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|S Widmayer||RE: Duplicate Memorial for David Arthur Edwards|
Thank you for responding so quickly to my request and also for all you do to make Find A Grave better and better. S. Widmayer, #48031917
|S Widmayer||Duplicate Memorial for David Arthur Edwards|
The memorial for David Arthur Edwards #43170402 in Old Siniaville Cemetery you created in 2009 is a duplicate for David Arthur Edwards #5848355 created by Nancy Hess in 2001 and should be removed. Thanks. S. Widmayer, #48031917
|Don/Cindy Morris Rust||ex:136969774 and 75059455 Catherine Columbus Morris Kincheloe|
Ivy Hill Cemetery and Old Ivy Hill Cemetery one has added photo of cemetery by you, do you know if both exist or just one I am noticing duplicate memorials in both and was wondering if the cemeteries needed to be merged.
|Gary Peifer||Armstrong Children|
Memorial 51237812 Mary A J Armstrong
Memorial 51237789 Moses E Armstrong
Clinton City Hall (Cemeteies) has both children buried in Woodlawn Cemetery Blk C, Lot 9, Sp 1 & 3
along with William Armstrong family members.
Woodlawn Sec C Lot 9
Mary A. J. Armstrong sp. 1 - No date of death
J. Musson Armstrong sp. 2 - No date of death
Moses E. Armstrong sp. 3 - No date of death
Joseph Armstrong sp. 4 - No date of death
Vernon Armstrong sp. 5 - 1/3/1930
Eliza A. Armstrong sp. 6 - 2/4/1930
Ramona Pasher sp. 7 - 10/10/1959
Alice Armstrong sp. 8 - 1/16/1971
Can you conferm current location ??
|Robin L. Parrish Wilkinson- Bostic||Addison Adam Casto|
Got your message. I checked and you had requested the dates changed also. I don't mind about not being first. Its fine that you did it and thank you for bringing that memorial to my attention. I deleted mine. It is aggravating to make a memorial for someone and things like that exist. What do you do, nothing you can do. A lot of people have left findagrave and just left the memorials "hanging". Today I got a few e-mails saying I made duplicates of these people, when I finally found the memorials the names were spelled wrong and they were made in 2007. These people were still living. I made the corrections and deleted mine, though mine were correct memorials. Now I am checking all my memorials. I do not have Telitha Casto anymore. I am hoping I get her soon, been waiting a long time. I hope we can start new and we can put these things behind us.
|Robin L. Parrish Wilkinson- Bostic||Addison Adam Casto|
May I ask what name change you submitted? If you submitted the middle name change I will delete mine and link my family to it until I get this memorial from findagrave.
|fordvickie||RE: Asbury Monroe Walters|
RE: Asbury Monroe Walters
Where are you going to use the photo?
Thank you for your reply.
I use these type photo's in our private family tree.
However I would like to post it on Ancestry.com with a note giving credit to the original owner.
Sincerely John Walters (fordvickie)
|Barry Crocker||Wrong Wife|
I believe you have one of Frazier Lee Horsley Jr.'s wife's wrong. Elizabeth Whitworth was actually Frazier's father's wife, Frazier Sr, b. ?. Thanks for all you have done.
|Rock Talker||Sarah Hires MeaderMeador|
Thanks so much for photographing in this cemetery!
I know how much hard work was put into it & entering the memorials. I would love to see a close-up of Sarah Hires Meader's memorial dates. All our family records list death as 1848. I am going to leave the date as 1848. & put in a request for a close-up of the dates & hopefully someone can get it soon. I really appreciate you!!
|Helen McKeown||RE: Zephaniah Harrell|
1. no marker at Rockport
2. Z, 2nd wife and son always on Sunnyside list from 1970's
3.All of Sunnyside is being photographed app 4500 pics so hope to have that for you.
