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|Jane||Joseph Moppin *82029455|
I added a headstone photo to this memorial and noticed your notation on the memorial that this is the father of Newton Moppin. According to the cemetery records and headstone dates, this is a child who died at the age of 1y, 1m, 9d.
Added by Jane on Nov 02, 2013 3:47 AM
|SixDogTeam||RE: Capt.Claire W.Jackson|
Please provide link
|jgalla||RE: Nettie May Gallager Clidence|
Nettie and marriages:
b. 1867- d. 1935 Toledo, Lucas, OH
1. William Ivan Purdy m. 1886
2. Ulysses Grant Chaney m. 1899
3. James S. Clidence Aft. 1930 census
Never found a marriage record for James and Nettie, but the death record for Nettie states she is/was married to James Clidence.
James was b. 1845 VA d. 1/10/1938 Toledo, Lucas, OH
James' death record states he was a widower.
Both were living on Paxton St., Toledo, at their deaths and death certificates state both buried in Forest Cemetery, Toledo, Lucas, OH.
James was previously married to:
Susan (Susannah) Byrd b. 1846 PA d. 4/21/1929 Toledo, Lucas, OH.
Nettie was living in Toledo in the 1930 census, but not with James.
So if James and Nettie were married it had to be between the 1930 census and 1935 when Nettie died.
Can't be sure they were married without a marriage license.
Added by jgalla on Aug 09, 2013 9:12 PM
|RainbowGal||RE: Charles Marshall Boyer|
You and I share a great great grandfather - Felix Gallimore. A long time ago, I was doing more research on Felix, as my husband, Bob Griffin and I were joining the Society of Indiana Civil War Families. I saw your note about Mabel Clidence. All the time I was growing up, my grandmother - Edith Bower and my great aunt Opal Cox, talked and visited Mabel. I just never pursued the link. I am, obviously, named after Judith Anna Gallimore Boyer. It is so nice to meet another family link. Tell me how we are linked. Was Mabel's maiden name Gallimore or was her mother a Gallimore. I have still more info to share if you have an e-mail.
Best Wishes, Judy G. in Tennessee
PS - Still manage a farm on Opal's home place.
|LRKY||RE: Clyde Erasmus Scott|
No, I don't know the story of how Clyde died, but the next time I visit the Marion Public Library I will make a note to look for any information on him and get back to you.
Added by LRKY on Jun 08, 2013 5:15 PM
|Ruth Adkinson||RE: Wibur Roy Duncan|
I don't know about any Washington Cemetery??...and I don't believe I have a Wilbur Duncan in my genealogy program.... As, I only have added memorials for my husbands family and my family...
Maybe, there is a person that has kept records for the Cemetery you are looking for....Google GenWeb and then go to the state and look for cemeteries in the county you are looking for....or, Google the name of the cemetery, town and state and see what comes up...:)
Happy Hunting...Sincerely, Ruth Adkinson
|Barbara Scott||RE: Owen Scott:|
Hi Ron - I'm not aware of any connection between these two Scott families. Jesse Scott lived in Center Township in Rush County and after his death his wife moved to Richmond with one of her sons.
I have seen references to some Scott "cousins" in PA but have not been able to find the connection. As I'm sure you deal with too, it is a very common name and establishing connections can be difficult!
|Linda Mahan||RE: Owen Scott|
He could very well be buried at Pleasant Run Cemetery. When I entered the memorials on Find a Grave I only had an old transcription to work from and the photos were provided from a fellow genealogy friend. Because there are a lot of bare sections at the cemetery, I'm sure there are many graves that don't have stones anymore or possibly never did. Another option is that he might be buried at the Old Richland Methodist Cemetery. If you feel certain that he is at Pleasant Run, I would suggest that you create a memorial for him there, but add in the note section that there is no record for him. If I can help in any other way, please let me know.
|Gene Wilt||George W.Clidinch|
George W.Clidinch Milledgeville Plymouth Cemetery.
I'm afraid I do not have any information pertaining to George.
Good luck with your search.
Washington Court House
Fayette County, Ohio 43160
|Margaret||RE: George Lewis|
George was the son of John and Mary Day Lewis and nephew of George Lewis, born 1859 and died 1880.
Added by Margaret on May 09, 2013 7:32 PM
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