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|Christina ||Jacob Kissell in Ferncliff|
I have loaded a photo for Jacob, however, the stone is not in very good shape. I have also added photos for the others in the lot that I could find stones and names for.
Sec D Lot 128
Lydia Kissel d1879
Jonathon Kissell d1890
Anna Kissell d1892
John Kissell d1876
Abrams Kissell d1888
Jacob Kissell d1863
Fred Kissell d1915
Kate Belmer d1880
H. Belmers d1871
J. Kissell no marker
J. Kissell no marker
S. Kissell no marker
|Mandora||RE: Sophia Garman.|
Hello! This is what I know about the Garmans...my GG-Grandfather, Amos Ballard, had a younger sister named Catherine who married George Garman, son of Daniel and Sophia. From what I've read, the Garmans came to Indiana from Pennsylvania, and George worked on the Ballard farm as a carpenter, wherein he met Katherine. They married after the Civil War. There are letters surviving written by George Garman regarding the Ballard farm, which he inherited after Catherine's parents died (Aaron and Nancy Ballard). I'm rattling all this off off the top of my head so I hope there are no errors. I know that Catherine died relatively young and they lost a young child. I just did a search for George Garman on FamilySearch dot org because I realized I really don't know what happened to him after Catherine died. I found he remarried in Ohio at the age of 74! The license lists his parents as Daniel and Sophia and that he was born in Lancaster, PA. When I get the opportunity, I'll try to go through my records about George and Catherine. If you search for George Garman Henry County Indiana on Google, the links for the letters should pop up; they're at the IN Historical Society and are online. There are a number of letters written by Catherine also during the Civil War to soldiers. Hope this helps! :))
Added by Mandora on Feb 25, 2014 8:25 PM
|Emma Simmons||RE: William Ferns.|
Sent the transfer you requested thru. Did you want his wife tranferred to?
|Diana||RE: Hugh McKinnel.|
No relation, just wanted to leave a memorial flower in his memory.
Added by Diana on Jan 09, 2014 8:16 AM
|S Barger||RE: Wentworth Hays.|
I was just documenting the graves in White Oak Cemetery. I have no connection with Wentworth Hays that I know of. I was able to find his marriage record to Rachel Parker and found an obituary for her, but not for Wentworth.
Added by S Barger on Jun 12, 2013 1:12 PM
|Sheilia W.||RE: Back Family of Kent.|
Thank you for your message about the Kentish Back family. i have no connection or knowledge about them, apart from what appears on their gravestones; my interest is principally in recording graves prior to 1914, and my own family came from Yorkshire and Scotland. Best wishes for your family researches!
|Claire DeBauche||Peter Hayes|
Peter is my great grandfather, could you tell me how you know that John Clauson Hays and Phoebe Cronk are his parents?
Thank you in advance for your time and effort.
Sorry I have no further information on the Hamper family Thank You
|Rowena AtLee||Browning in Grass Lake cemetery|
I'm sorry, I just fulfilled your request for James died 1900 and realized the grave I got a picture of was his father James. I got a picture for James and for his wife, Ann. Didn't see a stone for their son, James. If you still want the request on there, you will have to put it back on. The cemetery is about 15 miles from me in the opposite direction of what I usually travel, but if & when I get back out there will look again. Rowena
Thank you very much. I sent some information with your email.
Added by Peter on Jul 03, 2012 6:02 PM
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