RE: Margaret Johnson Hayes Hi: Thank you for completing the parent linkage for Margaret Johnson Hayes. I am connected with the Johnsons, and do not know much about the Hayes. I have seen a list of children from her husband's first marriage. I will probably contribute some more to Margaret's memorial. John D.
Nancy Vanevery St George Hi, I was in st George today and photographed Andrew and Whilmina's markers. I found no marker for Nancy, and consulted a 2001 transcript for the cemetery and she is not noted there either. She is probably there but something happened to her stone. There is a marker-sized space between Andrew's stone and Whilmina's that I'm sure is where she was. If you want those photos let me know and I will email them to you.
RE: Emma Hayes On an old family note her name was written as Emma Tryon. I do not know anything about the Tryon family. There might be an Iowa marriage record with their names. Margaret Hayes was my Grandfather's aunt. John D.
Location of Burchfiel Cemetery HI Joanne - It is 6.5 miles straight south of Anthony on highway 179 and .25 miles west into a field on a dirt road which then swings north .1 mile to the cemetery. On Google maps it's not identified in 'map' view but you can see it by switching to 'satellite' view and it's very evident. Joe
Riley Stubbs in Preble, Ohio Dear Joanne, Happy holidays! I am currently researching the Stubbs family of Preble, Ohio and came across your note on Riley's memorial mentioning letters that Riley wrote to his cousin Seth, your ancestor. Specifically, I am going in-depth into the lives of my Quaker ancestors who migrated from North Carolina, to Wrightsborough, Georgia, then into Preble, Ohio and Wayne, Indiana. As you probably know, the Stubbs family was integral in this journey. If you are interested more in my family lines or my research, I am happy to discuss further. However, a copy of these letters would be a wonderful addition to my research. Is it possible you could scan and send them to me? They will certainly provide first-hand accounts of the time period, the struggles and the sacrifices of the family. Many thanks for your consideration. Again, have a wonderful holiday. Best, Keira Murphy Vero Beach, FL email@example.com
RE: Melina Cobai Thank you very much Joanne. I'm guessing that she's buried alongside her father. He was murdered during the summer before we started high school. I appreciate your time and I'll check any records I can find as time rolls on. I hope you have a Merry Christmas and an awesome new year! Take care.