|John Lisle (#47160345)|
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|Robert Cramer||Augusta Landstrom|
Augusta Landstrom was the only photo request I was able to find today. I had to dig to find it. I will go back soon and see if I can find more Landstroms around him when I get a chance.
|JoAnn Barber||RE: Floyd Barber|
I am friends with Lynn Barber and Marilyn Barber, children of Floyd Barber, and grandchildren of James. I have records that Lynn has compiled. I am entering extended family as I run into any, and would be happy to take whatever information you have to give. Please tell me the name of the person you are working with, if you can.
JoAnn Bernice Barber Clupper
|Holt Felmet||Margaret McConnell Davidson|
Margaret McConnell Davidson 6371354 can be linked to John McConnell, Sr., 50665727 - her father. I thought Mary was also moved to Centre Church when the Baker Cemetery was moved as the Lake was flooded in the early 1980's. But, I did not find her inventoried.
I see that you manage most of the Lisle memorials in Union Cemetery. I came across this grave while documenting there (memorial 101828477). It says "SAMUEL son of S & (?) Lisle DIED July 26, 1845". Looks like an infant/child's grave, possibly with an age of 7 years (or 7 months?), but it is pretty illegible. The ground was frozen, so I couldn't dig around the edges. I saw a One World Tree entry for a Samuel Lisle who had this death date and was the son of Samuel Lisle and Elizabeth Weatherington. Could this be the same Samuel, or do you have any other ideas/information?
Added by KatieABK on Dec 06, 2012 7:29 PM
thanks for updating memorials.
as to Ebenezer year of death ? I do not haver- nor at this time can find it.
BUT I do have Oct 11, 744 as year that he and Elizabeth Sears married
|SLeamon||RE: Thank You for Krieger Photo|
Thanks. I actually don't know the Krieger family. I was at the cemetery to find my own family. But two weeks ago someone phographed some for me in Michigan, so I thought I would pay it forward. And oddly, the Kriegers were the first headstones I found, ironically. Happy to help. Regards, Sandi
Added by SLeamon on Jun 04, 2012 7:51 PM
thank you so much for photographing the stones of the tokanels. :) They came out very nice..you take good pics!
|ditdit||RE: Sarah Parker (Allen) Clifford|
Local? no- but I visited there last October. Did Oak Grove and Rural as much as I could with a dog and two other people tagging along who don't do gravestones! The office at Rural is extremely helpful. As to getting photos- well you can always request and wish for the best. I may get down there again someday but Attleboro is next on my list.
Added by ditdit on Mar 19, 2011 5:44 PM
|postitnote||RE: Thank You!|
I didn't see any other Davidsons near HD Davidson in Oakwood Cemetery Annex. The names that are immediately nearby are Sullivan, McGill, Beauchamp, Cardwell, Payton, Grein, Grolich, and Kendrick. If any of these sound familiar within your family, let me know and I'll return to the cemetery.
There is one other Davidson buried in Oakwood Cemetery Annex, James Calvin Davidson, born about 1864, died Jan 19, 1918, but he is buried on the opposite end of the cemetery and it doesn't appear that he has a headstone.
|Betty Saltenberger||A Davidson|
Hi John, I did the transfer of your gggrandmother.
Glad I could help. Happy New Year. Betty
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