jerre Robertson||Albert Robertson--check census again|
Thank you for your note about Albert Robertson...please check the 1850 census again. It shows Albert to be 8/12 which means he was eight months old at the time of the census.He died shortly after the 1850 census was taken.
Added by Jerre Robertson on Oct 30, 2016 8:21 PM
|Tonie Alldredge Miller||Henry Pascoe|
The marriage records showing Henry Pascoe married to Elizabeth Esther Finley is NOT our Henry Pascoe. After very EXTENSIVE research, I found that there is another Henry Pascoe whom is married to an Elizabeth Esther Finley....NO CONNECTION TO OUR HENRY PASCOE OR FAMILY. Took lots and lots of time....but in any event that mystery is solved. So...he was married to Mary Hephzibah Beaumont, Louisa Stoddard, and the Elizabeth born in KY...for a while there I thought there were two Elizabeth's but no...just the three marriages. Now I am very intrigued about this Elizabeth...whom was married to a man named Dill...do you know her maiden name and when she and Henry were married? What evidence do you have of her marriage to a Mr. Dill? I would love any information you would be willing to share...and any pictures you may have...I understand you have some pictures when you cleaned out the family home here in Arizona. Thank you much for any further information you may be willing to share on this family.
Added by Tonie Alldredge Miller on Sep 12, 2016 7:08 PM
|KET||RE: Henry Pascoe's wives|
Jennifer...sorry! I missed seeing your email. I am close to the great grand of Elizabeth Pasco in Fort Collins.
We ran into another cousin...descendant of Alice Pasco and have had fun comparing things. She has certificates for what you are missing.
Elizabeth DILL (?) and another Elizabeth that Tonie has have led us on an adventure.
Elizabeth and Henry were in Colorado between the Missouri and New Mexico runs. There was a huge stone house across from a favorite restaurant that Kathy knew as the Pasco house.
We heard when Henry died, Elizabeth had to "go back down" to NM to bury her husband. Census records show she and daughter Cecilia were hotel managers in NM at that time.
Lucy (Hephizabah) was Elizabeth's daughter and she is buried with Lucy's family in Grandview (Ft Collins)....near my own family who knew them. Lucy married Joe (Joseph Raymond) Temple whom she met in NM and they lived in both Colorado and NM. They had a place just South and East of Fort Collins, a place North and West near LaPorte and possibly a house in town.
I knew Lucy's son, James Earl Temple and his wife, Alameda Alta Brolliar. Their daughter, Lucy Jane ("Jane") was a school mate and close friend of my mother. Lucy Jane Temple Holtzinger had 2 siblings, Alta and Craig (never married or had children). There are LOTS of relatives in the Ft Collins area. Some of the land on which they had cattle, I think, is covered by Horsetooth Resevior, and some is now housing subdivisions.
Lucy Jane Holtzinger had only one child...Her children still live on the ranch near Wellington CO (just North of Fort Collins.)
Elizabeth must have ended her days in Fort Collins as Celia married and was living in CO for a time. Her husband (Lange) was buried in HomeLake CO but Celia died in 1937 and was buried in Springer NM. [Her twin is buried in Crown Hill Cemetery (Denver/Wheatridge)right near our great grandmother on my husband's side.]
Interesting that you cousins all are finding each other. Tonie would love to connect with you, too...if you have not done this by now.
I am at email@example.com.
Added by KET on Sep 12, 2016 2:29 PM
|Eileen Bridges||John Brown|
If you click the picture on findagrave and let it enlarge, it will show 1892.
This cemetery was transcribed in the 1970's and the transcription for John Brown is the same as his entry.
I have not seen any burials in Mound as early as you suggest.
Any other questions, feel free to ask.
