|John Walker Taylor (#47067573)|
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I live in Pomona Park, Florida. I am currently serving as the president of the Putnam County Genealogical Society. We meet on the first Thursday of every month in Palatka. Feel free to contact me if you are interested in attending one of our meetings.|
Below is a link to my Family Tree Maker website. Please also check out the links to my virtual cemeteries which are also on this page.
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|Phyllis Johnston||Judge Samuel Johnston's grave site|
Have you found any new information on the burial site of Judge Samuel Johnston? I agree that the Bethlehem Churchyard Cemetery is a logical place. When I did research in Hunterdon County no one knew for sure where he was buried; it was only known that he requested in his will that he be buried in the Bethlehem Cemetery. It's a great puzzle that such a well-known man seemed to have no stone.
Thanks for reading this message.
|Joanne Paisley||Re: Rebecca Taylor|
Hello, Rebecca Taylor remarried and married Rev. William A. Dowdell. She was buried in Ebenezer Cemetery outside Bethesda. Except for their two names everything else is unreadable. I am going to Ohio in two weeks and will try to get a picture of the marker. Joanne
|perryrob1||Sarah B. Maull Neal|
Dear Mr. Taylor,
Thank you for your picture of Sarah Neal's
She is a descendant of the last child of my
4th greatgrandfather, Levi Perry, of Russell County, Alabama.
Are you related to her or to the Neal family?
I am interested in making family contact to share information and learn about Sarah's family and life.
My email address is email@example.com
Thanks in advance,
|Carol Adams Hays ||RE: Holliday Tombstones|
I can't say positively, but, got the information from another "tree" on ancestry.com that the child's headstone was noted as being 1 yr, 5 mths and x number days old. So, think they there should be a headstone for at least the infant. Hopefully, her mother will be right there with her.
|SuzanneTF||RE: Dr. Suggs|
The military ones are alphabetized separately. Look higher on the list under deacon?
(Weird if it really isn't there, but that's my only other thought of where to look).
|SuzanneTF||RE: Dr. Suggs|
If you "Edit Name," it's in the Prefix pulldown menu.
I am going to this cemetery tomorrow to take pictures. In order for me to take a picture of Augustus' grave, I need written permission. If you could email me written permission I will be happy to take a photo for you. Also include the plot number if possible. My email is located on my profile page.
Added by RamHow7 on Nov 30, 2012 11:56 AM
|MARDELLA LEE||William Saunders|
Putnam, Fl and passed away in Boynton Beach, FL June 28, 1929. His death certificate lists birthplace Columbia Co FL and father Jim Saunders (could be Samuel Jim Saunders?) The 1850 US Federal Census has him in Division 14, Alachua, FL and 1860 US Federal Census has him in Division 20, Putnam, FL with Samuel Saunders, Tabitha Saunders, Ocilla Saunders (Braddock /Padgett)born in Florida 1845, Martha Saunders, Tabitha Saunders and William Saunders. This matches notes I found regarding Ollie Saunders (Glisson) family. On brother William no children one adopted son Henry, sister Lilla married Padgett Crescent City. This is my grandmother's side of the family. My father's side of the family has Bertha Lee Braddock who was married to Henry Braddock. When is the Putnam Genealogical Society opened? I am trying to determine if my grandmother's family was in Florida in 1845 when it became a State.
|Angie Hertzberg Martin||RE: Adolph Savant|
I have tried to look her up, no luck. Her number must be unlisted :(
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