|J Vogel (#46975003)|
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Geneology and my love of photography are joined together in documenting and connecting families here and past. My brother helps clean up old and unvisited cemeteries in Montague county where I was born. My sister and I are continuing the geneology started by our mother tracing the family of: ALIG, BASS, BAYER, BEHL, BEST, BEYER, CLER, EISENMENGER, FETSCH, FLUSCHE, GILLES, KLEISS, HOENIG, HARTMAN, HAUSMANN, HETTINGER, KAPPES, KOELZER, KOBLITZ, NEU, NEWMAN, OTTO, ROEDER, RUND, SCHAFER, SCHWEIGHART, SOMMERS, VOGEL, WALTERSCHEID, and their descendents.|
If you can identify any of the unknown stones in Indiana, please let me know.
Benjamin Franklin said: "Show me your burial grounds and I'll show you a measure of the civility of a community."
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|Dave Z||J. H. Long 8/3/1908--12/17/1927|
I am writing about the loss of the Navy submarine J H Long served on (Fairview Cemetery, Gainesville) I am attempting to verify what the "J" "H" stands for.
In reviewing his entire Navy personnel record, only the initials were used. His father is identified in Navy records as Henry not James Henry Long. I contacted Cooke County and they have no birth record on file. Did you find out he was a James Henry Long, Junior, from a cemetery plot card or another source?
Added by Dave Z on Sep 04, 2015 1:43 PM
Corrections made for Joseph Maas and daughter Helen
|Kay Marshall||Donnalita Cooksey #80696067 links|
Hello J Vogel,
I have sent you a correction for Donnalita Cooksey #80696067 which may require an explanation. You have her linked to Benjamin Cooksey #51213210 as her father but I have just photographed her parents' stone in Seagraves Cemetery. They are Ben Duke Cooksey #151089266 and Ray Fields Cooksey #151089241. The confusion is understandable since they came from Oklahoma where the incorrect Benjamin is buried but the 1920-1940 census shows them to be a family along with Donnalita's brother Buford.
If you have questions about all this, contact me.
Best regards, Kay Marshall
|Betty Eaves||Flowers and sir name Best|
Thank you for flowers for my gg grandmother, Adaline Norfleet Parmley.
(by way of White Craft Parmley)
I'm looking for additional information on F.M. Carthen from Gainseville. I'm seeing some information that could indicate a name change from Cothran to Carthen when he moved to Texas.
Do you have any information that would support this?
Added by TMH on Aug 15, 2015 8:03 AM
|Linda Schwenn||Media Hale Memorial# 42436332|
Media H. Quick, b Boone County, IN 7 Apr 1894, dau of Jacob D. and Emma, m Herbert Hale b Boone County, IN, 4 March 1888, son of Harvey and Jennie Padget Hale; marriage in Boone County Indiana 6 Dec 1910. Source: Indiana Marriages, 1811-2007, familsearch.org (Image). https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XXKJ-QD9
On 31 Dec 1932 this same Herbert Hale married Mary Susan Hornbaker Hopkins. His second marriage, her third. On their marriage record https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XXL9-F13 (Image) he states that his first wife died 10 Jan 1931.
Therefore, Media and Mary Susan are two different spouses. George Herbert Hale is a widower again in 1940, which suggests Mary died sometime 1933-1940.
|KaysRoots||Hamrick Family Transfer|
Thank you so much for the management transfer of Ada Lucille Griffin Hamrick (#76255204) buried in Sunset
Memorial Gardens, Tom Green County, Texas.
I really appreciate it.
|Linda Schwenn||Media Hale|
George's first wife Media died in 1931 as recorded on George's 31 Dec 1932 Boone county marriage to Mary Susan Hornbaker Hopkins. Image on FamilySearch.org.
I am not exactly sure who/what they were to the man. There is no family listed in his obit with those names.
The slab sits in front of his stone so I added them to his memorial.
Added by Tori on Aug 02, 2015 3:44 PM
|James A Gamblin||Elizabeth Rigdon|
Thank you for the picture of Elizabeth's grave site.
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