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|LizaJean||RE: Johnson Cemetery|
Birth: Apr. 21, 1924
Death: Sep. 10, 2007
Johnson Grove Cemetery
You had add the cemetery picture.
Added by LizaJean on Oct 31, 2015 3:48 AM
I'm trying to reach a neighbor to this cemetery.
Emily Hardy please help me find her so I can return her husband's family pictures I've acquired. Share my number 814-663-0384 she lives down the road from the cemetery. I'm hoping you are a local resident.
Added by LizaJean on Oct 30, 2015 3:54 PM
|Judy||Luther Linderman / Vail|
Regarding correction sent to me: I'm not sure about deleting the memorial created at Seward Township Cem - MN as we have posted a copy of the headstone which clearly states M. Jennie Vail wife of John P Vail & Jennie's date of birth is inscribed as 3/4/1844 & there is also a son on the same stone. Also there is a stone for Luther..... I would like to keep the memorial but will make a notation in the bio regarding the 2nd memorial in IL. Anyone related to this family may have a way of straightening it out, but at this time I really have no solid information which would indicate that M. Jennie Vail & Luther Linderman are not buried in Seward Cemetery. I will try to do some further research & see what I can dig up. Thank you for contacting me. Sincerely, Judy
Added by Judy on Oct 25, 2015 12:16 PM
|Kathleen||Ebenezer Hadley, Memorial #77587639|
Hello, I am wondering if there is a possible error in transcribing the tombstone. We have an Ebenezer Hadley in our tree whom we think died just before 1850. He moved to Illinois from Ohio some time between 1840, when he is in Ohio on the US Census, and 1850, when his wife is living with son Benjamin in Sugar Grove on the 1850 Census.
That would make the actual death date Jan 11, 1849, not 1819. And working backwards, he would have been born Mar 2 1783, which is one year off from the date we think he was born in Vermont.
I can't tell from the photo, and maybe whoever took the photo couldn't have read it clearly when physically present. Do you know if the records still exist for the burials in that cemetery? Thanks!
Transcript from Find-a-Grave:
Birth: Feb. 30, 1753
Death: Jan. 11, 1819
65 y's, 10 m's, 12 d's
Sugar Grove Cemetery
Plot: block WD3, lot 14,
Created by: ladymayflower
Record added: Oct 04, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 77587639
Added by Kathleen on Sep 03, 2015 11:28 AM
|Joyce Turner||Abigail Barrows Brown|
Birthplace: she told NY State Census in 1855 it was in Chemung County; in 1865 she said it was Schoharie County.
Birthdate: she told 1900 federal census she was born March 1825; on her 81st birthday family held a party, and she said she was born 81 yrs ago last Saturday; that computes to March 25 (Waverly Free Press, 6 Mar 1906)
Marriage date: I don't have proof of that
Death certificate (I have this) Informant was Mrs. Harry Genung (don't know who that was) Says she died April 16, 1909 at 84 yrs, 3 months, [blank] days; informant also said she was born in "State of New York"
Tombstone says she died on Apr. 14, 1909, aged 84 yrs
So what would YOU conclude?
|Joyce Turner||Abigail Barrows Brown|
You sent me a message questioning my sources. Just WHICH fact are you questioning? I'd be glad to respond.
|Christina York-Rehn||RE: Augusta Howland Eldridge|
Thank you for messaging me. I found Augusta's information on https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N3XQ-N56 and her son Charles Eldride and his fiancee Lydia Benbow show up in Alonzo Washington Howland's 1870 Kansas census on https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MCJX-JX5 . Do you know if Alonzo Washington Howland- http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=34209446 and James Henry Howland - http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=34209455 have any other siblings besides Augusta? I am very interested in finding out more of my Howland history. Alonzo is my 3rd great grandfather and I decend from his son Fred Alonzo Howland- http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=149183685.
Thank you for asking for sources. I don't have much.
If you need to know anything about my Howlands, I will try to help.
|Linda McNeal Millerick||Jacob B. Myers Memorial|
Thank you for transferring Memorial # 105379499 in Dekalb, IL. I appreciate your creating his Memorial. I will try to add family information in the near future. You are one busy person.
Sincerely, Linda Millerick NSDAR
|nikki ||Samuel King- New Vernon|
I was just wondering if you are related to Samuel King. Was doing research and my 6x ggmother Rhoda King Harding had a brother Samuel. She is also buried at this cemetery
Thanks in advance Nikki
Added by nikki on Mar 09, 2015 2:50 PM
|John Awbrey||Benjamin Simmons|
I just linked a daughter of Benjamin Simmons and Sarah Peoples Simmons to their memorials. If any problems, please let me know.
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