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I have lived and worked in Southern Illinois all my life.At present, I live in the Carterville,Il. area along with my wife and Jack Russel Terrior.I have two sons, a grandson,and Granddaughter whom I am very proud of.My family came from Germany to America in 1709, arriving in New York.then on to Southern Illinois in 1852.I am past president and founding member of the Johnson Co.Genealogical and Historical Society based out of Vienna,Il.our Society has published many books on the HIstory of Johnson Co,Il.and it's people.Including most of the census Records.|
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|Kandi Kinney||S Glen Young|
Thank you for taking the time to add the historical data and photos for S. Glen Young. His father George Buchanan Young is the brother of my GGGrandfather Charles Franklin Young.
|Ann Maree||Mitchell Webb|
Oh for Pete's sake--as soon as I posted that last message I realized there are two Mitchell Webbs, and I was confused which one I was looking at on your memorials. So sorry! :) oops. I am looking for information about Mitchell born in 1837.
|Ann Maree||Mitchell Webb|
Hoping you can help with a mystery: Mitchell's stone is clearly a "modern" replacement stone, not an original stone. This memorial and stone indicate death in 1869, but some records indicate death in 1904. Do you know who placed this stone? Do you have a death record, probate/will, or obit for Mitchell Webb? I'm working on this line for a dear friend, and would like to be able to find a death record which proves date/year of death. If he died in 1869, who is "Michael" Webb who remains married to Marina Kelly Webb? Any info you have would be very much appreciated. I am going to look up the original records in person this week. So hope to find some answers! :) I'm primarily interested in his daughter Signora, and there is some question as to whether or not she was adopted too. Thanks for any help you can give me. I really appreciate it.
|michael farmer||dutton 2|
I am interested in locating the Dutton cemetery 2 on Potts hill in Hardin county. I have narrowed my search to an intersection off highway 1 called peabody road. Anything you can help with would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
|Weldonna (Suits) Shetron||Never mind|
I have spoken to L. Suits and now know the truth.
|Weldonna (Suits) Shetron||Weldon Suits|
I believe the person 'Lorene Suits' was my father, Weldon's, twin sister. My father died in 1958, when I was 2, and he was married to my mother, Vaviel (Ralph) Suits.
Submitted by Weldonna (Suits) Shetron.
|Darlene Burkett||Fairview Cemetery|
I was hoping you could give me directions to or GPS coordinates for Fairview Cemetery in Frankfort, Franklin County. I live in Iowa at present, but have a LITTLE knowledge of the area.
Thank you, Darlene Burkett
|Steven Siener||Seiner Grave|
Hi my name is Steven R. Siener I am currently researching the Siener family in and around Hardin County Illinois. I am interested in what you know about the two Seiner graves you have posted from the Central Cemetery in Hardin County. I understand some of the Sieners in Hardin County changed the spelling from Siener to Seiner. Any information you can give me would be great
|Jerry G. Marable||Photo Request|
Hi: I wrote you an e-mail on Nov. 23, 2008, almost a year ago now and it came back as undeliverable. Then I left you a message on this page but never heard from you. Are you still living in Hardin County, IL? I very much would like to get a grave photo of my Marable family who is buried in the Dutton #2, Potts Hill cemetery, Hardin county, IL. the grave photos I would love to have are: William Mason Marable, born 8-31-1807 in Rutherford County, TN and died in Hardin County, IL 9-26-1869.Also, his wife Nancy Harris Marable should be buried there as well. I have no birth or death dates on her and they had 3 children: Dr. Braxton Marable who is buried in the Love Cemetery in Crittenden Co. (I have his picture).Also a daughter Mary Ann may be buried there and an infant daughter Marable who died in 1840 is supposedly buried there as well. But most of all I would love a picture of William Mason Marable and his wife Nancy if at all possible. I live in the southern most part of Mississippi and travel there would be next to impossible. Thanks so much and I hope to hear from you soon. My e-mail is: JGMJERRYGRAY@LIVE.COM
|Paul W. Sprous||Williamson Co., IL Cemeteries|
I am trying to find Motsingers that are burried in Williamson Co., IL. I know they used Mount Pleasant, Ferrell, Pleasant Grove and, Coal Bank Springs Cemeteries. I would also like to have photos of thier headstones. Do you know how I can get this info?
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