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|Larry Tally||Michael Favero|
I have received your edit suggestion for Michael Favero's memorial. It has been added.
Thank you very much,
|Catie & Will||RE: Eva Scroggs Girard|
I checked it out and Mrs. Girard is not buried in the mausoleum. I have sent a correction to the person who entered her and asked that she removed her entry.
Thanks for catching this,
Catherine (Catie and Will)
|Georgie Ann Hankins||RE: Collier, James and Martha|
I am not sure if I replied to your message to me regarding my Anna Collier married Daniel Hankins (Jr)
Her parents were Mechack Collier married Rebecca Foster not James Collier and Martha Baker. Since they are in the Collier tree we are still cousins. Please make the correction in your charting and to anyone who got it wrong.
My cousin made a marriage charting for Lawrence Co Ohio and made the mistake in putting James and Martha as her parents.
I do believe that Agnes Collier who married Joseph William Hankins 1818 could be their daughter. I do not know what became of Agnes or her children after the 1830 census of Lawrence Co Ohio as Joseph remarried to a widow by the name of Elizabeth Hepler Davisson (widow of William Davidson m 1824 He must of died after 1830/31 as their daughter Barbara Ellen Davidson/Davison was born 1832.
Have you come across any information on this Agnes ? None of the children were found in Joseph household after 1830.
As proof of Anna parents being Mechack Collier and Rebecca Foster it is in his probate records of Madison Co Ind. I believe around 1837-39. I have a copy of it listing her as an heir and one of his children.
Another cousin of mine from the Keesling tree thought my Anna was a Mary Louise Anna Collier died Grant Co Ind but that is an assumption on her part when I thought it was possible Anna may of journed westward with her eldest son into Grant Co Oregon after 1882-83 first settling in Powder Bluff, Oregon which is no more. The last known place of Anna was on a 1880 census of Ryan Sumner Co Ks. No proof beyond that fact has surfaced. If you run across any new data like a gravesite I would like to know of it. I did create a Find A Grave page for Anna in hopes someone might know something and contact me.
Her daughter Rebecca lived Attica, Ks at the time and Amos and Enos, her two sons lived in several counties in Ks before moving westward in the mid 1880's and I have never found her to be in any of their households.
Another daughter lived Hamilton Co Iowa but could not find her there and her son James lived in Sheridan Co Neb and could not find her there only in Bomar Cemetery there is a Anna Hankins which is daughter of one of James and Arrlempa's or one of their grandchildren... I will have to confirm that fact on which generation thou.
Then my aunt Fay told me a grandmother is buried next to a grandchild in Seiling Okl but could not find anything, however a grandmother is buried next to a grandchild in Canon City Colo and that would of been first wife of Roland Hankins who was Mary Elizabeth Davidson/Davison Hankins. I do not know who the grandchild is. Amos was an Indian agent in Okl. Some of his linage still lives in Okl by the surname of Dayton. Dayton married Amos daughter Fanny Jane.
Still lots to uncover. Then there was a tornado that whiped out the town of Milbrook in I think 1887 and took out Enos ranch and they moved on. Could she of been there and died? I haven't been able to follow up on the deaths of the tornado but the historical society tells me they have a list and will share it with me for exchange of my Milbrook memoralbilia only I haven't gotten it together for them.
Would like to hear back from you
I haven't found Robert yet but I did find Oscar and Ellen, his parents. I'd be happy to post if you'd like to post memorials for them.
Added by T&DC on Jul 09, 2015 7:14 PM
Dear Concerned Find-A-Gave Contributors and visitors,
Regarding: DUPLICATE MEMORIALS in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia
A former large volume F-A-G Contributor had a dispute with Find-A-Grave staff and Deleted some 80% or more, of their contributed memorials, estimated to be about 40,000 or so. Thus causing the rest of us local Contributors, over the last year or more, to re-enter those family, friends and distant relatives we noted were missing.
