|Roger Phillip Burnett (#46801633)|
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Roger Phillip Burnett |
b:10-28-1942 m Nell Lowery
Parents Taft Burnett &
June Jarrett buried at
Rebels Creek Cemetery
Mitcell Co.NC. Deacon at Chesnee First Baptist Church, Chesnee,SC.
Served in the USAF.
Retired from Duke Energy
Sing Baritone with The Carolina Quartet
family Qt.(Rebels Creek
Qt. for 10 yrs.
Masters Singers 17 years.
The Melody Masters Qt. organized about 1948.These 4 men have been together since 1992, check it out on www.youtube.com.) We recently changed the name of the Quartet to "Carolina Quartet".
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|Gloria||Infant Bushong-Beeler Cemetery|
You have listed wrong cemetery for this grave. Bristol is in NW TN; Lincoln County is Southern Middle Tennessee.
Find A Grave: 45622480
Added by Gloria on Jul 05, 2014 9:16 AM
|Mary||William James Willison|
Thank you so much.
His Find A Grave number is 14471361.
Sorry not to include it previously.
He is my 5G Grandfather.
Added by Mary on May 28, 2014 9:46 PM
|Betty Paulsen||RE: Hiltabrand|
EAST HELENA – Former Thompson Falls resident Herbert Hildabrand, 68, of East Helena, died Saturday, June 7, 1997, after a brief illness.
Memorial services were conducted Tuesday, June 10, at the Hagler-Anderson Mortuary Chapel in Helena with Miriam Chapter No. 1, Order of Eastern Star officiating.
He was born March 21, 1929 to Henry and Lois Hiltabrand at Lostant, Ill. He attended school at Lostant and at Helena after his family moved to the Helena area in 1945.
Herbert and Auriel Bernier were married Jan. 5, 1957. Herb worked as a logger and mechanic for Casey Lumber Company in East Helena, Gallatin Equipment and Edsall Construction in Bozeman, and for Clark Fork Concrete and Sanders County in Thompson Falls.
He was a member of the Masonic bodies, Morning Star Lodge No. 5 of Helena, Coeur d'Alene Lodge No. 20 at Murray, Idaho, Ideal Chapter No. 40, Order of Eastern Star at Plains, Scottish Rite, and Algeria Shrine. He was also a member of the Avon Grange.
He spent many hours tinkering with his "large toys" and had a fond interest in model trains.
Survivors include his wife, Auriel, East Helena; three daughters, Linda Kroll, East Helena; Laura Hiltabrand, Pensacola, Fla.; Louise Biffle and husband Chet, Newman, Calif.; four grandchildren, Tina and Jennifer Kroll and Crystal and David Biffle; a brother, George Hiltabrand, and wife, Grace, Helena; a sister-in-law, Shirley Hiltabrand, Laurel; and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother Harold (Kern) Hiltabrand.
The family suggested memorials to the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children.
This is all I have on him. If I find out more I will let you know. My step grandfather was Maurice Hildebrant.
|Betty Paulsen||Herbert Hiltabrand|
This man is not listed in here, but his parents are Henry and Lois Hiltabrand.
Here is his information if you want it.
Herbert Hiltabrand b. 31 March 1929 Lincoln, Illinois d. 7 June 1997 East Helena, Lewis and Clark, Montana
This is from the Sanders County Ledger that my parents collected.
|Mary||elizabeth kendig hiltabrand|
I just ran across this memorial #94189262
and was wondering if you are related this the Kendig family of Pa??
My great great grandfather was Amos Kendig of Lancaster, Pa. I know he was born about 1828 and
lived in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, eventually moved to Arkansas He was married two times. But I have
not been able to definitely link him to parents.
He was in the Civil War, and have his papers, but no
mention of parents names. He died about 1894 in
Arkansas. His first wife Rachel Bundy Kendig was
my great great grandmother.
any info greatly appreciated.
mary kendig davidson--little rock,ar
Added by Mary on Mar 29, 2013 8:05 PM
|deegraver||RE: Jacob Jarrett|
how did you find that? lol. thanks a million!
I am out of photo requests...do you live closeby?
if so, would you get photos of their stones?
Thanks for fixing the Boschungs!
|Bonnie's Daughter||HAPPY CHRISTMAS ROGER|
Have a safe, warm and very Merry Christmas with many blessings for the New Year. God bless.
That is where I was told that he was buried. I am not 100% for sure. I have never been there. I have never been to NC where my family comes from. Thank you for the compliment about what I have done. I do have a lot more, just some memorials are already made, some I don't know where they are buried.
|Barbara Tynes Claiborne||James Weatherman|
Thank you for your biographical info for James Weatherman. I'm trying to find parents of Wiley Weatherman b. abt 1854 maybe Yadkin Co. I intend to do cemetery and courthouse searching for this family next month in Yadkin and Surry Co. NC, and Patrick Co. VA. I have exhausted Ancestry sources. By census info: 1850 James Weatherman appears widowed, with older daughter? Catherine 21, William 19, Milly 15, Samuel 13, Jacob 11, Bartholomew 9, Isaac 7 and Sanford 2. (Think this is Miles Sanford Weatherman?) By 1860 NUMEROUS Weatherman children were "farmed out" to relatives, as if both parents had died. Wiley and Hambleton Weatherman are with William and Lucy Gentry (maternal grandparents?) Wiley married first Matilda Minish and by her had William Nelson, Lewis Washington, John Dee, Fannie, Wiley Santford - Matilda died days after Miles was born. Wiley then married Mary Ireland whose mother was Mary Minish. Throughout his life Wiley was close to "cousins?" Jacob, Bartholomew, Reed Weatherman. Does anyone have any idea who his parents were? By the names of his sons he could be either son, grandson, or nephew of James. His death certificate gave only "Weatherman", unknown for parents. email@example.com.
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