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Shawn (#46550807)
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Related to most of the persons I've posted. Either directly or indirectly. Also have done entire cemetery posting for small cemeteries my family members are buried.
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RE: Eastland Shipping Disaster
Wow that is quite a find! It was such terrible disaster.
Added by GenealogyBuff on Jul 08, 2015 5:26 PM
Beverly Dunn
RE: Bainbridge W. Dunn
Thank you Shawn. I also do not believe Bainbridge to be the grandson of Absolom Clarkson Dunn. Bainbridge is my 2nd great grand uncle. His mother, Phoebe, is my 3rd great grandmother. I have exhaused all resources to never find her maiden name or husband. She is buried with Henry Dunn and Dorothy Prickett. No one in our family is buried in the same cemetery as Absolom Clarkson Dunn.
Thank you for your consideration, Bev Dunn, Cincinnati, OH
Added by Beverly Dunn on Jul 02, 2015 9:18 AM
Beverly Dunn
Bainbridge W. Dunn
Hi Shawn, I have been researching the Dunn's from Brown County, OH since 1993. I am very curious as to where you found the mother for Bainbridge W. Dunn to be Phoebe Osburn? I have never found Clarkson Dunn to have a son William, who you say is the father for Bainbridge. Can you please tell me where you found this information. From the 1830 thru 1880 Census Phoebe is either head of household or shown to be widowed. She is my 3rd great grandmother.
Thank you for your consideration,
Bev Dunn
Cincinnati, OH
Added by Beverly Dunn on Jun 30, 2015 5:59 PM
RE: Nettie Belle Waller Brayton Cruse
Mrs N B Brayton was married 5/7/1893 in Bates Co., Missouri to T.A. Cruse

This was George Albert Brayton first wife.
Added by Brzick on May 29, 2015 6:55 AM
RE: Nettie Belle Waller Brayton Cruse
I sure Nettie Belle Waller must have been divorced from george and married Cruse. My Brayton's go way back to Mary Brayton Devore. IJust trying to figure out the family with Iowa connections.

Added by Brzick on May 28, 2015 2:43 PM
Mona Anderson
RE: Bailey/Rutherford stones
Wayne is on my list of "to do" cemeteries but not for awhile. Just make the requests (even though you have photos) and when I get to it, you'll get a reply. I'm working on doing all the cemeteries in Mifflin County if I live that long!
Added by Mona Anderson on May 24, 2015 5:30 AM
Agnes Davis @ StL Calvary
I posted a picture for you for Agnes, She wanted to be found.

Added by Kathie on May 14, 2015 7:04 PM
Regarding photo request in Calvary cemetery located in Lakewood WA
Office staff are quoting to photo request volunteers that they will be charging them to give locations of burials. As this cemetery was fully photo documented two years ago, chances are that your request cannot be fulfilled due to: A) Illegible temporary maker or a buried marker and B) No marker at all. If you wish your request to be honored, you will have to contact the office and inquire as to location.
Added by Taweret on May 03, 2015 7:50 AM
Kent Valentine
Lucinda Bishop
Thank you for attempting to find Lucinda's marker!
Added by Kent Valentine on Apr 16, 2015 2:33 PM
B.J. Waters
RE: Robert L. Hess
Wow, I just looked at that one. I don't know how you ever found it. Isn't that sad? The condition of so many of our older headstones is really a shame. The deepest one I ever located (with help from the groundskeepers) was about 10 inches below the surface. The stone was from the 1930's and was in perfect condition. When we peeled off a layer of clay, the clay contained an exact imprint of the inscription on the stone! The clay must have preserved it. It was a red granite stone, and those usually don't stand the test of time, especially the very speckled ones, which become hard to read rather quickly.

Thanks for sharing that with me.

Added by B.J. Waters on Apr 10, 2015 5:34 PM
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