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LBS (#47347795)
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Bio Photo I am researching Byrne/Byrn, Fifield/Pease/Smith, Cowden/Couden, Burtnett/Burnett, Coy/Champlin, Card, Cahoon and the Colquhoun Clan and also enjoy visiting cemeteries in different regions with my husband and fulfilling photo requests. If there is a memorial you would like updated or transferred, please let me know.

Feel free to use the tombstone photos my husband has taken that I have submitted or sent to you, in any way you choose, except for creating duplicate Find A Grave memorials or adding them to your own memorials for which you have asked me to delete mine, or which you have subsequently deleted after my transferring the memorials to you. Please contact me about using any cemetery profile photos. Thank you.
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John Speer
No problem
When I visit next month, I was planning on adding lot pictures for the other requests I know are unmarked, so I'll add one for that lot, too. Thanks for getting back to me!
Added by John Speer on Jul 23, 2014 12:20 PM
Nagel Family
Thank you so much for the photos.-Jeanne
Added by Nagel Family on Jul 23, 2014 11:41 AM
John Speer
Elisha Starbuck in Nantucket
He is unmarked. Are you looking for a general photo of the empty lot itself?
Added by John Speer on Jul 22, 2014 8:39 AM
Re: Matthew English
I deleted the memorial I entered. I just say please delete. I hope the other one will be deleted as well. One CORRECT one is all that's needed. I've asked people who seem to prefer to add a cemetery with a "new version" of the cemetery name, so they can add what now becomes a duplicate and I haven't had much luck at that either. I guess an email to Find A Grave is sometimes the only why to get a cemetery name corrected. Sorry about the duplicate, it wasn't intentional. Kathy
Added by Kathy on Jul 10, 2014 12:31 PM
Kay(McIlroy) Freeman
RE: Henry Burick
I am so sorry, I usually looks on both sides. I did go out today and have included his military plaque. I did add his wife Catherine and their son Kenneth to Find A Grave the other day. Their are other Burick's buried here, if you are interested in their gravesite photo's, I will be glad to take more pictures. It was my pleasure to find family for you. Kay
Added by Kay(McIlroy) Freeman on Jul 08, 2014 12:15 AM
RE: Ida Farnsworth

Ida Isabel Shults
born 29 SEP 1882 in California, USA
died 21 JUL 1945 in Alameda County, California

1900 census Sierra, Tehama, CA: Charles L. Farnsworth, aged 23, born Sep 1876, spool tender, bp CA, father IA, mother IL; Isabell I. aged 17, born Sep 1882, married less than one year, no children, bp CA, both parents MO.

1910 census Delta, Shasta, CA: Chas Farnsworth, aged 33, laborer smelter, bp CA, father IA, mother IL; Ida I. aged 27, first marriage for both of ten years, four children w/three living, bp CA, father KY, mother unknown; Irene I. aged 9; Viola E. aged 4; Thurlow C. aged 1 -- all born CA.

1920 census Kennett, Shasta, CA: Charles L. Farnsworth, aged 43, watchman for copper smelter, bp CA, father IA, mother IL; Ida I. aged 37, bp CA, both parents U.S.; Edna V. aged 13; Thurlow C. aged 11 -- both born CA.

1930 census Township 16, Contra Costa, CA: Charles Farnsworth, aged 53, crane man steel works, bp CA, both parents unknown; Ida aged 47, both first married aged 23 & 16, respectively, bp CA, both parents MO; Donald aged 10; daughter Edna Tabber [sic: Tupper], aged 23, bp CA; grandchildren last name Tabber: Daryl aged 4; Barbara Jean aged 2 -- both born CA, both parents CA; grandchild, Carolyn Vosburth, aged 2, bp NV, both parents CA.
Added by Adriana on Jul 07, 2014 10:50 AM
Phil Knox
"Infant son".. who was he?
This is just a guess: This may be a child who died in infancey born to William Travis Troth and wife, the former Anna Billups who were married in 1850.. Just a suspicion on my part. But it would make sense that his name would be "Troth" and that he is buried in a Billups cemetery. Anna was a "Billups".

Added by Phil Knox on Jul 02, 2014 6:48 PM
Phil Knox
Rebecca Troth Haggerty
Hi again..

As mentioned before, I am not sure that we have the right husband for her. But I do feel I know who her parents were. With (hopefully) your permission I just added links to them.

Added by Phil Knox on Jul 02, 2014 4:47 PM
Joanne Scobee Morgan
RE: Peter Ausmus #78819835
I saw that error but that was what was written. I didn't mean for you to change the year. I probably should have changed the error though.
Added by Joanne Scobee Morgan on Jun 30, 2014 2:16 PM
Phil Knox
Rebeccat Troth Haggerty
OK.. I have found a little more. There is another marriage record from the archives (Missouri) that shows Morris Haggerty to Elizabeth A. McCay on 1 Feb (year is very hard to read.. looks like 1857 ort 1859) in Scotland Co., MO.

There is a 1960 (Scotland Co., MO) census record showing Morris Haggerty age 31 born Ireland with wife Elizabeth, age 18, b. Ohio. Haggerty Children shown are Ellen, James, and Mary C. I can find no other Haggerty family in Scotland Co., in 18960 or in later years. Prety sure that in 1860 it is "our" Morris who has remarried after the death of his wife Rebecca.

I have also tried to find the same Morris Haggerty family in other places other than Scotland co., MO. Particularly in Ohio. Found nothing that matches them.

So I think the question remains: Is the morris Haggerty in the cemetery in Ohio the one that should be linked to "our" Rebeccas as we presently have it?

Maybe. But I don't feel very secure about it. It wont hurt my feelings if you think we should remove that link.. What do you think?

Added by Phil Knox on Jun 27, 2014 5:02 PM
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