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RE: Elizabeth Blount, Tailboys, Clinton
To find the information for merging memorials, go to Frequently Ask Questions under the Contributors Tool on the upper left, between Logged in as and Log Out. Scroll down to Searching for Information. It's the last item in that section.

Did you look at the memorial for her son, Gilbert? He was, shall we say, a protegee of Cardinal Wolsey. When Henry VIII's mistress, Elizabeth "Bessie" Blount reported that she was pregnant with Henry's child, Wolsey had her taken away from court for most of her time before the birth. When she delivered a son, the people started to say, "Blessie Bessie Blount". Henry had many sons but this was the first one that looked like he might survive. Henry named him Henry Fitzroy, a play on words. "Fitz" is a prefix for "From" or "Son of" in Scotland. "Roy" means "The King" So, his surname, literally, means, "Son of the King"

Wolsey had his protegee marry Bessie to give her a decent marriage. He had Henry VIII create Gilbert, the 1st Baron Tailboys. All three of Gilbert's children by Bessie were married but none produced offspring. The title went from his first son, to his second son and finally to his daughter, Elizabeth. When she died, her husband tried to assume the title but since he had no children by her, the title died with her.

Thought you might find this of some interest.
Added by qashqai on Oct 13, 2016 4:44 AM
Bernard Brink Photo request
I just fulfilled your photo request for Bernard Brink 1853-1917 in St. Mary's Cemetery in Ft.Mitchell, KY. Also in the same lot right next to him was Anna Brink 1857-1920 and Mollie Brink 1882-1963. Anna had a memorial so I added her photo to it. Mollie did not have a memorial created, so if you create one for her I will add her photo to it. Let me know, Sue
Added by SFlischel on Sep 29, 2016 1:47 PM
Rich Kreiss
RE: Peeled Oak Church Cem in Bath Co Ky
I couldn't find John but I did find Lillie. She died in Montgomery County of pulmonary tuberculosis and was buried in Union Cemetery. John signed her dc and indicated his address was Mt. Sterling, KY. I don't know if Union Cemetery is in Montgomery county or not. Btw, it appears her maiden name was Shropsher.

Added by Rich Kreiss on Sep 15, 2016 5:21 PM
Sarah Bitter
RE: Mary Schomer
Hi Patty
I am not positive of the cemetery for Mary Jane. BUT The Waltz and Lambert Families are all buried there. With heartbreak I have visited this cemetery there in NOTHING Much left there. Vandals have destroyed the cemetery and all most every stone. It makes me sick to go there.
In the 1870 Census she is living next to my Sylvester Lambert and family (her sister)
Have you visited the website by the Latter Day Saints. This is a free site and very useful for those looking for ancestors who lived in Ohio. You will need to register but that is OK it is FREE. If you don't register you can not see the really good stuff. Like the actual certificates of death from 1908 to 1952, Or the records of marriage. There is so much to see there.
Now there are a few tricks when searching there.
First I do a Search using only the surname and the county they lived in (using NO DATES) if there are to many then I do a search using the first name surname and put in the date of birth.
I continue to add more information each search. I have found if I give them to much search it gets all confused.
I have my tree on
Added by Sarah Bitter on Sep 02, 2016 8:10 PM
Sarah Bitter
Benjamin and Margaret 'Dunlap' Waltz
Hello Cousin
I am sorry but I am not ready to give up my 3rd Great Grandparents yet.
If you have any information you may like to add to their memorials I will be happy to do this for you.

I descend
3rd Great Grandparents: Benjamin & Margaret
2 Great Grandparents: Susan Waltz & Sylvester Hill Lambert
Great Grandparents: Elizabeth Lambert & George Henry Loebrich
Grandparents: Philip Sylvester Loebrich & Gertrude Bihlmaier
Parents: George C Loebrich & Eva M Blue
Me: Sarah Loebrich Bitter

I have worked on this line most of my life finding each of them over the years. I started my search at the age of 11 this has been a life long search of 53 years.
I will gladly share what I have.
Added by Sarah Bitter on Sep 01, 2016 7:54 PM
Bradleys in Camp Point, Ill
Patty, I am declining the transfer requests as they are not direct descendants and I am not required to do so. I do find also when I do make transfers nothing is added or subtracted. Transfers according to Find A Grave guidelines are only for extensive additions to the site. You are welcome to use the edit and make any addition you wish. I do honor all edits if accurate. Sometimes it takes awhile though if I am not in town.
Added by KEFleming on Aug 25, 2016 9:15 PM
Brenda Goldy
RE: Doctor Surency Porter
Hi Patty,

I can't remember if there were unreadable stones there. It is a really small cemetery. If there were any additional Porters there I know I would have posted them as I am Mary Dillon Porter's 1st cousin 5x removed.


Added by Brenda Goldy on Jun 17, 2016 10:42 PM
Debbie J
RE: Sarah Belle{Bradley]Faul
Sarah B Faul Mother Dec 25, 1863 June 13, 1921
Jacob L Faul Father Nov 16, 1860 Dec 28, 1945
Bessie G Faul Daughter Sept 30, 1886 Aug 25, 1912
Buried in Sec 2 Maple Grove Cemetery Bracken Co, KY
Added by Debbie J on May 19, 2016 5:06 PM
Judy Westman
Britt marker
Unfortunately, there is no marker for Mr Britt in the section. Plot #2 is grassy and unmarked. CA-CSR has a north section for graves in the 1910-1920 range. There is a south section for graves in the 1920-1930 range. Sorry to not be able to give you a specific photo!
Added by Judy Westman on Apr 16, 2016 7:33 AM
A. Ruble
Although the cemetery has over 90 people buried in that lot, there are only 2 stones that I can find, and they are shown with the picture. The lot, from what I can see, covers some area just in front and just behind those 2 stones.
Added by Crashlan on Apr 01, 2016 6:21 PM
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