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|AJ||No, it is|
I must have worded my information misleadingly, but I know he died as a child, I knew he hadn't lived to be past a year, I think I might have mentioned his father was also a William Long (William Randolph Long). I have his birth record as Jun 15 1898 in Henry Co. IA, and of him and his two sisters, only one child of the three lived past a year of age. Mother is Elnora Hockett Long.
Added by AJ on Nov 18, 2014 2:58 PM
|Kristy Rice||RE: Creason Family|
I'm sorry to say I have no relation. My husband and I decided to take on this cemetery to photograph all the stones. I grew up in Orrick, and I knew of a few Creason's. One which was a teacher in Orrick elementary school. Other than that, I know nothing about the family. Sorry I can't help in any way. But I hope I might have helped you with anyone. We might have bitten off more than we can chew, but this cemetery is something that should be documented. If I can help in any way, please let me know. Even if you would like a better photo than I provided. Sorry I couldn't help.
|C. L. Cramer||RE: Jacob Mendenhall-Documentation of Parents Enos and Lydia|
Hello-Both Jacob and his parents, Enos and Lydia are listed in the Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy-Volume 1, Page 860-Records from the Springfield, NC Monthly Meeting. Jacob, his first wife, Susannah Moore and their 3 oldest children, Emily, Rhoda and David are listed. Enos and his wife, Lydia are listed on this same page along with the names of their 7 children-Jacob included.
There is also an interesting bio on Jacob detailing the family's relocation and life in Iowa-his parents included-in the book, "Portrait and Biographical Album of Lee County, IA", by Chapman Brothers (1887)
Enos and Lydia Mendenhall are my GGGGGrandparents.
Jacob and his first wife, Susannah Moore, are my GGGGrandparents.
Thank you for your assistance-Cody
These tombstones are difficult to read
In memory of Capt. Samuel Alden d February 24 1781 then aged 92yr 2 mths and 3 days. The cemetery records show him dying in 1773 but this was when his wife Sarah died.
Hope this helps.
Added by ALICE on Oct 29, 2014 5:47 PM
|John Blakemore Sellers||RE: Samuel Alden's Headstone|
In Memory of Capt Samuel Alden
Died Febry 24th 1789(1)
Aged 92 Years & 2 Months & 3 Days
|John Cahill ||RE: Mendenhall|
In the Mendinhall Mausoleum are William G. and Estelle.
I got pretty pictures of inside vault.
would you like to create a memorial with a photo request and I will fulfill?
let me know
|gone_fishing - unless_you_email||Elouisetta F. Carr's daughter Harriet|
Was thinking the Harriet M. Hazard Remer memorial was a better fit as Elouisetta's daughter than the Harriet Carr memorial.
Harriet (Hazard) Remer appears in the 1855 NYS Census and 1860 Federal Census in the Charles and Elouisetta Carr household as Harriet Hazard. Then in Elouisetta's obituary as Mrs. J. S. Remer.
There is a Harriet Carr, b. abt 1844 in the 1880 census as well as a Hariet Norman b. abt 1847 in the 1880 cesus as the wife of Myndert Norman. So there may be multiple Harriets with ties to the Carr surname in Yates County.
|DKOWN||RE: Richard Albery|
You are very welcome.
Added by DKOWN on Oct 16, 2014 3:43 PM
|John Cahill ||Mendinhall Mausoleum Wilmington Delaware|
are you searching for an additional picture of the mausoleum or pictures of the inside.
about six vaults are inside
|Sara||RE: Justus Hatch photo|
Thank you so much for thanking me for the photos. I have found some "less than perfect" gravestone photos taken...too far away, in the shadows etc. Certainly I have taken my share of "less than perfect" photos...but have learned over the years that descendants want to see a full gravestone with a clear close-up and the epitaph...there is much information to be gleaned from these gravestones.
I hope you don't mind but I have taken the liberty of looking at your photo requests. I often go to the State Library in Hartford which has the Hale Collection from the 1930's. I may not get to those cemeteries that you've requested..but will see if the gravestones were found in that particular cemetery in the 1930's.
Let me know if there are some other gravestones that you would like clearer photos of or if I can be of any help,
Added by Sara on Oct 10, 2014 3:48 PM
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