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Jenifer (#48051621)
 member for 2 years, 6 months, 19 days
Alfred Garrett (Crown Hill Cemetery)
Hello Jennifer,

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.
Sorry, Betty

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

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

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
their Independence.
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

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

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.

Best Regards
Shannon B.

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

Barb Dowden
RE: Mary Ann Jane Young Robertson
With all of my finding, this is correct, she was 14year old when she married (I have found some girl's to married at the early aged of eleven, boy was I shrock)and she died at the aged of twenty-nine, from chilbirth. From different family tree she died in Riley Co., IN, and buried in a unmarked grave, where I have no ideal; but, but, but, here is a ideal, check the 1850 census, to see where they were living, it very possible, she could be buried here in Howard County in a unmarked grave in Stringer Cemetery, close to her husband; if she was here let me known, so she can be added to the list (you can do that yourself). Good luck, Barb Thank you very much, for I'll reach hour after hour and I have been to all the cemetery here in Howard County, plus many more in other counties and state's, I have been doing cemeteriers work since 1984 an I am still loving every minute of it

Added by Barb Dowden on Nov 29, 2014 2:25 PM

Visiting the Past
RE: Cora Ann Wardlow Werth
I believe but have not been able to document that John changed his surname spelling to Worth. If so, it appears he is buried in Fillmore Cemetery, see Find A Grave Memorial# 137714717.

Added by Visiting the Past on Nov 20, 2014 7:21 PM

RE: Matlock memorials
If you would like me to transfer the memorials to you just let me know.

Added by Upton-Neal on Aug 05, 2014 4:46 PM

RE: Matlock memorials
Glad that I could help.

Added by Upton-Neal on Aug 05, 2014 4:33 PM

Marsha Hanson Dillon
Oliver Kerr
Thanks for the info for Oliver Kerr.

Added by Marsha Hanson Dillon on Jul 08, 2014 6:55 PM

Theron Dowell
RE: Thomas Holmes Cole & Mary Cole
Loving and remembering is what counts.

Glad to be of help

Added by Theron Dowell on Jun 25, 2014 1:10 AM

Kent Kooi
RE: #17152573 Transfer Request
Hi Jenifer, it has been transferred. Enjoy. Kent

Added by Kent Kooi on Jun 11, 2014 10:35 AM

Wilda Dillion
RE: Collier Family
Jenifer - Ruth (Whitley) Collier was the first wife of Moses Collier - son of John and Cecelia Collier. Moses doesn't have a memorial. His second wife was Elizabeth Spadden and she's buried in the old Whitley burying grounds or Pennington Cemetery in Lincoln County. I'm not sure the info for her is correct. Moses' will names his children as:
Elizabeth Tucker
Ruthy Tucher
Adala Collier
Sarah Colyer
Nancy Roberts
Moses Collier
Arron Collier
Solomon Collier
James Collier
Whitley Collier
Ruth's tombstone says she's the mother of 9 and Elizabeth's will claims James, Nancy and Sarah. this should equal 12, but only 11 are mentioned in Moses' will. Several of these kids have never been located.Hope this helps. Wilda

Added by Wilda Dillion on Apr 12, 2014 11:48 AM

Joyce Tinsley
RE: #92045405 Ruth Collier
I have no info on Ruth or her children. The children that have been linked to her are from other contributors. I created her memorial from info in the Tombstone Inscription book for Lincoln County, KY. The newspapers I use don't start until 1879 which is 90 years after she died. I'm sorry I could not be of any help.

Added by Joyce Tinsley on Mar 07, 2014 7:14 AM

Wilda Dillion
RE: Collier Family
Jenifer = I was just looking at your photo requests and saw you ask for one for James Collier of Platte County, MO. James and Nancy are buried in Garland Brook Cemetery in Bartholamew (Sp?)County, Indiana. Only their son Simeon took his family to Platte County.

Added by Wilda Dillion on Mar 06, 2014 11:48 PM

Wilda Dillion
RE: Collier Family
Jenifer - My great grandfather, Alfred Elder Collier, was a younger brother of Sarah Collier Cole. I've got the family hooked together starting with Alexander and Sarah down to my Dad, Roy Francis Collier. I tried entering a new cemetery and made a mess of it. It's listed as "Robert Collier". I left off the Cemetery. It's in Garrard County, KY and that's where you'll find Alexander. These families are not all complete. I'm waiting on responses to my suggestions on some. I hope this helps, Wilda

Added by Wilda Dillion on Mar 06, 2014 11:29 PM

Eileen Bridges
I added George Renner to the biography section of Tobias and Cynthia with a link that will click to George.

Added by Eileen Bridges on Mar 03, 2014 6:25 PM

Wilda Dillion
RE: 118005565
Jenifer - It has been some time since I worked on my Collier line so I went through my file for Sarah Henry Collier. They both used the middle name Henry exclusively, but the only reference to a Bible I found was on Jesse James' marriage. Dianna had as a reference a photocopy of the Bible record of the marriage. She didn't say who's Bible or where she got it. I've corresponded with a lot of people about the Colliers over the years, but only kept the letters from Clarice and Dianna, so right now I'm not sure who told me about the Bible.

I'm sorry I can't be more help to you, but I still think her middle name is Henry and it's probably her grandmother's maiden name. Wilda

Added by Wilda Dillion on Feb 17, 2014 10:15 PM

Wilda Dillion
RE: 118005565
Jenifer - I corresponded with two ladies who were descendants of Sarah and John Cole. Clarice Kerr Lugenbeel was an elderly lady living in Washington state in 1996. She was descended from Sarah Ann Collier and Oliver Kerr and had been researching the family for years. She always referred to "Sarah Henry Collier Cole."

The other was Dianna Johnson from Bend, Oregon. Her ancestors were Jesse James Cole and Elcy Caroline Osborn and I corresponded with her in 1995. She wrote "No one has figured out where Sarah Henry Collier got her middle name from. Someone suggested that maybe James Collier's mother's maiden name was Henry"

Have you ever heard of these two? I hope this helps. Wilda

Added by Wilda Dillion on Feb 17, 2014 1:41 PM


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