|R. Boulware (#46895346)|
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I used to write a lot in this space, but today, it doesn't really matter to me that much. Basically, I've spent many hours wandering through graveyards, I've added a few names, I've taken a few pictures and they've been posted up here on Findagrave. If someone finds what I've done helpful, great, if not, that's ok too, since I did it for those whose names I've added and maybe, somehow, I got something out of it too. |
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|Bernard Johnson||RE: John & Delia Sinnott|
I saw that. I was hoping you'd get them, but she was awfully quick, and did do a good job. Well, you saved on gas I suppose. Thanks again for everything.
|Bernard Johnson||John & Delia Sinnott|
I am so sorry to waste your time because I know you were just at the cemetery-but now I have other family members who are adjacent to the Weber mausoleum. I have put in a photo request and the next chance you have to stop over, I would sure appreciate photos of the graves of John Sinnott Sr. & Jr. and Delia Ela Sinnott and daughter Delia Elizabeth. You have created memorials for them already so it is just a matter of getting photos, and then I will give you other information to add to the memorials. Thank you very much!
|Bernard Johnson||Sinnott Weber|
Thanks for going over. They turned out nice for through a window. Looks like there must be 8 crypts in there. Now I will get some memorials going for the Sinnott family members buried down this way and connect everyone. Thanks so much for your help.
Did you ever make it over to get further photos inside the mausoleum?
Primarily would like Charles Weber III (1987) and May Sinnott Weber. Many thanks.
If I was to ask for photos of some of the other crypts in there, are they viewable and are you able to do it?
Hello. I was wondering about the Weber mausoleum at San Joaquin Catholic Cemetery. Could you tell me how many crypts are in there? Could I ask why some crypts are photographed and some are not. Would you be able to take other family members that you have a memorial for but no photo? Thank you.
|Debra Bowers ||RE: Boston, Berry|
Yes, he was a dentist in Roseville and my grandfathers cousin. I will go check the museum and see what they have. Thank you so very much. Blessings
|Debra Bowers ||Boston, Berry|
Just interested in where you found a picture of Berry Boston. I am trying to reach the family. He is a cousin of my grandfather Ed Matteson. thank you
|Angus55||RE: Sarah Althea Hill|
I have a copy of the 1850 Census for Cape Girardeau, MO, as of June 1, 1850; family 101 lists:
(1) Samuel A. Hill, age 30, lawyer, home value $2,500, born MO
(2) Julia Hill, age 20, born MO
(3) Sloan (sic - should be Hiram) Hill, age 3, born MO
(3)Saly (sic - should be Sarah) Hill, age 4/12, born MO
(4) George F. Taucher, age 35, no occupation, born Germany
Sloan Hill is Hiram Morgan Hill; Hiram being the name of his grandfather Hiram Sloan. I suspect the census taker knew he was named for his grandfather and wrote "Sloan" instead of "Hiram".
"Salie", more accurately "Sallie" was a nickname for "Sarah Althea". Incidentally, about 1856 she began calling herself "Allie", based on her middle name. Also incidentally, her brother, Hiram Morgan Hill, went by his middle name; the town of Morgan Hill, CA is named for him. Hiram Morgan Hill was named for his grandfathers Hiram Sloan and Morgan Hill; Sarah Althea Hill was named for her grandmothers, Sarah Sloan and Althea Hill. Is there a way I can get a copy of the 1850 census to you?
Added by Angus55 on Apr 27, 2014 8:53 AM
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