|Dawn Boring||RE: Helen V Davis|
I just started getting into looking into my family background and I rember clear as day your family coming up every Christmas and your Mom and my grandma talking about the Davis side four hours!! It was amazing how much info she had and I just wish at the time I had realized how much I woukd of paid attention to that info. I hope you and your family are well
|Beulah||RE: Irvin, Guyan D.|
not quite sure, I'm related to the Irvin's, which comes from the line of the Martell's. Are you related to Mr. Irvin?
Added by Beulah on Aug 08, 2013 8:53 PM
|Dave B||greetings friend|
Are you interested in genealogy or just photography of Epworth headstones?
Email me back and I will tell Debbe you said hi.
Added by Dave B on Jan 28, 2013 10:50 AM
|Dave Lombard||Catharine Cook|
I photographed everything readable at Antes Fort today and have a photo that may be Catharine Cook,s actual headstone. I would like to share with you before posting. Contact me. Dave.
|Sharri Bodnar||Re: John J. Atkinson|
Thank you for the Plot info for John Atkinson. I added that info to his memorial.
|Leslie (Forrest) Cucino||RE: # 61463492|
Many thanks for the information. I've been there many times but had no further info other than they were buried there. The other Peterson, Alfred?, might be a brother to Nelson. Both Nelson and wife Hannah were born in Sweden, married prior to coming to the US and supposedly Hannah's maiden name was also Peterson. Makes chasing them down very difficult!
|Leslie (Forrest) Cucino||# 61463492|
Is the Epworth Methodist Church Cemetery the one that is directly behind the Palmyra police station? That's where I have looked for my grandparents Nelson and Hannah Peterson numerous times but the stones are gone. Just wanted to verify for myself the info you put on Find A Grave.
|Dawn Boring||Helen V Davis|
Hi Joy! Just a correction my Grandma was born 10/24/17!
|Doris Christensen||RE: Grover Wentz photo|
You are more than welcome. Really sorry it had so much black lichen (or whatever) on it and therefore didn't make for a very good picture.
|Tien Le||Mary Kerr #60868910|
If you look at the 5 in 5 days, it's completely different. An abstract from Egle's Notes and Queries 1898 Edition reads: "Kerr, Mary died 1861, aged 86 years" That fits the census record which shows her at age 85 in 1860.
This is a puzzle.
Added by Tien Le on Mar 31, 2011 6:00 PM
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