|Liz Brown (#46599148)|
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I've been doing genealogy on my family lineage for over 35 years. It started out as a hobby and quickly became a passion. My goal is to locate my grandmother's brother, John Joshua Barron who disappeared in 1926. Hopefully one day I'll discover what happened to him. Surnames I'm researching are: Slay, Hatley, Barron, Nicklas, Casburn, Ratliff, Jones and Randolph.|
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|Joanne Peterson||Morrow Family|
Thank you Liz .... I wasn't sure whether I was the one that was mistaken or not. The dates just didn't seem to indicate that Freeman was Benjamin's son.
Do you know of anyone living near the cemetery that might be willing to provide photos of the monuments?
|Joanne Peterson||MORROW Family; Boylston Baptist Church Cemetery|
While doing research this evening I was updating information on the MORROW family, many of whom are recorded as buried at the Boylston Baptist Cemetery at Boylston, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia.
I believe you may have linked Freeman H MORROW to the wrong parents. You show his parents as Benjamin A MORROW and Mary Caroline MORROW. I believe that his parents are actually Hamilton Lane MORROW and Mary Ann (nee HARTY/HARTIE) MORROW and that he is an elder brother of Benjamin's. My research shows a Hamilton Freeman MORROW, born November 12, 1874, died February 13, 1901 as the son of Hamilton Lane MORROW and Mary Ann HARTY. This would be the correct age for the monument record you have listing a Freeman H MORROW being 26 years old at burial. Please advise.
|Lodi1961||RE: Clara Opal Powell Knapp|
Hi Liz, I am not sure but The name Mayberry - or - Mulberry comes to mind. Hope this helps.
Added by Lodi1961 on May 19, 2015 7:38 PM
|Lodi1961||RE: Clara Opal Powell Knapp|
Yes My great grandmother was married to Walter Pratt. I talked to my cousin, Winfred (her granddaughter about a year ago before she passed.) She told me Walter and Clara were living in Sayer, Oklahoma when he passed away. But that he was laid to rest in Sweetwater, Oklahoma. She remarried and they all moved to Pittsburg, California. (She was married five times and out lived all of her husbands, Her name when she passed in 1977 in San Diego was Knapp) Walter Jr & John Pratt had both passed away in 1999. I do not know about the rest of the family. My parents use to have pictures but due to a house fire they have been lost. I hope that this will help you in some way, I hope you find all of your answers, Happy Hunting.
Added by Lodi1961 on May 18, 2015 2:01 PM
|Clay Turner||RE: Evelyn Hazel Cox Williams|
Your welcome. Glad I could help.
|Heather Zell Bosley||Rueben Maloney|
Have you checked this list of people mapped in the Williams Cemetery http://www.cemeteries-of-tx.com/Etx/Collin/cemetery/williamsnorth.htm
I will try to get out there and see what is missing from that site as soon as I can (if it ever stops raining and let you know what I find (if anything).
|Tina DeLong||william slay|
a cousin did say he taught it was William slay.
please email me and I will tell you more
|Tina DeLong||Waddell cemetery|
I am working on the Waddell Cemetery, I am a crisp, bailey and mcdowell
CRi was to be Crisp
I am a cri and a bailey and am working on the waddell cemetery in ard, I was told a Will Slay was buried there and then moved around 1960's, do you know who this was?
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