|Kathryn Maxwell (#47770246)|
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Iowa Farm Girl|
Former athlete, community volunteer, educated in Radiology.
I will kindly transfer memorials which I have entered on find-a-grave to appropriate relatives.
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|The Irish Lady||Goldenrod Cemetery-Darl and Ardes Barnhart|
Many thanks for getting this headstone onto Find A Grave. I searched for this relative for a while and am so glad I found him.
I wonder if you'd allow me to use the picture in the family research, with credit of course?
The Irish Lady - Gail
|The Locator||Lee Marvin Willhour|
You sent me a correction that I had made a duplicate memorial for Mr Willhour. I checked the cemetery record and found only the memorial that I had created. Can you tell me what the other memorial # is so I can go from there................
|Shirley Jo||Laura Mae Head - Find A Grave Memorial# 92555505|
|Sandra Mangum||RE: John Sargood|
Interesting. The oldest Sargood I think is the brother (or some relative) of our John Preston S. who was born in 1759 and died in 1830. Our family descends from him and Susannah Roderick. Susannah R. Sargood then married John Peter Ginther. The family moved to Poweshiek Co., Iowa. They must be related in some way to the other John Sargoods. One, I think was either this John's son or our John Preston's. Hmmm. Always more questions than answers.
If I ever figure it out, I'll write you.
Thanks so much!
|Sandra Mangum||John Sargood|
Thanks for the information and the photo of the stone of John Sargood. Raises questions, however. Do you know more information about this John? Seems he was born early for the birth location to be in Iowa. We are related to the Sargoods through my Gt. grandmother. . If you have more information please writ me.
Thanks Sandra Stonehocker email@example.com
|Severian||Cora Hull (# 36831618), pt. 2|
Just as an aside, I've found a marriage record for her parents (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XJXT-VJ6) and a census record for her mother at age 9 (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MDVW-1YL).
The 1870 census record seems to confirm the "Cyntha" spelling of her mother's name, and both records cited above show her birth name to have been Mcintyre or Mcintire (spelling differs on the two records).
Added by Severian on Oct 05, 2015 1:34 PM
|Severian||Cora Hull (# 36831618)|
You contributed the gravestone photo on the memorial in the subject line. Since you're an "Iowa farm girl," I'm hoping that adds up to you living somewhere near Goldenrod Cemetery.
If you do, could you see if there are more Hulls buried at Goldenrod (none are on Find a Grave). I'm particularly looking for her parents, William Bryon and Cynthia Alice Hull.
Her mother may be listed as Alice. I have two census records for her, one of which gives her name as "Cyntha" A. Hull, another as Alice Hull. I'm guessing that first name was Cynthia (census error are SO common!), and that she used Alice.
Thanks for any help you can provide. My only connection to this family is through Cora's younger brother, William Leland Hull, who married a distant cousin, and is buried in Arkansas.
Fred (aka Severian)
Added by Severian on Oct 04, 2015 7:07 AM
Thank you for the wonderful headstone photos for Clyde C Williamson and his wife Bertha M (Mereness) Williamson. It's so nice to locate family members! And a huge thank you for all you do for all of us who are unable to be in Iowa. All the best - Jo
Added by Jo on Oct 03, 2015 9:23 AM
|Joanne Scobee Morgan||Joseph boustead vs Robert|
I think you are right. My sister was married to a Boustead and she agrees with you. She said he ended up in Seattle because every year at Christmas time, he would send some kind of fish... she thought salmon, to his sons' families. My brother-in-law was John Walker Boustead, Jr.
|Lawsonail||Mary Ann Armstrong Newcomb|
Mary Ann (Armstrong) Newcomb #107430370 - was md 22 Mar 1916 with her parents listed as Thomas Armstrong & Margaret Barker - she is also listed with this family in the 1900 & 1910 census.
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