|Donna Bogs (#46582865)|
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I live in Iowa and am researching my family history as time allows. I often go out and about taking photos of tombstones. I enjoy scrapbooking, gardening, biking, walking Thaddy and some day Tilly, making bead jewelry, photoshop and FIND A GRAVE forums.|
***Please don't add photos to my memorials without my permssion.
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|steve||Lucina Mallory at Brown Cemetery|
Donna, she is the wife of Allen Horace Mallory Sr. The stone is hard to read, but it says "died in her 49th year of age" not 19th.
She died 15 Oct. 1847
She had 11 kids and was born about 1798.
Added by steve on Jun 24, 2015 2:18 PM
|Linda Anderson||Henry Duke Memorial|
Thanks for the transfer and all you hard work helping others.
Thank you for your token that you left on my wife memorial. I really appreciate it very much.
Added by Clair H on Nov 09, 2014 6:39 PM
|bobby jett||RE: Wullweber Maosoleum|
I was trying to read that same article online but i can't access it. It was may 25 1955 or something like that? It says something about Mary being interred there in 1937 and then a Thomas Farrell being put there in 1955? is that correct? Can you tell me the names of the persons who are interred there with her? Or can you copy the article and send it to me by email?
|Vinnie1990||Gov Robert Lucas|
I saw your message today from nearly a decade ago on the page of Governor Robert Lucas. It made me laugh as my son had a similar reaction to the pairing of the aged Governor Lucas this past June when we were visiting Plum Grove in Iowa City. I believe my niece, too, had a similar reaction as a child attending Lucas Elementary in Iowa City, Iowa.
What makes it so bad for my son to have that reaction in Plum Grove is his middle name - Robert - comes from Governor Lucas who is his fifth great grandfather and my fourth great grandfather.
I'll have to upload another pairing of him from the war of 1812 that is formal, yet still, much warmer. That painting scares everyone.
Your entry for John Hunter, husband of Sarah, is wrong. Sarah (Yocum) Hunter 1799-1877, married John Hunter 1787-12 Jun 1855. I know how confusing all these Hunters can be, but John is my 3rd g-grandfather. Also, 4 of his children were born after the other John Hunters' death date.
Added by Bear on Aug 27, 2014 10:07 AM
|Cashie||RE: Jane Thompson Barton|
Hi again Donna, you did an edit for me a few days ago and mentioned the confusing situation with Roberts Barton and his 2 wives, both Jane. Don't know if it would be any help, but here is a link to my ancestry tree, showing Roberts Barton and his wives. (I hope I have it right.) Have included copies of documents which might useful. ----http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/16636461/person/28877210611
I am only very distantly related but enjoy the researching.
Added by Cashie on Jun 28, 2014 12:33 PM
|Cashie||RE: Jane Thompson Barton|
Thanks so much!!
Added by Cashie on Jun 24, 2014 7:36 PM
|bobby jett||Oxford Cemetery|
Do you know who is in charge of the Oxford Cemetery?
|L. Forbes||Wesson Cemetery|
Well hello Donna, you aren't going to believe this but you can remove the article now behind your picture of the Wesson Cemetery. Find A Grave add it to the webpage. Nancy Burr just emailed me and told me to my surprise. I very much thank you Donna.
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