|Julie H. Lake (#48041053)|
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|Jan Franco||RE: Requesting Permission|
You may use any of my photos with attribution.
|sue sullivan||Daniel Maxon|
are Hurley and old Hurley the same--his wife is listed in just Hurley Cemetery--
|Merideth S Overton||Sarah Du Bios|
Thank you, Julie
My husband has family in that area too. Sarah is his 9th great grandmother. I have done a bunch of research on her. I find a lot on her baptism. I also know that tradition was to baptize within the first days of birth, because so many babies died. As, I said I was shooting for the stars. With town, county and state changing through the years just trying to cover all the bases.
The story of the Indian captivity runs rapid on ancestry.com It irks me so much I leave comments with the facts and sources.
|Debra Hartzell Edwards||RE: Found some graves|
Hi Julie, I also can't reach the creator, but it does look like the edit tab works. I'm not very experienced with Find A Grave, but I think it would be best to contact them, rather than create new memorials. It would be a nice contribution to their memorials to have more info. Thanks for sharing the burial info. Until again, Deb
|Gerry Jean||RE: Margaret Nordstom|
Julie ... very glad to help!
|Merideth S Overton||RE: Sara Du Bois Marker--Old Hurley|
Thank you Julie,
I did figure out that the Indian capture could not have happen they way the legend goes. Dates and Traditions the of times did not add up.
Sarah would/was born and baptize almost a year after the event. I was just hoping or should say shooting for stars. To find more evidence of her birth date.
Thank you for your help and have a wonderful day.
|Kirk Bogle||Caroline Bull|
I did take a photo of G.W. Bull's (died 1908) stone. He was buried near his son George R., and daughter in law Margaret.
There was a baby, George R too. Also, Viola Bull Fruth. Caroline was not buried there. I didn't check amongst the Butterfields though. Do you think that is a possibility?
|Kirk Bogle||Charles Lake photo request|
Julie, I just walked that cemetery and found no marker for Charles. Sadly a lot of the cemetery was neglected by the looks of things for a long time.
I did find the Lake family marker and Charles' wife's stone.
Opposite the family marker from Anna T is a blank space. I have to wonder whether he is in that spot and his stone vandalized or stolen. I see on his obit that he was buried in that cemetery, but I found no trace of him otherwise.
The photos I took are almost identical to those already uploaded by Debra to Anna's memorial. You can see the void on our right of the Lake marker. So there is actually a space for him there which would seem to mean that it wouldn't make sense for him to have been buried elsewhere in the cemetery. Sorry I wasn't able to fulfill your request.
Unfortunately Find A Grave is set up for current geographical locations. I would imagine it is for individuals who may wish to visit the graves. Thank you for you compliments, he is my direct ancestor.
Added by ReLyRoTh on Mar 02, 2014 4:16 PM
|Michael Duffy||Elizabeth Tilden Bassett|
I connected Elizabeth to her parents per your suggestion. Thanks!
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