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Ronald Sbertoli (#47617208)
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Bio Photo My wife and I started in "Genealogy" because of her Grandfather -- Rev. Frank Judson Gilroy. He had written 2 books on the subject from his prospective as a Baptist Minister within Vermilion county Illinois for 70 years.

We have since added over 1300 names to our "Family Tree" by going to them or locating them through the Internet. One of the main helps was finding this organization and are now working to help others discover their "Relatives" through it.
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Suz Lew
Lucretia Ponder Hurst
At the moment her mother's burial is unknown. I think she would be buried in Kentucky some where. There is a KY death record showing 5 April 1912 in Garrard County, KY and her husband married a year after that in Garrard County. But most of these Allen people are buried in family plots so she might even be in Rockcastle County.

I've only been searching for Lucretia and Jesse for 10-15 years ...

Did you see? I've already got 8 of the 10 children hooked up to them. Not too shabby and one of the missing is still alive so I can't hook them up. Huh? # 9 is still pending. WOO HOO!

Thank you again for finding them.
Suz Lew
Added by Suz Lew on Feb 11, 2016 6:58 PM
Suz Lew
Jesse Hurst and Lucretia Ponder
I want to thank you for creating their memorials. I've looked for a long time. I've sent out all the links for their ten children. Well most of their ten.

Thank you again.
Suz Lew
Added by Suz Lew on Feb 11, 2016 1:50 PM
Andrew Likins
Thanks for the photo.
Added by Andrew Likins on Jan 31, 2016 9:17 PM
My cousin and I felt that Larkin deserved a plaque after giving his life in the Civil War. He is actually buried somewhere around or in Nashville, Tenessee according to his military records. After proving that I am his fourth great granddaughter I was able to apply for the plaque and have it mounted where I wanted it. I asked the sexton if we could place it with his wife and son in this cemetery.
Added by MMartin52 on Jan 08, 2016 12:27 PM
Ann Tomica
RE: Dickson Family
I am sure they belong to this Dickson family. Have you checked to see if they have memorial pages on here? Many thanks, Ann
Added by Ann Tomica on May 28, 2012 9:00 AM
G M Rice
David Dickson
Hi Ronald,

Thanks for posting a photo of David Dickson's gravestone. In the 1860 census, one of my great grandfather's half brothers (Albro Wilson) was living with David Dickson and his family. Albro's parents both died while he was very young. Albro's Mother, Mary J. Wilson, is buried in the Lebanon Cemetery. I have not found his father, William or Albro. Since David Dickson is part of our family "mystery" I thought it would be nice to have a photo posted for him.

Thanks again!
Added by G M Rice on Oct 05, 2011 9:17 PM

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