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JimToo (#47809834)
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Cliff Blanchard
Elizabeth R.Bryan Ringo FAG#130191834
Jim, I established the memorial on May 22, 2014 & John Blakemore Sellers established Major Ringo's Find A Grave memorial #155680860 on Dec 04, 2015. I believe Mr. Sellers may have linked the two memorials together. I did not link any of the children either. Someone else did.

I found a Sons of the American Revolution Application dated 18 Sep 1968 showing Major Ringo's DOB as 2 Feb 1792, and his DOD as 19 Jul 1878. The application shows his father as Cornelius Ringo and his mother as Sarah Morgan. It also lists his spouse as Elizabeth Bryan. The 1850 US Census, Posey, Clay, Indiana has a Major Ringo with a birth date about 1796 in Kentucky.

I also found a Major Ringo born 15 Aug 1755 in Hopewell, NJ. He married an Elizabeth Hazelrigg in 1786. Major Ringo's died 15 Jul 1852 in Centerville, Wayne, IN.

I suggest you ask those who established the other memorials, and have them check their facts.
Added by Cliff Blanchard on Jun 05, 2016 7:57 PM
Don & Mary Cavender
John Hopkins
Ok, check it out, I think I got it right. If you have any other info just hit the edit button and send it on. Thanks.

Mary
Added by Don & Mary Cavender on Sep 20, 2015 2:51 PM
Tina Williams Wood Swyers
Lost Grave of Isaac Williams
I am a descendent of Josiah and Mary Williams who are buried in the Boaz Chapel Cemetery, Hickman, Co., KY. They are my GGG Grandparents. Their son, Isaac Williams, my GG Grandfather, was shot and killed in Graves Co., KY around Jan 2, 1862. As far as I can tell he was not a soldier in the Civil War. Possibly shot by a neighbor?? I have searched for his grave but have not been able to find him. His farm could have been near Watertown or Mayfield. Do you have any suggestions on my search? Tina
Added by Tina Williams Wood Swyers on Jun 18, 2015 9:34 AM
W. R. Polan, Jr.
Curran-Schlegel
Hi Jim. I found the message you left regarding the burial place of John H. Curran and I would agree he is buried in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Shamokin. I'm descended from James Monroe Schlegel, brother of Charles Schlegel. Have you been able to find information on James' and Charles' father?

Regards,
Bill
Added by W. R. Polan, Jr. on Sep 01, 2014 8:13 PM
Annette Pillow
Luiza D. Jones Croft
I noticed on the memorial page for Luiza D. Jones Croft that you have listed her parents as well as her siblings. Do you have any additional information on this family? I am a direct descendent of Susan (Jones) Stark and have spent years looking for the Jones family.

I hope you can help me with this search. Thank you in advance for anything you can provide.

Annette Pillow
Added by Annette Pillow on Jun 18, 2014 8:35 PM
Michael J. Rea
New Hope Cemetery
Hello JimToo,

You have caught me off guard a little about New Hope Cemetery question. Weakley County has 3 Cemeteries with the New Hope name. I didn't quite understand your message about what was posted? Please get back with me by e-mail & I will be glad to try to help you.

Thanks,
Mike Rea
Added by Michael J. Rea on Jul 08, 2013 4:00 AM
Frank Shanklin
RE: Louisa and David Golden
Hey Jim,

Louisa Angeline was one of my Great Grandfather's sisters. Her maiden name was Louisa Angeline Shanklin. She married John Parrish first and they had seven children (at least that is all I know about). John died and she later married David Golden. The comment about the court would have been the Weakley County Court (the article was written in the Dresden Enterprise). Before she died, she wound up living with her son Henry Vaden Parrish, who lived in Fulton at the time. She was buried with Henry and his two wives, at Fairview Cemetery in Fulton, KY. In the photo "Babe" which was her nickname, is the third woman from the left. My Great Grandfather is the man in the middle. Hope this helps.

Frank Shanklin
Added by Frank Shanklin on Dec 14, 2012 11:17 AM
 

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