|Justin Overby (#46893833)|
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jmoverby AT insight DOT rr DOT com
I am more than happy to transfer any memorials I have added to family members.
Also, feel free to use any photos that I have uploaded in your genealogy files, be it Ancestry.com, etc.
Born 11 April 1975 in Murray, Calloway Co, KY.
Moved to Hendersonville, Sumner Co, TN in 1980 where I lived until graduation from Beech Senior High School in 1993. Lived for a couple of years in New Orleans, LA before enlisting in the U.S. Navy in 1995. Served for 5 years as a cryptologic technician, stationed in NSGA Naples, Italy and COMUSNAVCENT Bahrain. Received honorable discharge from U.S. Navy in 2001, moved to Westerville, Franklin Co, OH. Married loving wife, Amanda Marie France, in January of 2006. Currently attending school at Columbus State Community College, with intent to transfer to The Ohio State University in pursuit of a BS in History.
Began researching family history in 2006. Always open for any help on my family line! Most that I know of were early migrants to the western Kentucky area.
Check out my recently uploaded family tree on Ancestry. Link can be found below.
Overby / Overbey
Starkes / Starks
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|Richard Rieck||Benjamin Carpenter, #19564651|
On July 28, 1852, "John Clark of Virginia", while traveling overland to California, noted in his diary that he saw the grave of –-- Carpenter, who had died in 1852 before July 28 and was from Columbus, Ohio. At that time Clark was about 14 miles east of the California Trail on the Salt Lake Cutoff in Idaho. This point is roughly 25 miles southeast of present-day Oakley, Idaho. (Listing "home" as the nearest large town instead of a smaller town is very common in overland diaries.)
On November 1, 1852, Peter Decker, of Columbus, Ohio, noted in his overland diary to California that "Benj. Carpenter died 160 miles this side [i.e., west] of Salt Lake of an abs[c]ess." This distance west of Salt Lake is the same location that John Clark recorded.
Because it is 600 miles to California from that point it was impossible to carry the body in a slow-moving wagon across the desert in the summer heat. The fact that Clark also saw a grave for Carpenter indicates that he was buried in Idaho. Overwhelming transportation problems means that the body was never recovered at a later date.
When families back home received the sad news of a trail death they often erected a cenotaph or memorial marker in the local cemetery in honor the deceased. Such markers are quite common in the east. Over the generations the knowledge that the marker is a cenotaph was lost and to a modern observer it appears that the deceased is buried in the east, when, in fact, they still are buried alongside the trail. The two photos of the marker on Find A Grave are, almost certainly, of a cenotaph, not an actual grave.
Thought you might be interested.
|d||Sally Fisk Pool|
According to gravestone, she was 37 years old and died in 1818. This would put her birth year as 1781.
Added by d on Mar 21, 2015 3:31 PM
|Shirley Wadell||Memorial #18965042 Orville Edward Overby|
Hi. I'm updating the burial listing for Harmony Cemetery from the Graves Co KY Cemetery Book 1, and came across your posting Memorial #18965042 for Orville Edward Overby. He is listed on the Harmony Cemetery listing with his 1st wife Berdie Opal Fuqua and his 2nd wife Myrtle Dill. Can you tell me where you got the information he married Carline? Just curious about this bit of information on a 3rd wife.
Looking forward to hearing back from you.
Thanks, Shirley :)
|Brenda Lee Burgess||Victoria florence Jones Compton|
would you pease be so kind to link her mother to her grave. Lodemia Worthington Brown Jones #172081313
Thanks, Brenda Lee Burgess
|Sarah Barnes||Wife of Joseph Pool|
Hello, Justin --
Thanks for posting this info. David and Sally are my gggg parents. I have her maiden name as Nourse -- from another researcher.
Do you have documentation that it should be Fisk?
I just received an edit from you regarding Alpheus Bigelow and his wife. These are my 3rd great grandparents. I was hoping that you would abide by findagrave guidelines and transfer them to me for my care. I have memorials with links to all family already made. Once transferred I will adjust all my links and delete my memorials.
The memorials are
Find A Grave Memorial# 19565065
Find A Grave Memorial# 19565048
|Mike Simmons||Transfer memorial.|
Hi! I am a direct descendant of John and Harriet Rinehart who are buried at Centerburg Cemetery in Centerburg, Ohio. I would be honored if you would considering transferring the memorial to my care as I have much info. to add.
|Debbie Cowden||Transfer memorials|
Hi again Justin, I just sent you a message to transfer two memorials to me and they were the wrong ones. I'm sorry.
These are the correct ones that I would like transferred: #20278644 (Annie Doom) and #20278651 (Frank Doom). These are my husband's great grandparents.
|Debbie Cowden||Transfer memorials|
Hi, Justin, could you please transfer memorials # 91040867 and #91040897 they are my grandparents.
|Cindy McCurdy||Robert McCarty|
Justin would you consider turning this memorial over to me it is my father.
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