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Nannette Huffman (#47361097)
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I'm a HUFFMAN/THOMPSON, and a TAM/BONIFIELD. Grew up in Warren, Indiana and currently live north of Chicago, Illinois.

Trying to get my family linked together so it will be a bit easier for future generations. I think this is a wonderful site: clean, straight forward, and well thought out.
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Malinda McClure
Hello, I went back to the cemetery today. I did not find a grave marked for Malinda. There is plenty room for one, by her husband, but I do not see her name on any stone, either on her husbands or stones with her maiden name, which are in the same row as her husband. My suggestion would be to contact the funeral home in the Assumption/Mowequa area, same family owns both, and see if they have any record, If you find something else or have other glues I would be more than happy to go back and look over the area. There are 5 stones to the north of Nathaniels, only three can I read, O.P., Mary (wife of John) and John you might ask the funeral home if they know who they might be, could be more relation to you. I would be interested in those names if you should find out information on them. The funeral home address is: Steitz Funeral Homes, 101 South Walnut, Assumption, Illinois 62510. Anything I can do don't hesitate to ask. mj
Added by MJ on Mar 11, 2014 5:31 PM
RE: Thanks
It would be GAR Grand Army of the Republic, this is for veterans who served in the Civil War.

I'm guess the Post 686(?) was the post number for which he belonged. I don't know about the Civil War information, so you might have to look that one up.

Glad I could help. mj
Added by MJ on Mar 06, 2014 5:51 PM
RE: Malisa Marshall Taylor
Posting our conversation on here to help others:
Malisa was born 1828 and she was married to James Taylor on 26 Oct 1845 in Huntington, IN. so she must have married about 17 so I think this is her first marriage. If you look at findagrave and click on the link to her father Edward, I detailed alot of information to help others. Her maiden name is Marshall. In the olden days sometimes an s was written with a downward loop that makes it look like a y. An example is looking at old wills and the word witness and one of the s is sometimes written like a y so if you look at the words M. Marshall and you write it with the s as an y it reads as M. Mary Hall which is where someone must have seen a document and thought that it was M. Mary Hall. The obit for her father Edward Marshall which I typed up on findagrave lists all his grandchildren and they are the children of Malisa
proving her father is Edward Marshall and her maiden name is Marshall.I found nothing to show her middle name as of yet.

Regarding James Taylor, I am pretty sure his mother is a Stuart (Stewart) as the Stuarts are listed as cousins on the census records and his son James is named James Stuart Taylor and even goes by Steward Taylor alot. James Sr who marries Malisa appears to be much older than her. He could have had a first marriage but I have not found out much about him yet except that he was a Commissioner and helped establish a Mill in the community.
Added by Explorer on Feb 24, 2014 8:38 AM
Reminder for Ulysses & Anna McClure
Can you please call the cemetery and obtain the grave location (Section & Lot numbers) and ask them whether or not there is a grave marker?

Forest Home Cemetery: 708-366-1900 or 773-287-0772

This cemetery will not assist photo volunteers with finding the grave's location and the Find A Grave FAQs (Help File) states it is the photo requestors job to provide this information.

Thank you! Ace
Added by Ace on Oct 04, 2013 2:50 AM
Anna & Ulysses McClure
Hi! Can you please call the cemetery and obtain the grave location (Section & Lot numbers) and ask them whether or not there is a grave marker? Please post this information to the memorial or send it to me.

Forest Home is a huge cemetery with well over 70,000 burials, and the information is needed in order to find someone there. I go here regularly, and since August I have found over 150 graves at Forest Home that had the location information provided. Thank you! Ace

Forest Home Cemetery: 708-366-1900 or 773-287-0772
Added by Ace on Sep 15, 2013 7:37 AM
McClure/McCluer Gravestones
Nanette, I went to the Friendship Cemetery in Darke County, Ohio today and photographed the entire cemetery...but....I noticed that there are requests for pictures of the McClure gravestones, but while at the cemetery, I noticed that the last names are spelled differently on the memorials than what are actually on the gravestones and monuments. On the gravestones, it is spelled "McCluer", and on the memorials, it is spelled "McClure". Although there are some gravestones in this cemetery with the McClure spelling, most of them have McCluer instead. I created new memorials, not knowing that the spelling was different...I did check to see if there were memorials with the McCluer name and there were not, so I created new ones.
Please let me know if you wish for me to delete the new memorials with the pictures and just post the pictures on the McClure memorials.
Thank you.
Added by KBrandon on Sep 03, 2013 2:39 PM
Annis Jean Hite Patee
Edna Dalrymple
She would have died before she was born.? The rest have been reviewed and altered as needed. Again, thanks. Most of these were made by non-relative volunteers and I had them transferred to me. My grandsons and I went out there about a year ago to locate and photograph headstones. Some of them are gone and some you cannot read. Again, thanks

Added by Annis Jean Hite Patee on Aug 26, 2013 12:21 PM
Annis Jean Hite Patee
Judith Williams Dalrymple
Wanted you to know that it is impossible for Judith to have been born in 1841. By then, she would have had 6 children. Thanks for the information on Good Cem., I really appreciate it.

Added by Annis Jean Hite Patee on Aug 26, 2013 12:11 PM
charles klingel
Bonifield Sarah Henley
I have her father Lenoard Henley and Elizabeth Richardson I have him 1702-1759 James City Co. Va. I have two books on the Bonnifield's MY Grand mother was Mammie Ethel Bonifield Tippy father Thomas Andrew Jackson Bonifield and Susan Cole his father was Thomas Jackson Bonifield and Ellen Soles father Arnold Bonifield and Margaret Moss father Gregory Bonifield and Sarah Henley.Thomas Jackson Bonifield was in Ohio in 1850 and moved to Massac Co. Illinois with his brother Henry Arnold Bonifield. you have done a good job on the Obits Thanks
Added by charles klingel on Aug 13, 2013 9:42 PM
Craig Grover
Jubal Abshire
Thank You for the transfer.
Added by Craig Grover on Jun 04, 2013 11:38 AM
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