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|GGS||RE: Gurlia & Annie Holmes|
Added by GGS on Jan 26, 2015 12:10 PM
|JARROTT P. COX||Wayne Jewell|
Hi question who is Beulah? she is on the head stone.
|Cathy and Tim Sheffler||RE: Esek Franklin (and others)|
Hi. A few updates:
-- I didn't find Esek, but I didn't spend too long there. Surprisingly, I saw only one Franklin stone there. I'll take another look, but the timing might be weather-dependent.
-- I'll get pictures of the Colvin markers in Clarks Green soon.
-- There's already a photo of Ida Fish's parents marker. I'm pretty sure there was a link to them from her entry, right?
-- Just so you don't miss it, I added a memorial for Mary E, daughter of Llewellyn and Katherine Franklin.
|Gail D||RE: Harold Lees|
You are very welcome. And......done........and done! All photos uploaded.
Added by Gail D on Jan 19, 2015 8:34 PM
|Joan Cavanaugh||RE: John Fredrick Colvin|
I'm glad you liked the photos.
|Cathy Stockley||RE: Infants Mitchell - Rockland Cemetery|
I haven't actually looked, but I have access to the Water Supply Board database, which shows that the graves had no markers before the transfer to New Rockland. With no original markers to move, the remains would be unmarked in the new cemetery. Sorry I couldn't give you better news.
|Beth Blair||Effie Brinkley Sparks ~ Bear Creek Cemetery Mitchell County North Carolina|
I found her death certificate on ancestry.com. Her daughter, Marie Maxine Capps Buchanan, was married to my uncle, Bill, so I was relatively sure of the time frame from conversations I had with Marie prior to her passing.
If you need the documentation, I will be glad to forward it to you.
Thanks for creating the memorial.
|Cathy and Tim Sheffler||Esek Franklin|
Hi. I'm curious if you happen to know if Esek actually has a marker in Franklin Cemetery. I'll stop by there at some point when conditions are reasonable, but it's a beat-up old graveyard with few legible stones. I always leave feeling a little depressed about the situation. Maybe someone will take on the project of fixing things up and consolidating records sometime.
By the way, I've been unable to find your Colvin requests in Clarks Green. There's one or two Colvin markers, but not the names you're looking for. Also, I had no luck with the Cobb request in Square-Top Depot -- they're probably there, but not legible. In Brooklyn Universalist, I found the parents of Ida Fish, but not Ida. If I remember correctly, I found a possible relative of Mary Hewitt, but not Mary. There was no legible Tewksbury. In Harford, I found no Hannah Capron.
You have some new requests for Shoemaker Cemetery. Shoemaker is smallish with a mixture of readable and unreadable stones. Given the history, I will go there with my usual dread of being unable to fulfill your requests. Perhaps I'll be pleasantly surprised.
|c.MUTT.a||Archie R. Allen|
I am not 100% sure, but I am his nephew and I would bet on it. Thanks for the inquiry and have a great day.
Added by c.MUTT.a on Jan 08, 2015 9:59 AM
|Jim Bowden||William Bowden|
Two corrections to what I just wrote you. William and Elizabeth Bowden and family probably moved to Wales sometime between when their son, Joseph was born in Gloucestershire in 1839 and the 1841 Wales census. Also William died of Typhoid not an accident. It was his son-in-law who died in an accident in Genoa.
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