|Gloria Kidder (#47327773)|
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Gloria-Thank you for the links and updates, they are appreciated~Laura.
Added by Honor on Jun 27, 2014 11:47 PM
|Cheryl Ann Enyart||Mrs Denver Baton # 101406605|
I think there is a duplicate, but not sure, since I have been trying to find more information.. but the dates do seem to be the same and the names of the children..
Check out Mary Magdalene Resinger Barton.# 21779078, The wife of Denver Barton.
Maybe you and Garnet the other contributor can work this out...
|Dawn D. Wolfe||David E. Wolfe memorial|
Hi Gloria! You manage the memorial of my grt-grt grandparents, George and Lydia Barrett Wolfe's son, David, in Boston OH Cemetery. I haven't researched this side of my family but would love to hear from any cousins. Thank you.
|Jedikatie||Margaret A. Fenner|
I saw your note on the tombstone for Margaret A. Fenner (ID # 62278529) that you thought she might be the same person as Mary Fenner. She's not. This tombstone is my 3rd great-grandmother's, Margaret Ann (Yowell) Corbin Fenner.
Margaret was born 6 Jan 1818 in Madison Co., Virginia, to Rowland and Sarah "Sally" (Mitchell) Yowell. She married Hansford C. Corbin (my 3rd great-grandfather) on 21 Dec 1843 in Madison Co., Virginia. Margaret and Hansford lived for a time in Rappahannock County, Virginia, after their marriage before moving west to Jackson Twp., Highland Co., Ohio, with their five children in 1853 or early 1854, which is where Hansford's parents and siblings had moved to several years earlier. After Margaret's husband Hansford died in 1855 (just two weeks after their youngest daughter died), she was left to raise their four remaining kids. Unfortunately, two more of their children died within a week of each other in 1859. She was left with two daughters -- Mary Elizabeth Corbin (my great-great grandma) and Genova Corbin. Genova (Corbin) Shaw died in 1875 at the age of 23. My gg-grandma Mary (Corbin) Nace died in 1896 at the age of 47.
Margaret remarried to her second husband, Isaac Fenner, on 22 July 1860 in Highland Co., Ohio. They had one daughter, Savilla Gavie (or Ganie) Fenner. Isaac died in 1868, leaving Margaret a widow again. Her daughter Savilla married a gentleman named John L. Lewis, and she and her husband moved to the Bowersville area sometime in the 1880s. Margaret went with them, and she remained in her daughter's household until her own death on 4 Dec 1916.
Hope that helps some.
|M. Richards||Margaret Beatman EDWARDS|
I have moved her memorial for the fourth time. I originally had her in Old Garvin, but findagrave moved her. They deleted my cemetery entry for "Old Garvin Cemetery"; I was told they were same cemetery, I knew otherwise. We will see how long she will stay here before findagrave decides to put it in the other cemetery again. I have this problem with other memorials I have posted. Findagrave arbitrarily decides my cemetery entries belong somewhere else and mine do not exist. I'm in agreement with the family; only I feel the cemetery should be named "Old Garvin", not just Garvin to elevate the confusion.
Please let me know if Margaret gets moved again.
|Ruth Griffin||RE: Margaret Edwards|
Thank you for keeping me in the loop. I have added your pictures of Margaret's headstone and the (Old) Garvin Cemetery to my tree on ancestry.com. I found a second memorial for Margaret at the newer Garvin Cemetery. Obviously, that one shouldn't be there. I think I remember getting into that argument at one point. I just dropped it. Now I have proof where her remains are located and I thank you for it.
Thank you for all you do.
Find A Grave ID #47382961
|Patricia McCarty||RE: Marie Justin Fimeyer|
You are welcome, anytime. Thanks for getting back to me so quickly
|bill mcnamar||Felix H. McNemar|
Thanks for all your hard work. Felix H. McNemar was born February 28, 1860, son of George and Anna McNemar. He is buried in the Gaddis Cemetery.
|SFC USA RET Duffie & Kathy||Family Links|
"The individual's name will show up on the sibling list of their own memorial to help show where the individual was in the birth order of the siblings."
I just joined "find a grave" page and I'm still not exactly sure how it works. I noticed that you have put information on some of the names I've looked up, I didn't know if you were related or what. If you could let me know "Gray" I would appreciate it. Or if you could give me some tips on how to use this site better, I would appreciate that also.
Thanks so Much,
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