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Rachel Johnston (#48056584)
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Tommy Brown
Johnston Link
Related to John Johnston of Fort Wayne fame? Or just by marriage? Curious about the links between the Johnstons and the Browns. Henry Brown of Dayton and his brother James. Your picture of Abraham Brown's grave in Tazewell County, I believe to be another one of their brothers.

Added by Tommy Brown on May 13, 2016 8:53 AM

Linda Carpenter Shindler
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 76763766
Hi, I'm sorry but I won't be able to help you. I no longer live in Ark City so can't take photos there. I deleted all the thousands of photos I had taken there when I moved to KCMO. The cemetery (Riverview) is owned by the city of Ark City. They have a spreadsheet of the cemetery records somewhere on the city site but I no longer have the website address. The cemetery office is open with a clerk working from 9 to noon Monday through Friday and there are complete records of all burials indexed both my name and plot. You should be able to confirm any burial by contacting the office if the spread sheet doesn't answer your questions. Sorry I can not be of further help. Good luck! Linda

Added by Linda Carpenter Shindler on Jul 15, 2014 7:56 PM

Elaine and Bill Schrock
RE: John Brautigam
I'm sorry I don't have more info on this family. The info on his memorial was in his obituary, which had his name spelled Brautigan, that was published in the Morning Olympian on Tuesday, June 20, 1899.


Added by Elaine and Bill Schrock on Sep 09, 2013 5:29 PM

L J Woods
Transcription on stone
Seen you question to Judy about transcription on tombstone of Wm H Speer, 24278322, Civil War Virtual Cemetery . . .
It is the Company and Regiment etc with which he served
Co A: Company A
2 ILL LA: 2nd Illinois, Light Artillery
Helps sort it out if you come upon duplicate names, Many states have books on the individual regiments, makes it easy to research him . . . -LARRY

Added by L J Woods on Aug 22, 2013 5:13 PM

Margaret C Cowles
St MaryCemetery in Metamora, IL
Thanks for the "much better" than his stone!

Added by Margaret C Cowles on Apr 07, 2013 7:41 AM

Aaron Gleim
RE: Seth White
Rachel ,

Thanks again .

I believe they are buried there , however I am not 100 % certain...but info I came across says so...but you know info can be wrong...

If you find out info that SETH WHITE & Laura are buried at Lone Hill or elsewhere in another Cemetery , please let me know...

SETH WHITE was a son of my 5 x Gr.grandfather Abel White....and a brother of my 4 x Gr. Grandfather Daniel White ( see Shumway Cem. Ohio )...

I appreciate your efforts..!

Have a Great Day ,

Aaron Gleim
Scioto Co. Ohio

Added by Aaron Gleim on Apr 06, 2013 3:39 PM

Aaron Gleim
Seth White
Rachel ,

I apppreciate your efforts in trying to find the graves of SETH WHITE & Laura at Lone Hill Cemetery .

Thank you for looking ,I appreciate it .

Aaron Gleim
Scioto Co. Ohio .

Added by Aaron Gleim on Apr 06, 2013 2:40 PM

Dan Ryan
RE: Thanks
You are welcome, glad I could help.
Henrietta was buried in a family plot as there are 5 other family members buried with her. If interested I will send you their names or I'll make memorial pages for them.

Added by Dan Ryan on Apr 06, 2013 1:52 PM

Baxter B. Fite III
William Long
Thanks Rachel for the GREAT pictures of the tombstone of William Long, whose mortal remains were laid in the Mount Zion Cemetery near Eureka
Woodford County, Illinois. They are GREATLY APPRECIATED!! Sincerely, Baxter

Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Apr 03, 2013 5:15 AM

12-134 Adam & Margaret Winkler
There are many Winklers and extended families in this lot. Please let me know if you would like a list of them.

Added by babs on Apr 02, 2013 7:09 AM

Karen (Ogburn) Lint
Marilyn Lee (Schertz) Sutter
Thank you so much for taking this photograph. I appreciate it very much -- especially when Spring seems to be avoiding us!

Added by Karen (Ogburn) Lint on Mar 22, 2013 6:38 PM

Amelia (Crombie) Christy
RE: Possible wrong cemetery

Haedicke Cemetery is located in what is called Worth, Illinois. Its not really a town so much as it is a township. The cemetery is located on the roadside along 10 mile creek road. Which can be accessed from Illinois Route 116 or if your familiar with the are it is the main road that goes through East Peoria headed north and goes into Germantown Hills, and then continues into Metamora. 10 Mile Creek Road will be located on your right hand side and will be maybe 1/4-1/2 mile ahead once youve passed the Thorntons gas station. There should be an Irish bar on the right that will mark the turn for 10 mile Creek road. The road will wind around a bit but youll go at least a good 1/2 mile. The cemetery is very small but will be on your left hand side as your following the road. Sometimes it is very over grown. I happened to stumble across it years ago while riding around with a boyfriend and we stopped to read the stones. It wasnt till several years later that I knew the name as there was no sign at the cemetery. I hope this helps!


Added by Amelia (Crombie) Christy on Feb 21, 2013 10:29 PM


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