|Anne Rupert (#21366448)|
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Born Annabelle Mary Henderson w/o Jesse Rupert (Columbiana County) and d/o John Cassell Henderson born Newport, Kentucky and Mary Beaton Jenkins born Glasgow, Scotland. Jesse Rupert is s/o J Vernon Rupert born Columbiana Co, Ohio and Mary Paden. |
Only paternal roots in America, I follow a path to Fairfax Co Virginia (grandmother's name Pritchartt).
Some interesting facts discovered about my family:
Henderson, Nevada named after my group.
The Hendersons still operate the oldest family owned Drug Store in America to date called "Henderson's Drug Store" founded 1841 by Osborne Henderson in Glasgow, Howard Co Missouri. The oldest Henderson in my group, lived to be 104, Dr. Joseph Lewis Henderson as did his sister.
I have no biological connection to Ohio and
will transfer any memorial in Columbiana/Mahoning Co Ohio to persons with interest.
I check and work on this daily, update edits and will respond to email/corrections, etc promptly. Please note as I have posted many memorials from the cemetery index volumes, Audrey Allison has brought them to life by walking the cemeteries, photographing and posting headstones to thousands of the memorials. It is a joint effort by many.
To all who so righteously remind us the primary purpose of Find a Grave is "GRAVE REGISTRATION", and then "boringly" recite in your bio the FAG rules... yes we get it! To the group I work with, (look at my friend's list) it is a mere "starting point" as we all work together, share, and seek to know more about the folks, what they looked like and where they lived as we "register their graves". All of us will go to great lengths to find out more!. .. to sum this up they are "NOT JUST A NAME ON THE A STONE"!
GREATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT THIS YEAR - Placed a military marker on an unmarked grave... After a long search for military records for a great uncle who was a Conf Soldier, I finally secured them and had a military headstone placed on his grave after 114 years in an unmarked grave!! He was Pvt John Norvell Caskie. Thanks to Angela Smythe who had an interest in the Caskie family and provided a copy of military record that made this all possible.
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|GeekyGraveGirl||RE: Laura A. Wonsetler mystery|
And thank you and your team of sleuths!
|Margaret Sopp||RE: Clark Sprinkle & Elizabeth Sprinkle Lower|
Clark's son Clark K. had a son named Clark J. When Clark K. passed away, Clark J. was living in Summerville, S.C.
|Janice Budd Fentress||John Thomas|
While I was at the cemetery today, I tried to locate John Thomas. The office did not have records under that name. Is there any other information available?
|Historic Congressional Cemetery Archivist||Congressional Cemetery|
Let me know if we have any more of your "leaves" will be happy to transfer! Have a great weekend...
|Richard Culler||Mayer/Culler family|
Thanks Anne!!! for the transfer's!!! I been going through all of my Culler files, and started on find-a-grave, to update them. The updates I sent you, and will be sending you are all connected to the Culler family.
Take Care, Richard
|Dawn||Major Caskie 110123276|
Thank you for the Galveston Daily News obituary on him. The addition to his bio took him from ordinary to extraordinary! I am now curious about his illustrations in Texas Siftings and any other publication. Hopefully others will be as well.
Added by Dawn on Jan 10, 2014 5:29 AM
|Richard Culler||Lehman Family|
I had the old Lehman family photo album from the 1800's. There was a Dr. Charles Lehman, who lived in Kansas that was working on the Lehman family, so I gave it to him. He died of cancer shortly after that. I found out he never had any children to hand this album to, so who knows what happen to it. All of the photo's in it were identified. It belonged to Jonas & Rebecca (Lehman) Cullar. It was given to me by their granddaughter.
|Rick Bushong||Stone photos in the Columbiana Cemetery|
Thank you so much for all the stone photos you took in the Columbiana Cemetery. And thanks for looking for those that are now missing - at least we now know where they are buried.
It's such important work capturing the images of those tombstones. They are obviously fading away.
|Pat Ellingson||Anna Needham|
Here is what I have listed under John Lockard's memorial. (John & his wife are buried in the same plot with Anna Needham.)
"In 1880 he (John Lockard) is married (1871),35, and living in Clinton twp, Lawrence Co,PA working as a miner with his wife, Mary and a "daughter" Annie who is born 1869, (and on her death record, she says that her father is John Groves, a neighbor in 1880 who is actually her grandfather) so she is John's step-daughter."
I would imagine Anna was illegitimate and that's why she took her grandfather's name and then later her step-father's.
|Pat Ellingson||anna needham|
Anna's mother was married to John Lockard who had no children of his own. Apparently Anna considered herself his daughter and took his name.
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