|Kathryn Cox (#46833968)|
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|The entries I have made so far are family or family related. If you find an error, please let me know. Also, if you have additional data, I'd appreciate that so that it can be added.|
I am a retired teacher who enjoys traveling, volunteering, and researching genealogy. Cemeteries draw me to them. Having a picnic with ancestors and their families is a treat, especially in old, old cemeteries.
As I find family surnames that might be kin, I have started to add them if I have a bit of information.
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|Rootsrcher||RE: Hannah's photo|
Your welcome, Gary Merryman puts flags on the graves on holidays.
|Lou (Davis) Dedinsky||Timothy Connell Terrell|
Kathryn, there is a duplicate memorial for Timothy at #68032151. This person has their messages disabled so I couldn't contact them to let them know about your memorial.
However, Skip has a link to Timothy's second wife, Mary Ann (Cloud) High Terrell (1838-1913). This is memorial #40306857 and contains extensive information on Mary Ann.
Stumbled on memorial 63716702 which from her death certificate she was the daughter of William and Rebecca McGrail Taylor. Rebeca is a sister to other siblings who married into the Talbot, Kees, McGrew and Lappin families.
|Pat Collins||RE: H.G.G.?|
Thanks, I have always thought it off that the small pillar is just outside the rock wall and only has the inital's on it. It has to stand for someones name for there is a dot after each letter.
|Pat Collins||RE: Cora Stone|
You are welcome. I am in the process of going through the old part of the cemetery and taking pictures of all the headstones and marking and giving them numbers as to where they are. If I run across Cora I will let you know. Also I have a question. Outside of the main Connell section there is a small pillar, which is a headstone, I think. It is against the back fence just a foot or so away and has three letters on it. It reads H.G.G. Would you might know what it means?
|Alvin Poole||RE: Cole photos|
You are welcome, you should look into getting a new headstone for him, since he is a veteran, he would get one at no cost by the government. Then it would be there forever. Let me know if you want help with it. Alvin
|Goldrush||RE: Shelton entries|
Looking at his ancestry and birth in IL, I am doubting any Native American heritage for Stephen Ellsworth Shelton. His wife Maggie Hunter was Native American, her mother being Matilda "Tillie" Hunter.
Added by Goldrush on Dec 03, 2013 8:21 PM
I noticed you are descended from John and Esther Boyle McNary. I am descended from James and Jennet Robinson McNary.
|Shari Hanson Frey||McNary's|
My line goes back to Hugh McNary, born in Scotland about 1720, m. Janet Logan in Basking Ridge, New Jersey. Hugh died in Rowa, NC. His son John, who m. Ann Hillis in Rowan, NC died in Kentucky. Their daughter Elizabeth, b. SC and d. in Springfield, Sangamon, IL, married John Blue Jr in Bourbon County, KY.
|Sidney||RE: Moore photo|
Next time I am at Fairview I will take an over-all picture of the room for you. The walls are covered in niches from the floor to about 6 feet high. The bottom 2 or 3 rows are these small niches with solid fronts and just plates with a last name. Above them are larger niches, some solid front, but most glass front with urns, photos, etc inside.
Added by Sidney on Oct 10, 2013 2:39 PM
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