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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.

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Ken Saylor Jr.
RE: Isaac Scarborough #52798727 - Buckingham Friends Cemetery
Hi, I got most of my info from 2 books downloaded from googlebooks. This has been some time ago and the books are on a computer that is now in storage. One was on Bucks County and the other if I remember right was either on the Kirk or Scarborough families. He is also in my tree, he was not a blood relative but by marriage or sibling somewhere along the line.

Ken
Added by Ken Saylor Jr. on Aug 18, 2014 2:54 PM
Rodger
RE: O D Crandall #84694097 - Rose Hill, Brookfield, MO
the source is John Cortland Crandall's book. He is listed as #987. Census records, 1880, 1910.
Added by Rodger on Aug 18, 2014 11:40 AM
Holly Bonorden Jentsch
RE: Jewel J Daniels Fowler
Okay but I didn't know why you weren't using it except maybe you couldn't read them. I didn't open the picture to see if it was readable at a larger format. The window size I was using to upload multiple listings at a time isn't as big as just one.
Added by Holly Bonorden Jentsch on Aug 12, 2014 3:50 PM
Holly Bonorden Jentsch
RE: Jewel J Daniels Fowler
I posted the picture because I requested to put in the dates and that is my 'proof' of the dates. I thought it odd that the picture was viewable clearly and actually the picture I uploaded was not my best one either. I was having 'issues' with uploading to Find A Grave that day so I guess i was one digit off the next picture.
Added by Holly Bonorden Jentsch on Aug 12, 2014 3:33 PM
Carl Catherman
Eva & Wilbur Bower
Thank you very much for fulfilling my photo request.
Added by Carl Catherman on Aug 11, 2014 7:28 AM
Henry Boore
RE: Mary Lou ans William Pressly
You are welcome. I am glad I can help.
Added by Henry Boore on Aug 04, 2014 3:07 PM
Sara Patton
RE: Sarah Whitney Billups
Anna's tombstone in the photo has fallen. My own visit to Gilboa cemetery, Hancock Co, IN in June 2009, proved fruitless as we could not find the headstone and of those we could see, a majority were totally illegible. The story of her tombstone is another story which I will send to you via email
Added by Sara Patton on Jul 31, 2014 3:57 PM
Holly Bonorden Jentsch
RE: John and Annie Clemon/Clemons
Cemetery was not in good shape when I was there. Looks like a fire had gone through in the recent past because so much debris and downed limbs/trees and new growth. I literally was climbing over or under brush to get to some markers. Someone mowed a path to their family's markers in the back but most in the back away from the highway was almost impassable.
Added by Holly Bonorden Jentsch on Jul 31, 2014 3:42 PM
Sara Patton
RE: Sarah Whitney Billups
I forgot to mention another primary source document:
1850, Feb 25: James Billups and Sarah Billups of Scotland Co, MO appoint James Hayzlett of Hancock Co, IN their attorney. Sarah said to be of lawful age. (Kanawha Co, WV Deed Bk Q:265) To me, with all the other primary sources mentioned earlier, this is a clincher that your Sarah and my Sarah are one in the same.

There is also additional circumstantial evidence that points to her Hayzlett family. She names her first son John, her first daughter Anna (her parents names) and another daughter "Dicey" after her sister Dicey Hayzlett King. A very unusual name and one I've not seen before the Hayzletts.

My question to you or the others who claim her to be someone else's daughter is what kind of primary evidence do they have that is better than a will, deed records, probate records, and census records-ALL primary sources--that actually give her name, list her as "my child", give her husband's name, their location and year of birth that fits in with her siblings. This is a bonanza of primary evidence that most genealogists would die for! But I leave it to you to continue to debate it. It's enough for me!


Added by Sara Patton on Jul 31, 2014 11:28 AM
Sara Patton
RE: Sarah Whitney Billups
As a historian myself, I don't understand why you don't accept county records like wills, deeds and probate records that name people by name as primary documents. What do you consider primary documents?
Added by Sara Patton on Jul 31, 2014 12:39 AM
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