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|Night Angel||Mary Arnett|
I called Phillis,she takes care of the books for Park Cemetery.
Mary is buried besie Alonzo and his wife Della.
Martha who I thought was buried in BackCreek cemetery,apparently was reburied in Park Cem also.at the foot of Marys Grave,according to the books Phillis has.
We will be going over there pretty soon,snow is about gone now.
Also on an 1840 census, for Delaware Co. it shows that John and Nancy had another child,
Emma B. born 1868.
Nancy Conner's fathers name was John Conner we beleive.
Can you email me at my yahoo address?its on my bio page.
That way I will send the info to you that way,easier to save it on your end.
Do you have all the info on marriages of Nancy and John Hills children?
It would help to find more info for you.
anything you can send will be helpful for looking thru records.
I do have a couple of printed scores of Martinus Sievekings music, as well as a recorded piano piece on CD.
I also have a composition on CD he wrote using "Eugen Sandow" as a pen name called "March of the Athletes".... and it's like a circus march... very fun, indeed. My brother-in-law transcribed it and recorded it for me. The original printed score was from an old magazine of about 1905 or so.
Let me know if this interests you. I would love to explore this mans life. He was a fascinating, elusive and talented man. Probably should order his death certificate from California next.
|Night Angel||Your Family|
Ok this is what I found so far.
Park Cemetery,in Fairmount,IN
According to the DAR readings of 1940.
When the cemetery was read in 2003 they didn't list her stone,but it was probably unreadable by that time. I will call the woman who handles the books,and see if see can tell me where she lot is,they use a different layout of the cemetery now,from when Mary was buried.
Married Della ____
Martha E. Hill,wife of Frank A. McCoy
Died July 27,1882.
I did not find anything on George W.
I searched under Hill and Webster,but he may not be buried in either of those cemeteries.
There are other cemeteries close by, and those cemeteries have not been read,thats wat I am slowing trying to do.But it takes alot of time.
I just listed another 1000 names yesterday,all in Grant County.
But I haven't given up on George Hill or John.
Hope this helps a little.
|Night Angel||Updates are done|
I put in the requested updates for you to Nancy and Elijah's pages.
It didn't let you do it cause they are listed by me.
I am really happy to be able to help you locate so ancestors.
I am looking for John Hill now just to see if I might locate him too.
Do you know where Elijah's wife Mary is buried??
|Night Angel||Nancy Conner Hill|
After you left the thank you yesterday,we decieded to go back to Shiloh Cem.
And take more photos, and my husband walked the whole cemetery,to find Elijah's stone again,and he located Nancy's about ten feet away. There was a small stone laying at the bottom of hers,someone had put it there,the stone is Peter L. Snook.
Her stone is now located on her memorial page for you.
Merry Christmas Danny.
|Night Angel||Added your info.|
Danny,I hope it was ok to add the info you left on your flower to Nancy,I pulled and also added it in her bio, because as flowers are added,it will keep getting pushed futher back in her memorial.This way its always showing when the page is opened.
If you want it changed,I will do it.
|Night Angel||Thank you Danny,Merry Christmas|
Thank you so much for your message Danny.
I dont think as myself as an angel,just Heavensent,as the name I use in the forums here.
I really beleive that with every grave I list,someone is looking for an ancestor,friend or just someone that had meaning in there lives.
I am glad you found who you wanted from my listings.
Hope it made you happy.
Merry Christmas to you.
Thanks Danny. Martinus was a rare and wonderful talent whos music is like no other of the period. He was also a colorful and famous man in his day. Happy Holidays!
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