|Valerie Thompson (#47090947)|
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I am a Professional Genealogist, researching primarily in Kentucky. Over 15 years experience. |
Anthropology, BA EKU
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|Kyle James Henegar||Emaline Thompson Cummins|
Emaline is my X3 Great Grandmother on my father's side and I was wondering how you knew she was buried in Rosebank Cemetery in Mulberry Kansas.
Because, she died out of Kansas in Kentucky I think. She would've had to had her body shipped here by her relatives, I personally, can't find a reason or a connection to why she'd be buried there.
The Mulberry Records burned in the '20s so there is no record of her being there. She has no stone whatsoever. I'm sure you had some genealogy backing the fact that she was buried there. I just wondered what it was.
My grandmother said she had heard stories from her parents that some of her father's family (Would've included Emaline) was buried in the old section of the cemetery, without a stone. But she can't remember who or where they are.
Please let me know. My Email is Kylehenegar221@gmail.com
Fellow FindAGrave Member and Genealogist,
|Terri Seymour Groseclose||Aaron Smith|
Are you a member of the Aaron Smith family. I have just traced my 3rd great-grandmother Malinda Susan Smith to this family.
|Retired B. Lady||RE: Wavie Thompson|
You are welcome, glad I was able to be of help.
|Laura Lefler||Memorial 51294864|
I noticed you left a message on the memorial regarding John Gouge that he couldn't have been buried there because the cemetery wasn't created until much later after his death. Thanks for correcting misinformation.
Are you a also a descendant of John Gouge? I'm a direct descendant through his son, Joel Gouge. I'm wondering if you have any idea where he might be buried.
Laura Ellis Lefler
|House Of Proctor Genealogy||John J Proctor|
I was wondering if you found any additional data relating to the photo posted on Find A Grave Memorial 65337291 John J Proctor. b. 26 Mar 1813 Hamilton, IL d. 24 Oct 1889 Gallatin, IL
I don't think the listing is correct. I believe he is actually the son of John 1785-1854 and Mary Polly Moore Proctor 1785-1875.
1st Wife Meria Jane Blades Proctor 17 Jan 1839 Hamilton, IL
2nd Wife Susan Marie Hays Proctor 29 Dec 1847 Hamilton, IL
The John Proctor b. 08 Mar 1813 Rockcastle KY d. 16 Jun 1896 d. 16 Jun 1896 Hancocl IL is the son of James and Mary B. proctor.
I was hoping your photo of the headstone would shed additional light, and I would also appreciate your authorization to use it on my personal non profit site www.houseofproctor.org once it is clearly identified.
Thank you for yur time and consideration.
|David Gambrel||RE: Winston Snow|
His great grandson was one of the finest men I have ever known.
|Strato||RE: Lawrence Wilson|
Added by Strato on Sep 22, 2015 2:45 AM
|Kyle James Henegar||Emeline Thompson, Mulberry KS|
Hi, Emeline is my Great-Great-Grandmother, I would like to manage her memorial if you could transfer it that'd be great! Her memorial number is 83446662 my contributor number is 48442750. Thanks!!!
|Valerie Wallace||RE: Help|
Hi, I am trying to track down the children of Robert Renta Baker I am joining the DAR and what I have is:
Me: Valerie Engelhardt
My Mom: Gladys Gabbard
Her Dad: Albert E. Gabbard
His Mom: Matilda Williams
Her Mom: Eliza Bishop
Her Mom: Vicia Baker
Her Dad: Robert Boston Bob Baker
His Dad: Robert Julius Bob Baker
His Dad John Renta Baker
There seems to be some mis-information about him. Do you have any concrete info on his kids?
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