|Bonnie June Chinn Redmond (#47686786)|
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Hey, was wondering where I got my beautiful eyes,just like yous,Now I know....and yes our eyes are natural...my Dau. And son have them too.
Bonnie, I have found another distant family member,thanks to you being here...
We must be distant cousins...Rawleigh Chinn and others are my grandmothers' brothers...we all share the immigrant John Chinn as great-grandfather.
Thanks for adding the Chinn family on here.
One of my g.great grandmothers was a Chinn.
She was married to Henry Hudson..I have the Chinn history,including their book.
Yes, of course, I will transfer Bob Chinn to you. I've noticed that you've added lots to your family tree. I need to go in and really study it. Been so busy lately. I've been hearing from new found cousins latley. So interesting. Guess I better check my ancestry messages. My membership expired and I better renew while I'm thinking about it. So good to hear from you cousin.
Added by Pam on Mar 28, 2013 9:47 PM
|Mike Murray||RE: Chinn Cemetery|
Chinn Cemetery (aka "Chinnville Cemetery) is located directly off of Old US#23 (Greenup Avenue), near Evans Funeral Home, Raceland, Greenup County, Kentucky. It is about a block away north from Chinn Street and Pond Run Road intersection in Raceland, and is on the SE intersection of Greenup Avenue and Pond Run Road. It has been known as "Chinn Cemetery" in Greenup County, KY genealogies for over 100 years, notwithstanding a recent local sign apparently calling it "Chinnville Cemetery." about 2011.
See the photo at:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2416615 and enlarge it into "hybrid" view. You can't miss it.
|Anne Rupert||RE: RH Chinn Grave|
Happy New Year to you Bonnie -
I posted all of the burials from information I copied at the Lexington Library over 10 years ago. It was a list of mostly lot owners. So we can assume R H Chinn purchased a lot there. Now someone photographed the stone for this grave, so assuming now RH Chinn is buried there. The grave stones are very very old - almost from 1820-1860 I would say. So if your grandfather dissapeared after the war, these graves are too old to be his.
I have a membership to ancestry.com and can give a look for him if you have some details. Good luck on your hunt! Anne
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