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|sjmohr||John T. Miller Headstone|
There is a photo of a headstone in Agency Cemetery, Wapello Co, Iowa of John T. Miller, b. 1816 PA; died 1891. He is on same stone as Sarah E. Miller, b. 1826 Ohio; died in 1962.
Iowagravestones.org is the website address. Hope this is the John Miller you are looking for!
Added by sjmohr on Nov 29, 2013 9:06 AM
|Jim Smith||Julia Kilpatrick (Sprague)|
Thank you so much for the picture of Julia's head stone. The insciption clears up what we were hoping for. She is the correct one.
I appreciate the hard work you are doing.
Thanks so much for taking the time to locate and photograph this marker. I really appreciate it!
Added by mcphail on Sep 04, 2013 1:14 PM
I descend from Samuel David Angus and his wife, Florence Edna Attikinson (I often misspell her name if not right in front of me), both buried in Lynnwwod Cemetery in Linville, Giles County, TN. Their son, Leslie T. F. Angus who changed his name to Leslie T. F. English was my mom's (Daisy Virginia) dad. He is buried in Tullahoma, Coffee County, TN with three daughters in the same cemetery and my grandmother. My grandparents lived in Garden Grove, CA Orange County for many years.
Nice to meet you,
Barbara Smith Dunn
also daughter to Cecil Smith
buried in Pleasant View Baptist Cemetery
Cannon County, TN
|Richard Broughton||RE: Parton|
You are very welcome. I am glad I could help.
Thanks for the Haynie pics. It is greatly appreciated.
You're welcome. Laysville is a very well kept cemetery and very cared for cemetery. Some older headstones that have broken are put back up and braced with a metal bar to keep them upright.
Thanks for the reciprocal offer tho most of my relatives hail from Ireland and didn't venture farther west than kentucky. pat
Added by Pat on Jun 18, 2013 5:02 AM
|Jan Fenter||RE: Robert Hammond|
Family history has my CAMPBELL family from Scotland, coming here before the Revolutionary War, settling in Pennsylvania. From there to the Carolinas, then through Tennessee to Missouri, mostly counties of Crawford, Pulaski, Laclede in the 1830's-1850's, but entered Missouri in about 1818, where James CAMPBELL & Ruth ANDERSON married (haven't found marriage evidence yet). James died in Pulaski County 1836. Ruth is in Wright County, Mo. in the 1850 Census. 1860 Census family is in Nemaha County, Kansas. Family was later in Jackson County, Kansas, where Ruth died in 1877. A child of James and Ruth CAMPBELL, Allen Green CAMPBELL, was famous in the mining industry, in several western states and died in California 1902. My great grandfather, John Henry CAMPBELL, born 1832 in Pulaski Co., MO., and died 1894 in Nemaha County, Kansas, Married Sarah V. Williams in Kansas in 1861.
|Nathan Haines||RE: Marjorie Davis|
You're welcome. Glad I could help.
Don't think I have any relates to Wichita. My Great Grandfather Nathan Haines died in 1886 and is buried in Cloud Co., KS but that is quite a ways from you and I already have pics of his grave. Most of the connections to KS cousins are around Cloud and Mitchell Co.
Nathan Haines in Portland, OR
|Carol Lowery||Wallace Wrenn|
Could you please link Wallace Wrenn with his parents father is 66909688 William Walter Wrenn and mother Birdie Dunn Wrenn 66909752..
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