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T.Pat Wolfe (#46929131)
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G-Man
Robert Brown
I saw that you have a request for a photograph of Robert Brown's tombstone, St Luke's Church Cemetery, Mobile AL - FYI, St Luke's Episcopal Church does not have a cemetery. Apparently there have been some cremated ashes scattered in the church garden and someone has created a cemetery for these. If you would like further info on the church, see this site:

http://www.stpaulschurchmobile.com/
Added by G-Man on Jun 22, 2014 6:19 PM
Kristy Rice
RE: Marvin Coldiron/Blue Mound Cemetery
Wow,really. That sounds beautiful. Looks like he was very loved. I saw that his life was cut short from an accident. Yea,if it's not obvious, I tried to dry off the stone, but then all you see are smeared marks. Well then the rain just wouldn't corporate. It's a pretty little cemetery,and a lovely place in the country. Sorry I couldn't do better. But you know it never works in your favor! Take care.
Thanks,
Kristy
Added by Kristy Rice on May 13, 2014 11:11 PM
Kristy Rice
Marvin Coldiron/Blue Mound Cemetery
Sorry that this is not the greatest of photo's. Of coures we get to the cemetery and it just poured down. I live 70 miles from this cemetery so I doubt I will be back in that area. I was only there because my husband(truck driver) was held over in Chillicothe. So I drove out to spend the day with him. Anyways, I won't be offended if you request another photo. Just let me know if someone gets better, and I will glady delete them. I'm posting a couple of them on his memorial. Gorgeous stone, just hard to photograph!
Thanks,
Kristy Rice
Added by Kristy Rice on May 12, 2014 7:35 PM
Leonard Smith
RE: Augusta Hamilton
You are very welcome, glad to do it.
Leonard
Added by Leonard Smith on May 04, 2014 5:00 PM
Shirley Wadell
Memorial #57357350 Amanda (Brownson) Mann
Yes, I think this is Amanda's 3rd husband Richard Moody. This marriage seems to have ended in a divorce. If I remember correctly, they were only married a year and half or something like that.
Thanks, Shirley :)
Added by Shirley Wadell on Apr 02, 2014 6:05 PM
Shirley Wadell
Memorial #57357350 Amanda (Brownson) Mann
According to my research on Ancestry, George L. Mann is listed on the following census:

1880 Census Washington, Buchanan, IA
Martin Mann 34
Amanda Mann 43
George Mann 6

1900 Census Grand Island, Hall, NE
Martin Mann 55
Amanda Mann 64
George L. Mann 25
Bell R. 20 [daughter-in-law, b.June 1879 IA, m:1898]

1910 Census Grand Island, Hall, NE
George Mann 35
Stella Mann 32 [b.1878 KS, m:6 yrs (1904] w/1 ch 1 Living, so this is NOT Bell R. from the previous 1900 Census]
Cora Ingruns or Duernus 14 daughter b. 1896 KS[could this be Stella's daughter from her previous marriage? She is born in the same state as her mother.]
Amanda Mann 58 widow mother 6ch 3 Living[this age is incorrect]
They lived @723 12th.

I couldn't find anything else. If you do find something else, please let me know.
Thanks, Shirley :)
Added by Shirley Wadell on Apr 02, 2014 3:07 PM
Shirley Wadell
Memorial #57357350 Amanda Mann
Please add the following information to Memorial #57357350 Amanda Mann:

aka Amanda Brownson
parents Philo & Eleanor Brownson
1st m:/Shepherd Cordray
Feb 16, 1854 Buchanan, IA
2 sons: Elijah & Oscar Emanuel
2nd m:/Richard Moody
Jan 13, 1859 Buchanan, IA
3rd m:/William Stroge
Nov 24, 1865 Buchanan, IA
4th m:/Martin Mann
Feb 18, 1868 Black Hawk, IA
1 son - George Mann.

Thank you!! Shirley :)
Added by Shirley Wadell on Apr 01, 2014 4:01 PM
Topeka Norm
RE: Elizabeth Ellen Chrisman Wilson
Elizabeth Ellen (Christman)Wilson (#53726208) is the daughter of James Chrisman & Catherine (Amburn) Christman.

Please link Elizabeth to:

her mother #8920641

Her father #8920643

Thanks
Topeka Norm #48030916
Added by Topeka Norm on Mar 09, 2014 7:20 PM
Virginia Corker
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I'm not familiar with where Saint Luke's Cemetery is located. Can you send me the street address and I'll try to get these headstones photographed. I knew this couple when I went to church at Saint Luke's Episcopal Church back over 20 years ago but I sure don't know about any cemetery there at the church. Thanks
Added by Virginia Corker on Feb 01, 2014 12:03 PM
Cynthia Farmer-Nold
Thanks for the feedback
I have a list of cemeteries to offer to the fix forum but people tell me that is slow. It would be better for people to get it right in the first place. Some of those duplicate cemeteries are empty or emptying because I have been telling people they had posted to a phantom duplicate. Latitude and longitude map a cemetery in a modern way, but I think it is important to also reference the the little family ones the way they first appeared on maps, and that is by Township, Range, Section, part of section. Marvin Wilhite, historican for the Saline County Historical Society, told me yesterday he had just finished correlating the 1876 plat map data with the 1896 plat data with recent plat maps and the 1967 Saline County History. The old plat maps have nearly all the family cemeteries marked. To locate by the traditional method, (Township, Range, Section) would be a big plus and help people easily see if the cemetery is really on the landscape. You can also use a current plat map with roads marked to find it. Because of postal consolidation, half the county has a Marshall mailing address. People should use local place names on cemetery pages instead of the county seat town that may be miles away. Those local place names are all menu options, so I often suspect that someone listing a cemetery as "Marshall" when it isn't in or near Marshall may be lost.
Added by Cynthia Farmer-Nold on Jan 29, 2014 2:34 PM
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