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Rosalie (#47462504)
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Zelda Capehart
David McAninch
David was married to Emma. Emma was the daughter of my husband's gg uncle, John Sherman Capehart. John was the brother of Andrew, my husband's gg grandfather. So would that make Emma his 3rd cousin? Is your husband closer related than that?

Sure hope I have the relationships correct. Sometimes it is hard for me to figure it out.
Added by Zelda Capehart on Oct 21, 2014 7:00 AM
Sue P.
RE: Collins--Hillabold--Prettyman
My mother's maiden name was Hillabold. Her great-grandfather, Martin, was Christopher Hillabold's brother. If your husband is a Hillabold descendent then we are cousins!
Added by Sue P. on Oct 18, 2014 6:51 PM
Ruth Draginoff Higgins
RE: Celia McAninch
I only found Henry Telljohann married to Barbara. In 1900 census it lists them as married in 1878, having 7 children, with 4 living. He died May 31, 1912 and she was listed in the Cincinnati directory as widowed in 1913. She was in the 1920 census living with daughter, Celia McAninch, and in 1930 census living with granddaughter, Gertrude Mudersbach. I found daughter, Rosa, age 3 mos in 1880 census, but not in later census records. 1900 lists children living as William, Edward, Harry & Celia. I looked for the marriage record of Henry & Barbara but they apparently never filed for a restored marriage license after the courthouse fire.
Added by Ruth Draginoff Higgins on Oct 10, 2014 7:44 PM
Zerelda Holder Hammer
Argabright Headstone
You are so very welcome. His headstone was actually one of the nice ones. The cemetery is in sad shape. I think a lot more would be visible if someone would go in and rake the mown grass clippings off the headstones. We were out walking around out there yesterday, and I took as many pictures as I could and posted the ones listed on the site last night, and I have about 20 more to add. There are some that are no longer legible, but if someone would take the time, there are more that could be visible again. We don't live here; we were just passing through. Otherwise, we would go back and do it ourselves. Glad I could fulfill your request.
Zerelda
Added by Zerelda Holder Hammer on Aug 14, 2014 8:06 AM
Cathy Miller Giddeon
RE: McAninch
I am not for sure if this is the Martha that is George's spouse, I did see the date is off from the stone and memorial page in Find a Grave, if this is her, there is a mistake from either one, I can talk to the Sexton and see if I can find out for you if you'd like.
Added by Cathy Miller Giddeon on Jul 06, 2014 5:42 PM
justkima
RE: Kurtz
Well, if you are related to these Kurtzes, then we must be cousins. How are you related to Henry Kurtz? He is the only one that I am related to directly, but it is further out than g-grandparents. I thought I told you how I was related in my last message. Please email me directly at justkima@yahoo.com. I would love to continue the conversation about how we are related without clogging up my message board.

What about the Vesper's that I asked you about? Would you be able to transfer those?

Thank you so much!
Added by justkima on Jul 06, 2014 5:33 PM
justkima
Henry Kurtz
Hello! I am descended through a son, George, who is not buried at Zion, but moved to North Dakota. Yes, Carl/Karl is Henry's son and so is Jacob (the older one). I would love to maintain all the Kurtz memorials that you have. Would it be possible to transfer to me?

I am also descended from Carl Christian Vesper and his wife Caroline and would great welcome the Vesper memorials that you currently have as well. I am a long time genealogist and have much documentation on my family.

Thank you so much!
Added by justkima on Jul 01, 2014 10:03 PM
John Ellis
Elizabeth Patrick Farmer
Elizabeth is my wife's great grandmother so we're not interested in transferring her memorial. We are interested in knowing about you husband as he must also be a cousin of my wife. Our email is jvellis@swbell.net if you could contact me via email, I'd love to share other info with you and perhaps find out more from you.
Thanks,
John
Added by John Ellis on Jun 11, 2014 2:59 PM
kweaver
Dennis Foley
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request for Civil War veteran Dennis Foley buried at Maple Row Cemetery.

Kent Kooi and I have been researching the men of the 4th Iowa Cavalry for over three years, and in addition to updating their memorials, we are preparing a presentation to donate to several Iowa county historical societies. We would like to ask permission to use your headstone photo of Dennis Foley on his page in our presentation. We would credit the photo as "Courtesy of Rosalie" or your full name if you wouldn't mind providing.

Please let me know, and thank you again for fulfilling the photo request.

Kathy Weaver
kweaver1017@mac.com
Added by kweaver on Jun 08, 2014 3:35 PM
Eli G
RE: Gildersleeve memorials
Moses-JJ-John William-Vince-My Father.
Added by Eli G on Jun 02, 2014 2:36 PM
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