|Julie Marsh (#47033334)|
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I enjoy genealogy, from working on friends and family trees to helping others. |
I will make corrections to people I have added but please use the edit buttons. Also I am related to most of the people I have added unless from the Sacramento City Cemetery. If you are related to someone I have added from there I will be happy to transfer them.
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|RAP||Question about William Wilde|
I claimed your photo request for William Wilde at Forest Lawn in Saginaw, MI. Memorial reads 1959-1924. The stone I located had a different date, 1864-1924. It was a shared stone with Elizabeth 1858-1913. Do you think this is the same person? I only found one adult William Wilde in the library search buried at Forest Lawn. I will most likely add photo and request an edit for the year of birth.
Added by RAP on Apr 18, 2015 3:17 PM
|Doreen Harvey||hi julz|
thought I would tell you, Elizabeth and John Barrett had 2 sons; Aaron in 1837 and William in 1839.
I have Aaron and Harriett had 6 children; Ada E b Mar 1867, d Jan 30 1937; son b 1869 d 1869; Edith July 10 1870 d Jan 30 1940 Andrew Joseph Dec 24 1877 d July 13 1931 Ruby Nov 18 1879 d 1961; Alfred Apr 15 1885 d 1931.
J P Barretts will *1881, said Wm lived in Ann Arbor Mich...found him in 1880 census, Wm and Lois (Parks) Barrett, St Josephs, Berrien C0, Mich. They had William S b 1876 and Elizabeth E b 1878in St Josephs
Berrien Co, m John McGoldrick in 1902 in Benton Harbor, Berrien Co and another daughter Laura M on May 25 1861 in Benton Harbor. Dont know where or when William died///his wife Louise Parks b Nov 19 1854 Penn d Sep 11 1933 Benton Harbor.
|Mike Totman||RE: Boyntons and Marsh family's|
Abraham Boyton buried his wife in 1824 in an orchard (no orchard now). At first he allowed family members and friends to be buried there. As it grew in size he gave the land to the Baptist church which is right across the road. He gave them 10 acres and it became the old baptist burying ground. In the 1850's it became a seperate organization and purchased an additional 6 acres from Alpheas West for a total of 16. (that is the size today) In ~1870 it was incorporated as the McLean Cemetery Association.It is still an active cemetery, our board of trustees meets on a regular basis. There are many Boyntos and Marshs, Harts,Fitts etc. here from that early time. D.B.Marsh was a prominent business man in McLean in it's boom days. One of the general stores that he operated is still here and you can see "D.B.Marsh and Co." printed on some of the old beams. If you are on facebook there are 2 groups you might find interesting. Ask to join The "McLean Cemetery Association" and the "McLean NY Historical Society"
|Mike Totman||McLean Cemetery|
Hi, I am the caretaker and sexton for the McLean cemetery. I'll get a picture of the Boyntons on here sometime this week. Betsey was the first burial in this cemetery.Abraham buried her in an orchard and later allowed friends to be buried here. He donated 5 acres and later an additional 11 acres were donated by Alpheas West. Are you related to these Marsh's? I have many!
|Clarence Morris||Isaac DeCow|
According to Norfolk County records Isaac DeCow is buried in the "Doan's Hollow Cemetery" and not the Port Dover Cemetery as indicated in his memorial.
If you look up "Norfolk Genealogy" you will find a video on the Doan's Hollow Cemetery. I will endeavour to locate his grave stone for you when time permits.
|RONALD ROGGOW||RE: Marsh Family|
Hi Julie, Sorry I didn't see your message until now. No, I am not related. Would you like me to tranfer to you as you are related?
|Mike Cronk||RE: Daniel & Nancy Dickson - Bailey Cemetery|
It was my pleasure.
|Mike Cronk||Daniel & Nancy Dickson - Bailey Cemetery|
Good Evening Julie,
There were more graves to photograph than you were earlier lead to believe. I suspect they would not have been as obvious to the eye in the morning hours as the Dickson Monument and inscription face west. These are now photographed and posted on their respective 'Find A Grave' memorial sites.
You take your time.
I'll be waiting to hear from you.
I'm glad you liked the photos.
Oakes is my parents hometown. We spent a lot of time there visiting when we were kids growing up.
I love the town. It's a great place.
Added by DDM on Jun 26, 2013 6:41 PM
This was a fun one. And for a while a very confusing one. I knew going in that Stephan was probably buried next to his wife, Catherine. That's not always true even if they are buried in the same cemetery.
I also knew that Stephan's daughter, Jerushia Libby, and his son-in-law, Josiah Libby were buried in Oakes View as well. And sure enough, I found all four of them together. The problem was with the fifth person, Flora Libby.
OK, I asked myself, if Josiah and Jerushia are married then who is this Flora and why is Josiah buried next to her and not next to Jerushia?
Man,I was stumped. I figured maybe a sister but, again, why is he buried next to her.
Then it came to me, and I doubled checked when I got home.
Flora is Josiah's first wife. He must have bought two plot when she passed (at a very young age) and then after he remarried the Millards bought up the rest of the property.
Anyhow, after all of that, you will see that I have pictures for all five.
I hope you enjoy them all.
(PS: sorry about my car in the background)
Added by DDM on Jun 26, 2013 4:13 PM
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