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Keeper of the Stars
RE: Susan Marie Ashcraft
Dear Dale, Thank you for the message you sent. I was randomly flowering when I came across Susan's Memorial. Her photo caught my eye and I thought; "What a beautiful young woman!" Susan's smile spoke volumes to me,not only could I see her outer beauty, but her beautiful spirit shone through. The love of Christ was evident in your Godly wife♥ Well,we know where Susan is waiting for you and her loved ones!!! Thank The Lord we have that hope that death has been conquered. May He continue to comfort you...... I will very much like to meet Susan some day. Blessings, Susan Ayer
Added by Keeper of the Stars on May 08, 2014 12:11 PM
Linda L. Cottrell Liss
James A. Goldsmith
The more I look at these men, I am being convinced that we are looking at two different James Goldsmith's.
1. James Goldsmith son of Robert and Sidney Alcinda Moore Goldsmith
2. James A. Goldsmith son of Jacob and Susannah Goldsmith. Family still in Harrison co. in 1870.
All were in Harrison Co., VA(WV) at times, & both had children by the names of James & Mary. Both James's served in the Civil War.
1. James Goldsmith md. 2 X, first to Catharine Jarvis & 2nd to Deborah Marks 9th VA Vol. Inf. from Calhoun Co., VA(WV), this is the same company that my gt. grandfather & his brothers served. Deborah Marks-Goldsmith was listed as a widow when she remarried in 1876. Believe this James died in Civil War about 1864.
2. Your James A. Goldsmith md. & came back to KY where he was found in the 1890 Veterans census in Owen Co., KY. Pvt Co D, 11th VA Inf enlisted 1862 honorably discharged 26 Oct 1865.
You may contact me at WVRoots@aol.com for further dialog.
Added by Linda L. Cottrell Liss on Sep 02, 2013 4:11 PM
Linda L. Cottrell Liss
Goldsmith
I find a Mary E. Goldsmith, age 21 who married Marcellus Lorentz, age 21, in Harrison Co., WV marriages, 30 Nob. 1865 by Rev. Williams. Her parents were listed as Jacob and Susannah Goldsmith and Marcellus's parents as Ransom and Elizabeth Lorentz.
Mary E. Goldsmith, age 15 was listed w/her parents [Jacob & Susannah] in the 1860 Census of Harrison Co., VA(WV).....in 1870 Jacob & Susannah are still in Harrison Co. but by that time Mary E. had married & gone West. Jacob & Susannah had at least 12 children...
Okay - checking the 1870 Ralls Co., Missouri Census, I find M. Lawrence and wife Mary. 3 children: Anna, William & Turner. Also in household is a 35 yr old Jas or Jos Goldsmith, all b. VA(WV) except for the infant named Turner, age 4 mo.
Inquiry??? 18 July 1843 Harrison Co. VA Marriage for Turner L. Goldsmith & Susannah Perine dau. of William Perine. Is Turner Goldsmith the same as Jacob Goldsmith??
Added by Linda L. Cottrell Liss on Sep 02, 2013 12:40 PM
Linda L. Cottrell Liss
Goldsmith
I find a Mary A Goldsmith, age 21 who married Marcellus Lorentz, age 21, in Harrison Co., WV marriages, 30 Nob. 1865 by Rev. Williams. Her parents were listed as Jacob and Susannah Goldsmith and Marcellus's parents as Ransom and Elizabeth Lorentz.
Mary E. Goldsmith, age 15 was listed w/her parents [Jacob & Susannah] in the 1860 Census of Harrison Co., VA(WV).....in 1870 Jacob & Susannah are still in Harrison Co. but by that time Mary E. had married & gone West. Jacob & Susannah had at least 12 children...
Okay - checking the 1870 Ralls Co., Missouri Census, I find M. Lawrence and wife Mary. 3 children: Anna, William & Turner. Also in household is a 35 yr old Jas or Jos Goldsmith, all b. VA(WV) except for the infant named Turner, age 4 mo.
Inquiry??? 18 July 1843 Harrison Co. VA Marriage for Turner L. Goldsmith & Susannah Perine dau. of William Perine. Is Turner Goldsmith the same as Jacob Goldsmith??
Added by Linda L. Cottrell Liss on Sep 02, 2013 12:36 PM
Linda L. Cottrell Liss
Goldsmith
Sorry, as far as I know Sidney Alcinda Moore Goldsmith is the only Goldsmith buried at Cottrell Cemetery, Oka, Calhoun Co., WV. I have that she and Robert Goldsmith had 12 children, your James being the oldest son, but I do not know where he is buried. There is a little Goldsmith Cem. on Mud Fork in Calhoun Co. perhaps James is buried there in unmarked grave.
Added by Linda L. Cottrell Liss on Sep 02, 2013 5:54 AM
Debbie J
RE: brockmeir
I added what I found in the cemetery records. Did not find an Evan or a Settle.
Added by Debbie J on Feb 18, 2013 10:43 AM
Diana L. Schwab
Ruben BREWER
Ruben BREWER and his family is a part of my family tree because of his mother's line. Are you related?
Added by Diana L. Schwab on Jan 13, 2013 9:40 AM
Lynne BakerLynne
RE: enoch
I would love to have the info from the tombstone! There were apparently 2 Enoch Andersons in Boone County who were only 1 year apart in age based on census and Civil War registration records.
Do you have an account on Ancestry? I have uploaded two Anderson family reunion pictures from the early 1900's there. If you don't have an account, I would be happy to email the photos.
I'm not sure how George W. is related. George Anderson married Millie Barlow in 1820, two of their sons (Enoch J and Austin Barlow) are the two I trace my ancestry to, but I haven't gone far tracing the other brothers descendants.
Added by Lynne BakerLynne on Jan 02, 2013 3:04 PM
Lynne BakerLynne
Enoch J Anderson
Hi- Enoch was my great-great grandfather. His grave is actually located in the Stockwell cemetery according to the request for the Civil War Veteran headstone. His grave along with a few others is outside of the "main" old section of the Constance Cemetery.
Added by Lynne BakerLynne on Jan 02, 2013 1:15 PM
Rob
RE: SCREW ANDREWS
Thank you! I'm gonna try again with the famous tag.

I'd be happy to take Jimmy as well, I'll start working on his, too.

Thanks!

Rob
Added by Rob on Dec 08, 2012 4:20 PM
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