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Dee Ferris
RE: Sara Radley
I absolutely agree. That's what I was trying to say, but you said it better than I did, lol. Thanks so much!
Added by Dee Ferris on Jul 22, 2014 9:22 PM
An Oregonian
Lydia Champman
Hello, you left me a message that the grave site for Lydia Chapman (cemetery unknown but picture available) is a duplicate. I have looked for the duplicate and can't find it. I would appreciate it if you could give me that Find A Grave #. The memorial that I created is #76146123. I will gladly remove mine if it is the same.
Added by An Oregonian on Jul 22, 2014 11:58 AM
Beverly
Taylor & May
My entry's for both were posted in 2004. The other post was 2009.I did add cem. name. Thanks again. Bev
Added by Beverly on Jul 22, 2014 6:57 AM
Beverly
Enoch Taylor
I don't have the slightest idea how this happened, I will try to find the cem.where he is located...Thank you for calling this to my attention. Bev
Added by Beverly on Jul 22, 2014 6:48 AM
Chris Worthington
tranfer requested
Would you also please consider transferring my first cousin, James Raynor to me?

Thank you,
Chris Worthington
Added by Chris Worthington on Jul 21, 2014 1:17 AM
Chris Worthington
transfers requested
Would you be willing to transfer my first cousin, Nancy Carol Raynor (Aquebogue) and my great grandparents Oscar D. and Mary E. Cardinal Worthington? I would like to add biographical information to their pages.

Thank you,
Chris Worthington (formerly of Jamesport)
Added by Chris Worthington on Jul 21, 2014 1:11 AM
Michael Duffy
Bilson
Headstone image removed from Annatje Consalus Bilson. Unsure of where the former Miss Consalus is buried.
Added by Michael Duffy on Jul 20, 2014 7:54 PM
Janelle
RE: Lou Dunn
Oops,
Can't believe I did that. I thought someone else had sent that in. My mistake. Lucinda Serena Chandler's mother was Bathsheba Ann Bartlett.

Added by Janelle on Jul 20, 2014 7:17 AM
Dee Ferris
Sara K. (Sutman) Radley
Hi,

I wondered about that when I saw the tombstone. That's the tombstone on her husband's gravesite. He died before her, so I thought it was a note to say his wife was Sara.... I was told by family members that she was cremated, and probably scattered at sea. So I do not know for sure the final disposition of her ashes, it's possible that she was buried with her husband. I have not been able to locate an obituary yet. I am planning to contact the library or the historical society soon to see if they can help me. I want to have a full list of the ones I need first though. If you happen to run across one, I would love it if you'd send it to me. I have gone ahead and moved her memorial to the Marion cemetery, since her name is on the headstone. That's better than having a burial unknown, even though cremations aren't really unknowns. I do wish Findagrave could change that somehow. I'm not one of those people who creates unknown burials at a whim or whatever. But if they're cremated, there's just no other way to do it. Thanks so much for all your help. I really do appreciate it. I am trying to make my memorials as complete and accurate as possible.

Kind regards,

Dee
Added by Dee Ferris on Jul 19, 2014 11:51 PM
Janelle
RE: Lou Dunn
They have her mother mixed up with her great grandmother. Bathsheba Ann Bartlett was her mother. Bathsheba was the daughter of Joseph Shurtleff Bartlett. Joseph was the youngest child of John Bartlett and Bathsheba Shurtleff. He was born in Kingston MA and left there around 1820 going first to South Carolina and then to Tennessee where he married widow Amanda Porter Zachary. They moved west about 1840. He settled his family in Arkansas, but he went across the border to teach in the Public Schools of the Cherokee Nation. By 1850 he had quite his teaching job, and settled his family in Washington County AR near the Chandlers. During the Civil War Joseph Shurtleff Bartlett moved to Poplar Bluff Mo where his son George was a physician, and after the war moved to Todd County KY where another son Joseph Warren Bartlett was a physician. He died there in 1875.
Here is a link to a page for Lucinca where you can see her pedigree
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=tu%2Dosu&id=I2079


I am a Mayflower member on this line and have the documentation for it.

Added by Janelle on Jul 19, 2014 4:25 PM
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