|Jim Hunt (#47008269)|
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My family and I enjoy researching our family history. We've found findagrave.com to be very helpful. If you have something to add to any of my postings, please contact me. I have, and encourage, a liberal transfer policy. If you are related and I'm not, a transfer is in order. Feel free to use any of my photos.|
Principle areas of research are Blinston(e), Hope, Connolly, Kasich, Hardin, Cornwall, Messinger, McCaleb/McKillop, Edwards, Wooton/Wooten, Willard.
Findagrave.com has become a mainstay of my family history research. Thanks to all my fellow findagraver's out there for the fabulous work you do. We all benefit from each other's work.
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Thanks so much for contributing these photos, and then transferring them to me. Peter and Selma are my great-grandparents.
Added by sdny on Dec 23, 2014 6:24 PM
|Pat Shaw||Leonard Memorial# 57097856|
His father James William Leonard was born Feb. 7, 1853 which means this son was sired with his dad was 5 yrs old. James William Leonard mar. Junia in 1876 and the 1910 census indicates Junia had one child. There is a Prince Leonard buried near Junia who was born in 1878 and died in infancy in 1878. The headstone clearly states Son of J.W. & J.M. Leonard however I can see the 8 m 24 days NOT 19 years and would like for you to remove that he married a man Howard Johnson which is an error. I gave you the link to his father and would appreciate your sorting out this babies memorial, please. Thank you
Death: Mar. 18, 1878
Junia Melcenia Ireland Leonard (1856 - 1913)
Howard Johnson (1897 - 1972)
Son of J.W. & J.M. Leonard, Aged 19 yrs 8 m 24 days
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Created by: Jim Hunt
Record added: Aug 15, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 57097856
Added by Pat Shaw on Nov 30, 2014 8:03 AM
|S. Sealander||RE: Dollie Washburn|
You are very welcome. I am sorry it took so long; between the rain storms we so desperately need here and other obligations, I couldn't get over there right away. Not a very good photo, but the information on the plaque is very faded.
|macso||RE: Loren Criss|
You're very welcome. Glad I could be of help. Chris
Added by macso on Oct 22, 2014 1:37 PM
|Matt Kessler||Oskar Schugg (1893-1946)|
Oskar Schugg was born in Allgäu, Bavaria, Germany and his brother Gilbert (Gebhard) Schugg was born in Missen,Allgäu, Bavaria, Germany.
parents of Oskar and Gilbert:
-Franz Ludwig Schugg ( b. 1851 in Baad, Kleinwalsertal, Vorarlberg, Austria and died 1931 in Oberbeuren,Allgäu, Bavaria, Germany)
-Anastasia Schugg née Schwarzmann ( 1859-1929)
Oskar was the brother of
Karl Gallus Schugg,
Johann Anton Schugg,
Peter Paul Schugg,
Maria Walburga Schugg,
Gebhard 'Gilbert' Schugg,
Josef Wilhelm Schugg,
Peter Paul Schugg,
Maria Karolina Schugg,
Maria Ludwina Schugg
Oskar was the grandson of Johann Anton Schugg and Maria Genoveva Schugg nèe Kessler of Riezlern, Kleinwalsertal (little Walser valley), Vorarlberg, Austria
St Clements Church Salford Lancashire
8 July 1897.
Robert Alfred Ernest Bell 39 Clerk in Holy orders.
Abode 34 Rectory Road Burnley Lancashire
Caroline Norbury Harthan 30 Abode 1 Race St Salford.
Fathers: Robert Bell Woollen Merchant
John Harthan (Decd) Silk Manufacturer
Witness: Herbert Durnville Harthan : Agnes Antoinett Harthan : Jane Burburry
I got pics per your request for the Wooton graves. They are surrounded by trees. I kept going back and going back and checking on the graves hoping they would both be in full sun at least for a few minutes but as it was, only Larry's stone got into full sun. Notice the difference the sun makes on the picture. Both stones were really dirty and the letters were plugged full of moss. I got them all cleaned up so they would look better.
It could be that both stones would be in full sun in say late June to July when the sun is at a higher angle.
|Richard Minshull||RE: Blinston Family|
Your most welcome - glad I could help
Thank you for your response and for permission to use your pictures.
I have mostly been in the Grapevine cemetery, still have shirt tail relatives in Rosedale and my 3rd gt grand mother, Nancy (Baynes) Barnes is buried in the Arcadia cemetery.
Thank you, Faye
Added by Faye on Sep 16, 2014 7:11 PM
|Linda Lenhard||Edna Mae Dowell Kocsis|
Do you mind if I use your photo of Edna's tombstone for my Ancestry and Family Search sites? I will give you full credit for the photo.
Linda Walton Lenhard #47483706
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