Added by Eileen Bridges on Sep 08, 2016 11:07 AM
|WillowWisp46||RE: Mary Jane Warhurst Goff|
Yes, Jenifer, Im related. Here is my connection to Mary Jane: (Read from the bottom - up)
Mary Jane Warhurst (1830 - 1912)
(my) 3rd great-aunt
Archibald Archer "Archie" Warhurst (1802 - 1872)
father of Mary Jane Warhurst
James Anderson Warhurst (1828 - 1912)
son of Archibald Archer "Archie" Warhurst
Helen Josephine Warhurst (1853 - 1920)
daughter of James Anderson Warhurst
David Charles "Charley" Howard (1881 - 1950)
son of Helen Josephine Warhurst
Grace Awilda Howard (1926 - 1997)
daughter of David Charles "Charley" Howard
(me) Wanda Lee Rose
You are the daughter of Grace Awilda Howard
Added by WillowWisp46 on Mar 05, 2016 3:56 PM
|Pat Sproat||RE: Reuben B. Harris|
I will check out what you sent on Museum
and Historical Society, I live in Texas so
impossible for me to visit Missiour, I am
82 and my friend will be 91 in April. We are
still trying to find her connection,
Thanks for your reply
Added by Pat Sproat on Mar 04, 2016 10:55 AM
|Pat Sproat||RE: Reuben B. Harris|
I am still searching for Reuben B. Harris
parents and his wife Ann Brown and her parents
I did make a Brown connection that we think
is Ann parents,
the guardianship papers of William E. Brown
and Chatham E. Brown and Martha H. Brown who
all are brother and sister, led us to Texas
to Chatham Brown's family, and I am still sorting
thru all of this. The Andrews Museum I did not
Thank you for your reply. My friend is 91 and
Reuben B. Harris is her ggg grandfather and
she was so hoping to find more on him.
Added by Pat Sproat on Feb 26, 2016 7:34 PM
|evelyn carrico||RE: Lydia Bower Nuzum|
Thanks, I have added that photo to the others that are listed on the marker.
Added by evelyn carrico on Feb 10, 2016 5:36 AM
|evelyn carrico||Nuzum Iowa Pt. Cem|
You said the enlargement, Do you have a pic that you could post? I did change as you know it is hard for deciphering worn numbers. Thanks, E
Added by evelyn carrico on Feb 09, 2016 5:21 AM
|Cynthia Kenny||RE: Mary Hammy Shepherd #140311880|
Hopefully, he will add the stone to the memorial, but that may be too much to ask!?!?
Added by Cynthia Kenny on Nov 06, 2015 6:34 PM
|Cynthia Kenny||Mary Shepherd|
Thank-you for pointing out my duplicate memorial for Mary. Unfortunately, the only thing I can do, is to delete my memorial. My suggestion is to you is to ask the original contributor if he will transfer his memorial to you, and you could transfer the information that I have on mine to it, and then let me know, and I will delete mine. I took off James as her spouse. Sorry about that error! Just let me know!
Added by Cynthia Kenny on Nov 03, 2015 9:10 PM
|NWMGS||RE: transfer thanks|
THAT IS WHERE THEY BELONG (WITH FAMILY), YOU ARE WELCOME.
Added by NWMGS on Sep 30, 2015 6:56 PM
|Michael||RE: Alfred Garrett (Crown Hill Cemetery)|
Thanks for understanding. You are very welcome.
Added by Michael on Sep 09, 2015 10:21 PM
|Michael||Alfred Garrett (Crown Hill Cemetery)|
Sorry for the very late reply on your request. Due to lack of time and so many requests it is hard to complete them all in a timely basis. Also I have been off line for a very, very long time.
You ask me to change the memorial number for Alfred Garrett’s mother to connect him to her. I have made the change.
Added by Michael on Sep 02, 2015 10:44 PM
|L. Garcia||Celia Lange|
Thank you for the correction.
Added by L. Garcia on Aug 23, 2015 4:45 PM
|Betty L. Gonzales||Garret family|
I transferred Harry Garret over to you. I can not transfer Alfred nor can I add the link to his parents as I did not create the memorial, you'll have to ask "MICHAEL" for the transfer, he's great about transferring memorials over to family members.
Please do the same for Lydia Garret, ask MICHAEL.
As for Hugh Winford Garret I did not create his memorial so I can't link anyone to him you'll have to get in touch of BURT to maybe transfer him or add the link. If you need anymore help just e-mail me and by the way I'm not related.
