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Rose Klix
Marietta Olmstead
Thank you for latest edits.
Added by Rose Klix on Jun 24, 2014 6:28 PM
Rose Klix
Fredrick Olmstead
Thank you for the edits.
Added by Rose Klix on Jun 24, 2014 6:06 PM
James Frost
Mount Hope, St John's UCC, Palatine, IL
Hi,
I wanted to let you know that on Sunday June 29th, St John UCC will be hosting Pioneer Day on church grounds from 9:30 to 4:00 including cemetery walks. I'm trying to get as many people with ties to the cemetery to attend. Were are digging deeper into the history of all the graves and need help from those tied to it. I can send you a pdf of the event info if you'd like.
thanks
Jim Frost
Added by James Frost on Jun 13, 2014 3:31 PM
Rose Klix
14526642 & 14526696
Explanation for edit requests. Marietta (Heath) Witherspoon was first married to Rev. Frederick Witherspoon. Their son Fredrick Witherspoon #14526642 died in the civil war. Marietta 2nd married Isaac Lewis Olmstead. I don't have knowledge of her 1st husband's memorial to link wife and son to him. Her obituary is a bit confusing as to which children were from which marriage.
Added by Rose Klix on May 31, 2014 11:19 PM
Rose Klix
Marietta Olmstead
Thank you for the photograph.
Added by Rose Klix on May 11, 2014 9:47 PM
Ace
RE: Veronica at Dixon
Hi! Thank you for updating the memorial. While obviously not the happiest of places, at least all 2,189 who are buried there are now at peace.

It was interesting to read about Mr. Mabley and what he was able to do to bring the severely disabled a much greater measure of dignity and a chance to lead a productive life instead of a life chained to a bed or worse. I am hoping to obtain the records for all of the burials and to put them online. They all deserve to be remembered.

I hope and pray that God will bring you peace and happiness in your journey with your child.

V/R,

Ace
Added by Ace on Apr 21, 2014 4:06 PM
Rose Klix
Isaac and Elnor(a) Olmstead
Thank you for the transfers.
Added by Rose Klix on Apr 13, 2014 10:44 PM
Karen Krugman
Unknown
The Unknown married to Benjamin Cawood was a woman by the name of Mary "Polly" McNew. She was born 10 APR 1790 in Washington County, Virginia. She was the daughter of Edward McNew and his wife Nancy. Sorry I don't know Nancy's maiden name.

Thank you for all you do for genealogists like me who can not get to Virginia to research.

Do you know the outcome of the trial of the four accused of her murder? Was her husband convicted? She was my husband's GGGG aunt.

Thanks!
Miprofgenie
Added by Karen Krugman on Mar 24, 2014 12:49 PM
GB 3562
James Lee Young Jr.
I thank you for posting Jimmy's gravesite photo. He left us rather suddenly. I am his uncle, and am interested in writing a bio for your posting. I believe I could get his mom to submit some photos. Please take the time to reply. Thank you, GB 3562.
Added by GB 3562 on Mar 19, 2014 8:07 PM
Steve Seim
State School for Girls, Geneva IL
Hi! I am trying to locate this cemetery. Could you send me GPS coordinates and/or a street address? Thanks!
Added by Steve Seim on Feb 18, 2014 12:23 PM
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