|Z Hunter (#47056857)|
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Am a retired psychologist who worked in the field of family unification.|
Have been heavily into genealogy for the past 21 years and have done cemetery transcriptions in the neighboring county during that time. I also have traveled throughout our nation obtaining data on obscure burials.
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|Carl Catherman||RE: S James Morrison|
Always glad to share information.
|Jim Gillespie||Cheyney Cemetery|
I have a plan of the Cheyney Cemetery as known. The Cemetery is not on line but I have a list and plan as to the known burials I would gladly share the information I have.I live about 500 ft from the Cemetery.
|Jim Gillespie||RE: Cheyney|
No I was just curious what you had used. I understand you were looking for Charlie King? I have been researching him for several years. My next move is the Village Record archives and the Civil War Museum. One source says he is in the Cheyney Cemetery the other says Greenmount where his brother and parents are.
I noticed a couple of weeks ago that many of the stones has something put on them. What did you use?
|Carl Catherman||S James Morrison|
Your message about S James Morrison is very curious because I can't find any evidence that John & Elizabeth had a son with this name. He does not appear in the family in either the 1860 or 1870 census. The children that I have are, in order of birth, George W, Winfield S, John S, Mary M, Sarah A, Mirem J, Thomas H, Calinda, Ludinda, Matilda and Nancy E. Sarah A, Mirem J (twins) and Calinda (twin to Lucinda) are all supposedly buried in Mercer County, Illinois. I guess I should create memorials for them since there aren't any. All three died young. What evidence is there that puts S James in this family?
|Paul Everitt||RE: Ticknor|
The surrounding area is still a bit scruffy but at least it looks like there has been some care taken of the area where graves are located. Still not a lot of them, 20 - 30 maybe. I have no idea as to the ownership or what any county records may show but there is a street dividing the two, both have their own F-A-G pages and maps, and there is a distinct sign on the Final Resting Place gate which is now on the F-A-G page.
|Annie Reyna||RE: Bernard K Ashman|
I don't know the cremation or burial For Bernard Keen & Alice Ashman, he was born 3-16- 1909 & died 8-22-1995 , his son Norman Randolph Ashman b 5/26-1935 died 4-7-2010 in Springfield, Mo.He was cremated & his ashes sent to Washington State, no other info available per funeral home. Norman was a truck drive & his wife was Harriet L. may have moved back to Washington or Oregon after his death.
The 4 children were: the baby Aug 3- 1893, John Henry Ashman,Jr,b. Jan 9,1895,- Jan 16-1968; Thelma A. Hopkinson b 10-2-1898 d- 11-8-1988 4. Bernard Keen Ashman b 3-16-1909 to-8-22-1995. I believe Bernard had , a son Bernard, & 3 other children including Norman Randolph Ashman .
|Annie Reyna||John H. Ashman Sr,Satsop Cimetery, Wa.|
I think I added Thelma but I only have birth date & Death date for Bernard Keen Ashman birth is 3-16-1909 & death 8-22-1995 last known zip 97223,last location Portland,Ore per www.digitalarchives.wa.gov/ Bernard was married twice.
|EFulmer||John Wesley Moores|
Hey Mr Z., don't leave me now hanging on the edge when you are the closest thing in 100 years we have had to our 3rg grt! Help me find his grave and I will fly out to see you, with a headstone for him. You have my email. Thanks buddy.
Added by EFulmer on Mar 24, 2015 7:51 PM
|Alice||RE: Cem Video|
oh, I needed to hear what you said in your last sentence. Blessings to you, as well. For me, it is all about not losing precious memories - keeping stories alive to be told and retold.
Added by Alice on Mar 23, 2015 12:50 AM
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