Added by Betty L. Gonzales on Aug 16, 2015 12:27 PM
|Betty L. Gonzales||Alfred Pascoe Garrett|
As I was walking back to my car after photographing the headstones of Lydia and Harry Garrett, I came upon a headstone for Alfred Pascoe Garrett could he be their son? if so I'll try to link them and if you would like to manage Alfred please let me know and I'll transfer him over to you. Betty
Added by Betty L. Gonzales on Aug 14, 2015 6:40 PM
|Upton-Neal||RE: Matlocks in Fillmore Cemetery|
Sorry it took me so long to get back with you.
If you would like to send me a list I will get them transferred to you.
you can email the list to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by Upton-Neal on Jun 04, 2015 9:40 AM
|Pat Sproat||Reuben B. Harris|
Thanks for all your input and we have found
small amounts of information.
Reuben B. Harris was on the 1840 Morgan Co.
census with his wife Ann and all the children
I have listed. He was married a 2nd time to
a Louisa Hatfield, and by 1850 she was living
with her father in Morgan Co.
they had one son born 1846 and named him
Reuben B. Harris. We have found who Louisa descends from but after 1850 she does not show
up again on census, I think she remarried.
We think Reuben B. Harris was killed in the
Texas Mexican war of 1846-47 when Texas won
so many confuse the Mexico war at the Alamo
as the date of Independence but it was not.
If Reuben had lived after 1846 I think Louisa
would have had more children.
I will see about the
Andrews Co. Missouri Historical Society
interesting, I just have forgot to search there
and since she died there would be a good place
to search. Thank you
Added by Pat Sproat on May 06, 2015 10:06 AM
|Pat Sproat||Nancy Ann Hart Robinson|
I just found your name on Find A Grave and where you entered a memorial for Nancy Hart Robertson
who was a daughter of Margaret Ann Hart and Harrison Hart.
I know that Margaret Harris Hart was a daughter of Reuben B. Harris and Ann (Brown) his wife.
I am not a relative but am helping a 90 year old Harris relative of Reuben and Ann Harris, and would like
to know if you know anything of Reuben and his wife Ann Brown.
You say your are the family genealogist for this family so I am hoping you may have information
on the Reuben B. Harris. I have added his name to Find A Grave and also Anns. hoping someone
knows more about them.
My friend she just turned 90 and is hoping we can find more history on the Harris family
Thank you for your time and consideration
Added by Pat Sproat on Apr 27, 2015 12:32 PM
|Upton-Neal||RE: Matlocks in Fillmore Cemetery|
Sorry for the delay in getting back with you.
Yes it would be easier if you could send a list of list with each name & memorial number and I will get them transferred as soon as possible.
Added by Upton-Neal on Feb 26, 2015 1:58 PM
|FRANKLIN D. SAMPSON||Jane McDowell Sampson|
I looked on findagrave don't see anything for her is she in Auglaize co Ohio?
Added by FRANKLIN D. SAMPSON on Dec 11, 2014 6:42 AM
|Shannon B||Ruth Day - Mt. Muncie|
Hi! I wanted to let you know that I have uploaded your request for Ruth Day. There were others buried on the same plot. I didn't see any memorials for them so I created them. From my research, I'm assuming that she is buried with her second husbands parents and siblings. There was one person buried there that I could not find a connection to but I created a memorial for her as well. Her name was Dorothy Jean Day. Couldn't find anything to show if she was the daughter of Ruth's husbands parents.
Added by Shannon B on Dec 08, 2014 7:08 PM
|Barb Dowden||RE: Mary Ann Jane Young Robertson|
Keep in mind that it is very possible, if she with her husband in Howard Co in the 1850 census, that she could be buried here in Howard county, what I am thinking that wherever they where at, in the 1850 Census, that is where you can possible find her Good luck, keep in touch, and keep looking, for one of my ancestry took me six years to find and they where right under my nose. Barb
Added by Barb Dowden on Nov 30, 2014 3:58 PM