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|mrs||Wilhelmine, Old Brookville Cemetery|
Thank you for correcting the marker transcription death age. mrs
Added by mrs on Nov 20, 2014 11:53 AM
|Robert Eldridge||RE: Lula Cornett|
My message concerning Lula Cornett refers to which one of the two is the one who married Monroe Cornett (Find A Grave Memorial# 98275399). Currently he is shown as the husband of Lula who died in 1973 (Find A Grave Memorial# 98275311) whereas she may in fact be the Lula who died in 1995 (Find A Grave Memorial# 82487700). Monroe died in Letcher County. The Lula who died in 1973 died in 1973 had a last residence in Muhlenberg County whereas the Lula who died in 1995 had a last residence in Perry County. As the birth dates for both are close together, Lula 7 Jun 1906 died 1973 and Lula 29 Oct 1905 died 1995, it is not easy to determine which one is the "Lulah Carrett" age 32 in the 1940 census at Letcher Co as wife of Monroe then age 50.
|Virginia Meadowcroft||Minnie Oldham at Acacia Park Cemetery Chicago|
Thank you for alerting me to the errors on Minnie's memorial page. Her name should have read Minnie Emma Ida Schults married name of Oldham. I do not know whether Minnie was a given name or a nickname for Emma.
|Marie Dame||Boswell Memorials|
My name is Marie Dame, maiden name is Boswell. I see your name frequently on some Boswell obits. Do you have a connection with the Boswells? My grandfather's name was Davis Taylor Boswell, born and died in MO. I have record of two spouses with children born to both, both from MO. But there is a 4-5 year period between. I see there is a Alfred Clyde Boswell, born Nov 17 1877, parents DAVIS and Nancy in Indiana. Have heard there were relatives/ancestors of my father in IN. Could it be that my grandfather spent a few years in IN between 1873 and 1878 and I never knew about it? What information do you have or can get on the Davis Boswell in IN? Please respond to me at email@example.com
Thank You for the last names for Jane, Eunice A, Horace M, & Mary E. in the Connersville, Indiana city cemetery.
Located between the stones for Jane & Eunice A is an infant named Frank. Is he a Brown also?
Good eye! How did you catch that error? That Clarabelle was supposed to be Claribel? There was a 1925 Kansas Census that spelled her name Clara Bell. Apparently her step-father purchased her burial and maybe he was the one who spelled her name Claribel.
Anyway, your skills in this matter are outstanding. I'd still like to know how you came across this error.
Keep up the good work! We need your help in matters like this.
Added by NHans on Oct 22, 2014 11:02 PM
|Barb||Edythe Swain memorial|
Thank you very much, Priscilla, for sending the corrections for Mrs. Swain. I incorrectly assumed she would be buried with her husband and accepted an edit for her incorrect parents, without checking a census as you did. Thanks again.
Added by Barb on Oct 21, 2014 4:52 PM
|Robert Bassett||RE: Sally Ann Palmer|
Not only do I take pics, but I also do a video of each stone. not only can I review it later, but I've found that I can somtimes see better detail in a vid than in person. I found the vid of Sally Ann's stone, and it shows 21 years and change for an age, So I dont know where I got the 1 yr xxxx numbers.
Thanks for catching the error and clearification of the mothers name. - Bob
|Robert Bassett||Sally Ann Palmer|
That's very interesting!!! Everything fits except my note of " lY lM 18DAYS". I didn't ref my source... so I dont know where it came from.
I found your ref to the 1850 census and added that info to my Ancestry tree...
I'm from that town so they may be related.. I need to go back and re-watch my video of that stone to see what I missed on the photo. I really need to re-do most of the stones there.. it was the end of the day and I was in a bit of a rush to complete it while I still had some light.
Do you have a connection to the family or town?
|diana greb||RE: Clement Boswell|
Thanks, I removed the DC. Diana
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