|Cathy Morgan (#47514740)|
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I can't think of anything more fun on a road trip than actually finding the cemetery you are looking for and then the excitement when spotting the gravestones. Digital cameras have taken so much of the anxiety out of this endeavor these days. |
I have similar feelings looking on Find A Grave for my family. I am very appreciative to all who add their photos and obituaries on these memorials.
I have been working on family history seriously since 1985 when my niece asked me a question I could not answer. I looked for that puzzle piece and that led to the next. It never ends!
My special interest is my Page Family line which begins in SC with the children of John and Anne Page of Laurens Co, SC.
I am also interested in my local history and support our genealogical society.
I share my research freely so any additional information I have on families I will gladly share. Good luck in your searches!
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|KathyTwin||RE: Emily Wiberg|
If you search New Sabyland, both Wiberg and Weburg, you'll find all the markers with either name. I photographed all that I could find.
|Carol Kaye||George Sanders|
Thanks for the info.
|Lorene Lechner||Louise Linville Gilkey|
Thank you for correcting the few errors on this page so quickly. You are amazing! Yes, please do forward whatever information you would like to the Scio Historical Society. My Gilkey family is most appreciative! Take care. Lorene Gilkey Lechner
|Anthony Lubke||RE: Yvonne Daniel|
Hi, So nice to talk again. I have not been actively working on my families, as you may have noticed. But Judi recently discovered Find a grave and her enthusiasm has at least got me to sharing what I already think I know. Yes I will take this record if you transfer it.
Are you still in Scio sp..
Hope you are well and Happy.
|Debra Stewart||Ada Larkin Page|
Do you have a copy of the book " A History of Tumbling Creek, Humphreys County Tennessee, Volume 1, W. L. Ethridge, Sr."? I have used it a lot to find information about Taylortown. It does have a few errors in it, but most of the information is correct. It might help you also.
|Debra Stewart||RE: Ada Larkin Page|
You are welcome and I'm glad you agree with me. I will let you know if I find more information.
|Debra Stewart||Ada Larkin Page and Infant son of G. N. Larkin|
I studied the photo to better read the transcription for Infant Larkin and I noticed that it has son of parents G. N. and L. B instead of L. R.
I have been unable to find anything that states that Thomas J. Page remarried anyone named Ida. I think that Ada Larkin Page's stone was placed after he died and she had no marker until then. It does not look too old. The foot stones have Aunt and Uncle on them. Since the dates are not complete on her stone,and are also incorrect, I think someone could have also been confused on Ida instead of Ada.I am just guessing, I could be very wrong.
|Debra Stewart||RE: Ida Page|
I found Ada Larkin Page's death certificate and it shows she was born July 2, 1882 and died March 10, 1957. I will be going back to the cemetery sometime this week to see if I can figure out this mystery. I don't know if the headstone has a major mistake or Mr. Page remarried. I have not found any record of a marriage to someone named Ida. I will keep looking. Thanks for letting me know.
|Ben Tilford Calvert||RE: James &|
You are so welcome. Owenton is a very well kept cemetery. I always enjoy my visits there. Thanks for the acknowledgement. Ben
|Debra Stewart||RE: Taylortown Cemetery|
I am still working on the cemetery, as you know it takes quite a while to get finished.
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