|terryl sperlich||RE: Edward McLaughlin|
I have her as Elizabeth McLaughlin with the verification through the 1850 census. She married Hiram Sell in 1867. Her death certificate lists father McLaughlin born in Ireland. Mother with the last name Thomson, birth unknown, though I have found her in Maryland as another source says she was born there. I have been wrong before, but I am trying not to include anything that isn't verified.
We are looking at the same 1850 census I believe as there is a son Levi present.
That's why I am asking you. The census says Pennsylvania, but could he have lived there and come with his parents very young. The earliest "proof" I have is 1830 in Washington, Ohio.
Elizabeth died in 1911, so I think they would have kind of had it together by then. Why would they say Ireland if it wasn't so? I really think it's the same Elizabeth. Do you think differently? If so, why do you think so?
|terryl sperlich||Edward McLaughlin|
You have his birth listed as Pennsylvania. Can you tell me your source for that? I have Edward McLaughlin who married Henrietta Thomson and had a child Elizabeth who married a man named Sells. Her death certificate has her father as having been born in Ireland (mother's birthplace unknown.) Thoughts?
|Liz ||Lakeview Cem|
L-R Schuller, Rodecker, Conrad as per your request. I can send a photo of the lot if you message me.
Added by Liz on Jun 11, 2015 5:46 AM
|Patty||RE: Clara Mix photo|
Happy finally find Clara's grave. i looked several times before I found it. We are pretty lucky, we miss a lot of bad weather here. Hope you get some rain soon.
Added by Patty on Jun 05, 2015 8:50 PM
|E. Robert Malone||Baby Girl Griebling photo|
Photos have been added to her memorial.
|E. Robert Malone||RE: Eleanor Griebling photo|
Oh, no. There IS a marker for Baby Girl Griebling, 1960. I have a photo of the grave marker and will place it on her memorial if one is found to exist. I have access to a couple of tombstone transcripts for Lexington Cemetery, but I have never seen any actual records for that place. The records are not kept at the cemetery (I have asked), apparently they are at the Village Hall, maybe (uncertain about this). The only way I ever find graves at Lexington is a physical crawl through the place.
|dalya d||Riverside Cemetery|
Cemetery notes and/or description:
This is a huge overgrown cemetery. Please obtain plot information and location and post in the location edit. 201-843-7600 or 877-843-7101
or you may wait a long time for your photo.
Added by dalya d on Apr 29, 2015 6:36 AM
|LSP||Margaret Stuart McClung|
I received your request to reverse her middle and surname but I rejected it at this time. The stone reads MARGARET STUART, DAUGHTER OF AA & ME MCCLUNG. She was surveyed in the cemetery book with this name and two volunteer photographers confirmed this name. I'll bet you just read the first line on this old hard to read stone. I always appreciate a 2nd pair of eyes to help keep things accurate.
Added by LSP on Apr 27, 2015 3:27 PM
|KathyFournierJillson||Henrietta Bell=Henrietta Walker|
Apparently this is the same person. The stone for Henrietta Bell is part of the Walker plot. Sincerely, Kathy J.
|arrowkeeper||RE: Garber photos at Crown Hill|
You are very welcome.
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