|Todd Whitesides (#47553735)|
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A native of Louisville, Kentucky, I've lived since 1998 in the Licking Riverside Historic District of Covington, directly across the Ohio River from Cincinnati. For the past couple of years my primary focus has been preserving the Grabinschriften of the German immigrants who settled in such large numbers throughout the Ohio River Valley. My favorite German connection is through my 9th-great-grandmother Marthe, Madame de Rocoulle (c.1655-1741), who was a Hofdame at the Berlin court of Friedrich Wilhelm von Preußen (1688-1740) and Sophia Dorothea von Hannover (1687-1757) and was the governess of their son Friedrich der Große (1712-1786).|
One of my favorite finds has been locating the grave site in Norfolk, Virginia of my fourth-great-grandmother Sarah Ann Timberlake Woodfin (1809-1855), who was herself a fourth-great-granddaughter of Thomas Symes (c.1621-1670) and Amy Bridges Symes (c.1624-1662), who were buried in the chancel of Saint Michael's Church at Winterbourne, in Gloucestershire, England.
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|Jenny E.||Joseph Conklin photo request|
I visited Sect 47 Lot 26 at Spring Grove. I was unable to locate a marker for Joseph Conklin there. I did photograph the other markers there but found that most have already been added to their memorials. I believe that I did get a clearer picture of the north side of the Conklin monument that has inscriptions for Eliza Jane and Harriet Conklin on it. I can add that picture to their mems, if you'd like. I also photographed the Spears family that is also on this lot. I can add those pics also.
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Added by Jenny E. on Sep 16, 2014 3:48 AM
|Dustin Clark||RE: John Hill Cemetery|
John W Clark died 1870-1937
|Dustin Clark||John Hill Cemetery|
Hello! My name is Dustin. I seen that you contributed a photo of the above cemetery and thought to ask a favor. I am originally from the newport area but no longer live in the area. I have been doing genealogy research for some time now and have run across a family member who is said (via death certificate) to be buried there but have had no luck in locating any proof that he is there. If it is not too much trouble, next time you may be that way, could you take a peek for me?
|D. Delzell||Tjomas Foster 1528-1589|
Is his spouse Margery Hopkins?
Have a nice day,
|Debbie J||RE: Eli Rusk|
The Eli Rusk buried in Lot 41 with Eliza Rusk and Eastons per cemetery ledger book died 16 Dec 1881.
Added by Debbie J on Sep 12, 2014 3:08 PM
|A Family Who Loves Genealogy||Thanks a bunch Todd...|
YOU are the BEST!!! I am so glad you are involved here...DO love it! Cheery hello sent your way! Do hope all is well up your way! I agree...the German spelling is much more original.
|Rhonda Cole||CARL G COLE|
HI, THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR TRANSFERING THIS MEMORIAL TO ME. HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY.
|Debbie J||Mays Lick Cemetery|
Do you know if Mays Lick Cemetery is listed in the Mason Co Cemetery book in Covington library? I don't remember..
Added by Debbie J on Sep 08, 2014 7:21 PM
|Debbie J||RE: John B. Casey|
Yes, another blessing of your memorials in Sec 2.
Added by Debbie J on Sep 08, 2014 7:04 PM
|Anonymous||RE: Margery Whalesborough Molyns|
Thank you so very much! There has been much discussion of her identity on SGM, and it seems CP also believed she was a Whalesborough:
CP IX:41, note n:
"She (Margery) was probably a Whalesborough. . .
She held Pengelly in St. Neot's, Cornwall."
CP IX:41, note p, referring to the brass:
"Brss, with figures of himself. . .and his wife, with the inscription: HIC JACENT WILLELMVS MOLYNS MILES QVI OBIJT VIIJ DIE MENSIS JVNII ANNO DOMINI M CCCCXXV ET DOMINA MARGERIA VXOR VS. . . .Arms: (i) Three piles wavy conjoined at base (i.e. Mauduit used by Moleyns); (ii) Moleyns (Mauduit) impaling 3 bends within a bordure with roundels (Whalesborough)."
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