|Sandra Myers- Jones (#46537880)|
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|Ronald Welch||Best / Poole|
Thank you Sandra for transferring Elizabeth Jane Best and William Henry Poole to me. I have made the family connection. Regards, Ron Welch
|florida boy 64||Duffy Daugherty|
Sandra since you are from Michigan. Today is Legendary Michigan State football coach Duffy Daugherty's 24817256 Birthday please leave him a flower and thank you
|Pat Allan||RE: Rathwells @ Millbrook|
Finally got back out there to take photo of grave of my daughter-in-law's great-grandfather! (very close, plot 18) I sent you message & posted under stone's photo, but better spot to add information is in actual burial record - click on 'Add Plot'.
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|Pat Allan||Rathwells @ Millbrook|
all 4 Rathwells are in plot 16
|Debra DeForest||Pierce Walton|
Obituary from the Junction City Daily Union dated 23 Oct 1917: Pierce Walton, a veteran of the Civil War, died at his home early Sunday morning. Mr. Walton was born in Lafayette (Allen County), Ohio, in 1840, and in his early boyhood moved to Iowa, where he was united in marriage to Mrs. Louisa C[lementine] [(Ramsey)] Holland in the year 1866. From there he moved to Kansas in 1877. He had lived in Geary County as a farmer until about 14 years ago when he moved to this city, where he resided until his death on Oct. 21, 1917. His wife, seven children and two step-children survive him. They are: Henry, Ensign, Kans; William, Neosho Falls, Kans; Effie Haney, Elkhart, Kans.; Covia Tibbitts, Salina, Kans.; Ida A. Fritz, James J. and Fred, of Junction City, Kans.; James Holland, Ensign, Kansas., and Addie Fisher of Paola, Kans. All the children are here for the funeral.
I have a copy of Pierce's Declaration for Pension, which states he was born 10 Dec. 1840, Allen County, Ohio, so this differs a little from the tombstone date.
I also have a copy of James Holland's Civil War pension file. He was Louisa Clementine Ramsey's first husband, who died during the Civil War and is buried at Port Hudson, Louisiana. Two children survived the marriage of James Holland and Louisa Clementine (Ramsey) Holland Walton: Mary Adeline (Holland) Wells Fisher, who is buried in the Paola Cemetery, Paola, Kansas, and James Eli Francis Holland, who is buried in the Johnson Cemetery, Ensign, Kansas.
I was not aware of an infant death in Iowa, so please forward any information you have on that little one to me at: DebraDeForest@comcast.net. James and Louisa Holland were my step-dad's great-grandparents. Thank you.
|Daphane Hoover||Pierce Walton|
Greetings: I am putting in Walton-Holland-Ramsey and wondered if you are from these lines. I am related to Walton and Ramsey...I also live next to the cemetery near Troy Mills-Quasqueton cemetery where their child is buried. Not Walton but a Holland..Also where John B. Walton's are buried...the weather is not good and I did not get all the pictures taken I want. I am going to add my information and I can delete it ..I also have differednt date for Pierce so I am probably wrong as you would ahve stone. Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving..we did..crops are all out..
|(inactive)||Pvt Noah J Shisler|
You're welcome. I noticed his head stone said he was from Ohio but his memorial said he was born in Virginia.
|(inactive)||Pvt Noah J Shisler|
I added a picture http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=34550729
|Bev. S.||RE: Priest family|
Sandra, Do you have any info on a William Tucker who married and devorced Mary Jane Bryan? They had a daughter Elvina C. Tucker b Aug 25 1898 in German twp. Allen co. Ohio. Elvina is the great aunt of my children. Thanks Bev.S.
Added by Bev. S. on Jul 25, 2010 1:26 PM
|Bev. S.||Nancy R. Snider Priest|
Nancy's parents are John and Lida Snider, her twin brother is my greatgrandfather. Do you have any more info or pictures that you would share? Thanks Bev.S.
Added by Bev. S. on Jul 23, 2010 3:56 PM
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