4. You can change your entry to Sunnyside and 2014 entry there will be deleted.
5. This family is a challenge due to ease of spelling incorrectly. Did not know if you had the following
ZEPHANIAH HARREL was introduced to the practical game of life when a boy of fourteen or fifteen, did a great deal of arduous and rough work in mines and lumber camps, and with his maturing experience and ability took up a career as a merchant and for many years past has been associated with a brother conducting one of the largest stores of Ohio County at Rockport, where he enjoys an enviable place as a citizen. Mr. Harrel was born in Butler County, Kentucky, May 5, 1868. The name Harrel is of Irish lineage. His grandfather, Noah Harrel, born in 1801, was a pioneer farmer of Grayson County, Kentucky, and late in life moved to Rockport, where he died in 1873. He married Miss Craig, who also died in Rockport. Their son, Uriah Blue Harrel, was born in Grayson County in 1834 and was reared and married in that county. When the Civil war came on he espoused the cause of the Union, enlisted in Company G of the Eleventh Kentucky Infantry, and for four years fought for the Stars and Stripes and the integrity of the state. Shortly after his marriage he moved to Butler County, where he became a fanner, and in 1872 he came down the Green River on a log raft to Rockport, where he re-established himself as a carpenter and farmer, only to be interrupted by death eight years later, in 1880. He was a republican, a member of the Baptist Church and was affiliated with Ceralvo Lodge No. 253, F. and A. M. His wife was Jane Hunter, who was born at Evansville, Indiana, in 1842, and survived her husband forty years, passing away at Henderson, Kentucky, in February, 1920. She was the mother of seven children: M. F. Harrel, a farmer at Rockport; A. M. Harrel, who is a carpenter in Cloverport, Kentucky; L. F. Harrel, now waterworks foreman of the Illinois Central Railroad Company at Grenada, Mississippi; Zephaniah; Agnes, of Henderson, widow of Warren Nichols, a railroad man who died at Rockport; Mattie, wife of Luther Camfield, a carpenter and builder at Henderson; and Alma, wife of Emery Tilford, a miner living at Rockport. Zephaniah Harrel was twelve years old when his father died. He attended the public schools of Rockport and also was in school at the Masonic Home in Louisville. At fourteen his education was ended, and from that time for several years he made a living
in the mines and logging camps around Rockport. From 1889 to 1895 he was an employee of the Newport News Railroad Company, and then returned to Rockport and became a partner in the mercantile firm of Gibbs Brothers. The partnership was dissolved in 1898, and in that year Zephaniah Harrel and his brother, L. F. Harrel, joined forces as general merchants, and in twenty years have expanded and increased their business until it is now one of the largest stores in this part of Kentucky. They do an immense business, and are leaders in enterprise in their home town. They own a large store building, also own and operate the moving picture theater of Rockport, and have six dwelling houses and other real estate at Rockport. Mr. Harrel saw his son volunteer at the beginning of the World war, and his interest and enthusiasm in behalf of all patriotic movements were unabated until after the signing of the armistice. He and Mrs. Harrel served on every committee for war purposes and the filling of every quota for their community they regarded as a burden upon their individual responsibility. They promoted a show and gave all the proceeds to the Red Cross. Mr. Harrel is a republican, is affiliated with Rockport Lodge No. 312, F. and A. M. Mrs. Harrel is a member of the Eastern Star Chapter No. 103, and also a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. In 1898, at Jeffersonville, Indiana, he married Jessie Brown, who was born in Ohio County, Kentucky, and died at Rockport in 1906. She became the mother of his two children, Ray and Nora. The latter is Mrs. Walker, of Louisville. The son, Ray, was born September 24, 1898, and was only a youth when in July, 1917, he volunteered for service in the World war. He was in training at Camp Stanley in Lexington until the 25th of July, was then sent to Camp Shelby, Mississippi, was assigned to the infantry and on September 12, 1918, embarked for overseas duty, landing at Southampton, England, October 9th, at Havre, France, October 11th , spent two weeks at St. Sebastian, a suburb of Nantes, and for nine days was on duty at Le Mans and until December 30, 1918, was stationed at La Suze. He was then ordered to Brest, and after days at that port embarked for home. He was mustered out at Camp Sherman, Ohio, February 8, 1919, being discharged as a sergeant, and is now assistant cashier in the Rockport Deposit Bank. In 1910, at Louisville, Mr. Harrel married Miss Elizabeth Stevens, daughter of J. P. and Elizabeth (Taylor) Stevens. Her mother is living at Hartford, Kentucky. Her father was at one time sheriff of Ohio County, living in Hartford, and died there. Mrs. Harrel is prominent in social affairs in her home city, and is also a director in the Rockport Deposit Bank.
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