|Jeanette Marsh Shannon||Gurden Prior|
Hi Leeann, If I had looked more closely I would have seen that they are both on the stone. I just saw Prior Hannah and quit reading.
Thanks for posting it. It isn't as fancy as the old stone but sure is pretty.
|Jeanette Marsh Shannon||Gurdon Prior|
Hi, did you intend to put Hannah's tombstone on his memorial? It is certainly a nice one. Haven't been there in a long time.
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||RE: Hugh Lynch|
I ended up doing a lot more research on all the Slocum's and Lynch's because of your request. I have a great interest in the Slocum's and have with other family tried to trace the origin for years. My first husband's mother and grandmother who I loved very much were Slocum and I know they lived in Versailles for some time and Funny thing Arthur Charles Slocum was a barber and moved to Sedalia( Pettis County) just a short distance from Versailles where I was born and 5 generations of my family lived. I am considered an expert on Morgan County by many in my DAR and Genealogy groups. So it's funny that I have never been able to connect Arthur to the Slocums in Versailles. Arthur is buried in Crown Hill Cem Sedalia. The stone I posted is right across the way from my grandparent's graves and great Grandparents so of course I took a picture and posted it. I am so glad when I make contact with good researchers like you who realize how important it is to get this posting right. Thank you for doing good work and not taking offence at my demands for info.
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||Hugh Lynch|
Census looks good so looked for Hugh. He is buried in St. Pat's Cem Morgan County Looks like he was born around Dec 25, 1812 maybe year could be other. Died Oct 22, 1882. Is that her father? What do you think? Also show a Daniel, Delia B Jean Marie Wife of William. Are these your Lynchs?
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||Mary Slocum Versailles Cem|
Could you please send me documentation on the Mother that you requested I add in my edit. I see I had already posted the father's name in my research but found no Mother. How did you prove her? Thanks so much for all you work for the memory of those on find a grave.
|James Bianco||Washington Cemetery|
I don't have anyone in Washington in my direct line that I am aware of, most of my early ancestors were from Springfield/Northampton/Deerfield areas. Actually I do a lot of driving around taking pictures of cemeteries in my area, the more remote the more fun I think. As a matter of fact, half way through uploading the images from Washington I started on another Berkshire town. I forgot to finish adding the Washington pictures, I have many more.
|James Bianco||Anthony Eames - Washington MA|
I saw that you created a profile for him. I have been the last few days uploading pictures I took in Washington a couple weeks ago. I live about a half hour away. The stone is hard to read, and the day was not optimal (and so cold I had to warm up in the car every 20 mins or so) but I did get a few of his stone, sorry they aren't the best. I've attached them to his profile so you can see.
I got all the old stones, and actually tried to get every stone. If you have ancestors from Washington have a look maybe you will find another one!
|Mary E. Warner||Warner cousins|
Yes, we are Warner-related cousins. Go ahead and click on my name as a findagrave friend if you want to.
Have you taken Theodore Eames downline to your parents or grandparents?
I do full-family biographies. I'm pleased that you added the Warner lineage because folks get lost when looking for their ancestors and don't realize there is a story about how the Warner family came to the Colonies and where those early ancestors lived. It is a bit more work, but well worth it.
|Bella Rosa||RE: elizabeth walker onstine|
Thanks so much! I appreciate it.
|Bella Rosa||elizabeth walker onstine|
Would you mind posting the pictures you have on her husband's memorial to hers? The cemetery where they are actually buried doesn't have a marker for either of them. Her memorial number is: 82208706. Thanks.
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