|StoneMiller, a RealMcCloy (#47636351)|
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|Any memorials I have made which are not part of my roots, or which may be a part, but you being able to prove you are a closer relative than I, will be happily transferred to you upon request lessening my workload.|
The following families are my main area of research.
Families: Alfman, Allen, Anderson, Arkley, Ashbury, Babbs, Baker, Ball, Bishop, Butsko, Campbell, Carpenter, Catchpole, Endsley, Essex, Frame, Goff, Hickman, King, Knight, Koonts, Ligget, McCloy, McCollough, McKinley, Miller, Mitchell, Norris, Oliver, Patton, Plummer, Reed, Shannon, Shilling, Shipley, Snyder, Speakman, Storts, Stotts, Valentine, Vessels, Vickroy, Worley
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|Connie Smith||Anna Amazon Cheeseman|
I am looking for info on Cheeseman family and Sally Miller family. Anna Amazon Cheeseman is my great grandmother James and Anna had four daughters Anna Grace, Mary Alice, Josephine Zenia, and Ruth Eddie. Ruth was my grandmother. I oftened visited Anna and James Edwards grave with my grandmother, Any info would be appreciated. Connie Ater Smith
|Todd Bredin||Andrew McCloy in Allegheny Cem Pittsburgh|
Hi, This Andrew McCloy, married Clarissa, they had a child, Irene McCloy (1844-?), who married a 'Judy' and had my grandmother, Ada Jane Judy. Irene's husband died, she remarried and Ada Jane grew up in grandparents house (Andrew and Clarissa) and with her Aunt, Eliza Jane (McCloy) Carson. Do you know anything about Irene's second husband, a 'Jones' or where Irene is buried. I have more info on Andrew-Clarissa's 9 children.
PS. in the 1880 census McCloy is spelled 'McClog' in Familysearch.
|Bette Grimm Thatcher||RE: LouVonnia McCloy Prunty|
Thank you for pointing this out. I guess that means April never looked at it!
|Cal||Find A Grave Memorial# 133556068|
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Record added: Jul 30, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 133556068
I'm pretty sure that the Lavelette Mullins, born in Wyoming Co. in 1850, that married Colonel Childers is not the same Lavelette Mullins that married George Lewis Burgess. She was born in Logan Co. 18 Aug 1869.
Added by Cal on Jan 26, 2015 12:32 PM
|Cheri Rupert Mattox||RE: benjamin coddington|
I can't link from the children to Benjamin since I didn't originally post their memorials. I can't ask for an edit because there are two Benjamin's. I'm not sure what to do here.
|Cheri Rupert Mattox||Re: Benjamin Coddington 93736136|
Someone called it to my attention that Benjamin already had a memorial before you posted yours. You added a picture of his gravesite to your memorial. The picture should have been added to the first memorial. I'm sure this was just an oversight. Thought you would want to correct this. Thanks for your help. Cheri
|baack40||RE: Wanda McCloy|
You are so welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by baack40 on Dec 12, 2014 2:54 AM
|Rebecca Drumm||June Butler|
I would gladly add a biography to June's memorial if you would like to send one. The picture you added is beautiful.
|Christine Barnhart||Agnes Catchpole|
I saw in Lester Carney's grave posting for New Lexington Cemetery that you are related to Catchpoles Agnes was my Great Grandmother on my Dad's side his Mother being Ruth Carney Moore my she passed in 2011 my Dad being Gary E Moore passed in 2012 I am Christine Moore Barnhart of Zanesville Ohio. Didn't know if maybe you would maybe want that little bit of the gene pole my Dad has a brother Ronald Moore and a sister Tina Moore Belcher that are still living my Dad passed of cancer. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to ask any questions I know she had a couple of sisters.
|MissT||RE: Plummer in Hazleton Cemetery|
lol You're quite welcome. Well another member baack40 and myself looked for it earlier in the summer and kinda knew it's location, but just couldn't locate it with everything overgrown. We decided to try again since its fall. It's actually located in the woods off the west side of OH-93, north of Old Town Road outside of Shawnee. We actually were able to catch the landowners home and she gave us permission and use of her back yard to approach the trail they had made to access it. (The house on the hill with the paved driveway at this intersection are the landowners.) Not many markers left standing and I'm sure there were some we probably missed that may have been on the ground as the leaves off the trees was deep. As I'm sure there are probably several below the surface too as often seen in these old cemeteries. Baack40 took coordinates while we were there and posted to have the cemetery page updated with those. So a map should be on the page soon. Hope this helps. ;)
Added by MissT on Nov 16, 2014 10:08 PM
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