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of Brown County Illinois as an
Amateur Genealogist-Shutterbug / Endeavoring to
Immortalize The Departed.
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|Calcat||Mabel Belker - 100327458|
Hi there - Mabel Belker and her husband Henry J. Belker are actually buried at Saint Anthony of Padua Parish Cemetery in Quincy, Adams, Illinois.
(Her parents and sister are also there). You currently have her in Calvary Cemetery in Quincy. Can you please move her to Saint Anthony of Padua in Quincy? (By the way, there is a headstone for her at St. Anthony, so further proof she is there : ) Thank you! : )
Added by Calcat on Sep 22, 2014 1:41 PM
im sorry i forgot to tell you its john uriah ellede i found it on alberts my great great great grandfather
Added by deejay74 on Aug 22, 2014 9:16 AM
i live in missouri but the elledges in pike co ill are my family i just wanted you to know on the list of siblings theres an albert not listed thank you
Added by deejay74 on Aug 22, 2014 9:13 AM
|crosstitchmary||RE: Arvis Hippen|
Her mother's obituary.
|Angela Avery||RE: Avery|
It was very confusing discovering duplicate records when I was trying to locate James Avery's burial record for my family research. Find A Grave prefers not having duplicate records on individuals for this reason.
What book lists him as being buried in Law Cemetery? Is there a headstone for him in Law Cemetery?
Perhaps for clarity, you could add a note on your memorial (#26020222) referencing the other Find A Grave Memorial #7392357 in Willard Grove Cemetery that has a photo of James and Birdie's headstone?
Thanks you for your help,
|Teresa D||Anna R Icenogle Hudelson|
Thank you very much for adding her parents information to her memorial.
Added by Teresa D on Apr 27, 2014 7:35 PM
John, thanks so much for your help, appreciate your time and efforts. A very Happy Easter to you and your family! Andy
Added by aoutcalt on Apr 18, 2014 3:19 PM
|aoutcalt||RE: Alms House|
Yes, I think so. I found a document from the 1800's and I noticed that some of the names in the document who were living there are also in that graveyard. I'll send it to you. Do you happen to have a picture of where the graveyard was?? Best Regards,Andy
Added by aoutcalt on Apr 18, 2014 5:29 AM
|Nancy Thompson||Easton Memorial|
Thank you for linking Edwin Easton to his parents.
|Mark Stickle||RE: Lee(S)|
REF: Find-a-Grave 33340415/Julia R. Lee
I certainly didn't mean it as a criticism: I was pointing out that if Julia died on 4 AUG 1881 (as your monument indicates) and her age at death was 28 years, 9 months and 9 days (as your monument indicates), that would indicate that she was born in 1852 (and this is in line with the census records). Consequently, it would be quite a challenge for father to be the John Lee who was born in 1860 (as indicated)to have fathered a child BEFORE his own birth!
The actual father of the Julia Lee (33340415) was indeed John Lee, but he was born about 1811 in Virginia, and is also buried in Mounds Cemetery (33340304). He died July 4, 1898 (NOT 1896 -- I have confirmed this via probate and other records, and am happy to share copies).
Again, this was by no means meant as a criticism and I am sorry if it came across as such. I so much appreciate the great work that folks do in preserving and submitting all these amazing cemetery records . . .
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