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Juliette Gibbs Johnson (#47193926)
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Kurt Johnson
Dietrich Neufeld
Great. Many thanks!
Added by Kurt Johnson on Apr 14, 2015 12:45 PM
Margaret 68
74567729 Jacob W Ross
Hi Juliette,
I have a question about the note you have on this memorial that Jacob W Ross is buried between James L McMasters and Betsey Ann Ross Shellhammer. When I put James L McMasters name in the Five Point Cemetery it comes up no listing for that name.
Could you let me know if there is a memorial for James L McMasters in Five Point.
Thank you I appreciate it very much.
Susan
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Added by Margaret 68 on Mar 08, 2015 2:05 PM
Bucky V.
Beardsley transfers
Thank you so much for the transfers - I really appreciate it.

Bucky V.
Added by Bucky V. on Feb 03, 2015 8:22 AM
Bucky V.
RE: Alla Beardsley
Yes - please transfer Alla Beardsley (Memorial# 75198987) and sister Ida (Memorial# 75198501).

Thanks so much for adding these memorials to Find A Grave.
Added by Bucky V. on Jan 24, 2015 5:04 PM
Margaret 68
91153390
Thank you Juliette,
According to the "US Federal Census Mortality" document for Richard C. Curtis, son of Thomas Jefferson Curtis, the death date is April 1850 at the age of 2 years with Lung Fever.
Thank you for the transfer.
Susan
Added by Margaret 68 on Jan 15, 2015 8:00 PM
Darrel Salisbury
RE: Sarah Allen Hatch
Hi Juliette,

The death date should be 3 Apr 1869.

Darrel
Added by Darrel Salisbury on Oct 15, 2014 4:14 AM
Sandra Elizabeth Miller
RE: Miller Correction
Hi, Juliette
Thank you! I just thought of something else. Belinda (Colby) Miller's place of death is Melrose Twp., Adams Co., IL. She had been living with her daughter and son-in-law, Belinda Sophia (Miller) and Ira Coe, for several years. I have her death certificate from Adams Co., IL. She died February 28, 1897, she had lived with B.Sophia for 12 years, she was 87, and she died of paralysis. I just noticed that you didn't have a place of death for her, so I am passing this information on.

Sandra
Added by Sandra Elizabeth Miller on Aug 07, 2014 10:43 PM
Searchin
RE: Sturgills
Hello Juliette,

Thanks for the nice note and taking my suggestions into consideration. I hate to be secretive but I have my reasons. Thanks for making the original and all the best in your research.

God Bless,

jim
Added by Searchin on Aug 07, 2014 12:27 PM
Sandra Elizabeth Miller
RE: Sarah Worst
Hi, Juliette,
Thank you so much for adding this information. I have contacted the manager of her daughter Elizabeth (Holmes) Thompson's Memorial page and I hope he will add the information linking Elizabeth to her mother.

Sandra
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Added by Sandra Elizabeth Miller on May 02, 2014 7:30 PM
Sandra Elizabeth Miller
Sarah Worst
Hi, Juliette,
Thank you so much for adding this material to Sarah Worst's page and adding Ann Miller as the mother of the five siblings who are buried at Five Points.

Now, I will work on this further. I may be able to find the graves for at least two of the four remaining children of Ann (Rogers) and Frederick P. Miller - the two oldest, girls, who started out their married life living in Pennsylvania and Virginia (later, after the Civil War the area became West Virginia).

The remaining two children, Samuel S. and Abraham R., I believe died in Elkhart County but there is no record of their burial, and I really don't expect to find one (too early). Samuel and Abraham would have done well to heed the will of their father to stay with the Miller group "for the aid and benefit of all"!! The two girls were never part of the settlement. Being the oldest, they were out of the house and established in their own families before the Millers even left New Jersey for Monroe County, NY.

I will also list the rest of Sarah and John Worst's children on the Memorial for Infant Worst who was killed by a falling tree in 1836 - to become the first burial in the cemetery.

Sandra
Added by Sandra Elizabeth Miller on Apr 20, 2014 5:49 PM
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