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|Wm & SJ. Donath||Leah Miller|
There were four other graves with Leah.
David S. 1818-Father-1886
Jacob S. 1857-Son-1943
Mary Catherine 1858-Daughter-1948
Luella - Daughter died Oct 2, 1865 Age 1y
I will watch for the photo requests for these.
Thank you for catching my dupe. I have removed it and added my pic to the original. ;) I also completed requested edits. If I have any branches in your tree I'd be happy to transfer just let me know. Have a great day!
Added by MissT on Apr 22, 2015 8:01 AM
|suscat||Elihu Briggs 85979045|
As you maintain this memorial I thought you might be interested in an entry about him in the Biographical Review Otsego County 1893. Let me know if you would like me to send a photo of the page to you. Best wishes!
Added by suscat on Mar 25, 2015 10:23 AM
|Tim Wilkins||James Samuel Wilkins|
Curious about your interest in a grave photo request for James Wilkins. Is he a relative? He would be my great uncle. His brother Jeff Bugard Wilkins is my great grandfather. I know I wish we had some more volunteers taking photos.
|Charles Swanger||Lucinda Sue Field Swanger|
Are you any kin to the Swanger family. Lucinda was married to my great uncle Doctor Estes Swanger. The 1880 census shows my g g grandmother Margaret Rebecca "Peggy" Stephens Swanger was living with them. I do not know when she died and I wonder if she maybe buried in the the same cemetery as Lucinda. Doc id buried in Cocke County Tn. Thanks for any help.
Charles W Swanger
|sherrie myers||RE: Alfred & Phoebe Wilson|
In preparation for the Find A Grave meetup I called the staff to help me find which people on my list had memorials and which people not. They told me to use the cemetery locator which would give me that information. Alfred & Phoebe are listed on their records as having no memorial but when I got there, I had found several people who's records stated they did not have a headstone but who in fact did. I went into the cemetery office to complain about the bad record keeping but they seemed indifferent. I never got a chance to look for Alfred & Phoebe's memorial so please check the photo requests to make sure the request is still active because I have found the cemetery records office is unreliable and Alfred & Phoebe may indeed have memorials.
|Ace||RE: John Leech/Ottawa Ave Cemetery|
Yes, I could not find a grave marker for him. If you look at the caption of the photo I posted I added this information along with the burial plot. I spent about 15 minutes searching the immediate area.
The only thing you could do would be to go the Ottawa Avenue Cemetery website and submit a request for information about his burial (is the location I was given correct; is there a grave marker).
If the information I was given is incorrect please let me know and I will try again for you.
Added by Ace on Jun 11, 2014 3:25 PM
|Aimee Pattison||Samuel & Hannah Barndt|
I am the local historian for both of the Christ Unions cemeteries, I have no info on either of these people being buried here.
I would send a public message to Tom Myers, who put up the original memorial. I have even double checked the burial plot pages, nothing on them.
|Sweet Grass||RE: Mary Armstrong 62443150|
When I went to add the Armstrong pictures I had, I hit Marys name first. I just finished going through all of the pictures I took yesterday and there wasn't one for Mary. Please repost request. Her grave was not found. We looked at all markers. Only a couple were unreadable. We are planning on compiling a list of markers not found where they're suppose to be to check other cemeteries in the area. Sorry for the inconvenience.
|Ellen Sutherland Butler||RE: John & Laura Swanger|
I will try next week. There is a Trammell Road that connects with Sweet Gum Valley Road. I may see if I can find someone that is familiar with the logging road or cemetery. The road I turned onto was a very rough road that I could barely get up but I stopped at the first house and asked the lady if she knew of an old Trammell cemetery and she said no. I asked if there was an old logging road and she said no again. But I don't think she really understood what I was asking. I will try again and hopefully I can find it. Or I'll check again when winter comes and there isn't so much foliage.
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