|MissT||RE: John Binkley Find A Grave Memorial# 131129883|
Sorry, but I honestly do not know. I was working on a few photo requests at this cemetery and there was a couple of them that I was unable to locate. So I copied off the cemetery transcription that was done back in the mid 80's and added him from that. I'd say the death date is definitely wrong and was probably recorded wrong. I've come across this a lot when going by some of the cemetery transcriptions. I have made the transfer to you seeing how you are related. If there are any others you would like just let me know. ;)
Added by MissT on Jul 07, 2014 11:31 AM
|Alfred Decker||Mary Amanda Binkley|
I am still looking into this. The info I have came from the library at New Lexington but now I am questioning it I now believe that Mary Amanda is a sister to Daniel. It is strange that Daniel is not found in an 1870 census since he died after the census was taken. But Catherine was not found in an 1870 census either. I will continue to look into this matter.
|mutchmj||Hayes Presidential Library Obituary Index|
this is the link to the Hayes Presidential Library Obituary Index
Added by mutchmj on Jun 27, 2014 2:57 AM
Last Name: OVERMIER
First Name: CATHERINE
Spouse Last Name: OVERMIER
Spouse First Name: JACOB E
Age at Time of Death: 38
Month of Death: 5
Day of Death: 7
Year of Death: 1851
None listed for this person.
None listed for this person.
Other source (non-newspaper).
There is 1 non-newspaper source for this person.
Source: Binkley Cemetery (Request Form)
Source Data: P 258
There is 1 note for this person:
Note 1: PHOTO OF TOMBSTONE IN CEMETERY BOOK
Added by mutchmj on Jun 27, 2014 2:54 AM
|Linda||RE: Nellie Stevens Sellers #130240215|
I've researched a little and found that Nellie Stevens married David O. Sellers (his 2nd wife) and died as a Sellers (CA death records). Although Greenwood has a card for her, there is nothing listed on the card as to a location. She was cremated by Johnson & Saum mortuary and their records are supposedly held by El Camino Mortuary in Sorrento Valley (northern San Diego). The information on the card listed a niece, Anna Stevens. Perhaps her remains were kept by a family member? Her husband is buried in the family plot at Paola Cemetery, Kansas (#34714547). A listing online showed that he married Nellie in 1922 after his first wife Clara died in 1918. I will be removing the photo request from my end since the cemetery has no listing for her location. Let me know if I can help in any other way. Linda E.
Added by Linda on May 31, 2014 12:07 PM
|bud smith||Arthur Stevens|
Gary.... I checked all the cemetery records and had the Woodlawn Cemetery Director confirm that Mr Stevens is not buried in Woodlawn. His death certificate is inaccurate. Sorry.
|Dawn J||Cuma R Probasco|
I just posted her headstone and burial plot numbers.
Added by Dawn J on Apr 11, 2014 11:12 PM
|Floyd||Wife of Henry Ridenour|
I recently saw your message on Trina's page (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=46897434) about the wife of one Henry Ridenour (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=33967903). I have information on the wife of the Henry Ridenour cited which indicates that she was a Branthoover. If you want to know more or what my sources are, please contact me at the e-mail address listed on my Find-a-Grave page (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&GRid=33967903&MRid=46567348&).
Added by Floyd on Mar 01, 2014 10:42 AM
|SC22||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 45702939|
I looked at the photo and it views OK. From time to time FindAGrave experiences difficulty with their website and photo's won't show up, but I think if you look again you will find it is OK.
Added by SC22 on Feb 14, 2014 8:58 AM
|<3 from Michigan||Dr. & Mrs. P.J. Ellsworth at Forest Cemetery|
I am so sorry about my tardy response to your message about Philip Job Ellsworth & Mary E. Ellsworth - aka Dr. P.J. Ellworth & Mrs P.J. Ellsworth. Your guess is correct, these are one in the same people. If you get the chance to look for their gravesites I would be most appreciative. I competely understand if it may take some time for you to be able to do so. I live in Michigan and we have way too much snow on the ground right now to even think about searching cemeteries here.
Thanks for your consideration!
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