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Fred Compton's memorial # is 96148803
Its hard to make out day of month of his death. The Grass Valley Daily Union of June 26th, 1877 shows DIED At Denver, Colorado, June 24, 1877.
It looks like it could even be the 21st. The upper portion of the 4 is pretty worn if that's what it is.
I would also like to find out what he died of.
Fred was my cousin 5x removed.
I would also like to know if Clara C. Wilson
was buried at the Riverside Cemetery in Denver.
Her maiden name was Coryell. Clara was Fred's mother Elvira's sister.
Clara made out a legal document in 1894, showing 1347 Court Place Denver, Colorado as her place of residence.
FYI I was stationed at Lowry AFB from July of 1954 to August of 1955.
Charles (Bud) Compton
Added by Trevor on Aug 09, 2015 2:43 PM
|Valarie Vine||Kistle family|
Thanks for making the links! Such a large family. The mother, Jennie, much have had her hands full to say the least!
|Robin W||Jennie Kistle Dodson|
Thank you for the info.
Added by Robin W on Jun 16, 2015 6:45 PM
|JCox||David Stover 95795685|
DOB 7 Aug 1826 Sharpsburg, Washington County, Maryland
Added by JCox on May 27, 2015 12:15 PM
Hello I was wondering if you are related to William and Ann (White) Stevens? They are my 3 times Great Grandparents. If you are I would like to maybe speak to you about family history.
|James Lemon||George Wilcox|
WOW, Thank you so much for this information. I have looked off and on for information on him but quite evidently in all the wrong places. May I please add your data to mine? I have written the Gentleman as asked for his transfer to me. I will also request a photo.
|Eric McGuire||Elvira Baldwin #36337557|
Thanks for the info. It has been added to her memorial.
|Andy Gappa||the Polkinghorns|
Thanks for the e-mail regarding the Polkinghorns. I am not related but photographed the tombstone because it was a unique name. I originally used others' trees to come up with Eliza Polkinghorn's maiden name as Bands. I did a little more digging today and found her Illinois death certificate on Ancestry.com and it says her father's name was Bands. I also found her son Edward's death certificate on Ancestry.com and it says his mother's name was Eliza Banks. So, there are now three names in the running--Bands, Banks, and Bond. It's going to take someone from the family with direct knowledge to straighten this one out. Thanks for the interesting input, though.
P.S. My Civil War veteran virtual cemeteries are pretty much set up for my contributions to creating or maintaining GAR or CSA memorials. So, while I'd like to add your guy, I've had nothing to do with him. If I can add something down the road, then I'll add him to my virtual cemeteries. It is a shame, though, that his name is wrong on his marker. I'm going to file his name away until I can meet up with a guy who specializes in ordering new GAR replacement markers and I'll see what he has to say on this issue. Continued success with your tree and keep up the good work on Findagrave.com.
|Barry Hinman||Find A Grave Memorial# 58555583;|
Sarah E. Cate married John Mott in Placer County on 9 Mar 1881. She is the daughter of Reuben Cate Find A Grave Memorial# 114294641 and his wife Elizabeth Find A Grave Memorial# 114294479, buried in Manzanita Cemetery, Lincoln, Placer County. They are found together in the 1870 census and in 1900 widow Elizabeth Cate is living with the Motts.
|Jadean Hopper||RE: Lenora & William Wood in South Dakota Cemetery|
I just read this message from you (Feb.5, 2015) Thank you so much for the interesting information. Really appreciate you sending this to me. Thank You, Jadean
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