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Sherma Nelson (#47075165)
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Bio Photo My name is Sherma Nelson,I have always loved Genealogy .I was thrilled to come upon this site this this is such a wonderful Idea.I am really looking forward to finding my Ancestors and helping other people find theirs.So many Volunteer have help us in taking photo of are family! So we want to help others.
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lloker
Wrong cemetery
Rader, Helen Boyd 45475118
Rader, Leonard Andrew 45475037


The cemetery does not have burials for the Raders. Please move them to a cremaion until you find the correct cemetery.

Regards,
Lloker
Added by lloker on Sep 08, 2014 11:04 AM
An Oregonian
Dorothia Lamb Johnson
It has been documented:
Hello, regarding two Dorothy Lambs. The lady who married Daniel Johnson was born about 1673, I have no death date for her. She married Daniel Johnson 23 Dec 1697. Her parents were Abiel Lamb born 1646 and died 1710 Framingham, MA. and Elizabeth Clark born 1647 Watertown, MA. and died 11 Dec 1692 at roxbury, Suffolk, MA. Her mother was not Elizabeth Alcock.
Added by An Oregonian on Aug 04, 2014 2:37 PM
An Oregonian
Dorothy Lamb Johnson
Hello, regarding two Dorothy Lambs. The lady who married Daniel Johnson was born about 1673, I have no death date for her. She married Daniel Johnson 23 Dec 1697. Her parents were Abiel Lamb born 1646 and died 1710 Framingham, MA. and Elizabeth Clark born 1647 Watertown, MA. and died 11 Dec 1692 at roxbury, Suffolk, MA. Her mother was not Elizabeth Alcock.
Added by An Oregonian on Jul 10, 2014 12:50 PM
Craig Russell
Olmstead Johnson Grave
I visited the Warrenton Town Hall yesterday (11/7/2011) to obtain the grave location for Olmstead. I was informed that a fire in 1901 destroyed all the cemetery records. I then went over to the cemetery and was informed by the caretaker where he would have been buried at that period. I spent the afternoon searching for a marker, without success. There were legible markers dated in the 1700's. Since he was a transient at the time of his death, he probably never had a marker.
Craig Russell - direct descendant of John Johnson.
Added by Craig Russell on Nov 08, 2011 7:25 AM
Nickie Anderton
vashtia emily Johnson Mecham
I have gone through my record books for clover cemetery and I do not have anything for her. there is no headstone or any marker. Do you know a location of where she is? My husband is the sexton and I keep the books my most updated list can be found at rushvalleytown.com if you would like to look
thanks for any help you can give
Nickie
Added by Nickie Anderton on Oct 30, 2011 12:25 AM
Paul
RE: Hugh Caldwell and Jane Anderson Caldwell
Please correct the entries for Hugh Caldwell. According to both the 1850 census and his death notice, he was born in 1773. According to Pennsylvania Genealogies; Scotch-Irish and German, Egle, William Henry, M. D., M. A., Harrisburg, Lane S. Hart, Printer 1886, which is the only documented evidence of Hugh's and Jane's births, both were born in County Derry, Ireland.

The entry for Jane Anderson Caldwell's birth is incorrect. There is no Derry in County Cavan, Ireland. According to Egle, County Derry was her birthplace.

Paul
Added by Paul on Sep 18, 2011 10:21 AM
Paul
Hugh Caldwell and Jane Anderson Caldwell
Sherma,

Hugh and Jane, both Church Hill cemetery, Trumbull county, Ohio, are my GGG Grandfather and GGG Grandmother. I would like it very much if you could transfer management of their memorials to me.
Thanks,
Paul
Added by Paul on Sep 16, 2011 9:24 PM
Christa Ryals
Alice Arminda Caldwell
I see t hat you have two different locations for this grave, can you please tell me where she is actually buried? Are you a relative? Thanks, Christa
Added by Christa Ryals on Aug 25, 2011 4:46 PM
diana greb
William O. Boyd
Hi--I just added a copy of the death certificate for William O. Boyd (45411957). I am not related, I am just adding copies of Wallowa DCs. Diana
Added by diana greb on Feb 07, 2011 12:31 PM
Kay Stephens
Johnson in Kirtland
I found this on this site: Obituaries and Life Sketches- Part 1
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohlake/bios/lifesketch/mema.html and thought that you might like to add it to John's memorial. There is also one there for his wife.

JOHNSON, JOHN Apr. 11, 1778 - July 30, 1843

Son of Israel Johnson and Abiel Higgins. Married Alice Elsa Jacobs on Feb. 2, 1800 in Putney, Vermont. They were parents of fifteen children. Two of their sons, Luke and Lyman, were apostles of the early church. They opened their home to Joseph and Emma Smith in Hiram, Ohio. The vision of the three degrees of glory occurred in their home. John sold his farm in Hiram and the profit from that sale helped to pay the debt on the Peter French property in Kirtland that the church had recently purchased. The Kirtland Temple is located on portion of that property. John and Elsa's Kirtland home still exists today west of the Temple on Maple Street.

From the Painesville Telegraph - Aug 9, 1843

In Kirtland, Lake county, Ohio, July 30th, 1843, Mr. JOHN JOHNSON, aged sixty-five years. Mr. Johnson emigrated from Pomfret, Vt., more than twenty-five years, since which time he has resided in this state, and for the last ten years in this township. He was a man noted for his characteristic precision in all his dealings with others, always cheerful, and at the same time reserved and very exemplary; always ready to alleviate the necessities of the destitute, his generosity never withheld from doing good to his fellows when required, and from an acquaintance with him, all were his friends. He was a very devoted and affectionate in his family, and seemed most happy when seated with them around his domestic fireside. In him, the widow and family have truly lost an affectionate and devoted husband and father.

Editors in Vermont and Illinois will please copy.
Added by Kay Stephens on Dec 31, 2010 3:08 PM
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