|John F. Smeltzer (#46854465)|
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Retired. Love genealogy and history. Have been working on a wide variety of family surnames since about 1967 but have been much more active since 1995. Enjoy taking gravestone photos and providing GPS locations for family graves.|
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Thanks, anyway. I thought Memorial# 81512949 might be his dad.
Added by HJ on Feb 18, 2015 11:44 AM
|HJ||Memorial # 52594304|
I saw you left a flower in his wife's memorial, so thought you might know--was James H. Gowdey a Civil War vet? If so, did he muster in from Illinois? I am trying to link memorials. Thank you!
Added by HJ on Feb 16, 2015 10:24 PM
|Cyndi Bennett||Family Ties|
Hi John, I am a distant relation through the Hubbard line.... Hannah (Teney) McGrew Hubbard is my ancestor through her daughter Charlotte. Always happy to exchange information. Thanks!
|Stacey||John and Margaret Marshall|
I see that you are related to John Marshall and his wife Mary. ( #57999183) They are my 4th great grandparents. I have a photo of Mary, if you would like it just email me.
Thanks - Stacey
Added by Stacey on Sep 20, 2013 7:57 PM
|Beth Evans||Family relations|
Hi, My name is Beth Evans, and we are related through the Benson line. Polly Benson Mozena and her husband Joseph Mozena are my third great grandparents. Will be happy to swap information on our lines. But I have another question. Your Smeltzer/Smelser line, does any of it cross paths in the DC/Maryland/Virginia region? My stepfather has Smeltzer/Smelsers in his ancestral line. Just curious on whether my mom and stepfather's lines intersect. Thanks.
|Dori & Ed||Louisa Eaton Seymor|
I have to apologize to you but while going through the photos of Beck Cemetery, that I took yesterday I did found Louisa stone. I read the name wrong.
|Dori & Ed||Family lines|
I am interested in knowing your lines that connect with my lines.
|Dori & Ed||Louisa Smelser|
According to the Gone But Not Forgotten Atchison County, Missouri Cemetery Book published in 1990.
Louisa Eaton Seymor had a stone.
We were in the Beck Cemetery yesterday and were unable to find her stone.
But this is the information the cemetery book had on her.
Louise Eaton Seymour Smelser
born 1806 NH
died October 20, 1888
age 81 years 8 months 19 days
1st husband John R. Symour
2nd husband John Smelser
Her stone inscription
"Dear mother, when time shall have ended
Its years and its vanities gone
May we meet thee by angels attended
To welcome eternity's dawn"
|Karl Mousley||Demerious Margaret Smeltzer|
One of her photo is posted in a friend of mine's blog --
|Anonymous||Hairston Cemetery, Lincoln County TN|
Corrections to spelling at end of previous message~~~should be HAIRSTON
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