|Bev||R Geary 1897 New Zealand|
I have put a photo from a memorial wall up. Most of the headstones in this cemetery are missing.
Added by Bev on Jul 16, 2015 6:02 PM
|Rebecca McIntosh||William Francis Hill|
Terry, do you want a photo for William Francis Hill now that you've accepted his plot info? If you do then just hit Request a Photo. We live fairly close by so should be able to get a grave photo soon if you want it.
|Bernie Cooper||Benjamin Franklin Adcock|
Terry, Reference Benjamin Franklin Adcock, buried in Marella Cem. His Oklahoma Civil War Pension papers sayes he served in the 3rd Missouri Infantry, Co B, not North Carolina or the CS Navy.
|Vicki Clemow||James Cawte|
FYI. James Cawte died on 12th November, 1919 by his headstone inscription. He was reportedly seventy-four years of age. His headstone states he is buried with daughter Florrie. Presumably this is Elizabeth Florence May b.1894 in Newtown, NSW. and who had only just married at Port Pirie in 1913.
|James Gray||RE: Warren Kemp Jones|
I would be more than happy to collaborate with you and exchange information and documents, on ALL the veterans I have researched; that would correct any errors and insure correctness in the future. Would you be willing to do that? With copies of documents you say prove errors, I would be more than happy to make any corrections or deletions; but only with documented proof in hand. I have no problem with providing you copies of everything I have, including the sources. I have offered to do this repeatedly. Are you willing?
James Gray - 15 Aug 2014
|David Roberts||Joshua Hendrickson's First Wife ?|
Wife #1 must be the mother of Ann Eliza's step-daughter with whom she was living in 1911.
Do you have her name ?
She also must be the mother of the other Hendrickson child buried with Joshua & Ann Eliza.
|David Roberts||Charles Hendrickson/Minor d. 1863|
OK, Terry - The Huntington Rural Cemetery index has no entry for any Hendrickson to fit with October 1863 but has an "unknown" Miner buried 19 October 1863 - that fits with the Charles who we thought was a Hendrickson. The burial record calls him a Minor/Miner. Maybe the gravestone used Hendrickson - that became his mother's name ? Who know ? This info came from an old list on LDS microfilm. The death of this child was NOT recorded by the local paper - it did record the 1857 death of the earlier Charles. I've changed his name to MINOR and eliminated Hendrickson as his father. Send me more info as you find it.
|David Roberts||Charles R. Minor|
The gravestone for him #65598952 shows him to be a Minor; his burial date is 20 October 1857 & his "last residence" was Cold Spring - now Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, New York. If his mother had 2 husbands - both named Joshua - he's got to be the child of husband # 1.
|David Roberts||Charles R, Minor|
Charles is listed in "Index to the Huntington Rural Cemetery 1853-1990" book as Miner - not as Hendrickson. There is no Charles Hendrickson of that time period in the Index book. I think his name is correct as Minor [Miner is a spelling variant]
|David Roberts||Minor / Hendrickson|
Could you send me the Find-a-Grave numbers of the folks you are talking about. Off hand, I have no idea about these people at all - but if I had the Find-a-Grave numbers, I might be able to tell you something. Thanks !
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