|Emogene Tindall||Holt Cemetery, Martin, IN|
A bit more on the Holts.
Catherine Armstrong Memorial# 13283628 was d/o Henry Holt 13283732 & Melvina E. Ritchey 13283781.
She was wife of John 13749804 buried in the West Union Cem. Otto 13283632 was their son. I calculate Otto's birth date as 4 Oct 1891.
|Emogene Tindall||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 13283676|
I am doing some research for a friend. She is related to all the Holts in the Holt Cemetery. It looks like you have already identified all of these Holts.
If I can help you, let me know
|Emogene Tindall||Find A Grave Memorial# 13283676|
Please review this record. There appears to be a problem with the dates. It states that Catherine is an infant child of James & Malinda but the dates are that of the mother.
Thank you for looking for William Blair's headstone in Glebe. I am trying to confirm the contributor's source for this memorial.
|LSP||John & Jane Moffett|
THANKS so much for adding the pix of the full monument to the Moffett pages.
Added by LSP on Aug 24, 2013 7:52 AM
|Carole St. Clair Grant||Ruth Sinclair|
I appreciate you trying! Thanks for everything. How bad are the ticks and can the cemetery be restored?
|valerie boman||hey friend!|
It's me - Valerie!! Are you back in IN now?? Your old e-mail hasn't worked for me in some time, so PLEASE contact me with update . Can't remember the things over time I wanted to talk about, but will try to jog my memory!
|Larry Cochran||William Cochran|
William Cochran, b. 1740 d. 1826 was buried at Glebe Cemetary, Augusta County, Va. The tombstone next to his is Jane Cochran according to the website. Are there any dates on Jane's tombstone? William is my 5th g-grandfather. A DAR application by DeLelia Wilberta Breaks indicates his wife was Mary Logan. A revolution pension application showed a Mary Cochran. So William's wife is a mystery to me.
|Trudy Davis||Mary Steen|
Oops! You did put on her page her age at the tme of death. Sorry, I didn't see it sooner, but I still thank you for the photo.
|Trudy Davis||Mary E. Steen|
Thank you for the photo of Mary Steen's stone. I wonder if you could make out how old she was when she died. I tried to enlarge photo, but it didn't happen. Thanks again.
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