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Hello All! I am currently doing research on the Mitchell family that arrived in Indiana in 1816, Scott Co. I live in California so this site and all the members that have participated have been wonderful! I could not have found this much information without this group.THANKS!|
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After doing some more research, I finally figured out that the widow and surviving children were recorded in the 1870 census with a totally different--and wrong--surname. I also figured out that one of children who died was named John, probably Jr. He was in the 1860 census but not in 1870. I guess the other child was born just after 1860. They did have another son, Nicholas, before John died.
Thanks for responding and for adding the memorial.
Added by SDM on Apr 11, 2015 6:58 AM
|Sharon Palmer||Sylvester Stites|
I can't Thank You enough for transferring Sylvester Stites and Letha Wingfield to me. Sharon
|Sharon Palmer||Letha Wingfield|
I want to thank you for transferring Letha Wingfield's memorial to me. Letha is my 2nd great grandmother.Sharon
|Michael Wright||Celia (Reed) Cox|
I am a descendant of Celia (Reed)Cox who is buried in the Riverview Cemetery in Seymour, Jackson County, Indiana. I saw your name on the Find-A-Grave website, and I'm hoping you might have additional information on her.
She was born December 13, 1826, and died September 24, 1902. Her husband, Isaac Cox, died in 1858--44 years prior--but I don't know if she remarried. One of their daughters--Alwilda B. Cox--is my great grandmother. Thanks.
Phone: (540) 428-7013
|Gaye Hill||Beulah Corman|
I want to thank you so much for the article you sent concerning this child's passing.
The 1907 newspapers are missing in Jackson County, so no obituary or such was available.
I appreciate VERY MUCH your willingness to share this information and to see it posted to her memorial.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving.
|Best||Matilda and Addison M Cole|
Would you be willing to transfer these graves to me. Matilda was my Great Great Great Grand Aunt. I am afraid someone has put another site for her at the wrong cemetery on Findagrave. I would like to connect her with her parents and all her siblings. They are Memorials 91988139 & 91988129.
Thank you for your time.
Added by Best on Oct 22, 2014 5:04 PM
|LoyalDipity||Catherine Mitchell -Austin indiana|
I was in the area and attempted a search if the area many of the headstones from that time frame are not legible. I walked the rows and did not find a match. But I did find two Mitchell's from that time frame. William and Eliza- II took pictures just in case. Let me know if you need them.
|GrammaL||John Franklin Ross|
So sorry. My email is corandsmom@gmail if you need to contact me. So, you don't think he is buried there according to the volunteer's research I sent you? Hum? I guess the "hunt" continues.
Thanks, Allison for all your work!
Added by GrammaL on Aug 05, 2014 3:27 PM
|Tammy Cooper||Jennie Wagoner|
Would you mind deleting your Find A Grave# 102461050? Is it a duplicate of Find A Grave#71369965. The second number ties her into her husband and I am going to locate her second husband and tie them together also...thank you!! Her first husband is in our family cemetery..
|dbasile||Evalyn/Ivaline Hine memorial|
Evelyn (Butterfield) Hine was my 3rd g-aunt (wife of Simon Hine, my 3rd g-uncle). The Hine family from Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania is one of my mother's paternal lines. I've been linking other members of the Hine family in Findagrave and just came across the memorial you created for her and her husband Simon Hine. If you don't mind digging out your reference material, I have a couple of questions about the memorial and reference to a second husband, John Hunter.
Does the information you cite as a reference show a marriage date for her and John Hunter? They must have married after 1900 as she is listed as Hine in the 1900 census where she is living with her grandson Ralph Toggleson. There definitely was a John Hunter from New Jersey who served in the Civil War, but I can't find him in the Missouri census (doesn't mean he wasn't there, of course--the census misplaces, mis-spells, leaves folks out, etc.).
Also, is there a headstone for her gravesite? I've never seen her name listed as Ivaline H. and am wondering if maybe this Ivaline is married to another Simon Hine? There were several Simon Hines in the line who were in and out of Missouri.
Any info you can provide about this mystery would be greatly appreciated--thanks so much,
Find A Grave #47782402
Added by dbasile on Apr 30, 2014 11:47 AM
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