Once F-A-G had decided to take positive action, they reloaded all the Deleted memorials from that former F-A-G Contributor, on Wednesday, 25feb2015. F-A-G staff, undoubtedly knew they would cause tens of thousands of Duplicates, and assigned their staffer, known as 'ProjectMgr' to work through their Merge process.
Please be patient and allow F-A-G to work through the entire group of Duplicate memorials.
E49 Created above Statement
|Georgie Ann Hankins||Collier, James and Martha|
In looking at your sites managed I see where you go to a James and Martha Baker Collier. One of my late cousins, Everette Paul Hankins had made a draft sheet of marriages for Lawrence Co Ohio Historical Society and he had mistakenly listed James and Martha Baker Collier as Anna's parents. Proof of Meschack Collier m Rebecca Foster in 1837-39 will in Madison Co., Indiana showed Anna as their daughter.
However, this James and Martha Baker Collier was the parents of a Agnes Collier m Joseph William Hankins, m 1818 Dec. This Joseph Wm Hankins is brother to my Daniel Hankins m Anna Collier. I have still to find the children of Agnes and Joseph Hankins as he remarried in 1832 but was listed with Agnes in the 1830 census of Lawrence Co Ohio. Could you shed any light on this linage of Agnes and Joseph m 1818? What became of her and their children?
There is much research to still do. Anything I can help you with, let me know. Georgie Ann
|Georgie Ann Hankins||Lenna Jane Beavers Hankins|
Hi Mary Gail,
I read your message for my Grandmother's site as well and noted your two addresses for both Odd Fellows and Masonic Cemeteries. I know they are in a cemetery southeast of Orland which is most likely the Odd Fellows Cemetery. I will check this week with the cemetery district and see why they listed both as my grandparents resting place. Grandpa did not belong to the Masonic Lodge as far as I know. He belonged to the Orland Grange.
My aunt Lenna Fay Hankins and father George Geary Hankins are also buried next to their parents.
How are we related as Collier cousins? I come from a Anna Collier b 1805 m Daniel Hankins b 1805 married in 1825 Ohio. Her parents were Meschack Collier m Rebecca Foster.
I know where Meschack and Rebecca are buried but I have yet to locate the death date and place of death for Anna Collier Hankins. I last found her on the 1880 census of Ryan Township in Milan Co Ks living in the household of her oldest son Roland Hankins with his second wife Barbara Ellen Davison (Davidson). Roland moved on to PowderBluff Oregon around 1883 and she did not appear to be with the family then nor had I found her living with any of her other children. Could it be she remarried at her old age? Do you have any clues? I have a photo of her.
I am happy to hear from you and look forward to staying in touch with you. We have several cousins in Indiana who have done a wonderful job tracing the Collier linage and then I have another cousin Thomas Bell who I have not heard from in awhile.
One of the lines in Indiana inter related to our Hankins/Davison(Davidson)lines. So much work has been done to untangle the family trees, I am hoping to finish my branch of the Hankins tree soon.
You can call me at 530 868 5555. I also live in California, south of Sacramento. I live in Biggs which is only about an hour or so from Orland where I grew up with my grandparents on Railroad Avenue. So many memories.... Georgie Ann
|Georgie Ann Hankins||Ernest Frank Hankins|
Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I am aware that my grandfather and grandmother, Lenna Jane Beavers Hankins is listed in both cemeteries. I will contact the cemetery district in Orland and see which one they consider them buried in and make the changes. Until I hear back from them, I will need to leave it as is since they were transferred to me and I did not originally manage their sites. Again, thank you, they raised me and I miss them greatly. Georgie Ann
|TheOldChief||Gladys Dotson Petillo|
All the pictures I've taken can be used, as long as they are not used on a "for profit" site such as Ancestry.com. Find A Grave is NOT a for profit site.
I no longer work this cemetery since I don't live in that area any longer. You can use my photo if you would like to set up a memorial page.