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|Brenda Hare||RE: Rachel Austin 39904155|
The headstone is spelled with an "E"? I didn't notice that.
I'm a Registrar for DAR and am working with one of her descendants. She's got the death cert, spelled with an "i" and her whole family and descendants spelled it with an "i", so that is why I was trying to get it corrected.
|Brenda Hare||Rachel Austin 39904155|
You show Rachel Austin, Find A Grave #39904155, as Austen, but her last name is actually correctly spelled Austin, with an "i" not an "e".
|Base Kuhn||Hi bud|
Thanks for the Reeverts photo bud
|Judy Robson Stark West||McNett family|
Just wanted to thank you Kris for your help. Thanks from Texas
Catherine Sullivan Reynolds or is it
Catherine R. May
Birth January 21, 1857 in Kentucky
Death May 26, 1936 in Indiana ??
|Walter Dunn||Catharine Price Tockey Photo|
I appreciate your help.
|Ann Koch||Dorothy Schell Cantonwine|
Hello, Kris, might you be related in some way to Dorothy Schell Cantonwine? I am a Cantonwine researcher and I've just come across this Findagrave listing for Dorothy. Since you are the most recent owner of her listing, I'm hoping that you might help me "connect some dots" re. she might have been the first wife of Charles R. based on the below census record:
Year: 1930; Census Place: Lakewood, Cuyahoga, Ohio; Roll: 1786; Page: ; Enumeration District: 639
Charles R Cantonwine Lakewood, Cuyahoga, OH abt 1907 South Dakota White Head
Dorothy Cantonwine Lakewood, Cuyahoga, OH abt 1908 Wife
Per this same census record, Dorothy's parents are both from Illinois.
Thanks for any light you might be able to shed on Dorothy (Schell) Cantonwine. Ann Koch
Added by Ann Koch on May 09, 2015 10:46 PM
I have sent you an edit. You have William Hacker listed as William Schabacker 1888-1893. He is a Hacker. He is just buried between his sister and her husband.
Added by Holly on May 07, 2015 5:15 PM
|Rick Jennings||RE: Headstones|
OK, I promise. No chalk, no shaving cream.
Have you heard of the aluminum foil method? I've not used it but have seen impressive pics of results. Check this memorial on FindAGrave: 38952943. Use thin foil and a soft brush to push foil into impressions. Make sure any tape used is foil to foil only.
I've also experimented with using mirrors to direct sunlight to specific areas of interest.
|Rick Jennings||RE: Johnathan Jenkins|
Don't know anything about Johnathan in the Civil War, but there is this possibility:
Battle Unit Name:123rd Regiment, Illinois Infantry
Soldier's Rank In:Corporal
Soldier's Rank Out:Corporal
Alternate name:John W./Jenkins
Film Number:M539 ROLL 45
Notes:General Note - Original filed under John W./Jenkins
Re reading tombstone info, I would recommend chalk or shaving cream unless management forbids.
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