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|PLEASE, DO NOT SNAG MY PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPHES OR PHOTOGRAPHES I HAVE TAKEN MYSELF OF TOMB STONES AND|
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|Deirdre||RE: Kirchner, Dayton, Ohio|
No, I am not. You're welcome.
Added by Deirdre on Sep 13, 2014 10:31 PM
|Sally Crawford Cochran||RE: Nancy Morrow, Owingsville Cemetery|
I have quite a bit actually. Nancy T Crawford married James Morrow on 20 Dec 1821 in Montgomery Co, and in a deed written in 1828 by John A Crawford, he gave part of his land to his daughter, Nancy, widow of James Morrow. When JA Crawford gifted Mt Sterling and Montgomery Co with the land to build the courthouse square under the condition that the property on which his daughter, Nancy Morrow lived would be tax free. Nancy can be found in the 1850 census record with one of her daughters, Mary C Morrow, in the household of JA Crawford.
|granscrap||Samuel and James Graham|
I agree that the records should be as accurate as possible so thanks for asking for more proof. The Grahams are part of my husband's family line. My research shows that James' mother's name was Morrison and he was the first born son. However, I have no census or hard document proof other than family trees from Ancestry.com at this time to answer your questions. Therefore, I withdraw my editing requests and will resubmit once I find more from further research.
|TheDonL||RE: Walter Terry Hoskins, Jr|
You are correct! I am sorry for overlooking the suffix,
Added by TheDonL on Aug 27, 2014 7:11 AM
|GREGG SPURLOCK||RE: Robet Spurlock|
My Dad was Robert Newton Spurlock(RIP)Apr-28-1928-Dec-24-2001-Yes I knew Mildred(RIP)was married to my Dad(RIP)years ago.
|Suzanne||Eliza Jane Dover|
I found her name as Eliza J. Dover on the Missouri Marriage Records 1805-2002 on Ancestry.com. They were married 5 May 1863 in Chariton County. I also find a Eliza J. Dover on the 1850 census in Jackson County, Missouri living with her parents A.C.& Margaret Dover. She has a sister Mary listed there also. On the 1860 census for Linn County there is listed a Jane Dover that is living with her sister Mary & brother-in-law Mich Austin and her mother listed as Mrs. Dover. I am still attempting to prove that her parents are Abraham C. & Margaret Dover.
I agree &do not want to add info unless I can source it accurately. Thanks for you additions on Find-A-Grave.
Added by Suzanne on Aug 17, 2014 6:03 AM
|Eileen Shelton||RE: Fred and Virgil Staton|
You are welcome. I am always happy to link and I do like to keep my memorials that I work so hard to make accurate.
|sueanne staton||RE: fred/clara staton|
I didn't get any photos.
Information about Christine Staton Manning
married Francis 'fritz'Manning
He is buried near grandpa Fred and grandma Clara at woodside cemetery in Middletown
Her Chilldren were Tami Manning Laursen husband Paul. Last address I had was sayvile ny
Jay Manning no clue if he married or not,clery?
Pamela don't have anything on her but she was a teacher and her husband was in the Air Force.Both Tami and Jay are 67? 64>? Pamela is about 60
Fritz and Christine lived in a suburb of Cleveland probably all of the 50's and 60's to the best of my knowledge, we went up there at least twice a year.
|sueanne staton||RE: fred/clara staton|
Thank you, for years after we located Dorothy marie's marker we always wanted to do something and I linked her to fred and clara so now everyone knows she belonged to someone and they loved her dearly. My father Robert talked fondly of his two younger sisters. I am still having trouble locating Christine as she separated herself from her family and died alone in New York state. Her married name was Manning. She had three children, so I am still researching all of it. Any photo would be so cool. Dad said I looked a little like her when I was younger.
Thank you again
|Ron Stewart||RE: Millicent A Carmichael|
I contacted the other contributor and asked her to changed her mothers maiden name from West to Waggoner.
Are you aware that your memorial for Millie is a duplicate of one created earlier? Check in the same cemetery.
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