|Kenny C. Fossitt (#47720950)|
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Resident of Northern Kentucky.
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|Gaye Hill||RE: Herman (Harmon) Wayman picture|
i was just so happy to find a photo of ANY stone, I added it to Harmon - those are not my pictures, I think I credited them in the notes.
"Mary Louisa Wayman is buried in the same cemetery # 40713160" I have not worked as much on this line, I did not know about Mary Louisa at all.
This is my late husband's line (and my children and grandchildren), so it has been more difficult.
Are you familiar with the cemetery?
I would love to see photos of the area and the cemetery, no matter how it looks, just to have an idea.
Thank you for note to me, I appreciate it very much.
If you can assist me in the Wayman family research, I would appreciate it very much.
|GoneButNotForgotten||RE: Baynum transfers ...|
My pleasure.Thanks for taking over the memorials.
|C.J.||THANK YOU|Added by C.J. on May 22, 2015 7:46 PM
Kenny gracie searcy is my mom could I please have her? thank you
Added by C.J. on May 20, 2015 7:21 AM
|VICKI SCHMAEMAN||Leola #115433509|
Thank you for connecting Leola to her parents, but I forgot to mention her name is Leola not Leona. Leola was my great grand aunt, and I met her when I was very little.
|VICKI SCHMAEMAN||Leola FAG 115433509|
Could you please link Leola with her parents, mother Pearl Find A Grave#90077538, and father David Find A Grave Memorial# 51936979.
Thank you for the message about Neave Methodist once being called Wesley. I have been searching and searching for the answer as to why they would have been buried so far away from home. Now, to try to find out which plot. Thanks again.
Added by AngiDial on Apr 03, 2015 6:10 AM
|Lisa Bailey||RE: John Hodson born Pennsylvania|
Thank you!! In this case, I trust the Census(es) over family oral history! I've added the censuses to his memorial (and given you credit).
Now I'm curious about the Mary Bailey (b.abt 1813) in the 1885 Census. Hulda Hodson (b.1874) had mother-in-law Mary Bailey (b. 1852), so not that Mary Bailey.
|Lisa Bailey||John Hodson #28774474|
My grandfather always believed that both of his grandparents (John Hodson and his wife Elizabeth Wolcott Hodson) were born in Iowa. I always wondered why John went east to serve in an Indiana regiment in the Civil War. And then back west to raise their kids after the war in Kansas.
Where did you get your info for his birth in Indiana (for your edit request)?
Thanks, Kenny! For finding my typo and why I didn't make that connection to them, who knows?
Have stuff on them if you want it, email me.
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