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Are you related to Stephen Crabtree Find A Grave Memorial# 37710654? His wife Elizabeth Perry Crabtree died in 1857 and she is related to me and I'm trying to find out more information.
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Added by Nicole on Nov 06, 2014 8:54 PM
|Judy Harvey||Gordon William Reed Cemetery|
Gordon William Reed is buried in the Bunn Cemetery located on Four Mile Road outside of Jackson.
|Jackson Cty,OH & Kinfolk||Bunn & Old Bunn Cemeteries|
Bunn Cemetery is in Lick Township Jackson County, OH.
Old Bunn Cemetery is in Franklin Township, Jackson County, OH.
They are two different Cemeteries.
According to the Jackson Cty, OH cemetery inscriptions, Steagall children & their families are laid to rest in Old Bunn Cemetery with the parents, William & Hannah Steagall.
Hope this is helpful.
|Gwendolyn cresswell||RE: sending inquiry|
Thank you once again, I am sending an inquiry.
|Gwendolyn cresswell||RE: Help|
Nancy, thank. You so much. Is there a memorial for Lavina Potter already?
Hi, I am looking for Woodlawn Cemetery McCracken Co., Kentucky for a Lavina Johnson Potter. Born Feb 21, 1897 died Mar 24, 1975. Born in Cherokee Co., NC died at Mission's Hosp Candler.
Buncombe Co., Asheville NC. She was buried at that cemetery. I looked up on Find A Grave the place and they had no cemetery in that location. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Gwen Cresswell
Assume the Rotondo's you sent things to change were are your family, so transferred all those I had. You can then make more personal memorials.
|Debbie Scott||Oletha Penrod 25656321|
Is this Oletha Penrod the daughter of Benajmin Bayless and Lillie Ann Kilgore Bayless?
thanks for adding info..I'm not related, just researching some of that family and found extra information to share with you.
|Gloria Kidder||Kendall lineage "Kindell"|
Not that I know of. Mine are the Millers and my husbands side are Hoffers, and many parents of wives in the Hoffer family.
Plus family friends I knew well. But I did not know the Kendalls or the Newlands. However, the White families married into the Hoffer clan and my aunt by marriage maiden name was White and has relatives there. I've a long history with almost everyone in that area, and many fond memories.
I was bapized behind that little church, back when few people had ever heard of a Baptistry in the country. My great-great grandparents lived just up the road, and all of the great-great aunts and uncles owned land and farmed there.
My wish would be to hear from the Moore families. Some of them were my mother's dearest friends.
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