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RE: Janie Jester
Sure, I have to get it out of the safe deposit box, as that is where I keep the "OLD" papers etc. I take NO chances with things like this as they are totally irreplaceable, keep telling my self I am going to scan them to disk but seems like all I have done lately is work! I seem to fall asleep as soon as I get 5 min, lol!
No idea if its beyond findagrave or not, aren't we all doing this to help match up long lost relatives to ones from the past?
Added by gennie on Mar 31, 2014 9:19 PM
Janie Jester
NO thank you, I have info in an old BIBLE as my family crosses into hers, but not sure how exactly she is related to me or not. I appreciate you asking me.
Added by gennie on Mar 31, 2014 5:46 PM
RE: Mary W. Jester
On closer inspection, I tend to agree that it is more likely a 4, especially if you look at the spacing of the numbers. I questioned it because it looked more like a 1 than a 5 for sure. And after I wrote the transcription, I wondered if it might have been a 4.

I think the 5 was picked up from the Tombstone Records of Dorchester County, which was compiled by Nellie M Marshall. It may have been a typo.

At any rate, when I go back to the cemetery again, I will look more closely at the stone itself, and perhaps I can take a rubbing of that area.

Meanwhile, I think you are pretty safe going with the 4.
Added by BHayw on Mar 08, 2014 7:36 PM
Kasey Cunningham
Fannie Mae Chandler
I am going to have the City go out and clean it up... it has sunk into the ground alittle then I will take pics.
Added by Kasey Cunningham on Feb 27, 2014 11:44 AM
RE: Elizabeth Capper Stewart 103452876
I emailed the contributor of the duplicate memorial and asked her to delete it.

I have also sent requests to some of the contributors of Ebson & Elizabeth's children, and asked them to link to the parents.

Thank you -
Added by lwinslow on Oct 03, 2013 12:29 PM
Elizabeth Capper Stewart 103452876
You sent an edit request "Do you doubt the 12 Nov 1840 (or any) marriage to Ebson Stewart?" - please explain what you are requesting me to do.

The marriage of Elizabeth Capper to Ebson Stewart is in "Carroll County [Ohio] Marriages 1833-1849" transcribed from the old records & published in 1984 by the Carroll Co. Genealogical Society. [His first name is spelled Elison, one of MANY misspellings in the original records].

This marriage was also listed in a 1984 Capper family history by June Capper Killion.

Ebson & Elizabeth had 14 children, and were in the 1850 and 1860 census records. In the 1870 census, after Elizabeth's death, Ebson and some of his children lived next to two of Elizabeth's brothers, Stephen & Michael.

If you have conficting information what is the source?

Thank you.
Added by lwinslow on Oct 03, 2013 11:50 AM

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