|Lesa Epperson (#46576986)|
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I have been doing genealogy for many years. One of my favorite things in researching is visiting cemeteries. I love to just walk around the tombstones and try to imagine what the people's lives might have been like. I have been contributing tombstone pictures to this site to help fellow genealogists that are a distance away that can't visit their relative's gravesite in person. |
My family has been a big assistance to me in my project for this website. My son, Trenton, my daughter, Alena, and my husband, Terry, have helped me take tombstone photos. So a big "THANKS" goes out to all three of them!!
Quote from Findagrave: "The goal is not to "own" every memorial of those to whom you are related. THE ULTIMATE GOAL SHOULD BE TO HAVE MEANINGFUL, ACCURATE MEMORIALS THAT HONOR THOSE WHO HAVE PASSED AWAY, REGARDLESS OF WHO CREATED THE MEMORIAL OR WHO MAINTAINS IT." Please keep this in mind when you request a transfer as it takes a lot of time and money to do research to add memorials to this site. I love working on this site, but I have run into some problems just recently.
I DO WELCOME ADDITIONS, CORRECTIONS AND FAMILY LINKS. The more information the better!! I usually get the updates done within 1 or 2 days.
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Anita Epperson, Carolyn Schwab, Dan Carpenter, Daryl Bruner, Janet Mackey-Bo..., L. S. W., L. Villanueva, Paula Dye, Russ Nixon, Sharon, Sherry Zeller, Steve Kruger, Tim & Grace
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|Diane Russell||Silas Clark|
I just visited Mt. Pisgah cemetery in Georgetown, Illinois and was saddened to see a lot of damage done to gravestones. There was also older gravestones seen in the brush.....which hadn't been mowed. I did find my great great grandfather who started our farm in 1864 with 3 other members of his family. I could not find a child named Mary who died it seems when she was 11 yrs. Old. I found Mary first wife, Nancy second wife that our line is from, and their daughter Clara. Their son Isaac which is my great grandfather is buried in indianola woodruff? Cemetery with his wife and my grandparents.my question is can you find little Mary's gravesite and is there a way I can get access to all family members buried at Mt. Pisgah in case there are more? Is there a way to purchase or receive a list of all people buried at mt. Pisgah? Thanks for any help. Diane Russell
|Sarah Treuer||Frank Goodwine tombstone|
Frank Goodwine b. Dec. 6, 1841 d. Aug. 31, 1888 says no tombstone will you go check his wife Emma L. (Walker) Goodwine and look around it again. It is possible 2 tombstone in one like front and back of tombstone. Please double check with that again. His wife Emma L. (Walker) Goodwine you did took a picture of her where her husband? She was born March 17 1852 d. May 16, 1883 at West Lebanon Cemetery. Let me know about it! thanks! Sarah Treuer email me SarahTreuer88@yahoo.com
|AngelWings||David Epperson 1734|
Love these smart phones👎 "thought you might like to use the information about 'Charles' on his memorial" 😇
|AngelWings||Last Will & Testament-David Epperson 1734|
NOTE: Charles Epperson, Son of David Epperson, in 'Will'...
But you might like to put the information regarding Charles on his memorial 😇
I David Epperson of Virginia and County Albemarle, being through the mercy of God of sound mind and memory, do make appoint constitute and ordain this my last will and testament and desire it to be received by all as such. Imprimis my soul I humbly bequeath to God who gave it me. My body I commit to the earth from whence it was taken to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executrix and executors hereafter mentioned. My will is and I positively order that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid out of my estate, my will is and I desire that my estate be neither appraised nor sold. Item the 1st I lend unto my beloved wife all my estate real and personal during her natural life. Item the 2nd I give and bequeath unto my son Charles Epperson his heirs and assigns forever one half of my land so as to include the mansion [sic] spot whereon I now live. Item I give and bequeath unto my son John Epperson his heirs and assigns forever the other half of my land. Item 3d I give unto my eleven children, viz, Robert, James, Thompson, William, John, and Charles Epperson, Judith Gardner, Elizabeth Proctor, Susanna Langford, Hannah Freeman and Lucy Burke [Burch?] to them and their heirs and assigns forever, all my stock of every kind whatsoever and household and [kitchen?] furniture together with the rest of my estate whatsoever not heretofore divided to be equally divided among them. Lastly I do nominate and appoint my wife Hannah Epperson Executrix James Epperson and Jonathan Langford Executors of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty 2 day of February one thousand seven hundred and ninety nine.
Signed, sealed and delivered
In the presence of Test.
David Epperson (Seal)
his D mark
At Albemarle October Court 1799
This last will and testament of David Epperson dec'd. was produced unto court and proved by the oathes of John Hall Nathan Hall and Candis Hall witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded.
|Candi||Abe and Elizabeth Hunter|
Thank you so much Lesa for the transfer of my great grandparents Abe and Elizabeth. They had seven children and I knew all but two of them. I also have a few vague memories of Elizabeth. It means a lot to me to get them all linked for future generations. Thanks again for all the work you have do on here!
Added by Candi on Jul 09, 2016 12:52 PM
|Shasta-wildflower||Isabella Martha Oliphant Tinsley #24068857|
I was wondering what information you have on Isabella Martha Oliphant Tinsley on her being buried at the Moran Cemetery, Moran, Ks.
She is my Great great Grandmother and I am trying to track down her burial. Her husband Moses Wesley is buried in Green Mountain Cemetery in Mountain Grove, Missouri with a field stone and slab stone.
I just visited with the cemetery records person from Moran Cemetery and they do not have on record that Isabella is buried there. Can you help me on this?
|pacaw||Sarah's Maiden Name|
The Indiana death certificates are now online on Ancestry.com. On the death certificate of Sarah's son, Richard R. Russell, it lists her maiden name as Sarah Thompson.
Sarah Thompson married William Hendrickson in 1822 in Spencer County, IN. In 1835, she married John Russell in Vermillion County, IN. In John Russell's will, he leaves money to the children of William Hendrickson (John's step-children).
Added by pacaw on Jun 26, 2016 5:09 PM
I forgot to add: Find A Grave Memorial# 36062654
Added by Publico on Jun 26, 2016 3:36 PM
I am researching the Lewin family. Clara Clyden married Frank Lewin first, George Johnson second and Charles Murphy third. In the 1930 census Clara lives with her daughter, Gladys, in Danville, IL and is listed a widowed. However, her supposed deceased husband is shown as living with his stepson, Floyd Lewin in Hoopeston, IL in the same 1930 US Census.
Do you have further information about the complex family I have illustrated above?
Thanks for your efforts in support of Find-A-Grave. I do a little of that myself.
Added by Publico on Jun 26, 2016 1:37 PM
|Sandi Evilsizer Koscak||Floy Hillier Hester|
Please ignore my question about her maiden name. I have confirmed it on my own. Funny for such a strange name to fit the dates and pieces of 2 different puzzles. , but then, that is what makes this research exciting and rewarding. My Floy (or Flock) Dale Nuckolls was supposed to have run away with a dentist and was never heard from again..Sorry to have bothered you. The hunt goes on
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